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Parc Montsouris

Find the time for a daydream

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Parc Montsouris

Find the time for a daydream

One of the largest green spaces inside Paris was landscaped under Napoleon III to give South Paris an equivalent of the Buttes-Chaumont in the North.Haussmann’s gardener, Jean-Charles-Adolphe Alphand, drew up the plans.This English style park, now a major draw for joggers and amateur ornithologists, spreads over 16 hectares with hills, lawns, 100 year old trees, numerous species of birds, statues, a music kiosk, the Mire du Sud tablet, which marks the Paris meridian, and the Montsouris Pavilion, a restaurant with a superb glass roof previously frequented by such illustrious patrons at Lenin, Trotsky, Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir.


Alongside the park, tree-lined alleys and impasses reveal superb villas and artist workshops steeped in tradition and history.

At our hotel by Parc Montsouris, discover these oases of greenery and charming houses which have made the reputation of our neighbourhood.

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The Cité Universitaire

The world at your feet!

Half way between a large Parisian park and a small village, the Cité Universitaire, opposite Parc Montsouris, is home to some 10,000 students and researchers from around the world (at least 124 nationalities) in 40 houses loosely inspired by the traditional styles of their country of origin.

The first of these houses, named after its founder Emile Deutsch de la Meurthe, opened in 1925. The last, the Iranian House, was finished in 1969. The main building is called the Maison Internationale and is a mini replica of Fontainebleau chateau.

At the heart of these 34 hectares, stroll along tree-lined alleys, discover the Swiss Pavilion, a listed building designed by Le Corbusier, travel through time and space, or simply relax on one of the stone benches.

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The 14th arrondissement

a journey to the South of Paris

Our hotel in the 14th arrondissement of Paris is the perfect base to discover this diverse and fascinating neighbourhood.With its quiet roads and traditional houses, our arrondissement invites you to discover another side of Paris, one with a peaceful, small-town feel.

Leaving the park, the Montsouris reservoirs with their metal-framed glass panes catch the eye.Further away, Villa Seurat is comprised of workshop-homes which once hosted artists such as Dali, Soutine, Anaïs Nin and Henry Miller.Arriving at Denfert-Rochereau square, dominated by the Lion de Belfort, you can discover nestling, between avenues Général Leclerc et René Coty, a pretty village with its little houses.Sip a drink on a terrace at Place Denfert-Rochereau before heading to the pedestrian section of Rue Daguerre on your way to Paris’ famous catacombs.

Then, stroll back towards Montsouris along Boulevard Arago, lined with chestnut trees, or Boulevard Auguste Blanqui which will take you to Place d’Italie.

If you’re still eager to explore before coming back to the hotel, make the most of your excursion to the 13th arrondissement to discover the village of Butte-aux-Cailles which is worth the detour with its gently sloping streets, its individual houses and its charming little square!

Hôtel du Parc Montsouris - The area
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Our hotel in the south of the capital invites you to discover the charm of a district typically Parisian soul.

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Hôtel du Parc Montsouris - Montparnasse
Montparnasse

The nearby Montparnasse neighbourhood is one of the liveliest in Paris with its boutiques, departments, famous brasseries, and bars…

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Hôtel du Parc Montsouris - Parc Montsouris
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Relax or jog around Parc Montsouris, discover the area, have breakfast or dinner on the terrace - happiness is here!

 

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