Explore Top Finds near Your Renaissance Hotel

Top Finds

Hand-picked recommendations from around the world.

Looking for Chinese street food in London? How about boutiques in Long Beach? Or a pop-up speakeasy in Chicago?

Throw away the guidebook and get connected to what the locals know. Whatever you want to experience on your trip, we’re plugged in and on hand to help you explore the neighborhood.

Our Navigators have curated a list of some of the most fascinating ‘must do’ experiences from each of our Hotels’ neighborhoods.

We’ve collected memorable must-sees for every one of our destinations around the globe, giving you the inside scoop on the best each Renaissance Hotel location has to offer.


October War Panorama - find
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October War Panorama

This memorial, of Islamic architecture, commemorates Egypt's triumph over Israel in the historic war of 1973 with an interactive exhibition.
Located in Heliopolis, the October War Panorama is a testament of Egypt's victory over Israel in the war of 1973. This fort-like museum features three areas providing insights into the history of the war. One hall showcases a 15-minute multilingual documentary on the events, while nextdoor, a 360 degree film of the crossing of the Suez Canal is displayed in murals and 3D figures. Outdoors, visitors can view statues, original weaponry, military tanks and aircraft wreckage, as well as pick up souvenirs.
Address: Sharia al-Uruba, Corner of Ismail el-Fangari Street, Cairo, Egypt
Phone: +20 2 391 3454
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Art of Old India

For beautiful antiques from Asia and the Middle East, look no further. Gilded mirrors, elaborate mosaics and more abound.
Bringing to the US market rare Asian imports since 1974, Art of Old India is a renowned decorative showroom. This award-winning establishment presents valuable pieces which are highly sought after by designers, architects and builders. Find intricately carved ceiling panels, columns, arches, antique furniture, trunks, armories, rugs, velvet carpets, fine textiles, decorative doors, lightings, mirrors, and other fancy furnishings here.
Address: 1030 Dragon Street, Dallas, 75207, United States
Phone: +1 214 760 9216
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Clyfford Still Museum

Browse the collection of one of America's eminent abstract expressionist painters, Clyfford Still at his comprehensive Denver museum.
Explore the work of one of America's first abstract expressionist painters, Clyfford Still, at the Clyfford Still Museum in the Golden Triangle are of Denver. With almost all of Still's artwork displayed, this museum is a comprehensive stop for any fans of the artist or the mid-Century expressionist movement he had a hand in developing. Unique architectural accents incorporating explorations in texture only enhance the experience for visitors to this eclectic gallery.
Address: 1250 Bannock Street, Denver, 80204, United States
Phone: +1 720 354 4880
Opening hours: Tuesday to Thursday from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM,Friday from 10:00 AM to 08:00 PM,Saturday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
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Confluence Park

The site of a gold discovery that lead to the formation of Denver, Confluence Park is now a favorite among local recreation spaces.
Located right in downtown, Confluence Park marks the site where the Platte River and Cherry Creek meet. It was in this small delta that gold was discovered, leading to a large influx of people that eventually formed the city of Denver. While kayaking is the most visible sport in this small river, a small beach with a swimming area also courts a large number of visitors. Large green areas and long walking trails allow for either relaxation or a brisk walk around the park. 
Address: 2200 15th Street, Denver, 80202, United States
Phone: +1 720 913 0696
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George's Street Arcade

This 19th-century Victorian shopping arcade is one of Europe's oldest. Explore its charming alleys for art, antiques and souvenirs.
George's Street Arcade is a jewel in the heart of Dublin. Established in 1881, it is one of the oldest shopping arcades in Ireland. The old-world charm of its Victorian architecture blends with the modernity of its city center location. Explore over 50 independent boutiques and cafes that are teeming with clothing, fashion accessories, jewelry, art, antiques and collectibles. Visit the food stands for local specialties and produce.
Address: South Great George's Street, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Phone: +353 1 283 6077
Opening hours: Monday to Wednesday from 09:00 AM to 06:30 PM,Thursday from 09:00 AM to 08:00 PM,Friday from 09:00 AM to 07:00 PM,Saturday from 09:00 AM to 06:30 PM,Sunday from 11:00 AM to 06:00 PM