3 Star Hotel Paris Palais des Congrès
Batignolles - Parc Monceau - Palais des Congrès
- Enjoying a cup of coffee in the inner courtyard
- Rue de Lévis, for the many food shops
Pavillon Villiers Etoile
6, rue Lebouteux
+33 (0)1 40 53 05 05
+33 (0)1 40 53 05 06
Metro & Bus:
Villiers (metro lines 2 and 3)
Bus: lines 30 & 53
A patio and the atmosphere of a village between the Champs Elysées and Montmartre
The 17th arrondissement is a cross-section of city atmospheres. They can be sensible and elegant, with long tree-lined avenues, bordered by Haussmann-style buildings, or impart a small-village feel in more intimate neighbourhoods.
Rue de Lévis, in particular, bustles with activity every day with a very popular market and a concentration of food businesses.
The very practical location of Pavillon Villiers Etoile, between Parc Monceau and Étoile, allows guests to not only enjoy the life of the district, but also to easily access the rest of the city. Designed with practicality in mind, the establishment provides the comfort guests are seeking for working or relaxing.
The quality bedding promises restful nights of sleep in rooms that are perfectly soundproof.
When the weather turns nicer, the small inner courtyard becomes a terrace, a perfect spot to sit and enjoy a coffee in the morning or a cocktail at day’s end.
Breakfast: buffet & room service.
2 rooms accessible for the disabled and wheelchair-bound
Mini-bar, safe, WIFI
Édouard Manet and Henri Fantin-Latour immortalized les Batignolles, the windmill district, in the 19th century. Since that time, even if Parc Monceau’s tender foliage remains, there’s no denying that the district now incarnates a contemporary version of Paris.
In the shadows of the famous Théâtre Hébertot with its proscenium stage, construction companies have been plying their trade for 150 years. This hasn’t prevented the Batignolles district from cultivating the spirit of a distinctive village, a feeling strengthened by the many good restaurants, such as the Bistrot des Dames, la Gaieté Cosaque, l'Agapé, le Rech or les Puces des Batignolles. This district, still a work in progress, will house the new Tribunal de Grande Instance de Paris (Paris regional court) in a skyscraper, and abounds in fascinating places, such as the Square des Batignolles, with its grottos and waterfalls, among other sights to see.
There are numerous art galleries waiting to be discovered, such as le Costaud des Batignolles on the Rue Brochant or l'Atelier de Kej.
Crazy Horse Offer
- The Pigalle District
How to get here
By train :
Gare de Lyon for TGVs coming from the South
Gare du Nord: TGV Nord, Thalys, Eurostar
Gare Montparnasse: TGV Atlantique
Gare de l'Est: TGV Est
Metro and bus :
Line 2: Villiers (with stops at Champs Elysées & Pigalle)
Line 3: Villiers (stop at Grands Magasins)
Lines 30 & 53