In the heart of Paris,
a stone's throw from everything

The Gardette Park Hôtel is nestled in a green setting opposite the Maurice Gardette square, so you can forget the hustle and bustle of the capital for the duration of your stay.

The 40 rooms, with their chic, refined ambience, will immerse you in a warm, intimate atmosphere.

This charming 4* boutique hotel is located in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, in a typically Parisian neighborhood between Bastille and République. Thanks to its ideal location, you can walk to the old village of Ménilmontant, the Père Lachaise cemetery and the Marais district. There are plenty of options for exploring Paris by public transport or Velib'!


The ideal location to discover Paris

We're just a 16-18 minute walk from Bastille, Place des Vosges and the trendy Marais district. République is 3 metro stations away from our hotel's nearest station, Saint-Ambroise. You can stroll along the Canal Saint-Martin, a pleasantly bucolic promenade. Or take a cruise from Bastille to La Villette on the canal's underground section.


Our favorite addresses
in the district

Located in the heart of the 11th arrondissement between Bastille and République, our hotel offers a charming view of the Square Maurice Gardette.
within easy reach of the trendy Marais district, it's an ideal base for exploring Paris's vibrant cultural life.

This former Belleville village is now a trendy district, where you can stroll through winding cobblestone streets, old houses, artists' studios, bistros and restaurants.

Also known as the "Eastern Cemetery", this is the largest cemetery in Paris, covering 43 hectares. It's a unique place for meditation and reverie, steeped in art, culture and history, where you can travel through its maze of stones and vegetation.

Located in the heart of Paris, the Marais owes its charm to its rich architecture and history. This village-like district is built on the former marshes from which it takes its name. Romantic, festive and trendy, the Marais seduces with its cobbled streets, historic sites and small boutiques. Popular with walkers and Parisians alike, it's an inviting place to relax and shop.

The first of Paris's 5 royal squares, Place des Vosges is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful squares in Paris, and is home to Victor Hugo's apartment, transformed into a delightful little museum that invites you into the intimacy of the famous French writer.
It's a place steeped in history, a place that changed the face of the capital in the early 17th century.

In the middle of the 13th century, Louis IX had the Sainte-Chapelle built at the heart of his Parisian residence, the Palais de la Cité. Designed as a monumental reliquary, it housed Christ's Crown of Thorns. Adorned with a unique set of fifteen stained glass windows and a rose window forming veritable walls of light, the Sainte-Chapelle is the jewel of the French Radiant Gothic style.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Our green spots

Looking for a break from nature?
Take a look at the natural spots surrounding our hotel

The square replaced the Ménilmontant abattoirs in 1872, which were destroyed in 1867. Take the time to stroll through it: you'll discover a charming bandstand (1899), and above all, beautiful beds of perennial plants. Children will be delighted by the many play areas and ping-pong tables, and adults won't be forgotten, thanks to the boules pitch.

The 5,600 m2 Truillot garden links two of the 11th arrondissement's main thoroughfares: the boulevards Richard-Lenoir and Voltaire. Designed by landscape architects Marie-Odile Ricard and Jean-Marc Le Névanic, it boasts a beautiful view of the Saint-Ambroise church. Biodiversity is given pride of place, and the site has been designed and landscaped accordingly.

This garden is part of the boulevard Richard-Lenoir promenade facing the Bataclan concert hall. It is a long garden bordered by a line of Japanese sophoras. Coping stones punctuate the center of the promenade. It features a children's play area and two ping-pong tables.

Located on the edge of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter, the Luxembourg Garden is inspired by the Florentine garden Boboli and was created on the initiative of Queen Marie de Médicis in 1612. Covering 25 hectares, the garden is divided into French and English sections. Between the two lies a geometric forest and a large pond.
There's also an orchard with old and forgotten apple varieties, an apiary for an introduction to beekeeping, greenhouses with a breathtaking collection of orchids and a rose garden. The garden features 106 statues scattered throughout the park, the monumental Medici fountain, the Orangery and the Davioud Pavilion. There are numerous activities and facilities for children: puppets, merry-go-rounds, slides...

The Jardin des Tuileries takes its name from the tile factories that once stood on the site where Queen Catherine de Médicis had the now-defunct Palais des Tuileries built in 1564. The garden, which separates the Musée du Louvre from the Place de la Concorde, is a place of stroll and culture for Parisians and tourists alike, where statues by Maillol rub shoulders with those by Rodin and Giacometti. The two pools are ideal for relaxation. To the south-west of the Tuileries is the Musée de l'Orangerie, where visitors can admire works by Monet.

Gardette Park Hotel - 1, rue du Général Blaise, 75011 Paris
+33 1 47 00 57 93 - reservation@gardetteparkhotel.com
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