Jardins De Paris Saint Germain

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28 Rue Saint Benoit, 6th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75006, France

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    Room was very small, carpet needed cleaning, the air conditioning did not work, the shower leaked, but worst of all the customer service was non-existent. When reporting to the front desk that the air condtioner was not working we were nonchalantly told that there was no one there to fix it until the next day. I requested that we be moved to another room and was told that there were no other rooms available. We had to sleep with the window open and listen to the street noise (lots of honking going on in Paris!) When we reported that the shower was leaking and we were in need of another - dry - bath mat. When we returned from dinner - through a lobby that was now being used a a cloak room for the bar downstairs! - we stopped at the desk to confirm that we had received a new bath mat before we went to the room. There was another person at the desk who insisted that since we hadn't been to our room yet why would we be asking if the new bathmat was there or not. When we got to the room there was the soaking wet bath mat still on teh bathroom floor. We took it, dripping, to the front desk. The person at the desk was horrified and demanded that we drop the wet mass on the floor. He went in to another VACANT room and got is another one.

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DéCOUVREZ LE RHYTHME DES SAISONS....

by eden_teuling about LE JARDIN DE VARENNE.....

This LE JARDIN DE VARENNE is the cafétéria du MUSéE RODIN.....

It is a nice atmospheric place in the garden of the Museum.

You can buy a ticket for the garden only (there are many statues made by RODIN in the garden) of have a combi ticket for garden and the museum building itself......in both cases you can have lunch here in the GARDEN, where it is so peaceful and atospheric.....

Découvrez le rythme des saisons en déjeunant au coeur du 7th arrondissement dan l'un des plus beau jardins de Paris: which means: discover the tempo of the seasons while having lunch right in the heart of the 7th, in one of the most beautiful gardens of PARIS.....

You can have drinks, hot & cold, a complete lunch or just a cup of wonderful soup or some snacks........there is a lovely terrace to enjoy both, the fine food and the garden with a number of Rodin's works of Art such as the FAMOUS THINKER......and the BHURGER OF CALAIS.....

SOMER or WINTER: you will feel happy here, whatever the weather.....but off-season is the best time to avoid the crowds.....

NOTE: every day except on MONDAYS.....

STROLL THE PARK OF BAGATELLE

by thinking

Christened "Bagatelle", it was to become a location for festivities and a hunting meet.
In 1770 Count Chimay, the brother of Louis XVI became the owner. Invited by Chimay, Count d'Artois developed a passion for the estate and bought it in 1775. He demolished the decaying folly and built another even grander & quite extraordinary castle. This saw the appearance of a fabulous estate with a landscaped park.The cost of the work was estimated at over two million pounds!

Miraculously spared during the Revolution, Bagatelle experienced several fates: as a restaurant in 1797, then as a hunting meet under Napoléon, the estate being returned to the family of Count d'Artois under the Restoration.

Bagatelle was reborn when it was bought by Lord Seymour in 1835.
With the addition of a grand entrance on the park side, an orangery and new stables, the park was extended then transformed into the Jardin Napoléon III in the second half of the XIXth century.

Roses, Irises and Water Lilies

In 1905, Bagatelle was sold to the City of Paris.
Just prior to its redevelopment, Bagatelle was a strange sight. A landscape where rivers, paths and beds of flowers, created in the XIXth century, softened the surprise effects of the pre-romantic gardens of the Count d'Artois without detracting from its spirit.


From 1905, the J.-C.-N. Forestier, the Commissioner of the Jardins de Paris, succeeded in retaining the garden's style whilst at the same time redeveloping it.

In order to make the public more aware of the growing popularity of horticulture, J.-C.-N. Forestier created temporary and permanent collections of horticultural plants. He built the famous rose gardens, the iris garden and the presenters, designed a pond to improve the presentation of aquatic plants and water lilies which were so dear to the painter Claude Monet. In 1907 he organised the first international competition for new roses.

Gardens of Paris : Parc des Buttes-Chaumont

by Klod5

Les marcheurs seront ravis d'arpenter son relief pentu, les flâneurs de s'allonger sur les pelouses... ce parc paysager, romantique en diable, est le plus escarpé et le plus grand des jardins publics de Paris.

The walkers will be delighted to survey its damaged relief, the strollers to lie down on the lawns... this landscape park, romantic in devil, is the more steep and biggest of the public gardens of Paris

Le parc des Buttes-Chaumont est le plus escarpé et le plus grand des 426 jardins de Paris, à l'exception du jardin des Tuileries et du parc de La Villette. C'est un parc paysager, une forme évoluée du jardin anglo-chinois, dont la conception irrégulière s'oppose au genre régulier des jardins dits " à la française ". Il offre aux regard des plus avertis une juxtaposition de tableaux s'inspirant des paysages de Fragonard, et surtout d'Hubert Robert, peintre des jardins de Rome.

Par les effets de surprise, de couleurs, et la disposition des végétaux certains pourraient même y remarquer l'influence de Jean-Jacques Rousseau.

Une île rocheuse se dresse au centre de son célèbre lac, et dévoile un romantique petit temple de la Sybille, qui occupe l'emplacement exacte de l'ancienne carrière à ciel ouvert, tandis que la grotte se situe à l'entrée d'une carrière souterraine.

Le temple de la Sybille est une réplique du temple de Tivoli. Il est né du talent de l'architecte Davioud en 1869, qui utilisa un style composite, ionique et corinthien (feuilles d'acanthes, fruits et têtes de lions), comportant 8 colonnes et un soubassement en pierre du Jura. Vous y accèderez par la " passerelle suspendue " faite en bois de chêne, qu'il ne faut pas confondre avec le pont en pierre dit des " suicidés ".
Cette promenade ravira les bons marcheurs qui pourront allier exercice physique, en raison de son fort dénivelé, et beauté paysagère.

Gardens in Paris

by Klod5

"Jardin des Plantes"

Ce jardin à l'aspect ludique, voire même romantique, est le lieu idéal des amateurs de sciences naturelles. Il est équipé de bacs à sable, de toboggans, de balançoires, de jeux sur ressort, de structures à grimper, de cabanes, d'un labyrinthe et d'une piste de patins à roulettes pour les enfants. Plus de 23 hectares d'un petit paradis de verdure dans lequel il fait bon se promener, du jardin alpin, qui comprend 3000 espèces de plantes montagnardes, aux serres coloniales. Toutes les latitudes, toutes les couleurs et toutes les odeurs sont représentées pour nous faire rêver de mondes lointains. La serre est ouverte tous les jours sauf le mardi de 14h30 à 17h.

This garden to the playful aspect, or even romantic, is the ideal place of the natural science amateurs. It is equipped with ferries to sand, of toboggans, of swings, of games on spring, of structures to climb, of cabins, a labyrinth and a track of roller-skates for the children,. More of 23 hectares of a small paradise of greenery in which he/it feels good to go for a walk, of the alpine garden, that consists of 3000 species of plants highlanders, to the colonial greenhouses. All latitudes, all colors and all odors are represented to make dream us of faraway worlds. The greenhouse is every day open except Tuesday of 14h30 to 17h.

"Parc des Buttes Chaumont"

Le parc des Buttes-Chaumont est le plus escarpé et le plus grand des 426 jardins de Paris, à l'exception du jardin des Tuileries et du parc de La Villette. C'est un parc paysager, une forme évoluée du jardin anglo-chinois, dont la conception irrégulière s'oppose au genre régulier des jardins dits "à la française". Il offre aux regard des plus avertis une juxtaposition de tableaux s'inspirant des paysages de Fragonard, et surtout d'Hubert Robert, peintre des jardins de Rome.
Par les effets de surprise, de couleurs, et la disposition des végétaux certains pourraient même y remarquer l'influence de Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
Une île rocheuse se dresse au centre de son célèbre lac, et dévoile un romantique petit temple de la Sybille, qui occupe l'emplacement exacte de l'ancienne carrière à ciel ouvert, tandis que la grotte se situe à l'entrée d'une carrière souterraine.
Le temple de la Sybille est une réplique du temple de Tivoli. Il est né du talent de l'architecte Davioud en 1869, qui utilisa un style composite, ionique et corinthien (feuilles d'acanthes, fruits et têtes de lions), comportant 8 colonnes et un soubassement en pierre du Jura. Vous y accèderez par la "passerelle suspendue" faite en bois de chêne, qu'il ne faut pas confondre avec le pont en pierre dit des "suicidés ".

The park of the Buttes-Chaumonts is the more steep and biggest of the 426 gardens of Paris, with the exception of the garden of the Tuileries and the park of La Villette. It is a landscape park, a shape evolved of the anglo-Chinese garden, whose irregular conception opposes the regular kind of the gardens told "the French". It offers to the regard of the most aware a juxtaposition of pictures being inspired by the landscapes of Fragonard, and especially of Hubert Robert, painter of the gardens of Rome.
By the effects of surprise, of color, and the disposition of the plants some could even notice there the influence of Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
A rocky island stands in the center of its famous lake, and unveil a romantic small temple of the Sybille, that occupies the exact site of the former career in the open, while the underground cave is located to the entry of an underground career.
The temple of the Sybille is a retort of the temple of Tivoli. It is born of the architect Davioud talent in 1869, that used a composite, ionic and Corinthian style (leaves of acanthus, fruits and heads of lions), including 8 columns and a base in stone of the Jura. You will reach there by the "suspended" footbridge made in wood of oak, that it is not necessary to confound with the bridge in stone says some "suicides".

"Jardin du Palais Royal"

Quatre doubles rangées de tilleuls taillés en marquise plantés dans les années 1970 et des marronniers rouges plantés en 1910 (au Nord du jardin) ombragent les nobles allées du jardin du Palais-Royal, aux côtés de 466 autres arbres. Un bassin central déploie ses jets d'eau en forme d'éventail vers deux vastes pelouses bordées de massifs fleuris redessinés par le paysagiste Mark Rudkin.

Four duplicates arranged of built limes in marchioness planted in the years 1970 and the red chestnut trees planted in 1910 (to the North of the garden) shade the nobles gone from the garden of the Palace - Royal, to the sides of 466 other trees. A central basin opens out its sprays of water in the shape of fan toward two vast lawns edged of massifs in bloom redrawn by landscapist Mark Rudkin.


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"Le Clos Montmartre"

Le Clos Montmartre se visite uniquement sur demande auprès du secrétaire de la mairie du 18ème. Il a été créé en 1933. Il est planté de 2000 pieds de vigne, restes des vignes de Paris. Il est orné d'une belle tonnelle de vigne vierge et de décorations florales. Chaque année, entre septembre et octobre, les
vendanges qui durent un week end constituent une vraie curiosité et font l'objet d'une grande fête. Le vin est ensuite pressé dans les caves de la mairie puis vendu aux enchères.


The Clos Montmartre visits itself solely on demand by the secretary of the town hall of the 18th. Iit has been created in 1933. It is planted of 2000 feet of grapevine, rests of the grapevines of Paris. It is decorated of a beautiful arbor of virgin grapevine and floral decorations. Every year, between September and October, the,
wine-harvests that last a week end constitute a true curiosity and are the object of a big feast. Wine is then hurried in the cellars of the town hall then sold at the an auction.

"Parc de Bagatelle"

C'est le duc d'Estrées qui fut construire le petit château la "folie" de Bagatelle en 1720 et en fit un lieu de fêtes et de galanteries. Le château eut ensuite de nombreux propriétaires différents. Sur un pari avec sa belle-soeur Marie-Antoinette, le comte d'Artois, qui se pris de passion pour le domaine, fit raser et reconstruire la "folie" en 77 jours. Après la révolution le château fut transformé en restaurant, puis Napoléon en fit un rendez-vous de chasse. Sous la restauration, le comte d'Artois repris possession de son domaine. Il fut ensuite propriété des Enfants de France en 1820, puis racheté par un lord anglais et devint enfin propriété de la Ville de Paris en 1905. On y créé alors la célèbre roseraie, prestigieuse collection de plantes horticoles. La Mairie de Paris y organise régulièrement de nombreuses manifestations à caractère culturel ainsi que le concours international des roses. Sur 240 900 m², c'est une magnifique promenade, au sein du bois de Boulogne où l'on découvre de nombreux jardins hématiques et des arbres remarquables.

It is the duke of Estrées who construct the small castle the "folie" of Bagatelle in 1720 and made a place of feasts and politeness of it. The castle had many different owners then. On a bet with his sister-in-law Marie-Antoinette, the count of Artois, who took himself of passion for the domain, made to shave and to rebuild the "folie" in 77 days. After the revolution the castle was transformed in restaurant, then Napoleon made an appointment of hunt of it. Under the restoration, the count of Artois took possession of his domain. It was then property of the Children of France in 1820, purchased then by an English lord and became finally property of the City of Paris in 1905. One created the famous rosary, prestigious collection of horticultural plants, there then. The Town hall of Paris organizes numerous there regularly
demonstrations to cultural character as well as the international contest of the roses. On 240 900 m², it is a magnificent walk, within the wood of Boulogne where one discovers many thematic gardens and the remarkable trees.

"Le Parc du Ranelagh"

Construit en 1860 il occupe l'emplacement des pelouses du petit ranelagh, cours de danse très à la mode vers 1775. Il est composé de plusieurs pelouses accessibles au public. Il est planté d'une variété d'arbres remarquables (noisetier de byzance, virgilier de 18 m de hauteur, cladastris). Il possède aussi quatre statues importantes. Le jardin est aussi un régal pour les enfants: les petits visiteurs ont le choix entre un manège, une mer de sable, des tables de ping pong, promenade à dos d'âne, un kiosque à musique et une boutique de confiseries.

Constructs in 1860 it occupies the site of the lawns of the small ranelagh, course of very fashionable dance toward 1775. It is composed of several lawns accessible to the public. It is planted of a remarkable tree variety (hazel of byzance, virgilier of 18 m of height, cladastris). It also possesses four important statuaries. The garden is also a treat for the children: the small visitors have the choice between a merry-go-round, a sea of sand, of the tables of ping-pong, walk to back of donkey, a kiosk to music and a boutique of candies.

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Jardins De Paris Saint-germain Hotel

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Anybody has stayed at Jardins De Paris Saint-germain Hotel ? How's the hotel, location and neigbourhood? Compared with Opera and St.Germain, which district is better for my first visit in Paris?

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by CaptainAmerica

I do not know this hotel but the area is tremendous and definitively better than Opera for a first visit to Paris.

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by reblee

Oh...really.....

Re: Re: Jardins De Paris Saint-germain Hotel

by CaptainAmerica

Yes... Really...

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by Bridmw

Definitely - St Germain over the Opera area

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by reblee

Can you please tell me why St-Germain district is better than Opera's? regarding to the safety, location or environment?
cos this will be my first time to Paris, so I have no ideas how it is...

Thanks alot

Re: Re: Jardins De Paris Saint-germain Hotel

by Bridmw

Saint Germain is more of a neighbourhood - smaller streets, cuter resturants and bistros, boutiques and gallaries as opposed to dept. stores, less traffic, it is just better to stay in.

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Address: 28 Rue Saint Benoit, 6th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75006, France