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Our 5 hidden spots in Paris

Enjoy a stay at the hotel Ekta in the spring, to visit a sunny Paris!

Discover our top #5 original locations in the EKTA district to discover Paris differently, follow us!

 

La Maison de La Pagode ou "Maison Loo"

Formerly a private mansion, the Pagoda is a unique building on the Parisian square with a very oriental style inspired by the architecture of a Chinese Pagoda. This building belonged to a wealthy art dealer, Ching Tsai Loo and was renovated by the architect Fernand Bloch in 1926. A little international escape in the heart of Paris.

48, rue de Courcelles, Paris 8e

 

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Salon de Thé du Musée de la Vie Romantique

A true tribute to romanticism with its beautiful flowers and peacefulness, the garden of the Museum of Romantic Life is one of the most charming places in the capital. When the fine weather returns, enjoy a pastry from Rose Bakery.

16 Rue Chaptal, Paris 9e

 

Passage Jouffroy

Pass through one of the oldest and busiest (still today) covered passages in Paris. First inaugurated in 1836, it was one of the first to be built with an iron and glass structure.  

10-12 Boulevard Montmartre, Paris 9e

 

 

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Maison Deyrolle

An institution of Natural History dating from 1888, you will travel back in time through various unique pieces. This cabinet of curiosities will delight all amateurs or informed public of natural collections.

46 Rue du Bac, Paris 7e

 

Lavirotte Building

Paris or Barcelona? This is the question you could ask when arriving in front of the façade of this building designed by Jules Lavirotte. Built in 1901, it has an Art Nouveau-style façade that will certainly remind you of another famous Catalan counterpart by the name of Gaudi.

27 Avenue Rapp, Paris 7e

 

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