Hidden away from the hustle and bustle, just a stone's throw from the Palais Royal, you will findHotel Therese, in the calm of a small street that the most historic Paris has the secret of. The charm of a place with a human face and size. Smiling welcome, patinated chic, soft fabrics, subdued shades and warm corners: you are here as if at home, in an owner's hotel. Intimacy is an art deployed in its smallest details and attentions, and all these small luxuries are for you
Intimacy is an art form where attention to detail is paramount. And every little luxury is yours to be enjoyed.
The hotel is a maze of hallways and recesses – with all the charm of Paris at its most picturesque – that lead to your room.
Here you will find all the services proposed for yourself or your dear ones. We are here to cater to you, our special guests.
For a good start to your day, you will find on the buffet:
hot (prepared on request) and cold drinks,
bread, baguette, pastries, gluten-free bread, jams, peanut butter, spreads and honey,
fresh fruit juice,
fresh fruit salad,
cheese and cottage cheese,
yoghurt, including organic,
Hot corner with sausages or bacon and scrambled eggs (other omelettes and fried eggs prepared on request)
Are you traveling with your children ?
we have family rooms to accomodate up to 4 persons, with special bathroom amenities « Le Petit Prince » .
Baby cot, changing mat and high chair available.
The reception staff will be happy to help you plan all sorts of activities adapted to children tastes
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5/7, rue Thérèse
75001 Paris France
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A collection of unique works, exhibited for the first time outside of Uzbekistan's museums, can be discovered at the IMA. Several hundred pieces, and as many splendors made at the turn of the twentieth century, which immerse us in the history and ancestral skills of a country melting pot of civilizations millennia.
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Are you disabled? Ask us about the provision of a telephone with large buttons or a luminous alarm clock. We also offer you one of our Executive rooms located on the ground floor of the hotel, equipped for people with reduced mobility.
The Dior Gallery, a testament to the bold vision of Christian Dior and his six successors: Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons and Maria Grazia Chiuri.
In 1930, Matisse left France for a trip to Tahiti, thus voluntarily marking a pause in his creation, and initiating a turning point in his work. The exhibition "Matisse. Cahiers d'art, le tournant des années 1930" looks back at this decisive decade. It is through the prism of Cahiers d'art, a major avant-garde magazine created by Christian Zervos in 1926, that the exhibition approaches the work of Matisse in the 1930s. As the voice of international modernism and the aesthetic currents of his time, the magazine reports on the artist's production throughout the interwar period.
Édouard Manet (1832-1883) and Edgar Degas (1834-1917) were both key players in the new painting of the 1860s-80s. This exhibition, which brings the two painters together in the light of their contrasts, forces us to take a new look at their real complicity. It shows the heterogeneous and conflicting aspects of pictorial modernity and reveals the value of Degas' collection, where Manet took a larger place after his death.
After the "Jean-Michel Basquiat" exhibition in 2018, the Foundation continues its exploration of the artist's work, this time revealing his collaboration with Andy Warhol.
From 1984 to 1985, Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) and Andy Warhol (1928-1987) produced approximately 160 paintings together, "four hands", some of which were among the greatest of their respective careers. Keith Haring (1958-1990), who witnessed their friendship and this joint production, spoke of a " conversation taking place through paint, instead of words", and of two minds merging to create a "third, separate and unique" one.
"Basquiat x Warhol, à quatre mains", the most important exhibition ever devoted to this singular work, will bring together more than three hundred works and documents, including eighty jointly signed canvases; individual works by each artist will also be presented, as well as a collection of works by Keith Haring, Jenny Holzer, Kenny Scharf, Michael Halsband, etc., in order to recreate the art scene of downtown New York in the 1980s.
The cycle of exhibitions "Before the storm", presented by the Pinault Collection, invites visitors on a journey from shadow to light, through installations and works, some of which are emblematic and others new, by some fifteen artists, who take over all the spaces of the museum.
Until September 11, 2023
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Flexible offer and valid if availability, until August 31st, 2021
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