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Your hotel near the Eiffel Tower Christmas Village

The end-of-year holiday season is approaching, and many families are planning to spend Christmas in Paris. It is indeed an opportunity to visit the City of Light and enjoy all the magical events organized at this time of year. The Hôtel du Cadran welcomes you near the Christmas village of the Eiffel Tower.   The Eiffel Tower during Christmas The Eiffel Tower is one of the most visited monuments in the world. But, while most tourists choose summer and its sunny days to climb to the top of the Iron Lady, the end-of-year holiday season is also the perfect time to discover Paris from another angle. From December 2022, take advantage of the festivities to visit the Eiffel Tower decorated in its finest attire. On the 1st floor, the magical winter terrace immerses you in the magic of Christmas, with decoration taken from the most beautiful tales. And if you’re lucky, you might run into Santa Claus there! What could be more magical, then, than walking on the glazed floor in a dream setting, 57 meters above the ground? On the second floor and at the top, the charm continues to operate, and the panoramic view of Paris offers you a dazzling spectacle of the monuments elegantly decorated and illuminated for the holidays. At nightfall, the Iron Lady sparkles with a thousand lights every hour, putting stars in the eyes of young and old alike.   Enjoy a walk in the Eiffel Tower Christmas Village near our hotel This year again, the Eiffel Tower Christmas Village will set up on the Champ-de-Mars. From December 16, 2022 to January 2, 2023, come and discover the small traditional chalets and let yourself be tempted by the gourmet stands and craft products. This is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a little sweetness with gingerbread or cinnamon flavors, to warm up with a delicious mulled wine or hot chocolate, or to do the last Christmas shopping for the people you love. One of the most beautiful Christmas markets in Paris, the traditional Eiffel Tower Christmas market also offers many activities for children and/or adults. Impossible, then, to resist the temptation to put on the skates, and let yourself slide to the music on the 300 m² ice rink located under the huge Christmas tree.   The Christmas market in the Jardin des Tuileries Another traditional Christmas village in Paris, the Christmas market in the Jardin des Tuileries takes place every year near the most visited museum in the world. This year again, the small chalets and the carnival will be set up in the Louvre garden, from November 19, 2022 to January 8, 2023. With its ski resort appearance, the market offers you warm stands, an ice rink, rides and many animations which will make you live moments of happiness in family. The trees draped in garlands and lights will make the eyes shine, and the festive atmosphere will lift the hearts of all visitors. All you have to do is wait patiently for Santa Claus to intensely experience the magic of Christmas !   Le Cadran: a hotel near the Eiffel Tower for the end-of-year celebrations The Eiffel Tower district is undeniably the place to be during the end-of-year celebrations. Whether it is to experience the magic of Christmas, or to not miss any of the New Year’s festivities, the Hotel du Cadran offers you rooms just a stone’s throw from the Eiffel Tower. In the heart of the 7th arrondissement, the4-star Hotel du Cadran is the ideal base for enjoying a Christmas in Paris with family, lovers or friends. The 53 comfortable rooms have all the necessary equipment for a dream stay, just a stone’s throw from the Eiffel Tower and the very famous rue Cler, which is adorned with a thousand lights for Christmas. The hotel, decorated on the theme of wine, offers many services, including the jacuzzi and sauna area, or the wine by the glass dispenser, which allows you to taste our great wines, comfortably installed in your room or on the our terrace.   Come experience the magic of Christmas and discover the Christmas village of the Eiffel Tower, by reserving your room now at the Hôtel du Cadran in Paris 7.

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Your Christmas holidays in Paris

When the end-of-year celebrations come, the streets and the interiors of the houses are adorned with magical decorations. The atmosphere is magical, and everyone likes to get together with their families to experience unforgettable moments. But this year, why not take advantage of the Christmas holidays in Paris to discover the beauty of the decorated streets and visit the Christmas village of the Eiffel Tower ?   Having fun at the Jardin des Tuileries, a stone’s throw from our hotel in Paris 7 for your Christmas holidays TheJardin des Tuileries is a must at all times and in all seasons. But this green space, located between the Louvre and the Concorde, is even more inevitable at Christmas time. Indeed, from November 19, 2022 to January 8, 2023, you can stroll through the Jardin des Tuileries Christmas market, and discover “the magic of Christmas”, with its many wooden chalets and its 20-meter-high Christmas tree. And to make the moment even more unforgettable, enjoy the fun fair, the 500 m² real ice skating rink, and the many activities organized every day. Have fun on the rides, put stars in your eyes at the top of the Ferris wheel, and treat yourself to the many gift ideas in the small chalets on the market. With a little luck, you may cross paths with Santa Claus!   Visit the Louvre Museum this winter If you are looking for a family activity to do in Paris during the Christmas school holidays, the Louvre Museum is the ideal place. Sheltered from the cold, wander the aisles of the most visited museum in the world, discovering the former palace of the kings and the thousands of works on display. You will then travel through time and around the world, thanks to the various collections of paintings and sculptures by world-renowned artists. From America to Asia, from Antiquity to the Third Republic, come and meet the greatest masterpieces of humanity : the Venus de Milo, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, the Mona Lisa, Liberty guiding the people, the Raft of the Medusa, the Wedding at Cana… And until December 31, 2022, experience the nocturnal magic of the Louvre collections, every Friday, and take part in the many activities offered to young and old alike.   Take advantage of your Christmas holidays in Paris to visit the Eiffel Tower Christmas Market For the end-of-year celebrations, the Eiffel Tower puts on its festive clothes and invites you to experience a magical moment. Meet at the foot of the Iron Lady, in the Champ-de-Mars park, to soak up the festive atmosphere of the Eiffel Tower Christmas market, installed from December 16, 2022 to January 2, 2023. On the program: typical small wooden chalets, tempting food-trucks, Christmas decorations, gastronomic specialties, gift ideas, and craft products of all kinds . And for the more adventurous, put on your skates and your gloves, and go under the tree, for a sliding session to music on the 300 m² ice rink.   The Hotel du Cadran: a hotel in the ideal location for your next Christmas holidays It’s decided, your winter holidays will be spent in Paris this year! All that remains is to book your hotel for an unforgettable stay. This is where the Hotel du Cadran comes into play, by offering you a hotel room a few steps from the Eiffel Tower. Then book a room for the month of December 2022, and take advantage of the cozy and warm setting of our hotel to rest after days of intense visits. Ideally located close to the Iron Lady, our establishment is also very well served by public transport, even on public holidays. You will then be able to experience each festive day intensely, and discover the magical world of Paris at Christmas. The 4-star Hotel du Cadran assures you of magical and exotic Christmas school holidays, all in optimal comfort, thanks to our many quality facilities and services. And to make your stay an unforgettable moment, go to thespa and well-being area, where a Jacuzzi and a sauna will be waiting for you to clear your mind after a beautiful day.   The dates of the Christmas holidays approaching. Treat your family to unique and unforgettable end-of-year celebrations by reserving a room at the Hotel du Cadran and discovering the magic of the Eiffel Tower Christmas market and all the other Parisian events of the moment.

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Cadran tells you the story of the famous Cler street

The 4-star Hotel du Cadran is ideally located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. It is in the famous Cler street that travelers come to stay for a few days and enjoy the comfort of the spacious rooms. But do you know the story of Cler street ? Find out why it is so famous, and what are the places to visit nearby.   The history of Cler street Located on the left bank, in the heart of the 7th arrondissement of Paris, Cler street stretches for 428 meters, in one of the most typical districts of the capital. Between the Dôme des Invalides and the Champ-de-Mars, this street, which used to be called rue Neuve-de-l’Eglise, or even rue de l’Eglise, now bears the name of Cler street, in homage to General Jean Joseph Gustave Cler, victor at the Battle of Alma. This artery full of dynamism and effervescence has always been home to many bars, restaurants and shops, making it a nerve center of Paris 7. A popular pedestrian street in the Gros Caillou district, Cler street is joined by various routes, including the well-known rue Grenelle. With its market-like appearance and friendly shopkeepers, Cler street is one of the essentials of Parisian life, between tradition and modernity.   Unmissable visits near Cler street After having tasted the typically Parisian effervescence of Cler street, take the time to discover the greatest monuments nearby. The Grand Palais Éphémère Designed by the architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, the Grand Palais Éphémère is located a stone’s throw from the Rodin Museum and the Eiffel Tower. This temporary building was built on the Champ-de-Mars, in order to offer visitors a cultural space during the closure of the Grand Palais. We then find a sports and cultural program , with numerous exhibitions, sports meetings, artistic fairs… Opposite the Military School, this construction is a real architectural feat with ecological virtues, and will welcome, at the summer 2024, some Olympic Games events, such as wrestling, judo, wheelchair rugby and para-judo. The Grand Palais Éphémère will then be dismantled after the reopening of the Grand Palais in the fall of 2024, and its modular structure can then be used for other constructions. The tomb of Napoleon 1st Extend your Parisian walk to the Hôtel National des Invalides, which houses the Army Museum and the Dôme church. It is under the dome of the Invalides that you can observe the tomb of Emperor NapoleonI. Designed by the architect Louis Visconti, the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte is placed in a huge crypt of impressive dimensions, so that everyone can see the tomb without having to go to the crypt. Thus, the tomb is placed 6 meters deep, in a space 23 meters in diameter which has no roof. We then discover a tomb 4 m long by 2 m wide, made of red quartzite and green granite, and containing 5 coffins, the last of which, in ebony, is in the name of Napoleon. The space is elegantly decorated with white marble statues of women, mosaics and sculpture, in homage to the military prowess of the emperor. The Esplanade des Invalides Between the Hôtel National des Invalides and the Alexandre III bridge, the Esplanade des Invalides is one of the green spaces in Paris where it is pleasant to stroll. Offering a dazzling view of the Eiffel Tower and the major monuments of the district, the esplanade lined with elms and lime trees is a place conducive to walking, between the rosebushes blooming on the terraces and the bronze statues scattered on the course.   Le Cadran: your 4-star hotel near Cler street You are looking for a hotel in the heart of Paris ? For a stay alone, as a couple, with friends or family, the Hotel du Cadran welcomes you in a charming setting, a stone’s throw from Cler street. Find the comfort of the spacious rooms of the Cadran What could be more pleasant, after a great day of visits and discoveries, than to relax in a comfortable room? The 53 rooms of the4-star Hotel du Cadran invite you to rest and calm, in a warm atmosphere and optimal comfort. Everything is there to allow you to replenish your energy between two visits: top-of-the-range bedding, cozy decor, large-screen television, air conditioning or heating, private bathroom with shower, soundproofing… The standard of a hotel 4 stars in Paris By reserving a room in our 4-star hotel, you ensure an unforgettable stay, where everything is thought out to make your Parisian trip a unique experience. You will then benefit from all of our paying or à la carte services, and the whole team will take great care to guarantee you a quality stay. You will have plenty of time to enjoy a good buffet breakfast, serve yourself a good glass of wine from the wine by the glass dispenser to enjoy on our terrace, or even relax in the wellness and spa area, with sauna and whirlpool. A hotel ideally located near Cler street Located at 10, rue du Champ de Mars, in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, the Hotel du Cadran is just a few meters from the famous Cler street, its delicatessens, its boutiques , and its appetizing restaurants. This is enough to immerse you in the Parisian atmosphere, treat yourself and have fun before returning to your hotel room for a well-deserved rest. Very well served by public transport, this lively district of Paris also allows you to visit all the most beautiful sites of the City of Light, whether by metro, bus, on foot, or by RER.   Your Hotel du Cadran is ideally located in the heart of the historic district of Paris, and a stone’s throw from Cler street. Then book your room now, to fully enjoy your stay in Paris.

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Cadran: your hotel in the heart of the 7th arrondissement of Paris

When you go on holiday, the ideal thing is to find a hotel close to all the places to visit. This allows you to take full advantage of your stay without wasting time on public transport and getting exhausted walking. This is why Le Cadran is ideally located in the heart of the 7th arrondissement of Paris, a stone’s throw from the greatest monuments of the capital.   Discover the 7th arrondissement of Paris On the left bank of the Seine, the 7th district of Paris is one of the most visited areas of the city, as there are so many monuments and unmissable sites. The cultural wealth and monuments of Paris 7 Marked by a strong history, the City of Light still has many vestiges of the past, and honors this heritage in various museums.The Eiffel Tower : a true emblem of Paris and France, the Eiffel Tower imposes itself majestically in the heart of the 7th arrondissement. Take the time to climb to the top to admire a panoramic view of Paris, and take the opportunity to observe all the greatest monuments seen from above; The Quai Branly Museum – Jacques Chirac : a stone’s throw from the Iron Lady, the Quai Branly Museum houses nearly 3,500 works of art. This collection, from Asia, Africa, America and Oceania, is exhibited in a building with incredible architecture, designed by Jean Nouvel; The Palais Bourbon : seat of the National Assembly, the Palais Bourbon is also an exhibition space where you can find many contemporary works. But this monument is above all an architectural masterpiece not to be missed; The Musée d’Orsay : bringing together artistic creations from the Western world of the 19th century, the Musée d’Orsay is best known for its impressive collection of Impressionist works of art. All forms of expression are represented there, from photography to sculpture, including painting and architecture; TheHôtel des Invalides : a building originally intended to house disabled soldiers who fought for France, the Hôtel des Invalides is now the headquarters of the Ministry of Defence. Although it retains its primary function as a hospice-hospital, the Hôtel National also houses the Army Museum, as well as two churches, including the Church of the Dome, which contains the tomb of Napoleon I; The Rodin Museum : in the center of the 7th arrondissement of Paris, the museum in honor of the famous sculptor is housed in an 18th century private mansion with a garden. Here you can find the major works of Rodin, in the gardens as well as in the Hôtel Biron; The parish of Sainte-Clotilde : built in the 19th century, this parish is the first church with neo-Gothic architecture in Paris, and its breathtaking architecture is really worth the detour.  Green spaces and walks in Paris 7 If you are looking for a bit of fresh air and space between two visits to monuments, the 7th arrondissement of Paris also offers pretty green spaces for a walk in the heart of the city.the Parc du Champ-de-Mars Ecole Militaire and the Eiffel Tower, Parc du Champ-de-Mars offers a dazzling view of the Iron Lady. A hotspot for national events, the Parc du Champ-de-Mars is also an ideal green space for picnicking, getting some fresh air and walking; The Esplanade of Invalides : connecting the Hôtel National des Invalides and the Pont Alexandre III, the Esplanade des Invalides is a huge space lined with lime trees, offering an incredible view of all the greatest monuments of Paris; The Quai d’Orsay : on the banks of the Seine, the Quai d’Orsay is a privileged place to stroll in Paris. The promenade allows you to walk along major monuments, such as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the American Church in Paris, or the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. There are also many barges, restaurants and bars that make the banks of the river lively; The Catherine Labouré garden : a former vegetable garden bearing the name of a nun who is said to have seen the Virgin, this Parisian garden is today a 7,000 m² area of ​​lawn and greenery conducive to idleness and relaxation.  Paris 7: between high gastronomy and luxury The 7th arrondissement is known for its luxury boutiques, most of which can be found in rue de Grenelle, a stone’s throw from our hotel rue Cler. But it is also a mecca for gastronomy, where shops and small boutiques compete in delicacies. Among the must-sees, let’s note the Bon Marché Rive Gauche and the Grande Épicerie de Paris, and stop in the rue du Bac, where you can find the delicious chocolates of the Angelina shop or the Chocolaterie Foucher. As for the restaurant, Boulevard Raspail is not to be outdone, with many brands run by the biggest names in French gastronomy: Thierry Marx, Anne-Sophie Pic, Pierre Hermé…   Cadran: your boutique hotel in the heart of Paris 7 In the center of the capital, in rue Cler, theHôtel du Cadran welcomes you in a decor inspired by the world of the vine, and invites you to experience an unforgettable Parisian stay. A design and comfortable hotel in Paris As soon as you arrive at the 4-star Hotel du Cadran, you will be welcomed into a peaceful and warm atmosphere, where wine is in the spotlight. Between audacity and authenticity, the charm of the hotel is an invitation to relax, and the rooms offer you everything you need to live a dream stay. You will then stay in a modern and bright space, perfectly equipped (air conditioning or heating, private bathroom, mini-bar, top-of-the-range bedding, flat screen television, unlimited wifi, etc.).  Everything is then thought out to spend holidays in Paris alone, with family or friends. A 4-star spa and well-being hotel During your stay in our 4-star hotel, you will have plenty of time to take advantage of the various services available to you:A pleasant terrace, reserved for hotel guests; A self-service wine by the glass distributor, to discover our best vintages; A buffet breakfast served each morning in our elegant room with vaulted ceiling; A Spa and relaxation area, with sauna and jacuzzi; A reception open 24 hours a day; An equipped business center; Concierge service and luggage storage…  Ideally located for exploring the 7th arrondissement of Paris, the4-star Hotel Le Cadran warmly welcomes you for an unforgettable stay in one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

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Come enjoy the Louvre Museum for the start of the school year

Summer is coming to an end, but the opportunities to make great discoveries are still numerous, and are an invitation to disconnect and relax. In Paris, the monuments are an inexhaustible source of learning and cultural discoveries. Among the must-see sites, the Louvre Museum opens its doors to you for the start of the school year.   The short history of the famous Louvre Museum If the Eiffel Tower is unquestionably the number one monument in the hearts of Parisians and tourists from all over the world, the Louvre Museum is close behind it. The Louvre Museum in figures Located in the1st arrondissement of Paris, in the heart of the capital, the Louvre Museum is one of the largest museums in the world. Spread over an area of ​​60,600 m², this emblematic monument of the City of Light welcomes more than 8 million visitors each year, making it the most visited museum in the world.   There are nearly 35,000 works and objects of art, ranging from prehistory to today. Among the best known, we count the MonaLisa by Leonardo da Vinci, The Venus de Milo, The Winged Victory of Samothrace, or The Wedding at Cana, by Veronese. The origins of the Louvre Museum Located in the heart of the Louvre Palace, the Louvre Museum has not always existed. The fortress, built on the initiative of Philippe II, at the end of the 12thcentury , was initially the place of residence of the king, until 1682, when Louis XIV decided to stay at the Palace of Versailles. The Louvre Palace then hosted the Academy of Inscriptions and Belles-Lettres, as well as the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture. The royal collections and the works of various artists are then exhibited.   During the French Revolution, it was then decided that the Louvre would be used as a museum, in order to exhibit the country’s masterpieces. The Louvre Museum then opened its doors on August 10, 1793. After many difficulties related to the history of the nation, the collection grew in size, reaching the 35,000 objects that we have listed today.   In 2008, the works of the Louvre Museum are divided into 8 departments:Egyptian Antiquities; Oriental Antiquities; Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities; Islamic Arts; Sculptures; Paintings; Art ; Graphic arts.  All these works are distributed in various places in the building: the Pavillon de l’Horloge, the Saint-Louis crypt, the Salle de la Chapelle (which offers a magnificent view of the Louvre Pyramid and the Tuileries Garden)…   Le Cadran: a cozy hotel near the Louvre Museum What could be more comfortable, to visit Paris, than to stay in a 4-star hotel in the heart of Paris ? A luxury hotel near the Louvre Museum In the heart of the 7tharrondissement of Paris, theHotel du Cadran welcomes you in a peaceful and relaxing setting. The establishment, decorated under the theme of wine and the vine, offers you a bubble of sweetness near all the greatest monuments of Paris, which will allow you to rest after beautiful days of visits and discoveries. The spacious and comfortable rooms offer you everything you need to spend good nights and recharge your batteries. A 4-star hotel at your service Le Cadran Hotel is a boutique hotel that provides you with everything you need for a dream stay in Paris. You will then have plenty of time to enjoy a good glass of wine on the terrace or in your room, thanks to our wine by the glass dispenser which includes many great vintage references. For even more rest and relaxation, head to the hotel’s wellness and spa area, to enjoy the indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna. What to recharge your batteries before discovering the riches of Paris! A Parisian boutique hotel ideally located Right in the heart of Paris 7, the Hotel du Cadran is a few minutes walk from the Eiffel Tower, the Invalides and the Trocadero, and just a 15-minute walk from the Louvre Museum. You will also have plenty of time to discover Paris by using public transport, located near the hotel (metro, bus, RER, etc.).   At the moment at the Louvre Museum If the works of art of the Louvre Museum ensure you many hours of discovery, you can also take advantage of your stay in Paris to participate in the various events organized in the museum:Current exhibitions: Yves Saint-Laurent, Bolognese drawings from the 16thcentury , Things…; Events and activities for children and/or adults (workshops, conferences, concerts, shows, conferences, films, etc.); Guided tours of the Louvre Museum, and in particular mini-discoveries, commented walks and themed tours.  Visiting the Louvre Museum at the start of the school year is an opportunity to discover the new programs, and take advantage of a gentle recovery to observe the most beautiful works in the world. To ensure a quality stay, book your room now at the Hotel du Cadran, in Paris 7.

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Stroll along the quays of the Seine from our hotel Paris 7

Located in the heart of Paris, the 7tharrondissement is an incomparable district where historical monuments and contemporary discoveries mingle. We then imagined for you a walk on the banks of the Seine from our hotel in Paris 7, to take full advantage of the atmosphere and the riches of the district.   Your walk on the banks of the Seine in Paris from our hotel Get your good shoes, your camera, and your best smile, and let’s discover the banks of the Seine from our 4-star hotel. Start the walk from the Pont d’Iéna Let’s start our journey with the famous Eiffel Tower, which you can reach on foot in less than 10 minutes, departing from our Parisian hotel. After admiring the Iron Lady, go to the Pont d’Iéna. This building connects the Eiffel Tower to the Trocadéro, and was built at the request of Napoleon Bonaparte at the beginning of the 19thcentury . Its name then refers to the battle of Jena, won a few years earlier by the Emperor against the Prussians. It was then the engineer Corneille Lamandé who was responsible for building, between 1808 and 1814, this 140-meter bridge, with 5 arches and decorated with imperial eagles. The defeated Prussian general unfortunately does not stop there, and wishes to destroy the bridge. So, to avoid such an affront, the bridge was simply renamed Pont de l’École Militaire, and each eagle was removed from the eardrums. Louis Philippe will later reassign its name and eagles to it, and will add 4 statues of horsemen (Gallic, Roman, Greek and Arab). The Pont d’Iéna has been listed as a historical monument since 1975.   Stroll on the Quai Branly to go to the Pont de l’Alma Extend your walk by surveying the Quai Branly, on the Left Bank of the Seine. Connecting the Pont de l’Alma and the Pont Bir-Hakeim, the quai Branly is the starting point for many cruises on the Seine, but there is also the Maison de la Culture du Japon, as well as the Quai Branly museum. Join the Pont de l’Alma, sadly made famous following the death of Princess Diana in 1997 in a road accident in the Pont de l’Alma tunnel. But if this tragic event remains marked in the minds, the Pont de l’Alma remains a majestic building, offering an exceptional point of view on the Eiffel Tower. It is also a rather surprising tool for evaluating the rise in water levels during major floods of the Seine, using the statue of the Zouave as a landmark, present on one of the arches of the bridge. For the record, the statue of the Zouave was initially accompanied by 3 other statues (hunter on foot, artilleryman and grenadier) present on the first bridge of the Alma. Built in 1856, on the initiative of Napoleon III, in memory of the victory in Crimea, the Alma bridge collapsed in the 1970s, and had to be replaced by a steel bridge 142 meters long. We then remove the 3 statues, to keep only the Zouave.   Direction the Pont Alexandre III by the Quai d’Orsay Let’s continue our walk along the quays of the Seine, to the Pont Alexandre III. Let’s take, to reach it, the Quai d’Orsay, where we find the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Palais Bourbon (seat of the National Assembly), as well as the Hôtel de Lassay (residence of the President of the Assembly national). Connecting the Petit and Grand Palais to the Esplanade des Invalides, the Pont Alexandre III was inaugurated in 1900, on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition. It stands out from the many other Parisian bridges by its geographical location, but above all by its architecture. We discover, at each end, 4 monumental pylons 17 meters high, on which gilded bronze pegasi are exposed. These 4 pylons then represent the Arts, Commerce, Science and Industry. Arrived on theEsplanade des Invalides, you will enjoy this green space lined with lime trees which offers a breathtaking perspective on the most beautiful monuments of Paris.   Direction Quai Anatole France continue our discovery of the quays of the Seine, joining Quai Anatole France. 585 meters long, it is located between the Quai d’Orsay and the Quai Voltaire. Let’s stop for a few moments on the Pont de la Concorde, where you will find, in front of you, the Musée de l’Orangerie, the Place de la Concorde, with its famous obelisk, and the famous Jardin des Tuileries. This huge French-style garden takes its name from the Tuileries Palace, which was built at the request of Queen Catherine de Medici, and which has now disappeared. Separating the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde, the Tuileries Garden, designed by the gardener André Le Nôtre, is the ideal place for a walk between the ponds and the statues of Rodin, Maillol and Giacometti.   The Quai de la Mégisserie, near the Pont-Neuf and the Pont des Arts Let’s continue along the Quai Voltaire, and pass the Quai Malaquais, to find ourselves at the Pont des Arts, also known as the Passerelle des Arts. Between the Louvre Museum and the Institut de France, this bridge, built between 1801 and 1804 on the initiative of Napoleon Bonaparte, is the first iron bridge in Paris. Reserved for pedestrians, the Pont des Arts has long been famous for the love padlocks put in place by lovers around the world. Unfortunately, they had to be removed in order to preserve the structure of the bridge, but the footbridge still offers a dazzling perspective of the Seine and the monuments of Paris. Let’s cross the Pont des Arts, and go to the Quai de la Mégisserie. Long known for its nurseries and pet shops, the quay runs along the Théâtre du Châtelet and leads to the Pont-Neuf. Built in 1578 at the request of King Henri IV, the Pont-Neuf is the oldest stone bridge in Paris, and is located at the end of the Île de la Cité. It is recognizable by its 12 arches, as well as its 381 macaroons, but also and above all by its equestrian statue of King Henri IV.   The Square du Vert-Galant Let’s cross the first half of the Pont-Neuf, and stop at the Square du Vert-Galant, at the tip of the Île de la Cité. A tribute to Henri IV and all his mistresses, this green space now has the “Ecological green space” label. A title obtained thanks to the diversity of fauna and flora, very surprising for a park in the heart of Paris. Place of choice for lovers, the Square du Vert-Galant is the ideal place for a romantic stroll or a romantic cruise on the Seine.   Île Saint-Louis Upstream from Île de la Cité,Île Saint-Louis is the smaller of the two islands. In the historic heart of Old Paris, this little haven of peace is an invitation to relax and take a peaceful walk. You will be dazzled by the many 17th century mansions and their homogeneous architecture which give the appearance of a small bourgeois town to this discreet island. You can stop for a few moments at the Saint-Louis church, before extending your walk to theÎle de la Cité, where the majestic Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral awaits you.   Your 4-star hotel near the banks of the Seine Located in the heart of the 7tharrondissement of Paris, just a 10-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower and the banks of the Seine, the Hotel du Cadran welcomes you in a peaceful setting. You will stay in a tourist establishment tastefully decorated on the theme of vines and wine. The rooms, bright and comfortable, have everything you need to spend a dream stay in Paris, and leave serenely along the quays to meet the beauties of the capital. You will then benefit from the services of a 4-star hotel, to which are added exceptional services, such as the distributor of fine wines, served by the glass, or the wellness area, with swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna. The 4-star boutique hotel Le Cadran meets all the conditions for staying in Paris in a dream setting, a stone’s throw from the most beautiful monuments of the City of Light.   Take advantage of a stay at the Hotel du Cadran to discover the quays of the Seine. Walk along the river, far from the hustle and bustle of Paris, and observe the capital with a different eye.

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Come enjoy the last days of summer from our Paris 7 hotel

The end of summer is a special time when many people go back to work, but where the summer atmosphere is still very present. Take advantage of this unique period to visit Paris and discover the monuments and unmissable sites of the capital, by staying in our hotel Paris 7 le Cadran.   Le Cadran: your hotel for visiting the best Paris has to offer The success of a stay in Paris inevitably depends on choosing quality accommodation. At the same time warm, comfortable, and ideally located, the Cadran hotel ensures you an unforgettable trip to Paris. A 4-star hotel designed for your well-being From your very first steps in the Hôtel du Cadran, you will appreciate the unique decoration inspired by the theme of wine, which is both chic and warm. You will stay in one of our 53 comfortable and spacious rooms, and enjoy all the necessary comfort to rest between two visits to Paris, and replenish your energy. Many facilities are then offered in each of the rooms:Cozy interior decoration; Quality bedding; Flat screen TV; Air conditioning and heating; Bathroom with shower ; Safe…The bright, designer rooms ensure you peaceful and calm nights, far from the hustle and bustle of Paris. The services of a luxury hotel in Paris 7 By choosing to book a room at the Cadran hotel, you are choosing comfort, and will be able to take full advantage of the various services of the establishment. You will then be free to pour yourself a glass of wine wine by the glass dispenser self-serviceAnd for even more relaxation, head to thespa and wellness area, where you will find a jacuzzi and a sauna. A Parisian terrace as we like them What could be more Parisian than sipping a glass of wine on the terrace ? The Cadran hotel loves this unique atmosphere and invites you to live the experience by providing you with a terrace. Exclusively reserved for hotel guests, it allows you to drink your glass of wine peacefully, work, or simply relax. Rue Cler: an ideal location for your 4-star TheHotel du Cadran is located not far from rue Cler, the only pedestrian street in the 7tharrondissement of Paris. Here you will find the typical atmosphere of the City of Light, with its shops, restaurants, cafes and museums.   Rue Cler is therefore the perfect place to have fun and eat, just a stone’s throw from the hotel. But it is also a place very well served by public transport, allowing you to reach the major sites of Paris quickly, whether by metro, bus, on foot, or even by RER.   The best of Paris is to be visited in the 7th arrondissement If the riches of Paris are numerous, there is no need to go far to discover the beauty and the heritage of the city. The 7tharrondissement of Paris is indeed the ideal place where all the essential Parisian sites are concentrated. The Grand Palais Éphémère Open to the public during the closure of the Grand Palais, the Grand Palais Éphémère offers sporting and cultural events throughout the year. Then discover the program to organize your visit over the exhibitions and fairs, in this prestigious place opposite the Eiffel Tower and a stone’s throw from the Cadran hotel. The Champ-de-Mars and the Jardin de la Tour Eiffel Do you like finding yourself in the amazing atmosphere of the gardens of Paris, in a green setting in the heart of the capital? The Parc du Champ-de-Mars and the Jardin de la Tour Eiffel offer you a breath of fresh air just a few steps from your hotel. Walk the paths, sit on the lawn or in an armchair, and also attend the various events or the twinkling of the Eiffel Tower, in the evening. The Eiffel Tower: a breathtaking must A trip to Paris is not really successful if you do not pass by the Eiffel Tower. Admire the Iron Lady from below, from its square and its gardens, or climb to its summit to discover the breathtaking view of all of Paris: the Louvre Museum, the Seine, Montmartre, Notre-Dame, Montmartre… enough to have a magnificent perspective on all the monuments that await you.