The neighbourhood surrounding the hotel and exhibition park, Parc Expo Porte de Versailles, is an ever-evolving mirror of the Parisian lifestyle. Recent transformations include architectural feats and monumental works of art that have brought the area well into the 2020s, with a steady focus on the future.
Set to open soon on the rooftop of Pavilion 6, facing the hotel, is the world’s largest urban farm, which should produce around a tonne of fruit and veg per day in high season! Nearby, George Brassens Park features beehives and a ‘garden of fragrances’ with over 80 varieties of aromatic and medicinal plants. Named after the popular French singer, the park is a beautiful place for a stroll while the kids run around in the playground.
Also nearby, La Petite Ceinture is one of the city’s little known gems. The abandoned railway line has been taken over by nature, providing some of the most other-worldly scenery you’ll find for a leisurely promenade in Paris.
Experience Paris by night just steps from the hotel at Terminal 7, a nightclub that regularly features the world’s hottest DJs, including Ricardo Villalobos, Adam Beyer, and Pan Pot.
4 avenue de la Porte de la Plaine, 75015 Paris