Characterized by its glass pyramid from its entrance hall, the Louvre is today the largest museum of art and antiquity in the world. Inaugurated in 1793, it was previously a royal palace of Paris. Visitors can enjoy its many collections covering an extensive geographical area and several periods since Antiquity, as well as famous pieces such as the Mona Lisa, the Venus of Milo.
Belonging to the former Tuileries Palace, from which it get its name, the Tuileries Garden perfectly reflects the French garden. Ideal for walking and relaxing, it also exhibits the statues of Maillol and Rodin. From June to August, the fairground of Tuileries is organized there, must-see event for family and children.
Considered as a 19th-century masterpiece representing the electrical architecture and the historicist style, the Palais Garnier Opera House is classified today as a historical monument. Built by the architect Charles Garnier at the request of Napoleon III as part of the renovations of Paris, it was inaugurated in 1875. Visitors can enjoy lyrical, choreographic performances, ballet of high artistic quality and admire the ceiling painted by Chagall.
Former residence of royal families, the Palais Royal was built by Richelieu in 1633. Its courtyard houses the 260 columns of Buren, black and white striped octagonal columns which became one of the symbols of the City of Light. Visitors can walk around through its prestigious and peaceful gardens in the center of the Palace and admire sculptures by Burren and Bury.
Hot spot of Parisian theaters, the Edward VII Theater is characterized by an exceptional architecture and its English Bar is today classified as a historical monument. Located between the Madeleine and the Opera Garnier and founded in 1911, it takes its name from the Prince of Wales, a great lover of Paris and whom it had a sponsorship. It was a former cinema before implementing theatrical performances. Visitors will enjoy various performances ranging from classics to contemporary wor. Subtitles performances are offered for non-French speakers.
Part of the 9th arrondissement of Paris, the Place de l'Edouard VII takes its name from the sovereign of the United Kingdom. Visitors can admire the equestrian statue of Edward VII that adorns the square.
As the capital of fashion, today Parisian department stores are a stopping point for all visitors. 2 our 4 most iconic department stores in the city are within walking distance of the hotel: The Galeries Lafayette & Printemps Haussmann. Discover the latest trends, including the biggest name in fashion, while admiring their interior design making them work of art in their own right.