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A summer at the 4-star hotel Cadran Paris 7.

Ideally located on the left bank in Paris 7th, just a few minutes walk from the Champ-de-Mars and the Eiffel Tower, the dial welcomes you to the heart of Paris, near many tourist sites, in its air-conditioned rooms equipped with free wifi. 

Cadran Hotel in summer, made-to-measure comfort!  

Our Paris 7 hotel rooms:

 W hetheryou are alone, with friends or family, from the standard room to the family room that can accommodate 5 people, the Hotel du Cadran is the ideal establishment for a memorable stay and access to many activities in Paris 7.

The services of our Paris 7 hotel

The hotel welcomes you in an atmosphere with unique architecture and modern design revolving around the theme of wine. You will find a large pleasant terrace, reserved exclusively for our customers. 

Accessible at any time of the day, you can relax there while enjoying a glass of wine, at your disposal at all times thanks to our self-service machine and in which you have a wide choice of great wines at your disposal. 

As soon as you wake up, you can enjoy a buffet breakfast in our room with vaulted ceiling. Hot and cold drinks, pastries, cereal bread and baguette, several varieties of cereals, fresh fruit salad, honey, jams and cold meats are offered to you every morning. 

24-hour reception, multilingual staff, spa and sauna, among others, complete the services available to you for an unforgettable stay this summer in our hotel in Paris 7.        

Hotel location:

Perfectly located at 10 rue du Champ-de-Mars in the 7tharrondissement of the capital, the hotel du Cadran allows you to visit Paris easily. Near the Ecole Militaire, the Grand Palais Éphémère, the Hôtel des Invalides, the Musée d’Orsay and the Musée de l’Armée, you have a great choice of tourist attractions and activities in Paris 7 for your summer holidays.   

Strolls on the quays of the Seine. 

Paris Beaches:

Every summer, the banks of the Seine and the Bassin de la Villette are transformed into seaside resorts. Since 2002, Paris Plages has been offering relaxation and leisure areas free of charge to Parisians and tourists during the heat of summer. 

Lawns, parasols and deckchairs, palm trees, cultural and sporting activities, but also of course swimming, there is everything you need to cool off and fully enjoy sunny days. The capital thus reveals its seaside charms all summer long near your hotel in Paris in the 7tharrondissement .

Bars & Restaurants on the banks of the Seine: 

A mongthe places you have to see, the Parc Rives de Seine, stretching from the Pont des Arts to the Eiffel Tower on the left bank and from the Léopold Sédar Senghor footbridge to the Bastille on the right bank is the summer meeting place. 

Another pleasant place, the contemporary brasserie Faust, located in a former naval warehouse of the Royal Guard under the Alexandre III bridge, has a large terrace open until 2 am. 

The barge Flow, port of Les Invalides, allows you to take advantage of its rooftop like discovering its terrace at the quay from April to October where you can have lunch, dinner, or even simply have a drink, and all this comfortably installed on a deckchair at the water’s edge. 

Another barge, the Rosa Bonheur sur Seine welcomes you throughout the summer for something to eat or just a drink. Installed in a barge, the Fluctuart museum, dedicated to urban art, offers you first of all a cultural experience, but also a moment of gourmet relaxation on its terrace.

You will also find, on the banks of the Seine, a choice of food-trucks where you can choose lunch according to your desires while enjoying the view of the most beautiful monuments of the city of light. Number of tourist attractions to do this summer near your hotel in Paris 7. 

Entertainment around our Hotel in Paris Eiffel Tower

On the port of La Rapée, you can join the Café Barge, a dancing bar-restaurant to go out to eat and treat yourself to a frenzied swing, or even take a trip to La Démesure sur Seine or Barapapa. 

Installed at the foot of the National Library of France – François-Mitterrand, the floating barge Petit Bain, known for its cultural activities and its concert hall, reveals its green terrace and bathtubs full of plants aquatic. 

You will also find a bar Restaurant. A perfect place for lunch while admiring the view of the Seine. In the quay area, between the Bercy and Tolbiac bridges, you will also find many other addresses by the water.

In the 15tharrondissement, near Parc André-Citroën, La Javelle has a resolutely guinguette spirit. Multicolored lanterns, large tables and a dance floor, the place offers a peaceful atmosphere during the day and a festive one at night.

Some food-trucks offer cuisines from around the world. What treat yourself to a great holiday this summer close to your hotel in Paris 7. 

Visit the museums of the 7tharrondissement

  • Musée du Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac: 

Inaugurated in 2006 by Jacques Chirac, the museum makes you discover the arts and civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas through its some 3,500 objects and works exhibited on the Tray of Collections. You can also enjoy a rich program of temporary exhibitions. A truly exceptional experience awaits you, with a two-hectare garden with free access, a real haven of greenery in the heart of Paris. 

You have the possibility of taking a break, close to your hotel in Paris 7, thanks to a catering offer offered by the Jacques café or the restaurant Les Ombres. Stop at the bookstore-boutique to keep an indelible memory of this trip.

  • Rodin Museum: 

Undoubtedly the greatest French sculptor, Rodin’s collections are exhibited in an 18th century private mansion located in the 7tharrondissement . Created thanks to the donation that Rodin made to the French State in 1916, the museum is installed in a place chosen by the artist himself and built in 1732. 

This magnificent private mansion was discovered in a state of near abandonment by Rodin in 1908. He rented the four rooms on the ground floor before occupying all of them from 1911 and preparing what would become the museum bearing his name on August 4, 1919.

  • Army Museum: 

It now houses around 500,000 works ranging from prehistory to the present day. Guardian of the tomb of Emperor Napoleon Iassigneeof the Saint-Louis des Invalides cathedral, its collections bring together ancient armor and weapons, artillery pieces and firearms, emblems and uniforms… 

You can also see rich iconographic funds made up of paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, photographs, printed and manuscript works, a collection of archaeological pieces, as well as ethnographic objects. 

  • Paris Sewer Museum: 

With its streets and traffic, it is a city under the city. Dive into the bowels of Paris and explore its hidden side, discover the history of this network of 2,600 km of galleries through which some 300 million cubic meters of wastewater and rainwater pass each year and whose operation , despite being designed more than a century ago, remains totally modern and up to date.   

The monuments of the left bank.

Eiffel Tower: 

With its 330 meters high, antennas included, it occupies the northwest end of the Champ-de-Mars park on the banks of the Seine in the 7tharrondissementof Paris. Built in just two years by Gustave Eiffel for the Universal Exhibition of 1889, it celebrated the centenary of the French Revolution at the time. 

An essential tourist site when visiting the capital and close to your hotel in Paris 7 for this summer, it has become the symbol of the capital and, since its opening, has welcomed more than 300 million visitors.


Covering an area of ​​25 hectares, the Champ-de-Mars makes you enjoy its abundant and exceptional greenery. You can admire some hundred-year-old trees there, which are among the oldest in the capital, such as white mulberry, pterocarya, Palaquium or Himalayan parrotia. 

It has many leisure facilities to the delight of children: two kindergartens, a merry-go-round, pony rides and a puppet theatre. Something to please the little ones this summer near your hotel in Paris 7.  


Built in the 17thcenturyduring the reign of Louis XIV, the monument is recognizable from afar thanks to its golden dome. Composed of a large main courtyard, rectilinear buildings and a Church, the former soldiers’ quarters are nowadays occupied by the various museums which surround the main courtyard.