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.


Les Vinaigriers - find
Photo by star5112   under license
Resized and filter applied

Les Vinaigriers

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Paris to enjoy a glass of wine and their famed foie gras at this chic bistro.
Les Vinaigriers is a bistro in the 10th Arrondissement. There you can order from a full menu of delicious food, which focuses on fresh and seasonal ingredients. This food can be enjoyed in their warm, wooden interior, with wooden chairs and small tables. 
Address: 42 Rue des Vinaigriers, Paris, 75010, France
Phone: +33 1 46 07 97 12
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 12:30 PM to 02:30 PM,Tuesday to Saturday from 07:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Passage des Princes - find
Photo by maltman23   under license
Resized and filter applied

Passage des Princes

Passage des Princes is Paris's best place for kids. With specific sections for each age, this one-of-a-kind corridor caters to everyone.
Passage des Princes is a covered passageway linking Rue Richelieu to Boulevard des Italiens in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris. It is 80 meters (263 feet) long and was inaugurated in 1860 under the name of Passage Mirès. It was the last covered alley built in Paris; Baron Haussmann made this decision, as he was responsible for the transformations and renovations of Paris during the Second Empire. Following a real estate scheme, the passageway was destroyed in 1985 and rebuilt identically, several original elements of decoration were reused. Since 2002, it has had one main theme: there are mainly toy shops in the Passage des Princes.
Address: 5 Boulevard des Italiens, Paris, 75002, France
Phone: +33 1 4952 4263
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 08:00 AM to 08:00 PM

Les Chouettes

This modern French bistro recently opened in the Marais and offers a seasonal menu in an unique atmosphere.
Designed by Lázaro Rosa Violán, a famous Spanish designer, you will be captivated by this restaurant's unique interior design and soaring glass ceiling. The menu includes a variety of dishes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Les Chouettes also offers an extensive wine menu and a full bar serving creative cocktails.
Address: 32 Rue de Picardie, Paris, , 75003, France
Phone: +01 44 61 73 21
Opening hours: Everyday from 12h00 to14h30 and from 19h00 to 23h00

Centre Pompidou

The museum offers an incomparable collection of modern and contemporary art.
Centre Georges Pompidou is a unique building located in the Marais area. It was designed by Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano and is both high-tech and intricate. The museum houses one of the largest collections for modern art in Europe. The museum also hosts traveling exhibits throughout the year.
Address: Place Georges-Pompidou, Paris, , 75004, France
Opening hours: From Wednesday to Monday 11h-22h

Canal Saint-Martin

Explore this romantic promenade lined with bars and restaurants on foot or by boat.
Constructed by order of Napoleon 1st, the Canal St Martin was constructed to resolve water supply troubles and encourage the merchandise industry in 1825. Today, Parisians and visitors alike can take in the beautiful scenery while walking along the promenade or enjoying a meal at one of the restaurants lining the water.
Address: 1 Quai de Valmy, Paris, 75010