THE MONCEAU NEIGHBOURHOOD

VISIT PARC MONCEAU, BATIGNOLLES, ROME AND THE WHOLE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF EUROPE,

JUST MINUTES AWAY FROM PAVILLON COURCELLES PARC MONCEAU

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THE MONCEAU NEIGHBOURHOOD

 

Just a few minutes away from Pavillon Courcelles Parc Monceau you will find several key Parisian points of interest, including Parc Monceau, the contemporary district of Batignolles, Malesherbes, Rome and all the corners of Europe in the 8th arrondissement. The hotel is very well connected by puclic transport, and is within walking distance of all these tourist attractions, as well as all the gourmet restaurants and night bars of the Rue des Dames.

 

PARC MONCEAU

A few minutes walk away from Pavillon Courcelles Parc Monceau lives an ecosystem of buildings from all styles and eras throughout human history : Ruins of a Mars template, a Gothic castle, a Minaret, a Dutch mill, an Egyptian pyramid, a Chinese pagoda, a "Tartar" tent, the list of designs that made this Anglo-Chinese garden famous is endless. Parc Monceau is open from 07: 00-21: 00 every day, at the following address: 35 Boulevard de Courcelles, 75008 Paris.

 

BATIGNOLLES

You will find the small Parisian village of Batignolles 5 minutes walk away from Pavillon Courcelles Parc Monceau. Edouard Manet and Henri Fantin-Latour immortalized the Batignolles - district of mills - in the nineteenth century. Since then, as the softer ambiance of Parc Monceau continues to grow softly, it is clear to see that the Batignolles district now embodies the contemporary side Paris, thanks to the opening of numerous young bars, artisanal boutiques and international restaurants.

 

RUE DES DAMES

The Rue des Dames, officialised around the 17th-century, is known for its night bars, beer bars, gourmet restaurants and also Japanese restaurants, as well as its book shops, comic books boutiques, fashion stores, and more. Until 1988 you could also visit the Studio des Dames, a recording studio where many artists such as Barbara, Johnny Hallyday, Dalida, among others, made their records. This street was part of the town of Clichy until the creation of the town of Batignolles in 1830, and since 1859 it is incorporated into the Parisian maps by law.

 
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