Paris is a romantic city in the magic of the Christmas period, during the warmth of high summer heat, as well as amidst the swirls of fallen leaves in October. However, spring lends the city a particular enchantment and an unparalleled sense of joyous anticipation. Come for a break at the Paris France Hotel and experience it for yourself!
A Parisian spring in the open air
Stroll along the Canal Saint-Martin, soak up the sun with Paris at your feet on the forecourt of the Sacré-Coeur Basilica in Montmartre or even stop a while to get a feel for Parisian life in the Square du Temple Elie Wiesel, a five-minute walk from your Paris France Hotel. There’s many ways to make the most of the mild weather. Don’t miss the blossoming of tree buds and flowers in the perfectly maintained classic aisles of the Jardin des Tuileries or in the romantic surroundings of the Parc des Buttes Chaumont. Or you might even wish to venture as far as the Bois de Boulogne to the west of the city or the Bois de Vincennes to the east...
Everything has more charm in spring
The mild weather also invites you to explore Paris in a different way. Forget the Metro and rent a self-service bicycle to get around or to explore the lesser-known corners of the capital. More and more cycle paths are being developed, providing convenient routes for pedalling in complete safety. Also take the time to discover the rooftop terraces of the city’s department stores. Famous Parisian locations such as BHV Marais and Printemps Haussmann have their own roof terraces where you can have lunch or sip a coffee while taking a break from shopping. Finally, several Parisian museums have gardens of breath-taking loveliness. Don’t miss the Musée Rodin or the Musée du Quai Branly Jacques Chirac…
Under the spring sun, Paris regains a lightness that is muted during the winter months. During your stay at the Paris France Hotel, our team will be happy to give you some ideas for springtime pleasures!
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Paris France Hotel, a 3-star hotel ideally located in the heart of Paris