During your visit to the peaceful and majestic Jardin des Plantes botanical garden, discover its four Grandes Serres (Grand Greenhouses).
Remnants of the time when Paris was known as Lutèce (Lutetia), the Arènes de Lutèce amphitheatre and the Thermes de Cluny bathhouse are the only surviving vestiges of the Gallo-Roman period that you can see in Paris. Discover these survivals from classical antiquity during your stay at the Hôtel de l'Espérance!
Situated in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, Bercy Village is the ideal destination for a day of shopping and relaxation. This venerable village, where an abundance of greenery rubs shoulders with superb restored buildings that combine past glories with a contemporary vibe, offers both a glimpse into Parisian history and an unforgettable shopping experience.
Of all the districts of Paris, the 5th arrondissement is one of the most appealing to visitors. It spans the Left Bank of the Seine from the Place Saint-Michel to the Jardin des Plantes. Although best known for its student population and the Latin Quarter, it also abounds in tourist attractions that we invite you to discover during your stay at the Hôtel de l'Espérance.
As the mercury in the thermometer starts to fall, winter terraces, bars and restaurants pop up throughout the capital, guaranteeing you a good time when you head out to have some fun. Steaming drinks, gourmet treats, heartwarming décor, breathtaking views of Paris, and even some shelter from the chill await you!
The Grand Mosque of Paris, in the capital’s 5th arrondissement, is a must-see place when you come to stay at the Hotel de l'Esperance. The beauty of its Hispano-Moorish architecture and decor as well as the warm welcome it offers make this serenely sacred building an essential attraction in the Latin Quarter.