BUDDHIST PANTHEON GARDEN
Lovers of Japan, you will find what you are looking for in the gardens of the Hidelbach Hotel. Well hidden and normally closed to the public, it is possible to make an appointment to visit this quiet place and enjoy a good tea from the hotel's tea house.
19 Avenue d'Iéna, Paris 16e
Famous basketball court in Paris for its design, you will be able to immortalize your passage around a very flashy decor thought by the creative studio, III-Studio in collaboration with Nike and the creator of the Pigalle brand, Stephane Ashpool.
22 Rue Duperré, Paris 9e
Also known as "Passage des Antiquaires" or "Passage Drouot", the Passage Verdeau is the small brother of the Passage Jouffroy. Built at the same period as the latter, it remains intact since all this time! Masterpiece of the XIXth century, you can walk for hours in this gallery to contemplate all the small details of the past time.
6 Rue de la Grange Batelière, Paris 9e
HOTEL DE LA PAÏVA
This Parisian mansion was built during the reign of Napoleon III at the request of La Païva, a Russian adventurer turned Portuguese marquise who loved extravagance. Between luxury and opulence, it was a place of parties and reunions for the whole of Paris for almost half a century. In 1903 the place was bought by the Travellers Club (which still owns it today). The hotel can be visited on certain weekends by appointment. What are you waiting for?
25 Avenue des Champs Elysées, Paris 8e
The "Promenade Monceau" was a very popular place for the rich Parisian bourgeoisie of the Second Empire, and was associated with the great works undertaken by the Pereires. At number 7, you will find an old Victorian-style hotel designed by the architect Gustave Rives. While strolling through the neighborhood, you will also be able to note the architectural variety that was made possible by the modification of the city of Paris' urban planning regulations in 1893.
7 Rue Rembrand, Paris 8e
11, Square de Chatillon,
75014 PARIS, FRANCE
+33 (0)1 45 42 31 17
+33 (0)1 45 42 31 17