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This summer, book a hotel with spa in Paris

Visiting Paris is often a journey in which you lose count of the number of steps you take and the number of kilometers you cover. So, at the end of the day, you’re happy to relax in comfortable accommodation. But why not make the most of it, by booking a spa hotel in Paris? Discover what the Hotel du Cadran has to offer.


Cadran, a spa hotel in Paris ideal for a successful summer vacation

What could be more pleasant, after a hot day of sightseeing and discovery, than to pamper yourself and relax? The Hotel du Cadran is specially designed to help you relax, with comfortable, fully-equipped rooms. But it’s above all the wellness area that will let you let go and recharge your batteries between two days of sightseeing. Our hotel is definitely one of the best spa hotels in Paris.

Sheltered from the hustle and bustle of Paris, the 4-star hotel invites you to join us in Building 2, where a spa & well-being area awaits you for a few hours of bliss in a veritable bubble of serenity. From 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., with prior booking, you’ll have access to treatment cabins, including a daylight sauna and Jacuzzi with whirlpool bath.


Parisian spa hotels must be of the highest quality. The Hotel Spa du Cadran is no exception. It’s an establishment of the highest standard, offering you an unforgettable stay in Paris. Each room features a private bathroom, top-of-the-range bedding and top-quality services, all in an intimate, modern setting in the heart of Paris’s 7th arrondissement. Making Le Cadran one of the finest hotels in Paris.


Your summer in Paris’ 7th arrondissement

The Hotel Spa du Cadran offers you the ideal conditions to be in top form during your days of sightseeing in Paris. Here’s your chance to discover the 7th arrondissement.

Paris 7: museums and historical monuments

Paris is a city with a rich cultural heritage. With its museums and prestigious monuments, the 7th arrondissement is a delightful concentration of the capital’s finest features.

  • The Eiffel Tower: over 320 metres high, the Iron Lady is one of Paris’ must-sees. Climb to the top of this iconic monument, and treat yourself to a unique experience, with a panoramic view of the City of Light;
  • The Palais Bourbon: on the Quai d’Orsay, the Palais Bourbon is a former princely palace. Today, this 18th-century building houses the French National Assembly, as well as a vast collection of works by the painter Eugène Delacroix ;
  • Musée d’Orsay: built on the site of a major railway station, the Musée d’Orsay retains its typical architecture and today houses the world’s largest collection of Impressionist works;
  • Hôtel National des Invalides: home to the Musée de l’Armée, Napoleon’s tomb, the Musée de l’Ordre de la Libération and the Musée des Plans-Reliefs, the famous dome of the Hôtel National des Invalides has retained its original vocation as a hospice and hospital for French soldiers.

Walking areas in the 7th arrondissement of Paris

Bordering the left bank of the Seine, the 7th arrondissement is a district rich in historic sites, but it’s also a great place for a stroll. Whether along the wide avenues or in the parks, there’s no shortage of opportunities for a stroll.

Then head to the Champ-de-Mars park, at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. This 24.5-hectare park is one of the largest green spaces in Paris. Bordered by the École Militaire, it offers the ideal setting for a picnic on the vast lawns, or a stroll along the alleys.

On the Invalides side, the esplanade des Invalides is also a great place for a stroll. Stroll down to the quays of the Seine, to reach the Alexandre III bridge.

The quays of the Seine are a popular area for strolling, particularly the Quai d’Orsay. Finally, if you prefer small, intimate parks, head for the Catherine Labouré garden.

Paris 7: a district of gastronomy and luxury

Lovers of fashion and luxury will have a field day shopping in Paris 7, thanks to the many boutiques on the shopping streets. You’ll love the luxury boutiques on Rue de Grenelle, or at Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche.

And in between stores, treat yourself to the many culinary specialties of La Grande Épicerie de Paris, or indulge in a little gourmet pleasure at Foucher Chocolaterie or Angelina. If your appetite is much more ferocious, visit the gourmet boutiques and restaurants of Pierre Hermé, Thierry Marx or Anne-Sophie Pic. For a more relaxed atmosphere, the restaurants and bistros on Rue Cler, just a stone’s throw from the Hotel Spa du Cadran, will immerse you in a lively, convivial atmosphere.


Do you dream of spending a vacation in Paris, in a beautiful hotel with a spa? Immerse yourself in the precious intimacy of the Hôtel du Cadran’s wellness area, and enjoy the gentle atmosphere with its delicious scents of essential oils, before setting off on new adventures in Paris.