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    “The Nolinski is located in the very heart of Paris, near the Palais-Royal, close to the Louvre Museum and the Opéra Garnier.”


    Nolinski Paris
    16 avenue de l’Opéra
    75001 Paris, France
    Tel: +33 (0) 1 42 86 10 10

    From the airports:
    Paris-Orly airport (20km – 40 min by car)
    Paris Charles-de-Gaulle airport (30km -50 min by car)

    Subway Stations :
    Pyramides – Lines 7 & 14 (doorstep)
    Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre – Lines 1 & 7 (300 m)
    Opéra – Lines 3, 7 & 8 (600 m)

    Closest public parking:
    Pyramides – underground parking (3 min walk)

    “Experience elegance with a French touch. The authenticity of a neighbourhood. “


    Moments away from the Comédie Française and the Louvre, between the Garnier opera house and the famous Rue Saint Honoré, lies a temple to art and life à la française: the NOLINSKI.

    Here in the heart of the capital, wander, explore and seize the moment. An ode to beauty by day and the City of Lights by night, Paris is a celebration, an exhibition, a park, a café, a boutique and an opera rolled into one – a whirlwind of culture and history. From the romance of the Seine to the formidable majesty of the Palais Royal’s sun-drenched gardens, this eternal tribute to all that is beautiful lies on the Nolinski’s doorstep. Paris’s heart is yours for the taking. Delve into a stay steeped in emotion

    A 13th century castle that has evolved with the centuries. Once the residence of the Kings of France under the Ancien Régime, today the Louvre is one of the world’s most prestigious museums. Rubbing shoulders with the Cour Carrée, its famous glass pyramid has reigned over the Cour Napoléon since 1989. Contrasting with the surrounding classical buildings, this futuristic monument encloses the main entrance. Inside, medieval relics are spread over three wings: Sully, Richelieu and Denon. A 60,600 m² journey through the ages in eight permanent collections: Oriental, Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, Paintings, Sculptures, Decorative Arts, Islamic Art and Prints and Drawings from the Middle Ages to 1848. The majestic Tuileries gardens and fountains greet visitors upon leaving, providing an airy space for joggers and strollers that stretches from the Palais to the Obelisk on Place de la Concorde. A haven of greenery in the heart of the city.