Occupying a privileged location in the heart of the city, our hotel is set in a typical, dynamic neighbourhood that is rich in surprises and the kind of places that delight Parisians.
Less than 10 minutes away, you can discover the delightful Rue Crémieux and favourite haunts of the locals such as the Aligre market and its restaurants, the Rue de Lappe and its bars, the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine and its beautiful boutiques, the Port de l'Arsenal and its Marina…
Take a stroll and soak up the lively and charming atmosphere that prevails here!
The Rue Cremieux
Opposite the Hotel, between the Rue de Lyon and Rue de Bercy, you will find that charming atmosphere in abundance. In many ways, this 144-metre-long, cobbled and pedestrianised street feels like it’s separate from the rest of Paris.
Here, there are no Haussmannian buildings, but picturesque houses with facades painted in soft and pastel colours.
And it's not just the colours that catch the eye. Your perceptions will be deceived by the trompes l'oeil that decorate the facades.
La coulée verte
The ideal way to enjoy a long walk amidst the beauty of nature right in the heart of the city.
An elevated linear park laid out along the disused Vincennes railway line, closed in 1969, this verdant strip runs for some 4.5 kilometres. A good half of the Coulée Verte allows you to look out over the city.
The route is full of charm and interest. It was a major inspiration for New York’s High Line.
The place de la Bastille
The Place de la Bastille is a square in Paris built on a site that became a symbol of the French Revolution. This is where the old fortress of the Bastille formerly stood. Before being destroyed between July 14th, 1789, and July 14th, 1790, the fortress was used as a prison and represented the absolute power of the Ancien Régime and its hereditary monarchy.
In the centre stands the July Column, surmounted by the famous Genie de la Liberté commemorating the July Revolution of 1830.
Today, the square serves as a setting for major popular events, including concerts, fairs and markets.
The Viaduc des Arts
A short distance from the Place de la Bastille, you’ll find a prestigious showcase of French savoir-faire, the Viaduc des Arts. This is a unique place where the latest trends mingle, all on a lovely musical note of transverse flutes and cellos, without forgetting the temporary exhibitions on various themes (Métier des Arts, Mozart, Africa, etc.).
You can also enjoy a coffee under these former railway vaults steeped in history or simply have lunch or dinner to the rhythms of salsa.