Centre Pompidou Paris is a daring and spectacular building; one of the most well attended visitor attractions in France. The inspiration for this marvellously egalitarian concept came to President Georges Pompidou in 1969. He wanted to create a place which would serve as a central hub for all contemporary French art and culture. Designed as an example of expressionist high tech architecture by Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano, the Centre Pompidou opened in 1977. Among other attractions it houses the National Museum of Modern Art and several temporary exhibitions each year. From the Hotel Marais Bastille you can cross the historical Marais district and reach the Beaubourg area and the Centre Pompidou in less than half an hour.
Operas in Paris enjoy a phenomenal worldwide reputation set to be enhanced even further as the Paris National Opera continues its 2013-2014 season at the Opera Bastille. At the heart of this ambitious programme of presentations will be Italian Opera, with works by Donizetti, Verdi and Bellini. The 2,700 seat Opera Bastille house was created as part of President Francois Mitterrand’s ambitious project to create new monuments for Paris. The building was designed by Carlos Ott and saw its first performance in 1990. The Hotel Marais Bastille is less than ten minutes’ walk from this stunning example of modern architecture.
The next fashion trade fairs Paris provide anyone who has a love for great fashion, the opportunity to get amongst the action. The Hotel Marais Bastille would be the ideal place to reside in Paris during your visit, providing easy access to the fashion trade fairs. They run over the last two weeks of September, right in the best part of summer.
Hotel Quinze Vingts district ? The Hotel Marais Bastilleis your answer. If you happen to be accompanying a patient attending the National Ophthalmology Hospital situated in this area of Paris, or indeed if you are working or have other business there yourself, it would be very handy to have your hotel nearby. The Hotel Marais Bastille is only a ten minute walk from this world famous institution, and offers a tranquil and convenient setting for your stay.
Paris Botanical Gardens are one of the city’s best loved and most frequently visited locations, and understandably so. This 69 acre swathe of greenery on the left bank of the Seine delights and overwhelms the senses. Add to its loveliness the attraction of the zoo and the Natural History Museum and you have a place which appeals to the whole family. The Hotel Marais Bastille is just a few Metro stops away from all this tranquil, verdant beauty.
Erik Samakh exhibition Paris this summer gives you the chance to see the work of a leading contemporary artist contrasted with the masterpieces of Auguste Rodin, all from a perfect base at the Hotel Marais Bastille.
Paris summer events and festivities appeal to all ages and are a wonderful way to enjoy the city. Try Paris Plages for a resort experience, visit a fun fair with the family or take in an exciting exhibition. The delightful Hotel Marais Bastille is uniquely placed to ensure easy access to all of the main events and is an inspired choice for your stay.
Canal Saint Martin Paris is hidden away in the heart of Paris, and this summer you’ll find real beauty and quiet there, all an easy walk from the perfect hotel for this trip, Hotel Marais Bastille.
Quai Branly Museum is running an exhibition in July which is promoted by the Hotel Marais Bastille as being a great experience for visitors to Paris.
This exhibition “The Philippines, Archipelago of exchange” which will include more than three hundred works is the biggest event held within the last twenty years that will focus solely on the archipelago of the Philippine.
Paris Bastille Day 2013 sees the city of the French revolution celebrate in great style, with fireworks, street parties and celebrations, all yours from the perfect base, Hotel Marais Bastille.