What's new in Paris

Hotels, restaurants or cultural sites... Paris is constantly renewing and innovating, to the delight of Parisians and visitors alike. Don't miss the latest openings, inaugurations in Paris, and those to come!

In addition to its monuments and other must-see places, Paris is also considered a world centre for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture thanks to its dynamism. The many openings that take place throughout the year are a major asset to the city's appeal. Between openings and major events, there's always something to discover and experience in Paris.


Paris’s hotels, restaurants, shopping and cultural scenes continue to change and never cease to amaze Parisians and visitors. Here's a detailed review of the openings that are shaping the Paris of tomorrow:



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A new living space signed by Paris je t'aime - Office de Tourisme in collaboration with the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, highlighting the six most recent Olympic disciplines and their links with urban cultures. SPOT24 will also include a café, a shop, a tourist information point and a shop where visitors can buy Paris je t'aime and Paris 2024 derived products.

When? Until the end of December 2024
Where? 101 quai Jacques Chirac, Paris 15th

Musée de la Marine

At the end of a five-year renovation project, the museum welcomes visitors in a new setting, with a redesigned tour route. With over 900 objects on display in themed rooms, it offers a journey to the heart of the sea and its contemporary issues.

When? November 2023
Where? 14 rue de Verneuil, Paris 7th

La Parcelle

At the foot of 19M, a huge overgrown plot of more than 4,000 square metres looks set to become the site of a huge cultural garden that will host a flower farm, markets, cafés, events and artistic workshops all year round, in tune with the rhythm of the seasons. The Station Gare des Mines, POUSH, La Corvée and the CENTQUATRE-PARIS will be involved in the life of the site and its programming.

When? Spring 2024
Where? 2 place Skanderbeg, Paris 19th

Musée Pierre Cardin

A new museum on the floor of Pierre Cardin's emblematic first boutique, which has been completely renovated and is about to become a museum dedicated to the French fashion designer.

When? Scheduled to open in 2024
Where? 20 rue du Cirque, Paris 8th

Le Théâtre de la Concorde

Conceived as "a place for debate, reflection, contradictions and artistic creation" by the City of Paris, the Théâtre de la Concorde will be dedicated to democracy. Housed in the former Espace Cardin, nestling in the gardens of the Champs-Élysées, from September 2024 it will offer a wide range of cultural activities, including live performances, theatre, stand-up comedy, cinema, exhibitions and dance and eloquence workshops.

When? First half of 2024
Where? 1 avenue Gabriel, Paris 8th

Le Grand Palais

The long-awaited reopening of the Grand Palais, with two exhibitions a year featuring 30,000 archive items from 1950 to the present day.

When? July 2024
Where? 3 avenue du Général Eisenhower, Paris 8th

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral is due to reopen on 8 December 2024. A Te Deum is scheduled for 15 April 2024, exactly 5 years after the fire. The restoration will be overseen by architect Philippe Villeneuve. The general principle is to rebuild the cathedral identically, including the spire.

When? December 2024
Where? 6 Parvis Notre-Dame – Place Jean-Paul II, Paris 4th


The Disneyland Hotel

A prestigious new hotel at Disneyland Paris. The address, eagerly awaited by fans, reopened its doors in January 2024 after 4 years of closure. An immersive, high-end hotel with 428 rooms and 18 suites.

When? January 2024
Where? Disneyland Paris, rue de la Marinière, 77700 Chessy

Hôtel Hana

A new 5* address in the ADRESSE HOTELS collection, the marriage of Parisian energy and the Japanese art of living is at the heart of the Hôtel Hana experience. The 25-room hotel was selected for its symbolic location, close to Rue Sainte-Anne and the Japanese Quarter.

When will it open? January 2024
Where? 17 rue du Quatre-Septembre, Paris 2nd

Kraft hôtel

Opened in January 2024, the Kraft hotel is located close to the Exhibition Centre. The 43-room boutique hotel aims to be a new living space where art and a passion for craftsmanship meet.

When will it open? January 2024
Where? 37 rue du Hameau, Paris 15th

EKLO Hotel Paris Porte de Versailles

Located just a stone's throw from the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre, this new address offers an economic and ecological stay in a design hotel with a French Kiss rooftop restaurant and Eiffel Tower view rooms.

When? February 2024
Where? 1 rue du Moulin, 92170 Vanves

Koptster Hotel Paris Porte de Versailles

A chic urban 4-star hotel with a unique style in the 15th arrondissement of Paris, with 126 rooms decorated with ethnic influences and period features mixed with contemporary furniture.

When? February 2024
Where? 1 boulevard Victor, Paris 15th

Hôtel Florida

This new Art Deco hotel on Boulevard Malesherbes in the heart of the Madeleine district has 39 unique rooms and suites. The Nepita restaurant serves Mediterranean-influenced cuisine created by chef Amandine Chaignot.

When? February 2024
Where? 12 boulevard Malesherbes, Paris 8th

Hôtel Château d'Eau

New from the Touriste group, which heads up a repertoire of carefully decorated Parisian addresses. The Hôtel Château d'Eau, ideally located near Gare du Nord, has been designed and redesigned by the interior design duo Necchi, and is due to reopen in March 2024 after extensive renovation work.

When? March 2024
Where? 65 rue du Château d’Eau, Paris 10th

La Sève

The first luxury residence in the 1.75 Paris collection opens its doors close to the Eiffel Tower. A warm and welcoming place, featuring 17 suites and apartments decorated by interior designer Daphné Desjeux. Catering is entrusted to the expert hands of chef Stéphanie Le Quellec.

When? March 2024
Where? 5 avenue Lowendal, Paris 7th

Hôtel Grand cœur latin

Located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, this 4-star hotel with 76 rooms embodies the fusion of history and modernity. A warm, contemporary setting reflecting the emblematic charm of the Latin Quarter in Paris. The hotel will also offer exclusive areas such as a swimming pool, sauna, treatment room, open-air patio and cocktail bar.

When will it open? Second quarter of 2024
Where? 20 rue Cujas, Paris 5th

La Fondation

A new hotel project on rue Legendre, between Batignolles and Parc Monceau, comprising two buildings that will make up the Foundation, which will include a 5-star hotel with two restaurants and a spa, a hanging garden and a sports club.

When? Second quarter of 2024
Where? 40-42 rue Legendre, Paris 17th

H4 Hotel Wyndham Paris Pleyel

In spring 2024, the Pleyel Tower, which used to house offices, will be transformed into a 4-star hotel with a panoramic swimming pool and almost 700 rooms.

When? April 2024.
Where? 149 boulevard Anatole-France, Saint-Denis



This bistronomic restaurant makes the most of recycled produce, cooked differently for lunch and dinner. The chef, Louis Robergeau, advocates a responsible and natural approach to cooking. His tasty dishes are enjoyed in a friendly atmosphere.

When? November 2023
Where? 46 rue Ramey, Paris 18th


Two Top Chef alumni, Albane Auvray and Hugo Riboulet, have combined their talents to open this street food establishment, which creatively revisits a French classic, the tourte, in individual format.

When? December 2023
Where? 34 rue Saint-Sauveur, Paris 2nd

Qasti Green

Qasti Green, the latest creation from chef Alan Geaam, where the Michelin-starred Lebanese chef offers an ode to vegetarian Lebanese cuisine.

When? January 2024
Where? 41 rue des Jeûneurs, Paris 2nd


Mojju, chef Thibault Sombardier's new restaurant, where he puts the spotlight on Korean culinary culture. Traditional Korean flavours are blended with touches of French cuisine, creating unique and tasty dishes.

When? January 2024
Where? 4 Rue de l'Exposition, Paris 7th

Altro Frenchie

A new restaurant from French chef Greg Marchand, who revisits and reinterprets classic Italian dishes to delight our taste buds.

When? January 2024
Where? 9 rue du Nil, Paris 2nd

Public House

This British-style brasserie opens on the former site of the American Dream under the aegis of “Pie King” chef Calum Franklin, a lover of good products, traditional cooking.

When? January 2024
Where? 28 rue Daunou, Paris 2nd


Chef Victor Blanchet, a former sous-chef at L'Arpège who was discovered by the public when he took part in the 2023 edition of Top Chef, is preparing to open his first restaurant, Halo, in the Hôtel d'Osmont in the Sentier district.

When? February 2024
Where? 12 rue Saint-Sauveur, Paris 2nd


Chef Katsuaki Okiyama is teaming up with Hugo Combe for Minore, an intimate restaurant and cocktail bar inspired by the New York ambience. The venue will offer 22 seats and 12 stools for enjoying culinary creations directly at the counter.

When? February 2024
Where? 4 avenue Trudaine, Paris 9th

The Blossom Arms

Chef Alexandre Chapier is opening The Blossom Arms, a modern English pub with French-style dining codes and a range of seafood-oriented restaurants.

When? February 2024
Where? 17 rue Guy Môquet, Paris 17th

Chalet des Îles

The Chalet des Îles is back after months of renovation. Located on the Ile du Lac in the Bois de Boulogne, you have to take a barge to get to this former Swiss chalet, which was transported to Paris in parts for Empress Eugénie.

When? April 2024
Where? Bois de Boulogne, embarcadère du Chalet des Îles Porte de la Muette, Paris 16th


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Housed in a historic 13 000m² warehouse, Communale seeks to be a place for cultural, culinary, and social innovation with a market of fresh products, food counters (8 gourmets kiosks) several bars, a shared kitchen, plus a concert hall, a multimedia offering…

When? January 2024
Where? 10 bis rue de l’Hippodrome, 93400 Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine

Boom Boom Villette

France's very first food and leisure destination: 25,000 m² of space dedicated to food and entertainment. Escape games, climbing walls, restaurants... A real place where everyone can enjoy new experiences.

When? January 2024
Where? 30 avenue Corentin Cariou, Paris 19th


There's a brand-new club on the Paris electro scene, located beneath the Cité de la mode et du design. With a capacity of 700, Fvtvr is a new landmark venue in the 13th arrondissement.

When will it open? January 2024
Where? 32 quai d'Austerlitz, Paris 13th

Adidas Arena

© Paris 2024

Built as part of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Adidas Arena will be a lasting part of the Olympic legacy and the landscape of Paris and the rest of the world. It comprises 2 gymnasiums, a leisure area, "le bloc" (a 2,600m² area with tables and chairs for relaxing), a restaurant and a rooftop.

When? February 2024
Where? 56 boulevard Ney, Paris 18th

La Géode

The Géode, which has been closed since 2018 for major renovation work, is preparing to reopen its doors to the public in spring 2024. From now on, this legendary cinema, renowned for its top-of-the-range programming and extraordinary architecture, will be offering a totally new experience thanks to its new IMAX screens.

When? Spring 2024
Where? 26 avenue Corentin-Cariou, Paris 19th

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