3 Star Hotel Porte de Versailles
Eiffel Tower - Parc des Expositions
- The private parking
- The proximity of the tramway
- The shows at the Palais des Sports
Pavillon Porte de Versailles
37, rue du Hameau
+33 (0)1 44 19 62 82
+33 (0)1 48 28 73 20
Metro & Bus
Porte de Versailles - Balard
Bus: PC and 80
Tramway T2 & T3
A front-row seat for the Zénith and the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre
This establishment offers the ideal formula for combining work and leisure activities. Located across from the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre and the Palais des Sports, the Pavillon Porte de Versailles’ location represents a very advantageous compromise.
The location of this city-unto-itself that the Exhibition Centre is allows you to be punctual and free of stress for your professional meetings.
And the Palais des Sports, the prized temple of concerts whose ingenious dome-shaped architecture features hundreds of aluminium panels, invites you to attend shows with thousands of spectators in attendance.
The hotel possesses major assets that allow guests to get around the capital quickly and easily: private parking, the tramway that brings you along the Boulevard des Maréchaux, as well as line 12 of the metro, formerly called the “Nord-Sud” line, traversing Paris vertically.
Breakfast: hot buffet & room service.
Dining: room service.
Parking nearby, satellite TV, mini-bar, safe, WIFI
Opposite the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre
Paris has always been a city of exhibitions. The Eiffel Tower is a prime witness of this, having been built in 1889 to last only for the duration of the World Exhibition! Today, the tradition continues, and Paris is a hub for international shows.
The Eiffel Tower was built for the World Exhibition of 1889. It crystallised French engineering know-how and metallurgic techniques. The French Revolution was to be commemorated by a giant symbol that would incarnate an entire culture reaching out to the rest of the world. The tower, 318 metres in height, would remain the tallest monument in the world until 1930 (Chrysler Building, 319 m, New York.)
The tower was hated by Parisians and owes its survival to the advent of the radio: Eiffel added radio transmitters to it. It’s worth going up the tower to enjoy the most beautiful view of Paris, and to have an evening meal at Alain Ducasse’s prestigious Jules Vernes restaurant.
The area nearby abounds in riches. The baroque Alexandre III Bridge will bring you to the Grand Palais, with its beautiful glass roof.
- The Saint-Germain District
- Place de la Concorde
- The Eiffel Tower
- Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre
How to get here
By car :
Parking: 4 covered parking spaces at the hotel
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 12: Porte de Versailles for direct access to Montparnasse, Saint Germain des Près, Place de la Concorde and the Grands Magasins
Line 8: Balard
PC and 80 for direct access to the Champs Elysées and the Eiffel Tower
T2 & T3: Parc des Expositions stop 20 metres away for direct access to l'Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou and l'Aquaboulevard.