A relaxing stay is guaranteed when you choose our La Defense Hotel for your Parisian getaway. A vast array of luxury amenities are available from the minute you walk through our doors. From the fantastic French cuisine at either one of our two in-house restaurants to the lavishly yet tastefully decorated guest rooms, your comfort and pleasure is our top priority. If you’re in the city on business, our 7,000 square feet of deluxe meeting space will satisfy any requirement. Situated just a single metro stop from the Champs-Èlysées, we’re perfectly placed for sightseeing. And resident Navigator Marie-Paule is always available if you want any local knowledge before you hit the streets.
This shop specializes in gold and silver jewelry. The bracelets are particularly beautiful and the staff is also very helpful.
Casaor is a beautiful jewelry store located in the upscale Les Quatre Temps shopping center in the more suburban area of Paris. Casaor carries beautiful vintage-style pieces as well as more modern and custom pieces. The store specializes in gold (the name means “house of gold”) and silver plated jewelry.
Address: 15 Parvis de la Défense, Les Quatre Temps, Paris, 92092, France
Phone: +33 1 47 73 05 09
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 08:00 PMHotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 0.2 mi
shop / 0.2 mi
Using a rainbow of precious and semi-precious stones, the playful designs found at this stylish boutique make a special gift.
Vintage jewelry or fine diamonds perfectly go with gowns and classy outfits, but the same stuff does not match with your casual outfits. Designer Marie Hélèn Taillac came up with a revolutionary idea of dabbling with precious and semi-precious stones and designing jewelry that can be paired with jeans and a casual t-shirt. The result was astounding and now the pieces are loved by one and all. This Parisian store showcases this colorful artwork that can be worn for even a simple party.
Address: 8 rue de Tournon, Paris, 75006, France
Phone: +33 1 4427 0707
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 11:00 AM to 07:00 PM
Website: http://www.mariehelenedetaillac.com/Hotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 6.1 mi
shop / 6.1 mi
Take home some darkly delicious truffles from this creative chocolate atelier known for exotic fruits and unexpected textures.
At Patrick Roger you don't simply eat sweets but experience and relish chocolates. The owner, a chocolate artist himself, loves to experiment and present chocolates in their most unbelievable and creative forms. He travels everywhere and sources the ingredients from all over the world. Whether it's the fruit jellies infused with peach, or the mouthwatering truffles, you can't help but finish the entire box. As you enter the store, be prepared for the culinary assault of aromatic chocolates; warding off the temptation is like fighting a losing battle.
Address: 45 avenue Victor Hugo, Paris, 75016, France
Phone: +33 1 45 01 66 71
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 10:30 AM to 07:30 PM
Website: http://www.patrickroger.com/Hotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 3.2 mi
shop / 3.2 mi
Located on what is often dubbed “rue de la Soif,” this fun Irish pub is a particularly good value for glitzy Saint Germain.
This Irish bar serves excellent Irish beers and other drinks like whiskey, champagne and cocktails. The decor is inspired from Irish pubs and the long wooden tables completely befit the theme. You can even play darts and different board games, like they do in a traditional pub; there are also televisions screening the latest sporting action. So get going and order your favorite libation. Cheers!
Address: 12 rue Princesse, Paris, 75006, France
Phone: +33 1 43 26 79 95
Website: http://www.littletemplebar.frHotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 5.9 mi
drink / 5.9 mi
Traditional bistro fare gets a modern update at this no-frills restaurant most visited by locals for a satisfying weekday lunch.
Seated in the heart of the 15th arrondissement, Jadis, headed by an extraordinary chef, dishes out elaborate bistro fare, paired with unexpected ingredients for astonishingly reasonable prices. In a muted but pleasing decor of vintage posters and gray walls, guests can enjoy dishes like the filet mignon of smoked pork or the more surprising shrimp with saté sauce. For dessert, try the rice with coconut milk and black currant mousse or the chocolate cake with guanaja sauce. The restaurant offers two additional prix fixe menus-amazing deals!
Address: 208 rue de la Croix Nivert, Paris, 75015, France
Phone: +33 1 45 57 73 20
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 12:15 PM to 02:00 PM,Monday to Friday from 07:15 PM to 11:00 PM
Website: http://www.bistrot-jadis.comHotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 5.5 mi
food / 5.5 mi
The menu here is small, but it's always evolving due to the chef's drive and desire for unique, responsible seafood dishes.
Restaurant Auguste serves elegant and carefully-prepared delicacies under the direction of a world-class chef. In a tranquil, modern and intimate setting marked by Ladislas Kijno paintings, grey floors and mirrored walls, diners are encouraged to savor the intricate melanges prepared by Orieux. Though the restaurant has a capacity of only 30 guests, its quiet ambiance gives ample room to pause over stunning and sincere dishes. Don't miss the coley with onions and ginger or sweetbreads with caramelized peanuts, mushrooms, dried apricots and white wine. The restaurant offers a midday, prix fixe menu as well as a minutely chosen wine list that will compliment every order.
Address: 54 rue de Bourgogne, Paris, 75007, FranceHotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 5.2 mi
food / 5.2 mi
Housed in an old railway station, this restaurant is a great place to stop by for brunch. They even have a menu for the kiddies!
One of the largest restaurants in Paris, La Gare, was originally a railway station. Now it is a gigantic restaurant with a high ceiling, walls adorned with red bricks and swinging mammoth gates at the entrance. La Gare's cuisine is both traditional and inventive. The extensive menu features starters, pasta, salads, meats, fishes, cheese and desserts. They have a tiny kids menu too. With oudoor seating available, and a juke-box, this place is ideal for lunch.
Address: 19 Chaussee de la Muette, Paris, 75016, France
Phone: +33 1 42 15 15 31
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 PM to 03:00 PM,Monday to Sunday from 07:00 PM to 11:30 PM
Website: http://restaurantlagare.com/Hotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 3.6 mi
food / 3.6 mi
Open to the public at midnight, this dark and seductive club is exactly what you would imagine from the mind of David Lynch.
Club Silencio was the most talked about nightclub opening in Paris in 2011. Located in the 2nd arrondissement, the club is the brainchild of bizarre Hollywood director David Lynch. The club was based on the club by the same name that was featured in Lynch's film Mulholland Drive. Club Silencio is very exclusive and popular, with admission being restricted to members before midnight. Once you get in though, the interiors are decidedly chic and modern, and just a little bit surreal. Silencio has a good selection of specialty cocktails and some finger foods and small bites.
Address: 142 rue Montmartre, Paris, 75002, France
Phone: +33 1 4013 1233
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 06:00 PM to 06:00 AM
Website: http://silencio-club.comHotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 5.7 mi
drink / 5.7 mi
Choose a taste, a flute or a bottle of champagne. Be sure to try the Rossini-tini: a mix of fruit, vodka and champagne.
Located near the world-famous landmark L'Arc de Triomphe, Flûte l'Étoile is a perfect place to relax. The ultra-modern decor adds a special touch. This bar has a wide range of drinks to choose from; you can stick to the traditional champagne or the adventurous types can try out the various cocktails. At Flûte l'Étoile, you will surely have a memorable evening.
Address: 19 rue de l'Étoile, Paris, 75017, France
Phone: +33 1 45 72 10 14
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 05:00 PM to 02:00 AMHotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 3.2 mi
drink / 3.2 mi
Charles Garnier designed this beautiful gilded opera house. The sparkly decor matches the spectacular shows on offer here.
The Palais Garnier, named after the architect who designed it in 1862, was immortalized by writer Gaston Leroux in his book Phantom of the Opera. The architecture is a mixture of baroque, classical, Greek and Napoléonic styles. Adorned with mosaics, the foyer has a cupola decorated by painter Marc Chagall and an impressive Rococo staircase, which leads to the theater's magnificent reception rooms. Outside, four stone statues represent allegories of Music, Lyric Poetry, Lyric Theater and Dance. Since the opening of the Opéra Bastille, the Palais Garnier has concentrated on dance.
Address: 8 Rue Scribe, Paris, 75009, France
Phone: +33 1 7125 2423
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM,Saturday from 09:00 AM to 01:00 PMHotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 5.1 mi
see / 5.1 mi
Straddling arrondissements 3 and 4, this beautiful square has cafes, Victor Hugo's home, and many places to sit and rest your feet.
Surrounded by shady arcades that shelter beautiful boutiques, this square, situated in the heart of the Marais, is one of Paris' unmissable sights. Place des Vosges is perfectly symmetrical, measuring 140 meters (459 feet) by 127 meters (416 feet). Stone and brick houses, whose almost identical facades are all crowned by steep slate rooves, border its quasi-rectangular shape. Designed by Henri IV, it used to be the favored sight for duels. Famous people also lived in the area, including the Cardinal de Richelieu and the writer Victor Hugo.
Address: Place des Vosges, Marais, Paris, 75004, France
Phone: +33 1 4952 4263Hotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 6.9 mi
see / 6.9 mi
Behind the water lilies, Monet was a pioneer in art movements. The gallery also houses exhibits on other contemporary artists.
Musée Marmottan Monet stocks some of the world's most famous artists from various periods. Visitors can find art from the Early Renaissance period, the First French Empire, the world's largest Monet collection as well as over 300 paintings from the Impressionist and post-Impressionist periods. The museum was converted from a hunting lodge to a museum when it was bought by the Marmottan family who put their own personal collection on display. Don't forget about the gift shop for some great souvenirs!
Address: 2 rue Louis-Boilly, Paris, 75016, France
Phone: +33 1 4496 5033
Opening hours: Tuesday to Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM,,,Thursday from 10:00 AM to 09:00 PM,Friday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Website: http://www.marmottan.com/Hotel: Renaissance Paris La Defense
Distance: 3.5 mi
see / 3.5 mi