Orsay: from a railway station to a museum
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Orsay: from a railway station to a museum

Even among the great museums of Paris, the Musée d'Orsay possesses an extraordinary personality and a fascinating history. The building which houses it was originally a Beaux-Arts railway station built for the 1900 World's Fair. The museum first opened its doors to the public in 1986, presenting great works of art from the 1848 to 1914 period. An essential visit during your stay at the Hôtel Britannique.

The Louvre, from the unmissable to the unusual
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The Louvre, from the unmissable to the unusual

The Hotel Britannique, a charmingly romantic establishment in the heart of a historic district, is close to the most famous museum in the world. Enjoy our hospitality and while you’re here you can visit the Louvre, where breath-taking collections of art and artefacts reside. There are many internationally renowned works, but don’t overlook some of the lesser-known items awaiting your discovery in this cultural treasure house!

Exhibitions to discover during a romantic weekend
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Exhibitions to discover during a romantic weekend

Fancy a weekend dedicated to love? Then you need to book a getaway at the Hotel Britannique in the centre of Paris. Our romantic hotel is located close to the finest exhibition venues in the capital, so you can explore your dreams before immersing yourself in the intimate and refined world of our hotel for lovers...

Don’t miss the Louvre during your Parisian break
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Don’t miss the Louvre during your Parisian break

The Louvre, once the palatial residence of the kings of France, now opens its doors to visitors from all around the world, especially lovers of art, history and culture. Located in the heart of Paris, this exceptional museum is filled with artistic treasures and priceless artefacts that delight seasoned culture seekers as well as those who are just starting to explore the riches of the past.

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