Located in the very center of Paris, in the heart of historic Paris, the location of the Hotel Madame Rêve allows you to reach the main points of interest and monuments in just a few minutes, on foot, by bike, by transport or by car. of Paris such as the Louvre Museum, the Bourse de Commerce, the gardens of the Palais Royal or the Samaritaine.
Hôtel Madame Rêve
Located in the heart of Paris, a stone’s throw from the Louvre Museum, the Bourse de Commerce and the Samaritaine, the Hotel Madame Rêve is part of the renewal of the luxury hotel industry. A unique 5-star hotel nestled in the iconic building of the Louvre Post Office which offers 82 rooms and suites revealing panoramic views of all of Paris, the Eiffel Tower and Montmartre. Its vegetal rooftop offers a real bubble of nature in the heart of the frenzy of the city of light.
This superb Saint-Eustache church, dominated by the Madame Rêve hotel, is by its plan and structure, the “daughter” of Notre-Dame de Paris. It is distinguished in particular by its dimensions, the wealth of its works of art and its great organ.
Bourse de Commerce
A must for all lovers of contemporary art, the Pinault collection is only a few meters from the hotel. As in Venice, François Pinault has chosen to safeguard, transform and open to the public an emblematic monument of Parisian heritage.
Only a few minutes on foot separate you from the famous Louvre Museum. The former palace of the kings of France, which has become the largest museum in the world, covers several millennia and a territory that extends from America to the borders of Asia. Not to mention the Mona Lisa, the coronation of Napoleon by David, the victory of Samothrace, the Venus de Milo…
First collection of modern and contemporary art in Europe, the Georges Pompidou Center is a hybrid place bringing together a permanent collection, temporary exhibitions and a bookshop.
Garden of the Palais-Royal
A pleasant and short walk leads to this emblematic place in the center of Paris. This vast landscaped garden, hidden in the heart of several cultural and government buildings, is a haven of peace. Lined with arcades and shops, the main courtyard hosts the columns of the contemporary artist Daniel Buren and the fountains of Pol Bury.
The Opéra Garnier, or Palais Garnier, is a national theater which aims to be an academy of music, choreography and lyric poetry. Excluding representation, it is open to visitors.
La Samaritaine is much more than a department store.
Mythical place, unique in Paris, which since its creation has embodied an extraordinary state of mind.
More than 150 years have passed since its birth, 16 years since its closure. The famous buildings linking the rue de Rivoli to the Pont-Neuf are once again home to this enduring French way of life.
Let yourself be tempted by a treatment in the beauty area, fall in love with the creativity of a young designer, succumb to a pastry you won’t find anywhere else.
Coming to Paris without going to the Eiffel Tower? Unthinkable… Symbol of Paris and more broadly of France, the Eiffel Tower was built by Gustave Eiffel for the Universal Exhibition of 1889. It is one of the most visited monuments in the world.
The left bank, its intellectuals, its beautiful boutiques, its historical monuments… For centuries, the inimitable Saint-Germain-des-Prés district has attracted lovers of the real Paris. A small village in the heart of Paris, where culture and heritage, tourists and locals mix.
Place Vendôme is one of the most chic stops on a visit to the French capital. We admire its elegant architecture, its famous column and … its prestigious jewellers.
High place of fashion and elegance, the very chic avenue Montaigne, brings together all the major haute couture brands such as Chanel, Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Chloé, Céline, Thierry Mugler, Saint Laurent Paris, Prada, Gucci… The view of the Eiffel Tower from the Place de l’Alma on which it opens is spectacular.
The Jardin des Tuileries takes its name from the tile factories that stood on the spot where Queen Catherine de Medici had the Tuileries Palace built in 1564, which no longer exists today. The famous king’s gardener, André Le Nôtre, gave it its current appearance as a French garden from 1664. The garden, which separates the Louvre museum from the Place de la Concorde, is a place for walks and culture for Parisians and tourists where statues of Maillol rub shoulders with those of Rodin or Giacometti.