Hotel Close to Parc des Princes

The Hôtel Paris Boulogne**** in the west of Paris is moments away from many tourist attractions, whether you’re on a business trip or sightseeing as a couple or with your family.

Unmissable nearby attractions include:

Roland Garros
The Roland Garros stadium is just a 20-minute walk from the hotel and is just 10 minutes away by car. This sports complex has 24 tennis courts, including 3 central courts. Built in 1928 to host the final of the Davis Cup, it has been home to the annual Roland Garros tournament since then.

Albert Kahn museum and gardens

The Albert Kahn museum and gardens are 5 minutes’ walk from the hotel and feature temporary and permanent exhibitions of Albert Kahn’s collections. The gardens cover 4 hectares and include an eclectic variety of botanical gardens. Stroll around the French style garden, the Japanese garden, the English garden and the miniature forest inspired by the Vosges region: get away from it all, just minutes from the Hotel Paris Boulogne.

Parc des Princes

The Parc des Princes, Paris Saint Germain’s legendary stadium, is just a 30-minute walk or 10-minute drive from the hotel. In addition to PSG’s matches, the Parc des Princes hosts international matches and is an incredible concert venue.

Bois de Boulogne

A breath of fresh air in the west of Paris, the Bois de Boulogne is perfect for anyone who loves walking or running in the great outdoors.

Musée Renault

Come and learn about this iconic French car brand’s history and its technological advances within the automotive industry. The Musée Renault can be found in a grand townhouse at 27 rue des Abondances. The museum is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and by reservation for groups of more than 10 people.

La Seine Musicale

La Seine Musicale is a new cultural destination on the Ile Seguin, in the heart of Greater Paris. This architecturally unique venue is dedicated to music with its Auditorium, its Grande Seine concert hall and its Studios Riffx. 

The Palace of Versailles

A symbol of the pomp of French royalty, the seventeenth century architectural gem of the Palace of Versailles and its gardens are among the most famous monuments in the world. In all, the Palace of Versailles, its park, gardens and the Petit Trianon cover some 800 hectares.