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The Hotel Jeu de Paume is named after the last real tennis court in the capital, built by Louis XIII in the 17th century. Today it offers day rooms for visitors, as well as being home to the lovely Lemon, the hotel’s canine resident. Visitors staying in the hourly rooms have an on-site bar, and fitness room, with all the attractions of Paris just beyond the door.
- Global Menu – There’s delicious seafood and great wines at the Oyster Club, with traditional French fare to the north at Chez Mademoiselle and to the south at haute cuisine restaurant Le vent d’Armor. If Italian tickles your fancy then try out RESPIRO Trattoria – Pizzeria, whilst Caribbean cocktails and culinary treats are on the menu at Bô.
- Magnificent Museums – The House of Culture of Japan in Paris (also known as Maison de la culture du Japon à Paris) celebrates Japanese culture in a variety of media, including cinema, art, theatre, and cookery, whilst the Quai Branly Museum showcases indigenous and tribal art from around the world. Contemporary art can be found at the Paris Museum of Modern Art, but if you want the best of the best then visit the Louvre, perhaps the finest art gallery in the world.
- Eiffel Tower – Often imitated but never bettered, this wrought iron tower dating back to the late 19th century has been a landmark in its own right since its creation. Even better, the Eiffel Tower offers stunning views of the Parisian skyline.
- Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris – Close by the hotel is this iconic Catholic landmark of religious, historical, and architectural significance. Tragically gutted by fire in 2019, the authorities are working hard to restore it in time for the 2024 Summer Olympics.
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Fitness room (including sauna).
Multi-lingual reception (French, English, Spanish, Italian, German, Finnish, Macedonian, Romanian).