Discover the 15th arrondissement of Paris, a family and residential neighborhood, ideal for being quiet during your stays in Paris

Located on the left side of the Seine River, in the southwest of Paris, the 15th arrondissement is a residential neighborhood where sumptuous Haussmannian buildings are mixed with multiple shops, theaters, museums and theaters. You will also find many green spaces to stroll or rest. The 15th arrondissement will also surprise you with its various landscapes: the contemporary architecture of the Beaugrenelle district or the Montparnasse Tower, numerous Haussmann buildings dating from the 19th century, vast green spaces, parks, squares and gardens...


For culture lovers :

The many museums, theaters, cultural spaces and theaters reflect the cultural wealth of the 15th arrondissement of Paris.

As far as museums are concerned, you can visit the Bourdelle museum dedicated to the works of the French sculptor Antoine Bourdelle. You can also discover the museum of the Post Office illustrating the history and professions of this French institution, from the Middle Ages to nowadays. If you like science, you can also discover Les Etincelles, an ephemeral open-air structure, hosting the works of the Palais de la Découverte during its renovation.

During the European Heritage Days or during special events, you will have the chance to visit La Ruche, the artists' city that welcomes about fifty artists for their different works. The building was built during the 1900 Universal Exhibition and is registered as a historical monument.

For those who love theater, you will find the Montfort Theater dedicated to contemporary creation with emerging companies. For young audiences, you will find the Espace Paris Plaine, an Italian-style theater with a program for all audiences. If you want to discover the great names of comedy, you will have to go to the Grand Point-Virgule. You can even admire the circus arts at the baroque tent of the Cirque Bormann.

Finally, you will find the Paris Exhibition Center, located at the Porte de Versailles, where a large number of exhibitions, fairs and events of all kinds take place. Stay tuned!


For a walk or a rest:

The 15th arrondissement is dotted with numerous green spaces. With more than forty parks, squares and gardens, you will have many opportunities to stroll or relax.

Located on the former Citroën factory on the shore of the Seine, you can visit the André-Citroën park, a modern park where you can discover, among other things: two greenhouses (tropical and Mediterranean), a large fountain with water jets, as well as multiple gardens. Unusual activity: take a ride in the Generali balloon and go up to an altitude of more than 150m for a panoramic view of the whole capital.

Discover the Georges Brassens park, whose name is a tribute to the famous French singer who lived in the neighborhood. This park is a very pleasant place to stroll, especially for families. Children can enjoy the swings, the pony rides or the puppet theater.

Sports enthusiasts can train in the Suzanne Lenglen park, a multi-sports park with tennis courts, a rugby field, an athletics track and vast landscaped areas.

Finally, a few steps from the hotel, cross the Grenelle Bridge to reach the Ile au Cygnes, which links the Statue of Liberty to the famous Bir-Hakeim Bridge. This planted walkway in the middle of the Seine is a great idea for a stroll and offers a different view of the city.


For shopping lovers:

If you want to go shopping, you can't miss the Beaugrenelle shopping center, a unique shopping experience in a spacious and bright space that gathers popular and lesser known brands, both French and international, and houses one of the branches of Galeries Lafayette.

You can then stroll through the small artisan stores and other local businesses located in the narrow streets between rue de la Convention and rue Vaugirard.


For your bike rides :

Enjoy a bike ride on the bike paths along the Seine. Start your itinerary at the André Citroën park. Continue towards the Beaugrenelle shopping center, you will see the Statue of Liberty on your left. Walk along the quays of Grenelle towards the famous Bir-Hakeim bridge and continue towards the Eiffel Tower. Continue along the quays of Branly and its eponymous museum then continue towards the quays of Orsay passing the Hôtel des Invalides on your right and the Alexandre III bridge on your left. Continue towards the Quai Voltaire passing in front of the Musée d'Orsay. Cross the Seine on the Pont Royal and reach the Tuileries garden and the Louvre museum. Continue to the Pont de Notre Dame where you will cross the Seine again to arrive in front of the famous cathedral of Paris which will mark the end of the route.