HOTEL NEAR TO PARC MONCEAU
Ideal for jogging, strolling, dreaming...
Just a 15-minute walk from our hotel, Parc Monceau, straddling the 8th and 17th arrondissements of Paris, is a superb site for walks with some picturesque jewels: original structures, exceptional architecture and abundant vegetation live together in harmony.
Built in the 17th century at the initiative of the Duke of Chartres, Parc Monceau was redesigned under the Second Empire by the engineer Adolphe Alphand and the architect Gabriel Davioud. This public green space still retains some traces of the romantic gardens designed by Carmontelle for the Duke of Chartres before the Revolution. False ruins, headstones, an Egyptian tomb, Greek columns, the Naumachie, evoking the past splendours of the follies in the Monceau district. Surrounded by townhouses, Parc Monceau is a jewel in the heart of Paris and a very popular garden.
Our hotel near Parc Monceau allows you to discover this unusual 8-hectare garden at different times of day - the atmosphere in the morning is not the same as the atmosphere in the evening. The park is open in summer from 7am to 10pm, which gives you plenty of time to enjoy the atmosphere of a typically Parisian garden. The main entrance, near to the Rotunda, is on Boulevard de Courcelles. The Musée Cernuschi can be found at the southern entrance, a Paris city museum specialising in ancient Chinese art and archaeology.