The wellness room is open on reservation, every day, and offers massages, body treatments and facials and manicure and pedicure. These professionals are experienced and recognized.
Various services are available to ease your stay in Paris, whether you travel alone or as a family, occasionally or regularly, for leisure or business purposes.
For example, we can arrange airport transfers with private driver at great rates.
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Created in 2001, the Galerie Les Yeux Fertiles displays works by artists from the international surrealist movement (Bellmer, Brauner, Masson, Matta, etc.) or those who went through a surrealist period in their careers (Erro and Goetz, for example). It also presents certain artists on the margins of surrealism (Sima, Fini), and those influenced by Automatism (such as Degottex and Hantaï). Also exhibited are works by artists bordering on Surrealism, from the Outsider Art (Lesage, Crepin) or Visionary Art movements and all those who explore the meanderings of the unconscious. The gallery is present at the major art fairs such as ArtParis and the Salon du Collectionneur.
Galerie Les Yeux Fertiles
27, rue de Seine
75006 Paris - France
Tél. : +33 (1) 43 26 27 91
Fax : +33 (1) 46 34 19 27
From Tuesday to Friday 14h-19h
The Galerie Kreo produces and exhibits original creations by the greatest contemporary designers, like a “laboratory area” dedicated to their research work.
Here, Clémence and Didier Krzentowski, experts in contemporary Art and Design, present world exclusives of limited-edition pieces by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Pierre Charpin, Hella Jongerius, Jasper Morrison and Martin Szekely, as well as creations by François Azambourg, François Bauchet, Big-Game, Andrea Branzi, Humberto & Fernando Campana, David Dubois, Julia Lohmann, Alessandro Mendini, Adrien Rovero, Marteen Van Severen, Jerszy Seymour, Studio Wieki Somers, Ettore Sottsass, etc.
The gallery also proposes a selection of exceptional luminaries from the 1950s to today including pieces by Achille Castiglioni, Ingo Maurer and Gino Sarfatti.
The Galerie Kreo prepares annotated catalogues of works by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Marc Newson and Martin Szekely.
31, rue Dauphine
Open from Tuesday to Saturday from 11h to 19h.
Nello Di Meo and his sister Lydie manage the Galerie Di Meo which was founded in 1959 by their brother Dino.
They strive to present works by artists who have helped to write the history of modern art, but also to promote contemporary artists.
Galerie Di Meo
9, RUE DES BEAUX-ARTS
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 10h to 13h and from 14h30 to 19h.
Open all day Saturday
L MD was founded by Laetitia Delorme and opened in 2009. It presents both emerging and confirmed artists whose work has had little or no exposure in France. Highly cosmopolitan, L MD is able to bring about a multitude of interactions between French and foreign scenes, regularly turning to Asian and American production and collaborating with curators of international exhibitions and galleries.
56 rue Charlot
Flea markets situated in the vicinity of Boulevard Saint Germain, 20 minutes’ walk from the hotel.
The very first Parisian department store!
On the border of the 6th and 7th arrondissements, a stone’s throw from Saint-Germain des Près, Le Bon Marché single-handedly reflects the spirit of the Left Bank: openness to the world, a taste for culture and the arts, tradition that is constantly revisited...
In this elegant, refined shop the products are meticulously arranged in different themed areas. Creams, beauty products and other body treatments can be found in “Le Théâtre de la Beauté”. Ready-to-wear, shoes and fashion accessories (including a collection of very beautiful vintage watches) are found in “L’Appartement de Mode”. Finally, “La Grande Epicerie de Paris” is a veritable luxury supermarket offering dishes and delicacies from all over the world.
Le Bon Marché
24 Rue de Sèvres
Dandy Parisien and Divine Parisienne are two neighbouring boutiques a stone’s throw from Rue Princesse at 19, Rue Guisarde.
The kingdom of suits, shirts and other precious accessories, Paul Smith for the most part, which you will not find at the official boutique on Boulevard Raspail or at Le Bon Marché, or anywhere else. Franck, the owner of this secret place, is a dandy himself. He will always welcome you with extreme kindness and a great deal of class, and will always give you good, sound advice. According to Franck, we must not make the mistake of becoming a caricature, wearing an outfit or a uniform. Not standing out while at the same time stating one’s individuality and being oneself is a subtlety of which he has become one of the main advocates. A discreet, chic, sexy dandy, the “Dandy Parisien” man has style, natural class and a strong personality that is completed and reflected in his clothing.
Upon crossing the threshold you will enter a luxurious yet intimate world of femininity, like a dressing room that you will never want to leave.
It is a refined, welcoming place offering a blend of all the current major fashion brands. These include great designers like PAUL SMITH and PATRIZIA PEPE, but also the designers of tomorrow such as LOU DE BEAUREGARD and HOTEL PARTICULIER.
You will be welcomed by a professional, on-trend team who will help you to find just what you are looking for.
All of Paris’ chic, glamorous fashion is represented in this boutique.
Dandy parisien et Divine parisienne
19 rue Guisarde
Created in 1945, Carven was later re-launched by the talented Guillaume Henry.
It has retained the heritage of the Couture years with a precise idea of how the garment should be and which materials should be used. With style, femininity and simplicity, far removed from any signs of ostentation, today Carven offers inspired, accessible ready-to-wear clothing.
The first Carven boutique was opened in Saint-German-des-Prés. The district, with its rich history and famous personalities, therefore counts one more pretty Parisian among its neighbours. This little place resembling an apartment plays host to Guillaume Henry’s creations in a simple, tasteful manner. Its visual identity was entrusted to Eric Chevallier who was responsible for the image of the Colette shop.
36, rue Saint Sulpice
Royal wax manufacturer and candle producer since 1643.
The oldest and most prestigious wax manufacturer in the world.
Trudon supplied the court of Versailles until the very last days of the monarchy and later Napoleon under the Empire. The company has continued its work throughout the centuries without ever interrupting its activity, focussing on the production of traditional candles and perfumed candles for great names.
78 Rue de Seine
The Hotel Sainte Beuve, wonderful "home" to relax after a walk in the center of Paris, nestled in a small street on the Left Bank, is a secret address since several decades.
Discover Hôtel Sainte-Beuve.