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The elegant 16th arrondissement has a reputation as one of the three wealthiest districts in Paris. Of course, that means it has many stylish shops.
If you are a fan of James Bond’s films, you may recognize local scenes from Thunderball!
It also is filled with museums. Especially popular for works of Claude Monet is the Musee Marmottan. For modern architecture there is the Musee Le Corbusier.
The region has a number of parks. That includes the second largest park in Paris, the Bois de Boulogne, it has a large lake, a landscaped formal garden and a waterfall. Last but not least, there are sports center including the venue for the French Open and horse racing!
There are lots of bistros and sidewalk cafes. The Eiffel Tower and Trocadero are not are away. I found the Metro and RR worked really well from the airport and within the city center. A special treat I found? One early evening strolling along the banks of the Seine, there was a classical quartet performing an informal concert.
Three recommendations by locals include:
My personal recommendation is to try out some restaurants in Le Marais. This historic and stylish area includes the 3rd and 4th arrondissement. I joined clients for a late night dinner in a wonderful restaurant there that looked like an old mill.
I also am keen on seeing the sun rise over Notre Dame. The only challenge? The last time I sat patiently waiting on a park bench for the sunrise. I suddenly noticed umbrellas going up all around me! Unfortunately, there was no sun that day over Notre Dame or elsewhere!
The Villa du Square was built in 1924 but renovated in 2015. This B&B is a great price for the chicest part of Paris even at the height of the tourist season!
The Jasmin area bears the name of a well-known Renaissance painter and is close by to other sites of interest including the Trocadero, multiple museums and provides easy access to the Arc de Triomphe. If you take the nearby Jasmin Metro, you can quickly get right to the Eiffel Tower and beyond. After sightseeing, there are many options for shopping, enjoying local restaurants, strolling along the banks of the close-by Seine River or just relaxing in the B&B garden. Take a French lesson or enroll in a cordon bleu class!
The hotel has access to bikes for rent.
You can walk to tennis courts and the sports stadium or relax with a massage.
Rooms include free WiFi access, coffee/tea pot, flat-screen TV, hairdryer and a private bathroom. Select rooms also have a balcony so do ask whether they are available.
There is both a local shuttle and an airport shuttle. (Check for the surcharge as to each.)
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