The heart of Paris surrounds the Ile Saint-Louis

The Hotel Jeu de Paume is located on the only street which runs along practically the entire length of the Ile St Louis. The street has an almost country village feel, where time has stood still, providing tourists and visitors with a pleasant and cultured haven amid the bustle of Paris.


The capital in colours

As a starting point for some of the finest cultural urban tourism in the world, Hotel Jeu de Paume is a stone's throw from the legendary Notre Dame Cathedral, the not to be missed Marais district and the very beautiful Institute of the Arab World, referred to as IMA by the locals. Close by the Musée d’Orsay, the busy area of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Sainte-Chapelle, the Parc du Luxembourg, the Louvre and the Place des Vosges provide a kaleidoscopic view of the capital.




Access to the Notre Dame Cathedral is not for the moment, but before the end of the works and the reopening of this emblematic place of the capital, FlyView Paris offers you the possibility of a breathtaking virtual tour.

This company offers a 360° immersion in the Cathedral which is currently inaccessible.

You will be able to enter Notre Dame to admire its beauty before the fire and live a unique experience.

The proposed tour allows you to see the beauty of the place and the devastation of the fire with spectacular images filmed in "before and after". You will then become aware of the extent of the disaster, and above all of the challenge that remains to be accomplished to "save" Notre-Dame.

Produced by the Targo studio, the virtual reality experience was designed from real images filmed in 360 video a few months before the fire, and then in December 2019 as close as possible to the destruction. To bring visitors into the most visited monument in Paris, which has been inaccessible since the fire on 15 April 2019, the production team obtained exceptional authorisation to access the interior of the destroyed cathedral. The images were taken by drone and by rover, a remote-controlled machine made indispensable by the lead contamination.

A great experience to share with your family!


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The exhibition Yves Saint Laurent Au Musées is extended at the Musée du Louvres and Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris until 19 September 2022.

Discover FABULA the ephemeral restaurant of the Carnavalet Museum

Discovering the History of Paris Carnavalet Museum, a dive into the history of the city

LOULOU Paris is the unmissable restaurant this summer!.

Enjoy a view of the city of Paris from the rooftop!

Hadrien Chocolatier opens a shop close to the Hotel du Jeu de Paume

For the first time in fifty years, the Master of Art Nouveau ANTONI GAUDI is exhibiting in France!

It is at the Musée d'Orsay near the Hotel du Jeu de Paume that you can discover or rediscover this extraordinary artist.

A new pastry shop on Ile Saint Louis, just a two-minute walk from the Hôtel du Jeu De Paumes!

Come and discover the stars in the center of Paris in one of the oldest universities in the world.


When it rains and it's grey, there are still amazing things to do and see in Paris. 

In Paris, in sync with spring and the first rays of the sun, we see rooftops bar blooming. Let's discover the ideal places to enjoy every ray of sunshine and an incomparable view of the capital.


The departmental domain of Sceaux had as first owner Colbert, the minister of Louis XIV. It is a museum and a magnificent wooded park at the gates of Paris. 

Permanent exhibitions are free all year round. In Paris there is no excuse to avoid museums. 

You are invited to follow a complementary journey between the Centre Pompidou and the Bourse du Commerce Pinault Collection. The two exhibitions started on February 16 and will end respectively on June 6 for the Bourse Pinault and on June 20 for the Centre Pompidou. 

The Musée du Luxembourg has finally reopened its doors on March 2 for the exhibition Pioneers.

These two immersive exhibitions began on February 18 and will end on January 2, 2023.

Find the best veggie addresses in the capital to slow down on meat and live an incredible gustatory experience.


The Carnavalet Museum recounting the history of Paris invites you to discover it from the point of view of the famous writer.

From January 15 to December 21, 2022, you will discover a virtual reality exhibition retracing the history of the Cathedrals from its creation to the present day.

An expression of the emotion caused by the fire of the cathedral by children between the ages of 4 and 16.

At the age of 26, on January 29, 1962, Yves Saint-Laurent presented his first collection in his own name.

An exhibition until the 20th of February 2022 retracing the History of Cartier and their inspiration.

The Hotel de la Marine opened its doors to the public in June 2021. Walk through the doors of this former Royal storage palace located on Place de la Concorde. It was in 1798 that this building found a new function, it became the seat of the Ministry of the Navy for more than 2 centuries.


The first Sunday in January marks the start of the Galette des Rois season, come and discover its history.

Come discover the history of the great popular French success of the Prisunic brand from December 2 to May 15 in Paris.

Winter is synonymous with night falling earlier and earlier in Paris. It is then the occasion to go out and discover the city which shines of thousand fires, through strolls between windows and Christmas illuminations!

This famous bridge, symbol of romantic Paris, is a must-see during a visit to the capital!

Discover today the history of its construction.

The 2024 Olympic Games will be held in Paris, and while waiting for the start of the world competition, we finally know the different locations of the events within the capital. Discover the different sites !

Subtitled "Paris-Athens, Birth of Modern Greece", the Louvre Museum invites us to rediscover the unique culture and identity of this country, its evolution throughout history, and its important links with France. From September 30, 2021 to February 7, 2022.

To celebrate the reopening of restaurants in Paris, we continue with a sharing of future gastronomic discoveries...

If you've ever been to the Time Out Market in Lisbon or the Camden street food market in London, you've probably been pining over the aisles of diverse culinary concepts on offer. We have good news: Paris will finally have its own food court!

The progressive deconfinement in France that began on 19 May signals the return of our moments of culinary pleasure in restaurants. Gastronomy is one of the major components of “the French art of living”. Indeed, you only have to walk through the narrow streets of the Île Saint-Louis or elsewhere to realise the cultural culinary wealth of Paris!

Since March, small silhouettes have appeared in the Opéra metro station, where lines 3, 7 and 8 of the Paris metro meet and which serve the historic and prestigious Opéra Garnier.

The Galleria Continua Paris, an art gallery / coffee shop / grocery shop never seen before in Paris, is finally open on rue du Temple in the 3rd arrondissement !

The beautiful Jacquemart-André museum offers us a marvelous retrospective of the most magnificent works of Sandro Botticelli.

Not to be missed, from September 10, 2021 to January 24, 2022 !

Unfortunately closed to the public since November, the magnificent sculpture garden is open again !

Around the corner of the Quinze-Vingt district, in the 12th arrondissement, do not miss this pretty Parisian street of 144 meters, and discover its history and crazy anecdotes !

For this new year, the Arab World Institute offers us a magnificent exhibition, "Divas, from Oum Kalthoum to Dalida", paying homage to the great artists of Arab music and cinema.

From January 27, 2021 to July 25, 2021

This joint exhibition, presented simultaneously at the Rodin Museum and at the Picasso-Rodin National Museum, will introduce you to many unexpected proximity between these two famous artists.

From February 9, 2021 to January 2, 2022

Need to go back to the countryside ? See you in the 20th arrondissement, in a small unusual and unique district in Paris !

Located on the right bank of the Seine and a 15-minutes walk from the Hotel du Jeu de Paume, the most historical district of Paris invites you for a stroll to go back in time and discover its history.

Escape to the most magical time of the year in Paris !

City of lights, and especially on Christmas, Paris is dressed with its beautiful decorations ! Les Champs-Elysées and Les Grands Magasins are on time and ready to welcome you to escape for a day (or more) in their most beautiful Christmas decorations. 

Overview of the essentials to see:

Around the hotel and for a stroll, discover a wide variety of markets, perfect for discovering regional products, having lunch outdoors, or finding little treasures to take home !

Come and recharge your batteries at "la petite ceinture", the small belt ! A peaceful place where nature has taken back its rights in the heart of Paris. A walk that is over 32 kilometers long and which will make the day of joggers, walkers and photographers.

Most of Parisian museums, although currently closed, are still allowing us to have access to  their collections and exhibitions ! Thanks to their websites, applications, youtube channel ... You will find everything you need to visit these wonders of Paris while staying safe at home !

This former King's garden now welcomes you for one of the best walks in Paris ! Visit its different gardens, its large greenhouse, learn more about botany, discover the magnificent National Museum of Natural History, the amazing zoo, as well as numerous temporary exhibitions !

The Coulée Verte, or Promenade Plantée, a 4km walk linking Bastille to the Château de Vincennes, will allow you to cross all of the east side of Paris, while disconnecting for a moment from the city to enjoy the nature and the calm and peaceful atmosphere that this magnificent trail offers !

You will discover beautiful gardens, a long footbridges, a wagon, vestige of the line, a tunnel...

A perfect walk for a beautiful sunny Sunday !

A small islet with the atmosphere of a little historic and independent village, Île Saint Louis stands out for its architecture, its tranquility, and its sumptuous mansions.

Discover our guide to visit the surroundings of the hotel and discover the little hidden treasures that abound on this small island of barely 11 hectares !

A stroll through the Albert-Kahn collections will allow you to explore Paris at the start of the 20th century, during what was called “La Belle Epoque”, the good old days, and its incredible transformation into the Paris of nowadays.

At the Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine, from September 16, 2020 to January 11, 2021 !

As part of Paris Fashion Week 2020, the Palais Galliera, the Paris Fashion Museum, reopens its doors and pays tribute to one of the greatest designers in the history of fashion: Gabrielle Chanel !

From October 1st, 2020 to March 14th, 2021.

Winter is approaching, the cold is returning, this is then the perfect excuse to rediscover the capital's most emblematic tea houses !

We were all waiting for it, it is finally here : the Centre Pompidou pays tribute to the famous painter Henri Matisse through a new exhibition, from October 21, 2020 to February 22, 2021, on the occasion of the artist's 150th birthday !

The most important one dedicated to the artist, since the exhibition organized in 1970 at the Grand Palais. Don't miss the opportunity to discover the fabulous Matissian story !

Come and discover in a playful and spectacular way the history of Paris and one of its most beautiful monuments: the Hotel des Invalides.

Despite the current health and social conditions, the Nuit des Invalides has been maintained for an 8th edition, which will delight sound and light show lovers.

Just a few steps from our charming Jeu de Paume hotel, we can only encourage you to visit the Arab World Institute. 

Coming to Paris means visiting the great museums and prestigious avenues. But we would like you to discover a more Parisian place, a shop that is dear to us, the shop that represents the Parisian spirit to perfection. 

This place is the house by Nad Yuht. What's this place? 

The heat and good weather are coming to Paris! To take advantage of this wonderful weather, we have concocted a nice little list of the most pleasant Parisian addresses where you can swim, stroll and sunbathe!

If you are a cinema lover, this article is for you! Summer is here, enjoy it and discover the open-air cinemas. You'll see that after this experience, you'll never want to go back to the classic movie theaters! 

Meat lovers, this article is for you! We have put together for you the best barbecues in the capital, all you have to do is choose and book!

The next few days are going to be sunny! It's time to discover or (re)discover the best parks in the capital! 

Life in Paris is slowly getting back to normal, cinemas, restaurants, parks are reopening, and new establishments are appearing! The team of the hotel du Jeu Paume has gathered for you all the little news of this week not to be missed in Paris. 

Only 1 minute walk from the Hôtel du Jeu de Paume, the Maison Berthillon is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 8pm non-stop

After several months of closure, the most visited museum in Paris will welcome you back at the beginning of July! 

After two months of confinement, life gradually returns to normal thanks to the reopening of leisure areas such as sports halls, swimming pools and cinemas.

Today Parisian restaurants with terraces are reopening their doors! Enjoy the arrival of the beautiful days, accompanied by your glass of rosé!

After long months locked up at home, let yourself be carried away into a new world! 

Book now and discover the four new exhibitions of L'Atelier des Lumières! Located in the 11th arrondissement, in a fully restored 19th century foundry, L'Atelier des Lumières offers you exhibitions projected on the floor and on walls over 10 meters high.

Even if the confinement is over, some public places remain closed but don't panic, many virtual tours are online!  

Even if the deconfinement is over, restaurants and bars remain closed but don't lose hope, many of them offer take-away food. 

We've all thought about it every day for the past two months: What would I do once I could get out? Well, only a few more days to go back to a (almost) normal life!

We have created for you: The list of your desires

From April 27th, the Notre-Dame construction site will gradually resume. Can this announcement mean a return to activity in France? 

We have concocted a number of activities just for you to do at home! During this unprecedented period, don't get bored, there are different ways to pass the time.

Use your time wisely and (re)discover 324,926 works of art online. The museums of Paris offer you different categories of offers.

The Louvre Museum, which had temporarily closed its doors last weekend due to the health and social conditions affecting the planet, is organizing a night event this Saturday, April 4, 2020!

Located only a twenty-minute walk from our hotel, the Louvre Museum is obviously a must when you come to Paris.  Why not jump on this occasion if you are present in April to discover the museum and its works at night!

Book your weekend of February 29th now!

To end the month in beauty, come and explore the themes of the body and well-being around the world!

For two days, the Musée du Quai Branly offers many free activities for adults and children, as part of the "Helena Rubinstein" exhibition The collection of Madam".

Paris, capital of fashion, but not only, ranked fourth on the world art market, Paris also abounds in numerous galleries!

The wine museum located in the heart of Paris welcomes you from Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm. Enjoy tasting courses, the restaurant and the museum.

The wine museum offers you a rich collection of more than 2000 objects on the culture of the vine and wine, which honors all the people who have worked to produce world famous wines.

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