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Discover the completely renovated Jardin d'Acclimatation

For more than 150 years, Parisians have been enjoying this public park and garden on the outskirts of Paris. A paradise for children and adults alike, it covers some 19 hectares and combines amusements, rides, green spaces, water games and nature discovery pursuits. Entirely redesigned and renovated from 2017 to 2018, this summer it reopened...

The pastels of the Louvre

Until September 10th, the Louvre Museum is featuring its very rich collection of French pastels dating from the 17th and 18th centuries. It’s a golden opportunity to see splendid works by such artists as Liotard, Quentin de la Tour, Chardin and Vigée Le Brun that are rarely collected in a single exhibition.

Don’t miss the Prix de Diane

This Sunday, June 17th, the beautiful greenery of the Chantilly Racecourse will resonate to the galloping hooves of beautiful horses and skilled jockeys competing for the prestigious Prix de Diane. This internationally renowned sporting event combines excitement with elegance.

The art of gardening at the Tuileries

The 15th edition of Jardins, Jardin, an annual event bringing together gardening professionals and garden lovers, is held this year from May 31st to June 3rd at the Tuileries. From landscaping installation ideas to tools, vintage items, and books brimming with gardening secrets, whether your fingers have been green for years or you’re just starting out in this wonderful hobby, botanical bliss can be found at this fair.

The return of diptyque!

It is with great pleasure that we note the re-opening, just a few steps from the Burgundy Paris, of diptyque, a shop with a history dating back to 1961. Initially established on the Boulevard Saint-Germain, the brand has since spread across the world, but we are delighted to have it back almost on our doorstep, offering its superb range of perfumes, body care, candles and tealights at 332 Rue Saint-Honoré.

The French Open is coming!

From May 21st to June 10th, the red clay of the Roland-Garros Stadium will once again ring out to the sound of balls hitting racquet strings as the 2018 edition of the French Open tennis championships gets underway. Every year the tournament is a feast of sporting action, excitement and thrills!

Modern art beneath the dome of the Grand Palais

From April 5th to 8th, the Art Paris Art Fair will take place, as it does every year, beneath the magnificent iron and glass dome of the Grand Palais, just a short distance from the Burgundy Paris. Some 142 galleries from 23 countries representing more than 2000 artists will be present for this special edition as the event celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2018!

International show jumping at the Grand Palais

On March 16th, 17th and 18th, a stone’s throw from Le Burgundy Paris, the magnificent glass canopy of the Grand Palais welcomes the 2018 edition of the Saut Hermès, an internationally renowned show jumping competition that combines technical skill and sheer elegance. A wonderful event featuring the world’s elite riders and horses.

Dear Guests,

In accordance with the bill relating to the management of the health crisis passed on July 25th, 2021, the obligation to present a valid health pass or a negative PCR test of less than 48 hours will be necessary for all customers staying at Le Burgundy Paris from the August 9th, 2021.

In order to facilitate the check-in procedures on the day of arrival, we recommend that you send us the documents in advance for all occupants of the room aged over 18 years old.

The failure to present the documents upon check-in could result in the cancellation of the stay without recourse.

LE BURGUNDY PARIS