Hotel Impérial is near Notre Dame de Lorette church, in the centre of Paris. Visit the church, with its Roman columns, for a little breathing space away from the busiest parts of town. Then move onto Rue des Martyrs which runs through a typical Parisian neighbourhood, dotted with small, independent shops and trendy cafes. The relaxed, laid back atmosphere of this part of town makes it a great place to kick back and relax before or after excursions into town.
Opéra Garnier is a stunning example of the elegance and beauty which Paris has cultivated since the end of the 19th century. This majestic, towering building has inspired many other opera houses throughout the world. Discover its baroque interiors at a show, or on a heritage open day.discover
The wide, famous Boulevard Haussmann, is home to the Grands Magasins. Right next to one another, Printemps and Galeries Lafayette constantly vie for attention with their window displays. They offer a vast range of clothes, accessories and other luxury goods. At Christmas, the window displays present magical scenes for the delight of children and grown-ups alike.discover
Your hotel near Opéra, in the 9th arrondissement is the ideal place to set off from to discover this neighbourhood full of classic Parisian charm. The pretty little streets alone are worth the visit. You will come across delightful squares such as St Georges and majestic churches like Trinité along the way.discover
Many Parisian monuments hardly need an introduction: alongside the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and Sacré Coeur, the city is home to countless museums and attractions. Just outside Paris, there is plenty to visit too: the famous Palace of Versailles is a destination not to be missed in the Paris region. At Marne-la-Vallée, Disneyland Paris is a popular destination, and well worth taking the time to explore.discover