ITINERARIES
We love it!

 

Already a Paris expert ? During your stay in Hotel Duret Boutique Hotel, our concierge will be delighted to introduce you to their favorite museums and provide custom itineraries

Among our must-see, you will be invited to visit the Fondation Louis Vuitton with its iconic and stylish architecture, Jacquemart-André Museum nested in an exceptional mansion house, Marmottan Museum, Monet’s world widest collection or Palais de Tokyo contemporary exhibits…

 

Fondation Louis Vuitton

 

The Fondation Louis Vuitton was created by Bernard Arnault, LVMH CEO and benefactor. Internationally renowned architect Frank Gehry was selected to design the building. With its transparent cloud design the museum is a unique venue housing both permanent and temporary collections. It is a must-see for Modern and contemporary Art’s aficionados.

 

Fondation website 

Musée Jacquemart-André

 

Originally built as the private home of art-lovers husband and wife Edouard-André and Nélie Jacquemart, this mansion (including all the furniture and pieces of art) was given to the "Institut de France" at their death. Their will imposed that all furniture and paintings be kept in their original conditions and be opened to the public. We can now discover their private apartments, rooms decorated and furnished in the period style and French 2nd most beautiful Art collection right after the Louvre museum.

 

Opened daily from 10 AM to 6 PM bank holiday included.

  Museum website

Musée Marmottan

 

Following to Jules Marmottan will, the museum is now Académie des Beaux Arts’ Possession. Collections have been enhanced further to other donations and legacies. They now display over 40 Monets including the world famous “Impression soleil Levant» which inspired the name of Impressionism. It is the most extensive Monet’s collection.  

 

Opened from 10 AM to 6PM except on Mondays.

Museum website  

 

 

TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS

 

Thanks to this selection of temporary exhibits, our concierge is delighted to share his passion for Arts.