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Hotel Beaugency - Eiffel Tower


Visit Paris in August: focus on the 7th arrondissement

In August, choose the Hotel Beaugency, choose the 7th arrondissement of Paris, one of the most highly rated in the capital! Located in the heart of the most beautiful monuments and at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, the 7th district offers an exceptional setting. A nugget that deserves all your attention.


The 7th arrondissement derives its prestige from the historical and cultural sites it houses: the Eiffel Tower, the Hôtel des Invalides, the Rodin, Maillol, d'Orsay and Quai Branly museums. You will also come across venerable institutions, such as the Bourbon Palace, the National Assembly, the Military School, the Unesco headquarters, ministries, embassies...


A posh residential neighborhood, the 7th enjoys a privileged living environment. Strolling through its streets, you will admire beautiful mansions and refined shop windows. You will discover small preserved enclaves such as the Gros-Caillou district around rue Clerc. Then, without warning, you will reach majestic avenues and their elegant facades.


Another asset: its green spaces. The lawns of the Champ-de-Mars, the Invalides and the Avenue de Breteuil offer vast areas of greenery that are very pleasant and much appreciated by Parisians and visitors alike. If you keep your eyes open, you'll also find many squares, small parks and gardens, often little frequented because they are not very well known.


Your stay in the 7th arrondissement will give you a taste of everything that makes up Parisian life. Settle down on the terrace of a café, wander from museum to museum, stroll on the lawns of the Invalides. Then return to your comfortable room at the Hotel Beaugency and enjoy the peace and quiet.


Want to know more about the borough and its main sites of interest? Get in touch with our teams, they will be able to advise you.


In August, put your luggage down in the 7th arrondissement of Paris and stay at the Hotel Beaugency!


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