Jardin du Luxembourg

Parks and nature near the hotel

The Luxembourg Garden

Created to meet the needs of Queen Marie de Medici in 1612, this garden attracts both tourists and Parisians with its 25 hectares of parkland, forest and its large water feature. With play areas for children, it is a haven of peace a few minutes walk from your hotel rue Mouffetard.

The Jardin des Plantes

With it's 23 hectares, this botanical garden is a place to enjoy the fresh air and go for a walk, as well as being home to botanical exhibitions and research. Opened in 1635, it is part of the Museum of Natural History and consists of large greenhouses and specialized areas including a conservation center for rare birds and small animals. This extraordinary garden is two blocks from your hotel in Paris 5th district.

The Flower Market

When visiting the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, stop by the Flower Market. Opened on the island of the City since 1830, it welcomes you in a colorful atmosphere. Composed of classic and exotic flowers, this market is held under gorgeous Paris style conservatories made of glass and metal dating back to 1900.

Tino-Rossi garden

Near the Jardin des Plantes, Tino-Rossi Garden stretch along the Seine river. This space, accessible from the dock Saint Bernard, hosts the museum of outdoor sculpture. You will stroll among the works of César, Zadkine, Rougemont and other artists.