Our charming hotel is situated at the heart of the lively Passy district, one of the very chic areas in Paris, the XVIth Parisian quarter. It is two steps away from OECD headquarters, several ambassies and different administrations.
You will no doubt be charmed by the very peculiar atmosphere of that place, but most of all by the shopping activity of Passy street.
Getting to the Hameau de Passy through a private lane, you will discover a flowery garden sheltered from the city rumors.
Its absolute calm will surprise you: the song of the birds is the only diversion.
This is countryside in Paris!
You can fully enjoy your stay in Paris relaxing with your family after a day-work or having enjoyed the fashionable shops of Passy street.
Our staff is at your disposal and will answer all your questions concerning the shops and the area around. If you wish so, you can discover the history of this place going from La Muette to Passy.
Hotel Hameau de Passy is a real peaceful haven where it is nice resting. Our hotel is a two stars hotel but you will enjoy the services of a three stars hotel.
The staff welcomes you in an entirely renovated décor and cares about your well-being.
The environment will immediately charm you. This district invites to a meditation over one of the most decisive transformations of Paris.
Every street brings unexpected memories, the interest of which rebounds every instant, as you find in turn the décor of traditional Paris and that of provincial France. Another specificity of the area is that you can visit just a few steps away from the Hameau, the fountain of La Muette gate as well as the Muette flower garden, one of the most beautiful gardens in the entire capital city.
Our hotel is situated in a business quarter close to the OECD headquarters and the Radio House. Its excellent geographic situation enables you to visit the most important monuments in Western Paris. It is also close to public transportation.
Reception is open 24 hours a day. Our staff will inform you about possible gastronomic or cultural rides as well as make reservations for shows.
The Chaillot Palace is close by. Built in 1937, for the Universal Exhibition, the Palace shelters the National museum of French monuments, the museum of Mankind, the Marine museum and the national Chaillot theatre. Subsidized by the state, the Chaillot palace theatre plays, before all, a classical repertoire, but is also open to contemporary works.
The Ranelagh theatre is also a classified theatre and dates back to 1750.
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