A family secret revealed with the greatest discernment, Hotel Adèle & Jules scores double points… Set in twin low-rise buildings, in a quiet private road, the place beckons peace and relaxation, close to yet sheltered from the buzzing hub of the Grands Boulevards.
"Created by interior designer Stéphane Poux, the hotel's decor exudes truly Parisian taste... "
Here you will find all the services proposed for yourself or your dear ones. We are here to cater to you, our special guests.
For a good start to your day, a large choice of selected products on our breakfast buffet : bread, baguette, viennoiseries, gluten-free option, butter, jams and honeys, yogurt, cheese and cottage cheese, charcuterie, fresh fruit juice, fresh fruit salad, dried fruits, hot and cold drinks... Hot corner with sausages and bacon, Scrambled eggs (or others) can be served on request.
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Cultural news in Paris, and in the Grand Boulevards area
The Dior Gallery, which bears witness to the bold vision of Christian Dior and his six successors: Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons and Maria Grazia Chiuri.
The Centre Pompidou is devoting a major retrospective to Gérard Garouste, one of the most important French contemporary painters, born in 1946, who is a figurationist without concession.
This exhibition covers the entire career of the Norwegian painter, too often reduced to one work: The Scream. It invites the visitor to see Edvard Munch's work in its entirety.
The exhibition "Claude Monet - Joan Mitchell" presents a unique dialogue between the works of two exceptional artists, Claude Monet (1840-1926) and Joan Mitchell (1925-1992), who left their mark not only on their time but on generations of painters.
AT THE LAFAYETTE DROUOT EXHIBITION CENTRE
"The World Of Banksy" takes you on an enchanting journey with Banksy, the master of the streets, who has become a world-famous artist.
The MEP is proud to present the most important retrospective devoted to the Ukrainian photographer Boris Mikhailov (born 1938 in Kharkiv). Today considered one of the most influential contemporary artists in Eastern Europe, he has been developing an experimental photographic work around social and political subjects for over 50 years.
" A chance to immerse yourself in the vibrant heritage of the place, in the heart of theaterland, bubbling terraces and covered passages. "