The Louvre Museum is 200 metres away; you can easily walk to the Cathedral of Notre Dame, the Tuileries, Place Vendôme, the Opera House, to the Modern Art Museum at the Pompidou Centre. The Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe are also not too far away.
You are also in the perfect place for shopping. The Forum des Halles, 50 metres away, is getting a makeover but remains open during its restructuring, major fashion chains, fast food, multiplex cinema, swimming pool… It’s all there.
The rue de Rivoli, just around the corner from rue du Roule, which offers throughout its 3km that connects Concorde to rue Saint-Antoine, is home to a succession of shops, commercial buildings of all kinds, BHV Paris, the most popular department stores, the Louvre Museum, the Théâtre du Châtelet, etc… A walk to suit all interests, all appetites and all budgets!
If prestigious streets tempt you from the other side of rue du Roule parallel to rue de Rivoli, rue Saint Honoré begins. It retains its medieval character to the Rue du Louvre and then begins a metamorphosis that is total from Place du Louvre du Palais Royal.
Close to us, there are local shops and food shops dear to the Parisians and then as it progresses towards the Place Vendôme, upmarket shopping.
Rue Montorgueil has become one of the most popular meeting places in Paris. Restaurants, food stores, and terraces… Picturesque, it is where the Bohemians can be found. You will certainly find what you’re looking for there too.
However, if you prefer not to walk or the weather is not too forgiving, we are surrounded by three metro stations (Louvre Rivoli, Chatelet and Pont-Neuf). They serve numerous stations including those that give you access to all the major intramural tourist attractions.
Chatelet-Les Halles station also directly serves the Gare de Lyon and Gare du Nord train stations, and Roissy and Orly airports on the RER lines. By RER A you can reach Disneyland Paris directly in 30 to 45 minutes.