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Hotel San Régis and surroundings

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***Hotel San Régis***
12 rue Jean Goujon
Paris, 75008
33 (0) 1 44 95 16 16
The Hotel San Régis in Paris enjoys both an impressive address and a great location near the Champs-Elysées and Faubourg St Honoré, just one block from the Avenue Montaigne. As one of the most fashionable neighborhoods of Paris the Golden Triangle concentrates prestigious Haute Couture boutiques, theatres, gastronomic restaurants and all kinds of nightlife attractions. All at easy walking distance from the San Régis.

Discreet luxury, refinement and warmth, the San Régis offers the exquisite setting of the Parisian private residence that it used to be. Each of the 33 bedrooms and 11 suites is designed with its own character, fine fabrics matching with period furniture and objets d’art. Colors vary from a room to another, from bright yellows to deep reds, or from soft blues to flowery patterns, making each room a unique experience.

If every corner of the San Régis breathes history, today’s equipments have been harmoniously integrated to the classical style of the premises. All bedrooms feature air-conditioning, WIFI, satellite television, flat screens, two-line phones, full-sized wardrobes and dressing, in-room safe, bathrobe & slippers, Hermès bathroom amenities.

The "Boiseries" and "Winter Garden" Lounges, with the English Bar are privileged places for either a confidential meeting, an afternoon tea with friends or for a cocktail before the show. It’s an ideal hideaway kept secret from the roaring crowd of the Champs-Elysées.
Loyal to the sense of discretion which makes the San Régis so unique, the restaurant is decorated in the style of a library with extensive oak panelling, recreating the refined atmosphere of a private dining room.
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Grand Palais
3, avenue du Général-Eisenhower
Paris, 75008
After a complete renovation of its huge stained glass roof, the Grand Palais reopened in 2006.
Originaly built for the 1900 Paris World's Fair, it is now France's most important hall for international art exhibitions and fairs.
It hosts for example the FIAC (International Fair for Contemporary art) in October, and the Biennale des Antiquaires in September.
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Petit Palais
Paris, 75008
The Petit Palais hosts the Museum of Fine Art. The renovation that has been carried out for four years revealed the beautiful facade of this little palace built for the 1900 Paris World's Fair.
The museum collections cover a very wide range of domain (paintings , drawings, sculptures, tapestries...) and art periods (greek, egyptian, Renaissance... until 19th century).
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Jardin des Tuileries
Paris, 75008
The Tuileries Garden offers a very pleasant walk from Place de la Concorde to the Louvre.
The perspective of the oldest and largest park of Paris was created by Lenotre (the designer of Versailles gardens).
Walk around to discover the sculptures by Rodin, Max Ernst, Giacometti and many others, or just sit on a chair near the central pond and watch the children playing with their colorful sailboats.
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Louvre
Paris, 75008
Open to the public since 1793, the Louvre is one of the most important museum in the world. It houses major works of art of all times, Da Vinci's Mona Lisa being the most famous among them.
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Musée d'Orsay
Paris, 75008
The Musée d'Orsay opened to the public in 1986 in what used to be a train station. It focuses on "the artistic creation of the western world from 1848 to 1914."
Paintings by Monet, Delacroix, Degas, Renoir, Ingres, Manet, Van Gogh, Gauguin, and many others, as well as a rich collection of sculptures and photography, make the Musée d'Orsay the second most important museum in Paris after the Louvre.
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Avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
Chanel, Christian Dior, Gucci, Celine... You will find them all on Avenue Montaigne.
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Champs Elysées
Paris, 75008
This roundabout divides the Champs Elysées in two parts.
On the busy West half, you can find shops, cafés and cinemas up until the Arc de Triomphe.
On the East side, peaceful gardens and fine restaurants, until the Place de la Concorde.
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Musée de l'Orangerie
Paris, 75008
Closed for renovation since 2000, the Orangerie reopened in May 2006.
Inaugurated in 1927, the museum famously houses the celebrated Nymphéas (Water Lilies), now the centrepiece of the site’s collection once more and displayed “in natural light” as per the wishes of their equally famous creator, Claude Monet.
A new subterranean gallery under the Orangerie gardens hosts the Jean Walter and Paul Guillaume collection (Cézanne, Renoir, Picasso, Matisse...)
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Galerie du Jeu de Paume
Paris, 75008
Once a sport court ("Jeu de Paume" is a 18th century tennis-like game), the Galerie du Jeu de Paume is now a museum dedicated to modern photography and video.
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Tour Eiffel
Paris, 75007
The Eiffel Tower was built for the 1889 Paris World's Fair. It was originally intended to be torn down after 20 years. Nowadays, it is the icon of Paris and the most visited monument in the world.
At night, when it sparkles, it is the most wonderful sight.
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Lasserre
17 avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt
Paris, 75008
2 Michelin Star Restaurant
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Pavillon Ledoyen
1 avenue Dutuit
Paris, 75008
3 Michelin Star Restaurant
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Artcurial
7 Rond-Point des Champs Elysées
Paris, 75008
This 19th century town house hosts an auction house and an art library.
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Christie's
9 avenue Matignon
Paris, 75008
The famous auction house.
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Bateaux Mouches
Paris, 75008
A cruise on a Bateau Mouche is certainly one of the best way to discover Paris.
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La Maison du Chocolat
52 rue François 1er
Paris, 75008
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Laurent
41 avenue Gabriel
Paris, 75008
2 Michelin Star Restaurant
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Musée Jacquemart-André
158 Boulevard Haussman
Paris, 75008
Very intimate museum, once the private residence of a couple of artwork collectors (Edouard André and Nélie Jacquemart).
Don't miss the charming coffe-shop/restaurant set in the former dining room.
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Christian Dior
30 avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
01 40 73 73 73
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Chanel
40 avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
01 47 23 74 12
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Chloé
44 avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
01 47 23 00 08
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Céline
36 avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
01 56 89 07 92
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Palais de la Découverte
avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt
Paris, 75008
33 (0)1 56 43 20 20
The Palais de la découverte (Discovery Palace) is a science museum for children, where they can learn the secrets of astronomy, physics, biology and chemistry through funny experimentations.
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Théâtre des Champs Elysées
15 Avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
01 49 52 50 00
Opera, Dance and Concerts. For more details see the program on their website.
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Théâtre du Rond Point
2bis avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt
Paris, 75008
01 44 95 98 00
A theatre dedicated to "living authors".
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Alexandre III Bridge
The Bridge Alexandre III is considered the most elegant bridge of Paris due to the numerous sculptures that decorate it. Inaugurated at the 1900 Paris World's Fair, it was the first bridge with a single arch over the Seine, a technical challenge at that time.
While crossing this bridge to the Left Bank, you can admire the beautiful perspective of the Invalides and its golden dome
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Hôtel des Invalides - Musée de l'Armée
Paris,
01 44 42 38 77
The Invalides were originally built by Louis XIV as a hospital for wounded soldiers, thus its name.
The monument now houses the Army Museum and presents military history of France from Antiquity to the end of World War II.
The Dome Church is a military Pantheon housing the Tomb of Napoleon I.
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Louis Vuitton / Champs Elysées
101 avenue des Champs Elysées
Paris, 75008
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Louis Vuitton / Montaigne
22 Avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
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Arc de Triomphe
The Arc de Triomphe is one of the most famous monument in Paris. It was built between 1806 and 1836 on the orders of Napoleon I as a monument dedicated to the Imperial Army.
The top of the Arche offers an outstanding view on Paris and on the axis that goes from the modern Arche of La Défense (business district) down to the Louvre through the Champs Elysées.
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Place de la Concorde
The Place de la Concorde was built between 1755 and 1775. Renamed Place de la Révolution during the French Revolution, here is where Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette were executed.
Nowadays it is one of the most elegant square in Paris, with its fountains and the majestic obelisk from Egypt.
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Ladurée
75 avenue des Champs Elysées
Paris, 75008
01 40 75 08 75
Renowned for its pastries and especially for its famous Macarons, Ladurée is also a nice restaurant and tea room.
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Palais de l'Elysée
rue du Faubourg St Honoré
Paris, 75008
Residence of the President of the Republic.
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Emanuel Ungaro
2 avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
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Prada
10 avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
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Valentino
17 avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
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Hermès
24 rue du Faubourg St Honoré
Paris, 75008
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Yves Saint Laurent
32, 38 rue du Faubourg St Honoré
Paris, 75008
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Gianni Versace
54 rue du Faubourg St Honoré
Paris, 75008
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Escada
53 avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
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Gucci
60 avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
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Madeleine Church
Place de la Madeleine
Paris, 75008
This Church dedicated to Mary Magdalene host official ceremonies.
Its imposing facade ends the perspective from Place de la Concodre through the Rue Royale.
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Opéra Garnier
Place de l'Opéra
Paris, 75009
Built between 1862 and 1874 buy the architect Charles Garnier, the Opera is the most impressive exemple of Napoleon III style.
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Place Vendôme
Paris, 75008
Place Vendôme gathers around its column the most prestigious jewelers : Chopard, Fred, Van Cleef & Arpels, Bulgari, Chaumet...
The construction of this square was decided by Louis XIV, but the central column was added by Napoleon I.
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Musée Nissim de Camondo
63 rue Monceau
paris, 75008
An exceptional collection of furniture, paintings, rugs, porcelain presented in an 18th century town-house.
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Théâtre Marigny
Avenue de Marigny
Paris, 75008
This Theatre nestled in the gardens of the Champs Elysées is now under the supervision of the famous French director Robert Hossein.
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Alain Ducasse
25 avenue Montaigne
Paris, 75008
3 Michelin Star Restaurant
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Stresa
7 Rue Chambiges
Paris, 75008
Italian restaurant
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Le Cinq
31 Avenue George V
Paris, ÎLE-DE-FRANCE 75008, FR
3 Michelin Star Restaurant
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France Amériques
9 avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt
Paris, 75008
Housed in a 19th century town house, France Amériques is an association that aims to "strengthen ties and mutual understanding between France and all the countries of North and South America."
It is a meeting place where various events are organized all year round like breakfasts, luncheons-debates, seminars, lectures, concerts, literary prizes and dinners.
The beautiful salons can also be rented for private receptions.
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Roissy - Charles de Gaulle Airport
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Le Bourget Airport
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Orly Arport
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Gare du Nord
Eurostar, Thalys
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Gare de l'Est
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Gare Montparnasse
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Gare d'Austerlitz
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Gare de Lyon
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Harcourt Studio
10 rue Jean Goujon
Paris, 75008
Just next door to the hotel stands the legenday Studio Harcourt. If you haven't heard the name yet, you have surely seen their black and white photos. Since its creation in 1934, Harcourt have protraid all the major actors, authors, artists, politicians in a very recognisable lighting which became the signature of the "Harcourt style".
Today, anyone can be a Star for the time of a photo session and have an artwork portrait in the Harcourt style.
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Taillevent
15 rue Lamennais
Paris, 75008
3 Michelin Star Restaurant
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Pierre Gagnaire
6 rue Balzac
Paris, 75008
3 Michelin Star Restaurant
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Apicius
20 rue d'Artois
Paris, 75008
2 Michelin Star Restaurant
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Gare St Lazare
Paris,
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Musée du Quai Branly
55 quai Branly
Paris, 75007
Here stands a brand new ethnographic museum that will exhibit the arts and civilizations of Africa, Oceania, Asia and the Americas. Designed by the famous French architect Jean Nouvel, the modern museum emphasizes transparency and vegetation.
(Construction was still in progress at the time the satellite picture was taken)
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Slavatore Ferragamo
45 Avenue Montaigne