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The Peninsula Paris Our Paris

Paris always brings the unexpected; from quaint shops to quiet districts and local neighbourhood haunts. Visitors love to take Paris' lesser-travelled roads, exploring the city’s enticing nooks and crannies, and discovering its hidden gems.

The Peninsula brings you "Our Paris" - the anecdotes and insights of the hotel’s Concierge team and its staff. Some recommendations offer history lessons, others lead visitors to the city's tastiest of the city’s culinary offerings. Even those familiar with Paris will discover places they have never encountered before and gain wider understanding of the city that The Peninsula is proud to call home.

 

Concierge RECOMMENDATIONS

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Staff FAVOURITES

There's nothing quite like a personal recommendation to seal a travel experience. With over 600 staff members here at The Peninsula, we showcase the best of our beloved Paris through their eyes. 

  • By Mr. Alexandre Tuduri - Sales Manager, The Peninsula Paris

    Among the many passages and galleries in Paris, the passage Vivienne is one of the most iconic. Built in 1823 and situated just steps away from the Palais Royal, the gallery is very well-known for its beautiful floor mosaic and glass rooftop.

    "Stepping into the passage Vivienne feels like you have gone back in time. The atmosphere is extraordinary. I highly recommend simply walking around and stopping in the Jousseaume bookstore to admire their collection of old books, or otherwise having a coffee to admire the fabulous architecture."

    4 rue des Petits-Champs, 75002 Paris
    www.galerie-vivienne.com

  • By Ms.Isabelle Bouvier - Director of Sales & Marketing, The Peninsula Paris

    The rue de Rome crosses the 8th and 17th arrondissements of Paris. It begins at the Boulevard Haussmann just behind the department store Le Printemps and continues to the Pont Cardinet station. 

    The street is particularly known for its many stringed instrument makers and music stores. 

    "I have played the piano for years now and rue de Rome is a true gem for those looking for original scores. I love to spend an afternoon browsing the windows of the music stores to admire the beautiful craftsmanship of the instrument makers, a musicians heaven!"

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