The Louvre museum is the museum of Arts the most visited in the world. Going to Paris is exciting to say the least. This is the city of lights where flagrant public displays of love are the norm, and welcomed. However, you need to know where you will stay or eat ahead of your journey. If you want to land, check in your boarding house and start right then with the best there is to offer in Paris, then the Hotel Britannique should be at the top of your list. Or the only one on! If you would like to stay in hotels near the Louvre museum, the museum of Arts the most visited in the world, we have you covered as the Hotel Britannique is just that. Conveniently located near most attractions that the city is famed for, from Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower, Champ Elysees, to the Pompidou’s Museum.
It always makes sense to stay at hotels closest to transport hubs wherever you are. Located 2 minutes away from the world’s largest underground Metro station, the Hotel Britannique offers you quick access to a transportation hub with lines traversing most of the city. It is ridiculous how easy it is to get around Paris from the Metro while you take in Hector Guimard’s designs that line it. Additionally, we are located on Paris’ 1st arrondissement. Barely a minute away is Seine River, another great avenue to explore the city. It might be a cliché way to view the city, but Bateaux-Mouches (boat ride), as it is popularly known, is magical.
If you like history, Les Invalides chronicles the early times of the French military. Marie Curie, Emile Zola, Victor Hugo, Rousseau and Voltaire can be found in the Pantheon mausoleum while Pere Lachaise Cemetery hosts the graves of Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison. If you are the artsy type, then forget the Pantheon and its ilk and head over to the Centre Pompidou, a contemporary art house where Musee d’Orsay’s impressionist works are on display. If you only want a view of the Eiffel Tower, then Tour Montparnasse is great while a panoramic view of Paris’ skyline is best observed from Montmartre.
The 3rd and 4rth arrondissements in Paris are home to le Marais, Paris’ equivalent of New York’s SoHo. Here, you will find Paris’ fashionistas and boutiques selling luxurious wear. A myriad of cafes line the streets and a coffee break paired with a croissant is great while you watch the people traffic. For fine dining, there are Michelin star restaurants all over the city. On the other hand, you can opt for traditional cuisine and culture and indulge in what the French canon has to offer. Paris is a travellers dream, and activities are abound for all (kids and adults). Just do not try to do all and enjoy whatever you can to the fullest. Later, you can come lie down in our beautifully decorated rooms.