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Finding a 4-star hotel Paris Louvre

The Hotel du Cadran is a high-end hotel located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. It is surrounded by a multitude of cultural attractions, renowned restaurants and superb shops. Not forgetting the immense gardens and the banks of the Seine, ideal for relaxation and rest. Come and enjoy our 4-star hotel Paris Louvre!

Visit the Louvre from our 4-star establishment in Paris.

Spend a weekend or a week living in resonance with this mythical place. Formerly a fortification with a central dungeon designed to house the royal treasure, it became a palace. Then, at the end of the 19th century, it became a museum. The Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo and the Victory of Samothrace now proudly sit on the throne

To enter it, you will have to cross the mirror of the pyramid whose remarkable triangulation is reflected in the basins at its feet. From the lobby, you can choose to walk through the 60,000 m² of rooms scattered throughout the three main wings of the palace.

Visiting the Louvre

Rooms specialising in Egyptology, sacred paintings, sculptures, or Greek… Such as the Caryatid Hall inspired by the temple built on the acropolis: the Erechtheion. The rooms all offer endless hours of artistic pleasure.

Caravaggio, Greco, Leonardo da Vinci, Raffaello Santi, David, Delacroix… The greatest artists come together for our greatest pleasure. The paintings defy time, and if Paris was for centuries the centre of the world, there is no doubt that the Louvre has remained the intellectual and artistic heart of the capital.

But if the works exhibited are enough to attract tourists from all over the world, the Apollo gallery of Louis le Vau and Charles le Brun alone is worth the detour. The painted ceiling representing Apollo conquering the Python snake by Eugène Delacroix is an integral part of the wonders of this unique place.

Another less known curiosity is Philippe Pot’s tomb: his servants (8 hooded monks) carrying the tombstone are a summit of realism for the time.

Don’t forget, before leaving the museum, to go to the Cour Marly (Richelieu wing). There you can admire the baroque statues playing delicately with the light and shadows passing through the glass ceiling.

After your visit to the Louvre…

After your visit to the Louvres, make small detours on your way back to visit the City of Lights!

Le Marais

Incredible district that the Marais can be reached in 5 minutes from the Louvres by the metro line 1 (stop Saint Paul). You can visit the Picasso museum, or stroll on the shady and friendly Place des Vosges.


This museum is less than 10 minutes walk from the Place des Vosges. With its controversial appearance, the contemporary art centre defies Haussmann with its glass and metal structure.

The Conciergerie

A few steps away, on Île Saint Louis, the conciergerie is an old Gothic palace transformed over the centuries into a revolutionary prison, where Marie-Antoinette will be incarcerated. Take the opportunity to spend a head at the flower and bird market and admire the beautiful Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral!

The Latin Quarter

Cross the Seine again to get closer to our 4 star hotel Paris Louvre. Less than 5 minutes are then enough to reach the Latin Quarter. There you can visit the Pantheon, the Sorbonne church, the hotel de Cluny, the square and the Saint-Michel fountain. All of them are incomparable attractions in a village district of Paris.

The Luxembourg Gardens

Just a stone’s throw away, up the Boulevard Saint Michel, are the Luxembourg Gardens in the centre of Paris. The Palais du Luxembourg and the gardens were born of Marie de Medici’s desire to live in peace away from the Louvre.

Saint germain des Prés

While you’re here, take the opportunity to have a coffee in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Lose yourself in the luxury boutiques and numerous bookstores that have made its reputation…

Les Invalides

A few hundred metres further on is the Hôtel des Invalides. Which was the last residence of Napoleon Bonaparte, and is located 5 minutes walk from our 4-star hotel Paris Louvre… The circle is complete, now enjoy a well-deserved rest!