A busy schedule!

A busy schedule!

Each season in Paris brings its share of events. Although a lot of attention is currently focused on the deadline for the Paris 2024 Summer Olympic Games, many other happenings await you in the capital, particularly during the current autumn season. Read on to discover some of these must-sees...


An enticing cultural schedule

Among the autumn exhibitions not to be missed is ‘Treasury of Notre-Dame Cathedral’, hosted by the Louvre. From October 18th, the most precious artifacts from the world-famous holy building, including relics such as the Crown of Thorns and the Wood of the Holy Cross, are being exhibited at the museum before returning to their sacred place when the restoration of the cathedral is completed. You can also be among the first to discover, in mid-October, the new Musée National de la Marine (National Maritime Museum) which will reopen its doors after seven years of renovations. The collections are as rich as ever but will now be highlighted by a new museography and an entirely redesigned and modernised architecture.


And trade fairs

Paris hosts numerous trade fairs of international importance. For professionals and enthusiasts alike, don't miss the Foire d’Automne, a shopping paradise for home, fashion and leisure. The end of October will also be marked, as always, by the Salon du Chocolat. This celebration of all things cocoa and chocolate has become an autumn essential. These two trade fairs take place at Paris Expo, a few minutes from the Hotel Vice Versa. Finally, the Photo Salon at the Grande Halle de la Villette invites you to discover all the technical and artistic facets, trends and new developments of the art of photography.


The various establishments of the Compagnie Hôtelière de Bagatelle, full of character and charm, are located in the most exciting districts of Paris. They give you the opportunity to make the most of all the events happening in the capital. Book today! 


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Compagnie Hôtelière de Bagatelle, a collection of unique boutique hotels in Paris