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The Musée Montmartre offers from April 12th 2017 to January 14th 2018 a big exhibition dedicated to its streets which have so many times served as decor in the cinema!

In a geographical and dreamlike itinerary, the visitor will be immersed in a total immersion in the different locations of the mythical district which attracted many directors, French and international: Blanche and Moulin Rouge, Place Pigalle, Barbès, Antwerp, The Sacred Heart and so on.

25 minutes by metro from the hotel le Bellechasse Saint-Germain.

L’exposition Vermeer

“The Sphinx of Delft”: coined by French journalist and art critic Théophile Thoré-Bürger when he revealed Vermeer to the world late in the 19th century, this famous expression has served mainly to promote an enigmatic image of the painter. The myth of the solitary genius has done the rest. Yet Johannes Vermeer (1632–1675) did not attain his level of creative mastery in isolation from the art of his time.

Through comparisons with the works of other artists of the Golden Age—among them Gerrit Dou, Gerard ter Borch, Jan Steen, Pieter de Hooch, Gabriel Metsu, Caspar Netscher, and Frans van Mieris—the exhibition brings to light Vermeer’s membership of a network of painters specializing in the depiction of everyday life while admiring, inspiring, and vying with each other. This dynamic rivalry played its part in the remarkable quality of their respective works; in this context we might be tempted to think of Vermeer as just one painter among others, but in point of fact this reciprocal contact tended to render his temperament sharper and more individual.


Practical information

From February 22 to May 22, 2017

Hall Napoléon, under the Pyramid

€15 (permanent collections + exhibitions)

Opening hours
Every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., except Tuesday.
Late-night openings until 9:45 p.m.on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays until May 22, 2017.

Le Hall Napoléon is at 16 minutes from the hotel Bellechasse Saint-Germain.

Roland-Garros 2017


Roland-Garros will make his return from May 28th until June 11th, 2017. As every year, the tennismen in the world will play the prestigious French Title during 15 days, for the unmissable meeting of the season for hard-packed lovers.

The edition 2017 of Roland-Garros will be held at the Auteuil door for 15 exceptional days, wich will come to delight tennis amateurs of the whole world.

  • The qualifications, from 22 until 26 May 2017 :
  • Men’s doubles,
  • Ladies’ doubles,
  • Mixed doubles,
  • The trophy of the legends-Perrier,
  • Children day of Roland-Garros,
  • The tournament Juniors,
  • Women’s final: June 10th, 2017,
  • Men’s final : June 11th, 2017.

As every year, tournament gathers the best players of the tennis world and guarantees a breathtaking show to all people who will make the trip.

The elegance in the art of the 18th century

The Petit Palais opens its doors to the Jeffrey Horvitz collection.

From March 21 to July 9, 2017, nearly 200 paintings,

sculptures and mostly drawings of the French eighteenth

century gathered by the great collector of Boston,

are to be rediscovered, from Watteau, Boucher, Fragonard,

David to Bouchardon.


The exhibition “21 Rue La Boétie”








From 2 March to 31 July the Museum Maillol organizes. The exhibition “21 Rue La Boétie” retraces the remarkable story of Paul Rosenberg (1881-1959), one of the most influential art dealers in the first half of the twentieth century. The exhibition brings together some sixty or so Modern masterpieces, some of which have never before been shown in France such as works by Pablo Picasso, Fernand Léger, Georges Braque, Henri Matisse, Marie Laurencin, coming from some of the largest public and private art collections in Europe.

The hosting of the exhibition “21 Rue La Boétie” by the Museum Maillol is part of their new cultural programme, developed by Culturespaces, focusing on Modern and Contemporary art.

Combining history and art, social history and politics, the exhibition highlights a crucial time in the twentieth century, of which Paul Rosenberg was an important witness, both an actor and a victim.

The Maillol Museum is a 7-min walk from the hotel Le Bellechasse Saint-Germain.

“Rodin au Grand Palais”

From march 22nd to july 31st 2017 and at the occasion of the centenary of his death,the Grand palais organize an exposition and offer a new perspective about this artist protean, and summoning his collections or artists such as Carpeaux, Bourdelle, RodinClaudel, Brancusi, Picasso or Richier, giving the opportunity to understand his genius.

The national Picasso museum of Paris

Affiche_Olga_500From march 21st to September 3rd 2017, As a part of

the Picasso year, the museum dedicates an exposition

about the years Picasso shared with his first wife Olga Khokholva.

A rich collection of paintings, drawings, pictures and

writings illustrating their own story. An unique occasion

to discover Picasso’s paintings famously known.

The museum also owns a restaurant, a big hall and a bar.


American Painting in the 1930’s – Musée de l’Orangerie

The Age of Anxiety

Musee de l Orangerie

The 1930’s reflects the great richness and complexity of this pre-World War II period. From October 12th 2016 to January 30th 2017  this exhibition will show you the esthetic worlds of painters like Marsden Hartley, Georgia O’Keeffe, or Edward Hopper operated side by side, confronting each other in the same creative centers.

Mounted jointly with the Art Institute of Chicago, this exhibition will feature a set of fifty to sixty pictures taken from prestigious American public collections (Art Institute in Chicago, the Whitney Museum or the Museum of Modern Art in New-York…) and also private collections.

JEAN NOUVEL, Mes meubles d’architecte. Sens et Essence . Musée des Arts décoratifs

The Musée des Arts Décoratifs is located 15 minutes away walking from the hotel Bellechasse Saint Germain, crossing the beautiful gardens of the Tuileries. 

From 27 October 2016 to 12 February 2017, it will show an exhibition of furniture and objects designed by Jean Nouvel, one of the rare contemporary architects to have had more than a hundred of these creations published since 1987. 

Musée des Arts décoratifs
Unique exhibition where the viewer is immersed in
semi-darkness and where light reveals all the poetry of objects.

Open Air Opera




Every summer, Opéra en plein air, or Open Air Opera, offers everyone the chance to relax and enjoy live opera outdoors. A well-known director puts on a great opera from the classical repertoire. This is then performed in open air settings, at prestigious sites such as the Hôtel National des Invalides in the centre of Paris.

After Mozart’s Don Giovanni, The MagicFlute, Verdi’s Aïda, Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, Verdi’s La Traviata the festival has chosen La Bohème by Giacomo Puccino for 2016.

From 6 September to 10 September 2016.