Visit Paris in the summer to discover how wonderful the capital can be under the sun. But it’s not all about watching the sunlight dancing on the ripples of the Seine, gorgeous as that is. There’s also a bounty of bargain hunting to be enjoyed for six weeks from June 22nd, when shoppers take advantage of the summer sales. And what better way is there to unwind after a day in the shops of Paris than by relaxing before a huge cinema screen set up out in the open? This is just part of the summer programme that awaits you when you choose to stay at the Marais Bastille Hotel!
Paris is a city brimming with a historical, cultural and artistic heritage of incomparable richness, but also offers an extensive programme of events designed for the most indulgent relaxation. Fun-filled happenings are scheduled throughout the year and one of the most anticipated is always Paris-Plages.
Why not take advantage of your stay in the capital to attend the French Open tournament at the Stade Roland Garros, a key event for all tennis lovers? In 2016 the action will take place from May 16th to June 5th (including the qualifying matches), enabling you to admire the athletic prowess of the greatest tennis players in the world today.
When you visit the city of Paris you’ll want to ensure that you make the most of your stay, and that means taking all possibilities into consideration. At this time of year the Parisian weather can be a little unpredictable, but if the skies are gloomy, don’t worry, because the capital offers so much to do, whatever the weather.
If you’re busy planning your break in Paris, you’ll know how difficult it is to decide on your itinerary because, let’s face it, the City of Light offers so much to do by way of attractions, restaurants, activities, etc., that the possibilities can be kind of overwhelming. One choice is straightforward, however; selecting the Hotel Marais Bastille as your accommodation. We have so much to offer, including our recommendations for places to visit, and a special package.
This year, as every year, the city of Paris plays host to numerous events, including trade fairs dealing with all manner of diverse and varied subjects. On this theme, your Hotel Marais Bastille, situated on the edge of the Marais, recommends that you check out the Agricultural Fair from February 27th to March 6th and the World Tourism Fair from March 17th to 20th. While you’re enjoying these events you can make the most of the occasion by staying in one of our comfortable rooms and taking advantage of the quality services we offer.
To start 2016 in style, a stay in Paris is a must. Even this early in the year the capital offers numerous activities and entertainment. You can enjoy bargain hunting at the winter sales, and you can also celebrate love in the world’s most romantic city on Valentine’s Day, February 14th. Partake of the myriad pleasures of the City of Lights and create memories to last a lifetime.
To lift the winter chill with the warming touch of genius and beauty, the Pinacothèque à Paris is presenting two new independent exhibitions that should not to be missed under any circumstances. Il Genio is devoted to Leonardo da Vinci, aesthetic genius and visionary, whose drawings and inventions have made a permanent mark on history, and reveals some of the secrets of his Codex Atlanticus. More contemporary, more frivolous, the designer Karl Lagerfeld offers his sharp, personal and revealing photographic perspective on the world in the exhibition, A Visual Journey. To discover more about the creativity of these two fine minds, enjoy a getaway in the French capital under the sign of culture.
Christmas is fast approaching, so why not get ready for it, and please your loved ones, with a shopping trip to Paris? In the heart of the capital of European fashion, a legendary city of art and creativity, you’ll find everything you need for the perfect Christmas. Come with us on our virtual tour of the best places to find the perfect gift in Paris. Let’s go…
Yes, Paris is the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysees and the Folies Bergeres. Mais oui, Paris is Notre Dame, the Louvre and rides on the Seine. But for those visitors who like to step off the beaten track, there are parts of Paris that are seldom frequented by tourists. The one we’d like to tell you about right now is a particular favourite of ours and one of the city’s most unusual locations. It can be found in the 12th arrondissement, on the Avenue Daumesnil, just a stone’s throw from the Place de la Bastille, and is called the Viaduc des Arts. Close to this place of artistic effervescence nestles the Hotel Marais-Bastille, the ideal starting and finishing point for all your unusual visits.