Paris, home to the elegance of Eiffel Kensington Hotel, packs several fascinating places a stone’s throw away, yours to explore. Among these, the grand Musée d’Orsay,holds a special place. Serving as an emblem of artistic charisma in the occidental world, dating back to 1848 through 1914, it amasses enriching collections procured from eminent establishments like the Louvre, Jeu de Paume, and numerous modern art galleries.

Close by, at the scenic Seine near the iconic Eiffel Tower, stands the Musée du Quai Branly – a mesmerizing place where arts and civilizations from different corners of the world unite – Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. It is here, nestled amid spectacular architecture designed by Jean Nouvel, that captivating artifacts of non-Western art find refuge. Owing to its immense popularity and rich collection, the museum constitutes the prominence shared by the top-tier museums of Paris. Access to this splendor can be facilitated with incredible ease from our hotel!

One historic structure that captures eyes is the École Militaire. With a dignified creation dating back to the dawn of Louis XV, the complex effectively winds up the southeast aspects of Champ de Mars. Erected with ramifications of splendor that fondly recall the magnificence of Louis XIV’s Hôtel des Invalides, the momentous venue bulges with, conspicuous episodes of history – form serving as the grounds for NATO Defense College (from 1951 to 1966), to cradling contemporary Centre de Documentation de l’École Militaire (CDEM).

A leisurely stroll from our hotel leads to an outstanding view through Champ de Mars promenade where Paris’s irreplaceable symbol, the marvelous Eiffel Tower, awaits your visit. Affectionately haired as the ‘Iron Lady,’ she encapsulates the unique amalgamation of quintessential Parisian charm and romance. Conquer the height, either lazily with an elevator or dashingly through stairs. Regardless of the mode of climbing to the top, slipping by the first floor is tradgeous loss. One should step on the fabulous glass floor, surrendering to the view unfolds.

Now shift the gear and move to latency embodied 5th arrondissement of Paris – The Latin Quarter. Here, the left bank sparkles with the Raw lure of Bohemian overlays, pushing away the boundaries set by rustic cobblestone underlays. Hard to Miss a visit to iconic establishments like The Panthéon, the Palais, and the pretty Jardin du Luxembourg awaiting amidst diversity celebrating eateries and beverage hubs. Packed with experiences worth reminiscing, make most of your trip!