Welcome to Paris! This page was designed especially for you who may visit Paris for the first time. The idea is to give you advices to acquaint you with the City of Light, and help you prepare for this exciting trip.
Le Palais des Sports
Parisians discovered the Palais des Sports (an indoor sports arena) located at Porte de Versailles, in 1960.Since then, this popular venue has presented a wide variety of concerts and shows leaving spectators with everlasting memories.
At the time, with a capacity of up to 4 600 seats, it was the largest venue in the capital.
Since then, this popular venue has presented a wide variety of concerts and shows leaving spectators with everlasting memories.
Paris Expo Porte de Versailles is an exhibition centre that fulfils your heart’s every desire!
Throughout the year, it hosts an extensive programme of events, with plenty of surprises in store. As well as a walk around the stands, this ‘Parisian park’ is an invitation to stroll along the Place des Grands Pots or to take a break in a square surrounded by rosebushes.
To visit the Exhibition Center, click here.
Walking in Paris
Paris offers a number of interesting itineraries for strollers. You can follow the waterways (river Seine, St Martin Canal, river Bièvre) or the 17-km long railway transformed into a most surprising walkway hung some 50 feet above the hustle-bustle of the city.
This is but a glimpse of the many places you will want to visit during your stay in Paris. Guests of the hotel are offered a Complimentary Pass to the Members Only section of the Paris Eiffel Tower News website, which features a lot more information on Paris.
The Complimentary Pass can be retrieved from the Thank You page which displays after your reservation request has been received by the hotel.
Parks and gardens in Paris
You can also enjoy a relaxing moment in one of the Capital’s gardens or parks : the Jardins du Luxembourg (Luxembourg Gardens), the Buttes-Chaumont garden, the Montsouris park or the Georges Brassens park. Not forgetting a trip to explore the gardens in the 14th arrondissement (district). And if you enjoy history and architecture, you can take a stroll around St Germain des Près and St Sulpice church.