Le Bellechasse received Silvia Notargiacomo for a shooting photo!

Silvia Notargiacomo

What’s more original than the Bellechasse Saint-Germain for a shooting session?

The hotel was indeed the place for a FSHN’s article. Silvia Notargiacomo, ballroom dancing champion and professional dancer for the show “Dancing with the Stars” was the model of this article. The aim was to highlight, some Christian Lacroix’s dresses .

Come celebrate Easter at the hotel Le Bellechasse Saint-Germain

On the occasion of the Easter holidays, Hotel Le Bellechasse Saint-Germain is pleased to welcome you to celebrate this event.

We offer a package including room, breakfast, Champagne Heidsick to take the bar and a chocolate sweetness.

You can take part in one of the organized hunts in our beautiful capital treasures.

Offer valid from 11 to 27 April 2014 for a minimum stay of 2 nights.

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ALAÏA in Musee Galliera

Museum of Fashion

from September 28th, 2013 to January 26th, 2014

(from Tuesday to Sunday – 10am to 6pm)

Designed for the reopening of the Galliera Museum, the exhibition provides the first retrospective in Paris dedicated to couturier Azzedine Alaïa.


After studying at the School of Fine Arts in Tunis, Alaïa arrived in Paris during the 1950s and quickly became a noble artisan himself, perfecting Parisian elegance. He mastered his craft by remaining close to his clients, whom he seduced with custom-made garments in the great tradition of Chic. In the 60s and 70s, he developed wardrobes for famous personalities such as Louise de Vilmorin, Arletty and Greta Garbo. He followed a creative method that allowed him to free himself from dictates and rules, confirming his talent as a visionary. He was recognised by the media in the 1980s as his work stood out as particularly noteworthy during that decade. A true plastic surgeon who only used his scissors on chiffon and leather, Alaïa sculpted a new body. By inventing novel morphologies for clothes through the simple play of seams, Alaïa became the couturier of a timeless body of work. His influence on contemporary fashion and all generations of creators and couturiers is fundamental.


Galliera Museum

10, avenue Pierre Ier de Serbie
75116 Paris

RER C Pont de l’Alma station

Chapel of our Lady of the Miraculous Medal

In this chapel, the Blessed Virgin appeared to Saint Catherine Laboure, a Seminary Sister (novice) in the Daughters of the Charity in 1830, in order to offer the world a medal.

Heaven descended to earth…From July to December 1830 Sister Catherine, a young novice of the Daughters of Charity, received the extraordinary favour of conversing on three occasions with the Virgin Mary.

In the preceding months Catherine was honored with other apparitions.
Saint Vincent de Paul showed her his heart. While at prayer in the chapel, Catherine saw, on three successive days, the heart of Saint Vincent in three different coloUrs. The heart appeared white, the colour of peace; then red, the colour of fire; and then black, an indication of the misfortunes that would come upon France and Paris in particular.

Shortly after, Catherine saw Christ present in the Sacred Host.

” I saw Our Lard in the Blessed Sacrament all the time of my seminary except the times when I doubted.”

On June 6, 1830, feast of the Holy Trinity, Christ appeared as a crucified King, stripped of all his adornments.

On the occasion of the Year of Faith (11 october 2012 – 24 November 2013), Benedict XVI grants plenary indulgence.
During the duration of this year, the faithful can gain a plenary indulgence sentences attached to their sins, in suffrage for the dead and the living repentant pray for the intentions of the Holy Father.

140, rue du Bac

75007 PARIS


Metro (line 12) : Station “Sévres-Babylone”

The Salon du Chocolat – Paris Porte de Versailles

An even-more gourmet edition from 30 October through 3 November

(open from 10am to 7pm)


The Salon du Chocolat is the not-to-be-missed event for those who share a passion for this exceptional product. For its 2013 edition from 30 October through 3 November, the Salon du Chocolat will increase from 12,500 to 20,000 sqm dedicated entirely to sweet treats. Its chocolaty centre will be the meeting place for the big names in chocolate and will house confectionery and sweets treats to delight the taste buds of all epicureans.

Through its exciting events and in the heart of these new spaces dedicated to Chocolate and Confectionery, the 2013 Salon du Chocolat will focus on a question that is both culinary and existential: Why is chocolate so magical?

Being a worldwide event and a veritable international label, the Salon du Chocolat will host more than 550 participants, chocolatiers, chefs and pastry chefs, cocoa experts, from all over the world.


- Metro (line 12) : Station “Porte de Versailles”

Georges BRAQUE in Grand Palais

From September 18th, 2013 to January 06th, 2014

(10am till 8pm Sundays and Mondays – 10am till 10pm from Wednesdays to Saturdays)

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This retrospective, dedicated to the major 20th century artist Georges Braque, will survey all the periods of his artistic creation, from Fauvism to his final works culminating in the magnificent art studios and birds series. The exhibition will focus on highlights in his career, such as Cubism, the Canéphores (Basket Carriers) of the 1920’s, and his final landscapes.

Masculine – Masculine. The Nude Man in Art from 1800 to the Present Day. Orsay Museum

From September 24th, 2013 to January 02nd, 2014

(From 9:30am to 6:00pm from tuesday to sunday – till 9:45pm on thursday)

While it has been quite natural for the female nude to be regularly exhibited, the male nude has not been accorded the same treatment. It is highly significant that until the show at the Leopold Museum in Vienna in the autumn of 2012, no exhibition had opted to take a fresh approach, over a long historical perspective, to the representation of the male nude. However, male nudity was for a long time, from the 17th to 19th centuries, the basis of traditional Academic art training and a key element in Western creative art.

Therefore when presenting the exhibition Masculine / Masculine, the Musée d’Orsay, drawing on the wealth of its own collections and of other French public collections, aims to take an interpretive, playful, sociological and philosophical approach to exploring all aspects and meanings of the male nude in art.
Given that the 19th century took its inspiration from 18th century classical art, and that this influence still resonates today, the Musée d’Orsay is extending its traditional historical range in order to draw a continuous arc of creation through two centuries down to the present day, and will include the whole range of techniques: painting, sculpture, graphic arts and, of course, photography, which will have an equal place in the exhibition.

“The Parisienne” – The Champ-de-Mars will host the 17th edition of the Parisienne, a sporting event exclusively for women.

This year, 30,000 candidates have registered to participate in the 17th edition of the Parisienne, a running race of 6 km in the middle of Paris and reserved for women.

While waiting for the start scheduled in the morning of Sunday, September 15, “La Parisienne” village will open its doors as from Friday, on the Champ-de-Mars, and this year, Japan will have the place of honor. During the whole weekend, activities will be proposed to enable the public to discover the land of the Rising Sun. On the program: introductory workshops to dancing, music or cuisine.

As in previous editions, the Parisienne will also be an opportunity to raise funds for the fight against breast cancer. Various informative stands dedicated to sport and health in general, will, moreover, be provided to the public who wishes to (re)discover the pleasure of spending energy.

Pompidou Center : Roy Lichtenstein exhibition

From 3rd July to 04th November 2013

(from 11 am to 9pm, until 11 pm every thursdays)

Today Roy Lichtenstein is regarded as one of the stars of the pop art movement as well as a great master of American painting. And yet, having been at the avant-garde of pop art for several years, Lichtenstein went much further. As soon as he began to reference artists and styles from art history in his works, he was very quickly perceived as a postmodern artist. Then, in the last years of his life, returning to the classic genres of the nude and the landscape, he became almost a traditional painter. So that Roy Lichtenstein is, today, a “classic” artist. Yet the power of his art is also an amused distance, critical without becoming cynical, that he applied to both himself and to art, from early on to the end of his life, the importance of which must be recognised. In one of his last interviews, Lichtenstein did not deny the interviewer’s first question: “Are you sure that you have never created a work completely devoid of all trace of malice, humour or irony?”

European Patrimony Days

14th & 15th September, 2013

Like every year, for the 30th year, Patrimony Days back in September! You can discover monuments usually closed to the public and rarely visited …

100 years! It is 100 years this year that has been established the founding document for the protection of historical monuments of France. On the occasion of the 30th edition of the Heritage Days, the theme is “1913-2013: 100 years of protection.” Through tours, exhibitions, workshops and conferences, you will discover “100 years of projects and restoration workshops, craftsmen 100 years of work, restaurateurs and laboratories, 100 years of know-how conservation and enhancement of heritage. ”

Warning, contrary to popular belief, all visits are not free! So remember to inquire if you attempt an animation.

Do not hesitate to ask more information to the Reception team of Le Bellechasse Saint-Germain.