“It is not later than three in the morning, nothing at roof-level is yet beginning to pale. By reason of there being a lamp on every pillar I could count the number of arches along the Palais-Royal from here”.
Colette

“It is not later than three in the morning, nothing at roof-level is yet beginning to pale. By reason of there being a lamp on every pillar I could count the number of arches along the Palais-Royal from here”.
Colette

THE HOTEL
Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal
With rare views of the Jardin du Palais Royal, this Pierre-Yves Rochon-designed hotel is an ode to flora: with fresh plants, a palette of light greens and powdery pinks, as well as a winter-garden vibe in exquisite Le Lulli.
THE HOTEL
Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal
With rare views of the Jardin du Palais Royal, this Pierre-Yves Rochon-designed hotel is an ode to flora: with fresh plants, a palette of light greens and powdery pinks, as well as a winter-garden vibe in exquisite Le Lulli.
THE EXPERIENCE
Palais Royal

The Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal is an oasis of tranquillity amidst the hustle and bustle of central Paris. Just across the road and hidden behind the colonnades of the Galerie d’Orléans is the Jardin du Palais Royal.

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This exquisitely manicured garden is simply magnifique – and the only garden in Paris designated “remarkable” by the French Ministry of Culture. On a pleasant day, pack your pétanque and picnic (supplied by the hotel, bien sûr!) and indulge in a few games whilst savouring some wine and cheese.

Suitably relaxed (or energised), it’s now time to explore some of the quartier’s many cultural attractions. Place Colette is around the corner and houses the famous La Comédie Française, the oldest active theatre in the world. Kiosque des Noctambules is also close by and must be one of the most original metro station entrances. Wander down to Galerie Vivienne and admire the intricate mosaic-tiled floor and glass-domed rotunda, a standout amongst Paris’s beautiful covered passageways. Another of our favourite spots is the nearby Place des Victoires, dominated by a statue of the Sun King Louis XIV on horseback. If you’re feeling peckish, choose between numerous small bistros, or for a more regal appetite, indulge in the gourmet experience at the iconic Le Grand Véfour, which is proud owner of three Michelin stars.

Of course, the Louvre is just a stone’s throw away. A visit to the City of Lights wouldn’t be complete without paying respect to the wonders under (and around) the famous glass pyramid. Spend an hour, or a lifetime, mesmerised by its masterpieces, and contemplate the beauty of human artistic endeavour over a coffee or glass of bubbles at Café Marly.

For those with fashion on the mind, the renowned Rue Sainte-Honoré and Saint-Germain-des-Prés are just across the River Seine. For those looking for a special little something, the Palais Royal family will happily let you in on their hidden shopping gems.

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THE EXPERIENCE
Palais Royal
The Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal is an oasis of tranquillity amidst the hustle and bustle of central Paris. Just across the road and hidden behind the colonnades of the Galerie d’Orléans is the Jardin du Palais Royal.

READ MORE

This exquisitely manicured garden is simply magnifique – and the only garden in Paris designated “remarkable” by the French Ministry of Culture. On a pleasant day, pack your pétanque and picnic (supplied by the hotel, bien sûr!) and indulge in a few games whilst savouring some wine and cheese.

Suitably relaxed (or energised), it’s now time to explore some of the quartier’s many cultural attractions. Place Colette is around the corner and houses the famous La Comédie Française, the oldest active theatre in the world. Kiosque des Noctambules is also close by and must be one of the most original metro station entrances. Wander down to Galerie Vivienne and admire the intricate mosaic-tiled floor and glass-domed rotunda, a standout amongst Paris’s beautiful covered passageways. Another of our favourite spots is the nearby Place des Victoires, dominated by a statue of the Sun King Louis XIV on horseback. If you’re feeling peckish, choose between numerous small bistros, or for a more regal appetite, indulge in the gourmet experience at the iconic Le Grand Véfour, which is proud owner of three Michelin stars.

Of course, the Louvre is just a stone’s throw away. A visit to the City of Lights wouldn’t be complete without paying respect to the wonders under (and around) the famous glass pyramid. Spend an hour, or a lifetime, mesmerised by its masterpieces, and contemplate the beauty of human artistic endeavour over a coffee or glass of bubbles at Café Marly.

For those with fashion on the mind, the renowned Rue Sainte-Honoré and Saint-Germain-des-Prés are just across the River Seine. For those looking for a special little something, the Palais Royal family will happily let you in on their hidden shopping gems.

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Evelina Conti services for luxury boutique hotels include sales and business development, partnerships, brand management, PR, communications & content strategy.