After a few hours in our lush, award-winning private garden, you’ll feel completely at home in the heart of Paris.
Guestroom with an Eiffel Tower View
G’Bar & Lounge
Superior suite with a garden view
If you’re looking for an oasis of calm right in the heart of Paris, the award-winning private garden at our Le Parc Trocadero Hotel is the perfect spot for you. Our hotel offers a blend of luxury, charm, comfort and style that makes it a unique destination, even in this most elegant of cities. Ideally located, you will find stunning views of the Eiffel Tower and romantic Left Bank from the Palais du Trocadero, just yards from our front door. Our resident Navigator Olivier is ready to be your guide to the French capital, whether it’s your first time or you’re a seasoned veteran looking for the hottest new spots in town.
- Boutique Hotel
- 122 rooms and Suites
- Junior Suite with Eiffel Tower view
- Family rooms
- 1200sqm² Terrace
- “Protected inner Park” featuring over 100 plant species
- Gin Bar
- Le Relais du Parc restaurant overlooking the garden
- Evenings at Renaissance
- Clefs d’Or Concierge & Personal Navigator
- Mobile check-in
- Fitness center
- Valet Service
- Bulgari amenities in Junior Suites
- Plush bedding
- Flat-Screen HDTVs
Fondation Le Corbusier
Maison La Roche now houses the largest collection of Corbusier's works.
At the very edge of the 16th District, Foundation Le Corbusier is a veritable palace dedicated to architect and designer Le Corbusier. Initially designed as a combination of house and art gallery, this sprawling modernist maison is the perfect exhibition hall for the designer's work, even the space a testament to his architectural prowess. Over 8000 pieces of design work are inside.
Address:8/10 Square du Docteur Blanche, Paris, 75016
phone:+33 1 4288 7572
The bartending talent here creates creative cocktails and offers whiskeys from around the world at this New York-style watering hole.
Sherry Butt mirrors the laid-back-yet-upscale vibe of the bar culture in Brooklyn. The chalkboard wall features a list of inventive cocktails by Cathleen and Amaury that blend homemade syrups and premium spirits. A list of imported beer and whiskey make an excellent alternative as well, and complement sharing-style European appetizers. The owners' attention to detail is illustrated in the decor of bare stone walls, velvet sofas and dim lighting that create an intimate ambiance. Occasionally this lounge also plays host to live DJs.
Address:20 Rue Beautreillis, Paris, 75004
phone:+33 9 8338 4780
Sip a different champagne with every course of your meal at Le Muselet, where this bubbly drink is a staple of the menu.
Le Muselet is a concept restaurant where each part of a meal, from starter to dessert, is paired with champagne. This intimate bistro is nestled on Rue Saint-Georges in the 9th arrondissment, and can only seat roughly twenty patrons at a time, making it the perfect place for an exceptionally intimate dining experience. The restaurant serves modern, Japanese-inspired, French cuisine, and offers a tasting menu for those who want to have a little bite of everything the restaurant has to offer. Reservations are highly recommended for patrons wishing to dine in. Le Muselet also has a large selection of wine and champagne available to those who just want to stop by the restaurant for a drink.
Address:48 Rue Saint-Georges, Paris, 75009
phone:+33 1 48 78 46 09
Indulge your sweet tooth with classic confections and rich chocolates from the beautiful La Marquisane.
La Marquisane is a name synonymous with beautiful confections and delicious chocolate. Since the 1930s, this shop has remained committed to quality sweets and a high standard of creativity, setting it apart from ordinary competitors. In addition to sweets, La Marquisane also offers a wide array of teas and coffee roasted on site to complement the classic desserts.
Address:168 Avenue Victor Hugo, Paris, 75116
phone:+33 1 45 53 97 66
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Experience an eye-catching wealth of Asiatic artifacts culled on namesake Enrico Cernuschi's 1871 travels to the far east.
Located in Paris's 8th Distrcit, Le Musée Cernuschi allows visitors to see the private collection of Enrico Cernuschi, a banker from Milan who returned from a trip to the far east with a number of priceless regional treasures. Sculpture, ceramic, metal and numerous other materials form the basis for the eye-catching pieces scattered throughout the once private mansion of Cernuschi. Make sure to take note of the large items such as bronze vases and ornate tapestries dating back centuries.
Address:7 Avenue Vélasquez, Paris, 75008
phone:+33 1 5396 2150
This eccentric speakeasy revives recipes of vintage cocktails blending the finest aged cognacs, brandies and other French spirits.
Le Syndicat is a New York-style speakeasy advocating the revival of vintage French spirits in contemporary mixology. Tucked away inconspicuously in the 10th arrondissement, its bare stone walls, gold fleece drapes, and dim lighting exude a non-conformist vibe. The bartender blends aged cognacs, armagnacs, brandies and rums into classic recipes like Le Vieux Hexagone and Le Sudist, served in silver cups or glass tumblers for effect. You can also sample vintage liquor flights at their tastings.
Address:51 rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, Paris, 75010
phone:+33 6 6663 5760
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Chef Paul Minchelli balances minimalism and rustic simplicity on a contemporary French menu featuring fresh local seafood.
21 has made a comeback at rue Mazarine where you will just find the number written on a black awning. Inside there are black leather booths and wooden tables and the menu is written on a blackboard. You can order from the menu, dishes ranging from fresh herring sprinkled with spring onions, sardines fagora, laboutargue to pasta, filet of sea bass, marinated herring, confit of sardines, a stunning tartare, squid risotto and lisettes. This small place has great service and a small wine list to match the food. It is owned by Paul Minchelli who knows his seafood very well.
Address:21 rue Mazarine, Paris, 75006
phone:+33 1 4633 7690
Travel in style with opulent leather trunks, bags and more, designed by the legendary Moynat in Paris.
Moynat specializes in upscale leather goods, geared towards people who prefer to travel in luxury. As part of one of the longest legacies in trunk-making in French history, this boutique boasts a beautiful circular showroom. In addition to trunks, Moynat offers toiletries, leather bags and housewares to satisfy all of your travel needs and extend your trip beyond the boundaries of your vacation.
Address:348 rue Saint Honoré, Paris, 75001
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Smell the grilled meat and fish being cooked over a wood fire and your mouth will water with delicious promise.
Add some fire and spice into your life by visiting Le Flamboire, a restaurant featuring fire grilled meats. Imagine a juicy steak and skewered prawns taken directly from the wood fire oven and placed in front of you while you're sipping on some delicious wine. The impeccable salads and desserts also help make Le Flamboire a perfect dining experience.
Address:54 Rue Blanche, Paris, 75009
phone:+06 95 01 77 38
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La Maison de Balzac
This museum is particularly interesting to lovers of French literature.
The famous writer, Honoré de Balzac (1799-1850), lived in this house from 1840 to 1847. Having suffered a few disagreeable encounters with his creditors, he created a password system to insure that only his friends could enter- friends who come alive through letters and portraits illustrating the author's life.
Address:47 Rue Raynouard, Paris, 75016
phone:+33 1 5574 4180
Invest in timeless elegance with timepieces from Rolex or TAG Heuer at this luxury watch store.
Bucherer have been keepers of time since 1888. The Swiss luxury brand was launched by Carl F. Bucherer and is sold across Europe in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Looking to tap the Parisian market, their flagship store replaces the 144-year-old Old England and occupies three levels of this iconic building. Its proximity to the opera makes it well-known among tourists and shopping enthusiasts.
Address:12 Boulevard des Capucines, Paris, 75009
phone:+33 1 5504 8490
Le Mary Céleste
Enjoy the original cocktails and fresh oysters at the hip and sophisticated Le Mary Céleste.
Le Mary Céleste is a sophisticated destination for patrons to enjoy cocktails, wine and oysters in a classy atmosphere. The cafe offers a weekend brunch and daily happy hour while oysters are in season. snacks are available to compliment your wine and cocktails. This place is often packed with hip crowds, but reservations can help to secure your spot in this favorite cafe.
Address:1 rue Commines, Paris, 75003
phone:+33 1 23 45 67 89
La Petite Marquise
Dine as the French do and pick up a baguette that's so fresh you have to juggle it between your hands as it cools. Truly a Paris delight.
La Petite Marquise offers your favorite traditional French pastries plus some creative new ones in a modern atmosphere. They boast some of the best croissants in the neighborhood, best accompanied by a glass of orange juice when you stop in for breakfast. For lunch, enjoy a delicious quiche and try one of their famous macarons for dessert. You can even take a box of mini croissants with you to go - perfect for sharing with friends. A Parisian classic, this charming corner bakery has been around since 1935.
Address:3 Place Victor Hugo, Paris, 75116
phone:+33 1 45 00 77 36
The bartenders at L'Ambre are experts at making cocktails tailored to specific tastes, so they can create your perfect custom drink.
L'Ambre is a chic bar specializing in creative cocktails. Using some unusual ingredients, like floral extracts, they create colorful, beautifully presented drinks. The atmosphere is charming, with the decor aiming to take you back in time to a Manhattan bar in the 1930s. Sit on a plush leather chair and enjoy a game of chess in the quiet, cozy atmosphere of this sophisticated bar.
Address:29 rue Brunel, Paris, 75017
phone:+33 1 45 74 11 04
3 Pièces Cuisine
Visit for their Sunday brunch, the strong coffee and pastries are the perfect way to start your morning in Paris.
If you're looking for somewhere to have a good meal and some drinks on a budget in Paris, head to 3 Pièces Cuisine. The cheerful ambiance inside makes it easy to unwind and enjoy their delicious offerings, including a burger topped with a fried egg and a delicious salmon pasta. If you're in the mood for something more healthy, opt for one of their flavorful house-made salads. Their brunch offerings are simple, yet delicious with freshly squeezed orange juice!
Address:25 Rue de Cheroy, Paris, 75017
phone:+33 1 44 90 85 10
Le Roi du Pot au Feu
Let the home-cooked beef stew at this friendly restaurant warm you up on a cold day.
This charming Parisian restaurant is known far and wide for its excellent home-style French cooking. Simple, friendly and inviting, Le Roi du Pot au Feu is famous for it's namesake dish, pot au feu, a beef stew. Cooked for hours with fresh veggies, and fork-tender beef, this stew is a beloved French classic. Pair with a red wine and finish off with an apple tart for the perfect French meal.
Address:34 rue Vignon, Paris, 75009
phone:+33 1 47 42 37 10
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With decor straight out of the 1950s, this bistro creates a cozy atmosphere where you can enjoy classics like duck confit.
Located just a few steps from the Maison de la Radio, Bistro Blériot is a charming, eye catching Parisian bistro with a restrained brasserie menu. Everything from the typography to the cozy color scheme and simple, home made food creates a timeless feel as you dine on a regularly updated menu of classic French fare. An outdoor seating area is a lovely escape on sunny days.
Address:9 quai Louis-Blériot, Paris, 75016
phone:+33 1 7320 2639
This restaurant gives the American burger a decidedly French twist with gourmet cheese.
L'Atelier Saint-Georges offers classic American burgers packed with French cheese and meat, and complemented by fine wine and home-made pastry. It offers a contemporary ambience with sparkling, ornamental chandeliers, glossy lime green and aqua walls adorned with mirrors, French windows and wooden chairs. The names of their burgers begin with the French word for mister.
Address:16 rue Henry Monnier, Paris, 75009
phone:+01 7716 1896
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Offering a comprehensive look at Chinese and Japanese culture from the 12th to 19th Centuries.
Located along the wonderfully verdant and upscale Avenue Foch, Musée d'Ennery contains almost 7000 pieces of art ranging from everyday objects to unique heirlooms. The collection was first started by Clémence d'Ennery in the mid-19th Century, but was transitioned into a public museum by 1908.
Address:59 Avenue Foch, Paris, 75016
phone:+33 1 5652 5345