Paris Invalides is an elegant part of the city, home to the splendid seventeenth century Invalides hostel build by King Louis XIV for veterans of his army. To this day, Invalides remains one of the key reasons that visitors flock to Paris every day. Hotel de Suede is a charming hotel, oozing Parisian sophistication, and it is conveniently located just fifteen minutes from Invalides. It is thus the perfect place to stay when you want to visit Paris, and is an ideal base from which to explore the city.
Paris Invalides : a real centre of Parisian culture, and a fantastic place to shop and dine
The Paris Invalides region of central city is a true cultural hub in this most cultured of cities. The stupendous Invalides hostel itself is an architectural marvel and provides the perfect setting for a romantic stroll in Paris with your family or with a loved one.
This year, we particularly recommend visiting the exhibition entitled ‘Napoleon and Europe’ at the Musée de l’Armée, which is housed within the Invalides hostel. This is a temporary exhibition which runs until July 14 2013, and thus will provide you with a unique cultural experience during your visit to Paris. Napoleon Bonaparte is one of the key figures in French history and he left profound and indelible marks on European culture as a whole. This exhibition is a brilliant way to learn more about one of the most intriguing characters in history.
Hotel de Suede : the ideal place to stay for visitors to Paris Invalides
Our fabulous hotel is located very close to Paris Invalides : you will be right at the Invalides hostel itself in just fifteen minutes. With magisterial rooms and plush, clean suites, and located in a safe and peaceful district, the Hotel de Suede is a sumptuous place to stay. Our staff ensure that our guests are provided with every comfort and convenience so that they enjoy an unforgettable stay in Paris. What is more, some of our rooms offer unrivalled views over the beautiful Matignon Gardens.