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St Honoré Paris in Paris
Kimpton St Honoré Paris

Our Opera District Paris Destination

THE PERFECT BASE TO EXPLORE

Embark on Adventure in Paris

From our privileged perch in the heart of Paris, at the edge of both the elegant 9th arrondissement and the eclectic 2nd arrondissement, Kimpton St. Honor Paris is minutes from the city’s top attractions. We’re a short walk from the famed Louvre, rue du Faubourg St Honoré (widely considered one of the most fashionable streets in the world) and the Tuileries Garden. We’re also just a 5-minute stroll to the Opera Metro Station, where you can catch a train that will carry you to iconic sights like the Arc de Triomphe (7-minute ride), The Centre Pompidou (15-minute ride), and the Eiffel Tower (25-minute ride). From museums and gardens to incredible Parisian restaurants and even the Palace of Versailles, our hotel is the perfect home base for any Paris itinerary. And when you’re ready to unwind, you can return to the hotel and head up to our rooftop bar offering 360-degree views of Central Paris and relax as the city hums with life below.

Tuileries Garden

Rue de Rivoli, Paris, 75001

Stretching between Place de la Concorde and the Louvre Museum, the gravelled alleyways of the gardens, named after the tile factories that stood here in the Middle-Ages, have been chic promenades ever since. They opened to the public in the 16th century. Every year, between mid-June and mid-August, a fun fair is held in the gardens. The area is much appreciated by morning joggers, and by families for its playgrounds and ponds.

Arc de Triomphe

Place Charles de Gaulle, Paris, 75008

Originally intended as a memorial commemorating Napoleon's victories, the world's most famous triumphal arch now houses the tomb of the unknown soldier. Standing 164 feet high, it lies at the head of the Champs-Elysees, and paves the road to La Defense. This monument is the 6th most visited in Paris.

Château de Versailles

Place d'Armes, Versailles, 78000

Centuries of makeovers have made Versailles the best known and most sumptuously clad château in the world - a veritable bouquet of over-the-top brilliance, and an absolute must see. It was built under court architects Le Vaux and Mansart between 1662 and 1690, on the order of King Louis XIV, also known as the "Sun King". It was inhabited by the King and his court in 1682. During the summer, on Sundays, enjoy a great musical fountain show through the gardens.

Musée d'Orsay

1 rue de la Légion d'Honneur, Paris, 75007

his Beaux-Arts station, built for the Exposition Universelle of 1900, was saved from demolition to become the Musee d'Orsay, devoted to the pivotal period between 1848 and 1914. Nowadays, more than 4,000 works, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, and furniture, are exhibited in over 45,000 square meters. Cut the queues by purchasing your tickets at the Concierge desk.

Musée du Louvre

Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre, Paris, 75001

One of the world's most important art collections, including the Venus de Milo, the winged Victory of Samothrace and the Mona Lisa. Cut the queues by purchasing your tickets at the Concierge desk.

Opéra Garnier

Angle Rue Scribe and Rue Auber, Paris, 75009

Ordered by Napoleon III, and designed by Garnier in 1862, the Opera Garnier is one of Paris's most impressive and luxurious buildings. This architectural marvel draws visitors for performances and admiration alike. The Opera houses occasional operas and is the home to France's national ballet.

Sainte-Chapelle

4 Boulevard du Palais, Paris, 75001

Sheer architectural mastery, this beautiful church was commissioned by Louis IX in 1248, in which to keep his rather dubious collection of religious relics. Almost every evening at 7:00pm and 9:00pm, you can enjoy a nice classical concert . The chapel has outstanding acoustic qualities and the ambiance is very special.

The Eiffel Tower

Avenue Gustave Eiffel, Paris, 75007

Built for the World's Fair of 1899, the Eiffel Tower was the world's tallest building until 1931. Now the symbol of Paris, it is also its most visited monument with over 6 million visitors per year. It sparkles for 10 minutes every hour from sundown to 1:00am. The only way to buy tickets in advance and avoid the queue is to purchase its on internet to the Eiffel Tower's website.

Musée Rodin

79 rue de Varenne, Paris, 75007

A museum but also a relaxing walk in a garden with magnificent works of art.

Montmartre

Paris, 75018

Montmartre is a district full of authentic charm, famous for the Sacré-Coeur basilica and a magnificent view of Paris. After visiting the basilica, visitors enjoy strolling around this historic area: there is Place du Tertre and its famous caricaturists, the Espace Dalí, the Montmartre grapevines ,the cabaret du Lapin Agile, the Musée Montmartre… The walk continues down to the world famous Moulin Rouge cabaret.

Kimpton St Honoré Paris

27-29 Boulevard des Capucines
Paris 75002 France

+33 1 80407610
reservations@kimptonsthonoreparis.com