Discover The City Of Lights at Hipark Design Suites La Villette
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Hipark Design Suites Paris La Villette****, Boulevard D'indochine, Paris, France

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Check-in: Jul 18, 2018
Check-out: Jul 22, 2018
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Description :

With a floor space of 18 to 27 sq m, the contemporary studios feature a fine living area: a double bed or twin beds, office area, kitchen area and bathroom, all extremely comfortable and fully equipped. The studios are designed to be occupied by 1 or 2 people.

Room Amenities :

  • Hair dryer
  • Safe
  • Air conditioning
  • Wi-Fi
  • Satellite TV service
  • Bathrobes
  • LCD TV
  • Private bathroom
  • Bathrobes


  • Accommodation in a comfortable and spacious room
  • Full catered breakfast
  • Free access to fitness center
  • 24-hour front desk

Lifestyle services on request (extra charge)

Paris needs no introduction. It’s synonymous with food, culture, fashion, and architecture, rarely disappointing those who visit. Despite being the dream destination for millions of people each year, the French capital still has plenty hidden secrets to offer beyond the Eiffel Tower and its world-class museums.

People from all over the world are drawn to its cutting-edge fashion, art, and culinary scenes, as well as a certain je ne sais quoi that appeals to all kinds. While the attractions are plentiful on any Paris trip, this is an insider's city, steeped in a rich history of riots and revolutions. Every quarter is unique and, though the summer is the most popular season to visit, each time of year is compelling in its own way.

From the hilly cobblestoned streets of Montmartre with its rich history of Belle Époque artists and cabarets, to the quickly gentrifying neighborhood of Belleville, arts and culture are steeped in the city’s DNA. Parisians sometimes joke that they visit museums as often as they go to the bathroom, and to truly understand Paris you have to immerse yourself in the city’s artistic culture. Beyond the Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay, you can get your culture fix at the renovated Picasso Museum and the new Fondation Louis Vuitton, not to mention dozens of small museums and galleries.

Shopaholics will delight in the city’s myriad options, from chic department stores like Le Bon Marché to famed boutiques like Deyrolle. To make the most of your trip, it's best to have a sense of the places you'd like to explore when you visit Paris. Read on for ways to make the City of Lights your own.

Paris has a timeless familiarity for first-time and frequent visitors, with instantly recognisable architectural icons, along with exquisite cuisine, chic boutiques and priceless artistic treasures.

Iconic Architecture

The wrought-iron spire of the Eiffel Tower piercing the clouds, the broad Arc de Triomphe guarding Paris’ most glamorous avenue, the Champs-Élysées, the gargoyled Notre Dame cathedral, lamplit bridges spanning the Seine and art nouveau cafes spilling on to wicker-chair-lined terraces are indelibly etched in the minds of anyone who’s visited the city – and the imaginations of anyone who hasn’t (yet). But despite initial appearances, Paris’ cityscape isn’t static: there are some stunning modern and contemporary icons too, from the inside-out, industrial-style Centre Pompidou to the mur végétal (vertical garden) gracing the striking Musée du Quai Branly.

Stylish Shopping

Parisians are synonymous with style, and fashion shopping is the city’s forte. Paris remains at the forefront of international trends, and browsing emerging and established designer boutiques and flagship haute couture houses is a quintessential part of any visit. You’ll also find uberhip concept stores, quirky homeware shops, and resplendent art nouveau department stores, along with a trove of vintage shops and flea markets, atmospheric bookshops (including the dark-green bouquiniste stalls – secondhand bookshop – lining the riverbanks), adorable children’s wear and toy shops, art and antique dealers, venerable shops selling state-of-the-art professional cookware, and, of course, gourmet food and wine shops galore.

Artistic Treasures

With an illustrious artistic pedigree – Renoir, Rodin, Picasso, Monet, Manet, Dalí and Van Gogh are but a few of the masters who lived and worked here over the years – Paris is one of the great art repositories of the world, harbouring treasures from antiquity onward. In addition to big hitters like the incomparable Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay’s exceptional impressionist collection, and the Centre Pompidou’s cache of modern and contemporary art, there are scores of smaller museums housing collections in every imaginable genre, and a diverse range of venues mounting major exhibitions through to off-beat installations.

Eiffel Tower

No building better symbolises Paris than the Tour Eiffel. The Eiffel Tower is one of the internationally recognized icons of Paris that is a must-see for first-timers.   Even those who have been to the top of the Eiffel Tower before, rarely miss a chance to view  this soaring monument from one of the surrounding vantage points.  Viewing it again is like being greeted by an old friend.  Of course, most old friends do not have 1665 steps, as does the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel Tower has two restaurants. On the first floor is the more casual 58 Tour Eiffel that converts to a brasserie in the evening from a family and group restaurant during the day. The famous Le Jules Verne restaurant on the second floor has earned a Michelin Star (Chef Alain Ducasse) and has the prices to prove it. The Jules Verne is accessible by its private elevator.

Notre Dame

This stunning cathedral is one of the most popular attractions in Paris, with over twenty million visitors a year. The Cathedral's soaring spire, the statues from the Gallery of the Kings and the statues at all major portals were destroyed by angry crowds in their revolutionary fervor. In addition, for a period of time, the cathedral became the property of the civil authorities. Notre Dame is an exceptionally impressive cathedral. Both the exterior and the interior of Notre Dame are endowed with numerous spectacular features, so do not make your visit a quick walk-by or you will miss many of the cathedral's noted features.

Champs Elysées

The Champs Elysées is a magnet for romantics and one of the most visited streets in Paris. The entire area is imbued with a "movie scene" quality that continues to enchant visitors to the City of Light. You may find a smile on your face and a song in your heart the first time you  stroll along the world's most famous avenue.By the way, the name Champs Elysées translates to the Avenue of the Elysian Fields, which is based on  the Elysium (a paradise and resting place for heroes) from Greek mythology. In addition to the signature Arc de Triomphe and Champs Elysées, this section of Paris includes the Palais de l'Elysées (the French Presidential Palace), the Grand Palais, and the Petit Palais, two stately buildings located near the Seine

The Musee du Louvre

Once a medieval fortress,  it was later used as a palace for the French Monarchy. The Louvre houses a treasure trove of history  and visiting is a must for any tourist lucky enough to be in Paris. The Musée du Louvre contains many of civilization's greatest artistic triumphs and most important antiquities. "Must-sees" include the Mona Lisa, and the statutes of Venus de Milo and the Winged Victory of Samothrace.

Sacre Coeur and Montmartre 

The Sacre-Coeur basilica is located on top of Montmarte hill, at the highest point of Paris. It is one of the most noticeable landmarks in the city and it draws countless tourists every year to see its marble architecture and gorgeous interior. The Montmartre hill itself is also an attraction thanks to the beautiful landscape it offers. The view from the hill, especially at the evening is breathtaking. Most tourists choose to take the special tram up the hill instead of walking up the steps.

Paris can be seen as thé most interesting city worldwide. People from all over the world travel to Paris to discover and experience this fairy-like city. Paris is the city of love, inspiration, art and fashion. 

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Situated close to the Parc de la Villette, a few minutes walk from the Cité des Sciences, the Zenith and the Philharmonie. The residence offers easy access to the downtown of Paris thanks to the proximity of the public transport including the Tram stop Butte du Chapeau rouge in front of the residence . 125 apartments remain at your disposal for your short, medium and long stays. All our apartments are equiped with private A/C and are fully sound protected.

Hotel Reception

Check in : 03:00 PM
Check out : 11:00 AM

Hotel Amenities

Wi-Fi Internet
Fitness Center
Children Activites

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