Easter in Paris

Easter in Paris

The first of the long spring weekends, Easter offers the perfect excuse to get away from it all. Why not take the opportunity to discover all the treasures of Paris during this period of tasty treats? Make the most of it by booking a stay in one of the six establishments of the Compagnie Hôtelière de Bagatelle…


A chocolate-themed break

Gluttony is certainly not a big sin and it's time to give in to it, as the Hotel Vice Versa of the Compagnie Hôtelière de Bagatelle invites you to do! For Easter, book a Gluttony room in this establishment designed around the Seven Deadly Sins. From there, you can set out to discover the Easter creations of the best Parisian chocolatiers. Visit, for example, Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse or the Maison Le Nôtre for sumptuous treats. Or you might prefer to visit the classic department stores such as Galeries Lafayette, Bon Marché or Samaritaine, each of which offer assortments from the finest chocolatiers.


Your Easter weekend in Paris

If you’re in Paris with your partner, why not take advantage of the mild air and explore the parks and gardens of the capital, such as the Jardin des Tuileries a few minutes from the Roch Hotel & Spa or the Parc André Citroën and its water mirrors near the Platine Hotel? On holiday with your children? We hope that, with the relaxation of the pandemic precautions, the traditional annual Easter egg hunts will take place this year... The teams of the Compagnie Hôtelière de Bagatelle hotels will give you all the necessary information on the subject. And you can always take advantage of the workshops offered by Choco Story, the interactive museum dedicated to chocolate that is just a three-minute walk from your Hotel Les Théâtres…

Spring, and in particular the Easter weekend, is an ideal time to enjoy Paris. Book your stay in one of our six boutique hotels in Paris, located right in the midst of the fun and excitement. Delicious experiences await you!


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