The Jardin des Tuileries is the quintessential French garden, with its verdant lawns, manicured rows of trees, and gravel paths, was designed by André Le Nôtre for Louis XIV. After the king moved his court to Versailles, in 1682, the Tuileries became the place for stylish Parisians to stroll.
Between the Louvre and place de la Concorde, the gravelled alleyways of these gardens have been a chic promenade ever since they opened to the public in the 16th century; and the popular mood persists with the funfair that sets up along the rue de Rivoli side in summer.
Being the Louvre the Top spot to visit, is the The world’s largest museum is also its most visited. It is a city within the city, a vast, multi-level maze of galleries, passageways, staircases and escalators. It’s famous for the artistic glories it contains within, but the very fabric of the museum is a masterpiece in itself – or rather, a collection of masterpieces modified and added to from one century to another.
For the best view of the garden you must stay in one of the hotels in Rue Rivoli and get a perfect view above the city of lights. The Empire Paris is a beautiful 18th century hotel particular, halfway between the Empire style and contemporary design, is an invitation to luxury and well-being.
Situated closely to Paris’ biggest and most famous museum of arts, this 5-star hotel combines elegance with refined style, for a king and queen stay. Hotel du Louvre, is truly a Parisian grand hotel, rises in the very heart of the Paris of arts and culture. Each one of the 4 facades of this luxury hotel looks out on an emblematic monument of Paris: the Louvre Museum, Opera Garnier, the state theatre Comédie Française and the place du Palais Royal.
The perfect experience in Paris is to try the French and Parisian food and restaurants, and we can say that you will not be disappointed with any French plate. With a very contemporary culture almost every restaurant in Paris is a place to stop, like le First, in the rue Rivoli. Facing the Tuileries Gardens, le First, restaurant boudoir paris invites you to taste an authentic and inventive cuisine, in an elegant setting designed by Jacques Garcia.
Established in the rue Rivoli is also Jacques Garcia, with his office, he is is a French architect, interior designer and garden designer, best known for his contemporary interiors of Paris hotels and restaurants.
But in case your looking for design pieces you can take a little walk and go to the Tressera Collection Showroom in Rue Rivoli next to the Jardin de L’Oratoire. The Tressera Collection was created in response to particular needs, combining that with the fine craftsmanship and noblest materials in a contemporary and minimal design.