Treat yourself to a pleasant stay at the Hotel Britannique and enjoy the Paris summer sales 2015, where there will be plenty of great deals to discover. Also, don’t miss the fashion world’s hottest summer event, Fashion Week , which will take place from July 5th to 10th, 2015.
Anyone for tennis? If you are a fan of one of the world’s most dynamic and involving games, then the Roland Garros tournament surely needs no introduction. Otherwise known as the French Open Tennis Championships, this is one of the majors on the tennis circuit. This year it takes place from Sunday, May 24th to Sunday, June 7th and the friendly team at the Hotel Britannique is ready and waiting to offer you an exemplary welcome and help to make your stay truly unforgettable.
When it comes to unusual outings in Paris, this one takes the croissant! This is an outing filled with charm, fun, comfort, information, friendliness and a panoramic 360 degree view of the city’s landmarks and monuments. How would you like to cruise through Paris in a lovingly restored, classic 1958 Renault bus? Taking either a one hour or two hour ride, you will tour the beautiful and fascinating Parisian streets chauffeured by an expert driver while listening to the informative commentary of a knowledgeable guide. It’s Le Bus Bleu, and we at the Hotel Britannique think you will love every minute of this unique look at the City of Light.
Many guests of the Hotel Britannique enjoy exploring the Marais, the historic Paris district located on the Right Bank of the Seine. Bursting with buildings of architectural and historical importance, it is also an extremely fashionable district, boasting a wealth of art galleries, chic restaurants and ultra-cool fashion houses. Superb museums such as the Cognacq-Jay, the Carnavelet and the Picasso flourish amidst these ancient streets, as does another significant and much-loved location. This is the Victor Hugo House in Paris; a place dear to the hearts of romantics everywhere.
Paris has always been a place where art and artists are encouraged to thrive. This continues today, and a pair of shining examples of this tradition are coming up in March in the form of the Art Paris Art Fair and Le Pavillon des Arts et du Design (PAD), and both events are highly recommended by the Hotel Britannique. Art Paris takes place from March 26th to 29th within the exquisite surroundings of the Grand Palais and is the leading springtime event of its kind in the city. PAD can be found in the Jardin des Tuileries – Esplanade des Feuillants on the same dates and is a pioneering event aimed at Art and Design enthusiasts and collectors.
The Hotel Britannique is delighted to welcome all lovers at any time, but especially on Valentine’s Day. To help ensure you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day break in Paris, we suggest you try our special romantic package. This has been especially conceived and designed to enhance the mood by appealing to all the senses and we think you will be delighted. Please keep reading to find out more, but first we would like to talk a little about Valentine’s Day and its connections with France.
We offer our best wishes and hope that this New Year will be your most romantic and sweetest ever. One excellent way of ensuring that it will be is to bring your partner on a quiet and intimate break in Paris. The Hotel Britannique is ideally located in the heart of this City of Lovers and offers a charming setting, quality services and various kinds of rooms to meet the expectations of everyone. And now, we have some suggestions of what to do when you are here in the capital.
Generations of lovers have kissed in every corner of romantic Paris. With this in mind, the Hotel Britannique invites you and the special person in your life to enjoy a romantic break in the City of Light. It’s a wonderful way to step into the New Year together. Here are our suggestions for making the most of the Parisian atmosphere of romance.
Two fascinating and innovative Impressionism exhibitions are currently causing a stir among art enthusiasts in Paris. Both approach the often explored subject of this influential art movement in ways that have not previously been attempted. Impression Soleil Levant – The True Story Of The Masterpiece By Claude Monet is at the Musée Marmottan until January 18th and Paul Durand-Reul – The Gamble Of The Impressionists can be seen at the Luxembourg Museum until February 8th.
The current crop of stage performances and productions in Paris offer first rate entertainment for all tastes and young and old alike. If you are thinking of enjoying a great live show during your stay in the city, then the Hotel Britannique has some recommendations for an unforgettable evening.