From hotels to restaurants and cultural sites, Paris continues to surprise Parisians and visitors alike!



Paris continues to undergo change and the face of the capital of the future is taking shape. Paris’s capacity to rank alongside the world’s most innovative cities contributes to its appeal. The city’s cultural offering remains without doubt the destination’s key attraction, with new prestigious or unusual attractions and venues opening, and exceptional events taking place.

Paris’s hotels, restaurants, shopping and cultural scenes continue to change and never cease to amaze Parisians and visitors:

Quai de la photo

The founder of Fluctuart is opening a new floating art centre dedicated to photography. Located at the foot of the Pont de Bercy, it will feature free exhibitions by established and emerging photographers, with Martin Parr opening the show. A bookshop, workshops, conferences and a restaurant will complete this new cultural and festive venue.

From mid-July 2023
9 quai de la Gare, Paris 13e

Villa Savoye

Just outside Paris, the Villa Savoye is one of Le Corbusier's masterpieces.
Between 1928 and 1931, Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre Janneret built an exceptional weekend villa in Poissy, commissioned by Mr and Mrs Savoye.
After 3 months of work, the Villa Savoye is once again open for business. Renovation work was carried out in the Villa to restore its splendour and preserve the authenticity of the 1930s for which it is renowned.

Since this winter
82 rue de Villiers, Poissy (78)


After the Place de la Madeleine, Fauchon is opening a new boutique dedicated to teas and infusions in the Marais district. This second shop is part of Fauchon's ambition to showcase its exceptional teas and promote its unique concept of made-to-measure infusions.
14 rue de Bretagne, Paris 3rd arrondissement
From 27 June 2023

Golden Poppy

San Francisco-based French chef Dominique Crenn, the first woman chef to win three stars in the United States, is opening her own restaurant in the new La Fantaisie hotel.
The menu will have a Californian flavour and will reflect a commitment to local and sustainable produce as well as zero-plastic and zero-waste.

From 1 July 2023
24 rue Cadet Paris 9e


Following in the footsteps of New York and Tel Aviv, chef Eyal Shani is opening a Parisian address featuring creative, avant-garde dishes in a festive atmosphere. The menu is constantly evolving, offering a host of surprises and delights with a Mediterranean flavour.
106 rue des Rosiers, 93400 Saint Ouen

Okko Rosa Park

The Okko 4* urban hotels are opening their 14th establishment in the 19th arrondissement, at the heart of an innovative eco-neighbourhood that was recently inaugurated.

June 2023
Rosa Parks, Paris 19th arrondissement

Food Trip

What could be better than discovering a city by tasting it? That's the promise of these Food Trip passports, which feature around thirty gourmet addresses where you can enjoy a cheese, croissant or glass of wine... A tasty excuse to rediscover the city and its food artisans.
All of Paris


As well as visiting the nave and crypt, the Centre des monuments nationaux is offering a tour of the panorama of the Panthéon. This is an opportunity for visitors to discover one of the most beautiful views of Paris from its colonnade. After passing through the first terrace, a 360° open-air view awaits visitors.

Until 31 October 2023

This new immersive venue promises to disrupt the senses and reality. Some 90 "paradox experiences", mental or visual deceptions, will surprise visitors in surprising settings.

End of April 2023
38 boulevard des Italiens, Paris 9e

Musée d'Ennery

The private mansion reopens its doors with free tours, led by guides, under reservation. An opportunity to dive into the world of Far Eastern art.

Reopening April 2023
59 avenue Foch, Paris 16e

Le Quinzerie hotel

This new 4* hotel with a contemporary design is located in the heart of its district, the Saint-Charles village, and unveils its 65 rooms as well as its various spaces - terrace, patio and rooftop - under the sign of the art of living.

End of the year 2022
40 rue de la Convention, Paris 15e


What could be more tempting than continuing the evening after a concert or show? This is what this new 1 400 m² venue, which can accommodate nearly 3,400 people within the Accor Arena, offers between concerts and dance parties.

March 2023
8 boulevard de Bercy, Paris 12e

Chalet des Iles

The Perchoir team has taken over one of the capital's most bucolic spots, the Ile de Reuilly, in the heart of the Bois de Vincennes. The former Swiss pavilion, dating from the 19th century, has been transformed into a real country house and invites gourmets to La Table de Manon and Anaë's bar.

End of February 2023
Route des îles, Ile de Reuilly, Bois de Vincennes, Paris 12e

Café Studio
This new café-boutique offers creative and upcycling workshops to learn sewing, drawing, zero waste vegetable dyeing... This hybrid place is also a fashion and decoration boutique, a professional photo studio and gathers a friendly community of craftsmen creators.

24 March 2023
4 rue de Sambre et Meuse, Paris 10e

Château des Fleurs
This new luxury boutique hotel is set in a magnificent 1900s townhouse, emblematic of the Right Bank, and is located just a stone's throw from the Golden Triangle and the Arc de Triomphe.
Its 37 rooms and suites offer a cosy and sophisticated atmosphere, multiplying the details in homage to the capital.

April 2023
19 rue Vernet, Paris 8e


The PADAM hotel will open its doors at the end of March in the heart of Paris' golden triangle. This new intimate place with a warm and art deco atmosphere will have 34 rooms including 3 suites, as well as a neo-bistro style restaurant called Edith.

March 2023
9 rue Jean Giraudoux, Paris 16e

Bourdelle Museum

After major renovation work, the museum's rich collections of sculptures (plaster casts, bronzes, marbles, stones and drawings) are back in their historical site alongside the artist's drawings in the Graphic Arts Department and the collections of photography.

15 March 2023
18 rue Antoine Bourdelle, Paris 15e

Tribe Saint-Ouen

A new hotel from the Accor group, Tribe answers directly to the aspirations of modern travellers. It shakes up the norms with its personalised experience, making it a leader in the affordable luxury and design sector. The hotel has 112 rooms, a pleasant terrace within a large landscaped patio and a trendy and friendly lobby bar with 90 seats.

End of January 2023
33/35 bd Jean Jaurès 93400 Saint-Ouen


Michelin-starred chef Thierry Marx is opening his first gastronomic restaurant with a "social economy" focus in partnership with his Cuisine Mode d'Emploi(s) school. His signature dishes will be served according to the seasons.

Since February 2023
258 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris 8e

Maison Delano

Located close to the Faubourg Saint-Honoré, in a former 18th century private mansion, the hotel has 56 rooms including 19 suites, a Franco-Andalusian restaurant with a terrace overlooking the courtyard, and a cocktail bar.

March 2023
4 rue d'Anjou, Paris 8e


This new complex and living space consists of 109 distributed lofts and general areas with a bar and outdoor terrace, on the three top floors of the sustainable Stream Building.
1st quarter 2023

48 avenue de la Porte de Clichy, Paris 17th

Sim Driver

The first experiential car racing simulation centre is opening in the heart of Paris. The 15 to 45 minute sessions allow you to drive over 200 different models: Formula 1, GT, Collection and 50 circuits.

From 2 January 2023
110 bd Saint-Germain, Paris 6e

Nonos et Comestibles

The starred chef Paul Pairet is returning to the capital and opening a restaurant and delicatessen in the Parisian palace. A unique offer that reinvents the "French grill" and offers a very refined grocery.

Since 25 January 2023
Hôtel de Crillon

Lupin Escape game

This new immersive adventure takes place in the heart of the Opera house, enabling would-be detectives to rediscover the place in an unusual way, accompanied by actors, through a major investigation.

From 21 December 2022
Opera Garnier, Paris 9e

Mondaine de Pariso

Straight out of the 70s, this new festive venue in the capital offers an intimate decor, a refined menu and an atmosphere with a sultry, arty vibe.

From the end of November 2022
23 rue de Ponthieu, Paris 8

Restaurant Nhome

Chef Matan Zaken opens his first gastronomic restaurant, next to the Palais Royal gardens: a real experience imagined as a private dinner for twenty guests, around a beautiful table and a unique seven-course blind tasting menu.

41 rue Montpensier, Paris 1er

The City of History

An invitation to go back in time. Great events of the past and historical figures are discovered through immersive experiences, shows and animations using the latest technology.

17 January 2023
La Défense, 92