Art and Culture

La Bourse de commerce – opening date, hours, admission prices… All the info
8th May 2021

Finally - the Bourse de commerce has unveiled its new website with all the information we were waiting for about...

The Napoleon exhibition at the Grande Halle de La Villette opens 28th May 2021
6th May 2021

After being ready for six weeks but unable to open because of lockdown, one of the biggest exhibitions of the...

An exhibition from the Cernuschi Museum in the Montparnasse train station!
4th May 2021

The splendid Cernuschi Museum is closed for the moment, but you can still get a taste of their exhibition Voyage...

The Bourse de Commerce – the Pinault collection – opens 22nd May 2021
1st May 2021

Pushed back for more than a year for obvious reasons, there's finally a fixed date for the grand opening of...

Parisiennes photo exhibition by Nikos Aliagas at Hotel de Ville until 10th May 2021
27th April 2021

The presenter of the French version of The Voice Nikos Aliagas is also an accomplished photographer, and his new exhibition...

The Musée d’Orsay will keep you busy during lockdown
22nd April 2021

We're all spending more time at home that we would like to at the moment, but the museums of Paris...

Fragile Colossi and The Art of Science, two outdoor exhibitions at the Jardin des Plantes
20th April 2021

Outdoor exhibitions are decidedly very popular at the moment. Very close to our hotels, the Jardin des Plantes has two...

Facets of the Rhône exhibition at the Jardin du Luxembourg until 14th July 2021
13th April 2021

For the past few years, the Senate (which is situated in the Jardin du Luxembourg super close to our hotels)...

Le Cat Walks exhibition on the Champs-Élysées until 9th June 2021
10th April 2021

Outdoors and free, this exhibition of giant cartoon cats (!) by Belgian cartoonist Philippe Geluck is perfect for the whole...

We The Commune exhibition at Hôtel de Ville, 2nd-18th April 2021
3rd April 2021

When you hear the word 'Communards' you might first think of 80s pop, but the actual Communards were the people...