Christmas in Paris; live the dream
Published on 5 November 2018, dans Paris
This year, why not enjoy an exceptional experience with your loved ones by spending the festive season in Paris? At this time of year, the City of Light unleashes the full force of its charm, distilling the Christmas spirit and embracing all that makes Yuletide great. Christmas lights, shop window displays, and seasonal markets transform Paris in December, and you can discover it all during your stay at the Hotel Passy Eiffel!
Parisian illuminations; a city of splendour
As winter sets in, Paris puts on its most beautiful garlands of light. As the holiday season approaches, the legendary boulevards of the city, such as the Champs-Elysées and Faubourg Saint-Honoré, are dressed in light for your pleasure. Each district also adorns its squares and busy streets with delightful illuminations, not to mention, of course, the many lovingly decorated Christmas trees throughout the city.
Christmas windows; a taste of childhood and magic
The renowned department stores Printemps, Galeries Lafayette and Le Bon Marché compete with ingenuity and creativity to create the finest Christmas window displays. An unmissable rendezvous for Parisians and visitors to the city, whether they are young or old, the display windows of the stores are turned into magical worlds of dream, Christmas charm and good cheer. Bring your family and enjoy these inventive and beautifully designed scenes that are guaranteed to get you into the festive spirit.
Christmas markets; exquisite delicacies
Christmas is a time to get together with family and friends, a glass of mulled wine in one hand and a cinnamon cookie in the other. You can find all the gustatory treats you need for your festive table at the picturesque and friendly seasonal markets of Paris from the beginning of December. For your Christmas break in Paris, book your room at the 3-star Hotel Passy Eiffel.
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Hotel Passy Eiffel, a charming hotel at the heart of the historic « village » of Passy