Quality Hotel Malesherbes- Paris 8
11, place Saint Augustin
Phone: (33) 1 42932766
Fax: (33) 1 42932751
Rugby is one place whose name can be easily remembered. This place has a collection of photographs of the teams of France through the years. It also contains some of the portraits of those accomplished in this sport like Jean-Pierre Garuet and Pascal Ondarts.
You can drop in at this inviting little restaurant and bar at the Hyatt Regency Paris: Madeleine, as it remains open for breakfast, lunch, dinner as well as tea-time and for snacks. With a skylight and a fireplace which is very Parisian, the decor of the restaurant is warm and friendly. The huge couches and armchairs with low tables are a nice place to settle in with a drink and leisurely catch up on the latest news! The food is strictly contemporary and essentially French, and the bar can provide you with the right drink to go with your meal.
This turn of the century building in Paris' 8th Arrondissement has housed Théâtre Tristan Bernard since 1975. Its program includes a variety of contemporary productions including comedies, dramas, and musicals.
This versatile event center is situated in the heart of Paris. It offers a gorgeous white-washed Baroque style event hall and hosts a variety of events including meetings, conferences, concerts, and more. The venue has capacity for 114 people.
Located in the center of Paris, this venue is very much in demand to stage musicals, classical concerts and operas. Built in 1905, it is renowned architect Jacques Hermant's work of art. And even if you are not into opera, theater or Western classical music, you could just visit Salle Gaveau to admire the magnificent décor and revisit a bygone era.
This small theater offers an extraordinary opportunity to experience spectacular performances in an intimate environment. Petit Théâtre de Naples is situated in the heart of Paris and offers a diverse assortment of events including both classical and contemporary productions. The theater seats 60 people.
This popular Parisian theater is situated in the 8th arrondissement, just down the street from the Madeleine. It provides a diverse program of classical and contemporary performances. The decor is elegant, with 750 comfortable red seats and accented by gold.
The Maison des Ressources Humaines is a good place for conferences and trades. There is also an office that helps people find employment, including a number of workshops and seminars.
Founded in 1906, this Parisian theater is situated just steps away from the Madeleine. It features humanist productions - both classic and contemporary.
Originally constructed as a grand concert hall in 1893, Théâtre des Mathurins took its current name in 1912. Its decor and elaborate modern facade was designed in the 1920s by Charles Siclis, who integrated classical and neo-basque traditions into modernism. It currently features a diverse assortment of contemporary productions. The theater is composed of two rooms with 384 and 84 seats.
L'envue is located in the rue Boissy d'Anglas, an area with not many restaurants. This is the perfect place for a romantic dinner or even a casual lunch with some close buddies. The restaurant is very hygienic and serves quality food; all dishes are beautifully presented. Come here and relax after a long day. L'Envue has a separate smoking area and a terrace.
If Chinese porcelain fascinates you, then the Céladons exhibition will expose you to fine pottery done up in different colors, glazes and textures. The art of pottery has been a tradition in China and dates back to the 11th and 14th Centuries. This is an annual temporary exhibition held from September to December.