Hotel Bleu de Grenelle

Bleu de Grenelle offers you 3 days in Paris with your family

Categories : Discover Paris, published on : 6/5/23

You have planned to spend a few days of vacation to visit Paris with your family, and you don't know how to organize yourself? It must be said that the monuments and cultural offerings are so numerous that you will not be able to see everything. So, so as not to miss any of the essentials, here is a short itinerary for a 3-day stay in Paris with the family.


Day 1: take advantage of the best visits to do near our hotel in Paris 15

The Bleu de Grenelle hotel has the advantage of being particularly well located, a stone's throw from the 7th arrondissement and the most emblematic monuments of Paris . So let's start our journey there.

Pont de Bir Hakeim: an emblematic bridge of the capital

Crossed by the Seine, the capital benefits from a pleasant setting for walking. Along the walks, the bridges of Paris are the charm of the city, and lead you from one bank to the other with ease. Your first steps in the capital will guide you to the Bir-Hakeim bridge .

This two-storey bridge, which was created during the 20th century, offers a particular use, since its 2nd floor is reserved for line 6 of the Paris metro. Walkers and cars can then take the 1st floor of the bridge to go from the 15th to the 16th arrondissement.

From the Bir-Hakeim bridge, you will have a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower and the Swan Island.

Visit the Antoine Bourdelle Museum

In less than 10 minutes by metro (line 6), you will reach the Antoine Bourdelle museum , near the Montparnasse tower. You will be able to discover the workshops and the gardens of the famous sculptor, as well as his many works: bronzes, marbles, plasters... You will learn more about the one who was the collaborator of Rodin, and the master of many great artists, such as Giacometti, Vieira da Silva, or even Germaine Richier.

Discover Paris via the Montparnasse tower

If the Eiffel Tower is the place of reference to offer you a view of Paris, the Montparnasse Tower is the highest observation point in the capital. Then climb to the 59th floor of the tower thanks to the fastest elevator in Europe, which will take you 210 meters high in just 38 seconds, and treat yourself to breathtaking views for 40 km around.

Take the time to also stop at the 56th floor, to follow the interactive route that will make you discover Paris in augmented reality .


Day 2: discover the gardens next to your 4-star hotel

If you are planning a family stay with children , it is always nice to be able to leave the hustle and bustle of Paris for a few moments and find yourself in a quiet space. For this, many parks and green spaces are freely accessible near the Bleu de Grenelle hotel.

André-Citroën park

In less than 15 minutes from the hotel (metro lines 8 and 10), André-Citroën Park has large lawns installed in place of the former Citroën factory. Created in 1992, this Parisian park of 14 hectares is the newest in the capital, and you can feel the futuristic architecture in each of the 3 parts (white garden, black garden and large central park). Along the paths, you can admire the exotic trees, the two large greenhouses and the rare plants.

Meanwhile, children can have fun on the huge playgrounds.

Georges Brassens park

15 minutes by public transport, or 30 minutes on foot from the Bleu de Grenelle hotel, the Georges Brassens park is another green space in Paris where it is good to walk with the family. A true tribute to the great singer, who lived close by, this park was, in the past, occupied by vines.

Today, this place for a walk is ideal for a few days with the family. The setting is conducive to relaxation, with a small river crossing it, a belvedere and a small bridge. There are also a few vines and beehives. The puppet theater and pony rides are a delight for the little ones.

Walk on the Champ-de-Mars

During your family stay in Paris, don't forget to tread the pretty lawn of the Parc du Champ de Mars . At the foot of the Eiffel Tower, this green space dating from 1780 is the only park in Paris with free access day and night.

Offering a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower, the nearly 25-hectare park is the ideal place for a family picnic, or to admire the Iron Lady at night.


Day 3: visit the monuments of Paris from our hotel in Paris 15

Your family vacation in Paris will not be really successful if you don't take the time to visit the greatest monuments and the must-see tourist sites.

Climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower

Built in 1889 by the engineer Gustave Eiffel, on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition, the Eiffel Tower is the emblematic historical monument of Paris. Take the time to climb to the 3rd floor, and treat yourself to a panoramic view of the capital, more than 250 meters high. You will have plenty of time to stop on the 1st and 2nd floors to enjoy the various restaurants and browse the various shops.

To prolong the experience, book your hotel room now with a view of the Eiffel Tower , at the Bleu de Grenelle hotel.

Go see the Arc de Triomphe

15 minutes by metro from the hotel (line 6), the Arc de Triomphe offers you a breathtaking view of the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Avenue des Champs Élysées. This large arch, built in 1806 at the request of Napoleon 1st, is a tribute to the Grande Armée. Under the arch, we find the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, whose flame is rekindled every evening.

Visit the Louvre Museum: a real cultural monument to visit with the family

The Louvre Museum , which previously housed the Palace of the Kings, is the most visited museum in the world. It must be said that the impressive collection of more than 35,000 works is unparalleled. You will then travel through time, from Antiquity to the 19th century, but also across the world, from Egypt to Italy, from Greece to the Americas.

After your family visit, you can get some fresh air and stretch your legs in the very famous Tuileries Garden.


With this itinerary in the various tourist sites of the capital, your family trip to Paris promises to be magical. Extend the magic by booking your room now with a view of the Eiffel Tower , in the beautiful modern hotel Bleu de Grenelle. Its ideal location will also allow you to visit the other must-see sites: the Cité des Sciences, the Grévin museum, the Orsay museum, Disneyland Paris...

More about our boutique hotel in Paris / FAQ

  • Rooms are available from 3pm

  • When is check-out time?

    Rooms must be liberated at 12pm at the latest

  • Is there a parking in the hotel?

    The hotel does not have a private parking, but there parkings are available around the hotel and underneath the metro line situated across from the hotel. 

    The closest and best value-for-money parking is:

    Interparking Cambronne - 26 villa Croix Nivert - 75015 Paris (5 min by foot)


  • What are the sizes of the rooms?

    Room sizes vary according to capacity. Single rooms are approximately 13 m2, double rooms 14 to 17 m2 and triple rooms 21 m2. The apartment with its two rooms and small kitchen 32 m2.

  • Does the hotel have connecting rooms?

    The hotel Bleu de Grenelle offers adjacent rooms, using of two private double rooms with a common entrance. They are perfect for family stays!

  • Does the hotel offer babysitting services?

    Our front office team will be delighted to recommend top-quality babysitting services.

  • Is there a restaurant in our Parisian boutique hotel?

    The hotel does not have its own restaurant (besides the breakfast service), but our team will be happy to recommend some of the best addresses in Paris according to your taste and desire.

  • Is the hotel open to people without a room reservation?

    The hotel Bleu de Grenelle is opened to everyone! If you don’t have a reservation, you still are welcome any time during the day to enjoy the co-working area and the bar.

  • Is there an elevator in the hotel?

    There are two elevators in the hotel. However, they are not suitable for wheelchairs.

  • Does the hotel have a free WIFI internet connection?

    The wi-fi is available for free in the rooms and the common areas of the hotel

  • May we ask for a baby cot?

    We will be happy to put a baby bed in your room on a simple advance request.

  • Does the hotel have a temperature control system?

    All our rooms are equipped with heating and air-conditioning depending on the season (heating when outside temperatures are below 17 Celsius degrees and air-conditioning when temperatures are above 17 Celsius degrees)

  • Is the hotel accessible to PRMs (Persons of Reduced Mobility)?

    Our boutique hotel in Paris offers access to PRMs on the first floor and in two rooms especially equipped for their needs.

  • Can an additional bed be installed in a room?

    Besides baby beds, the hotel does not install additional adults beds, but suggests booking one of the triple rooms that will offer optimal comfort to all occupants.

  • How to modify/ cancel a reservation?

    If conditions to modify or cancel are still current, you simply need to address your request by phone + 33 1 45 75 26 54 or by email:

  • Is it possible to obtain a detailed bill with TVA (value-added tax) included?

    A bill with TVA will be printed at check-out and/or sent by email on simple request.

  • Does the hotel allow domestic animals?

    Le Bleu de Grenelle, Parisian boutique hotel, has some rooms adapted for customers with traditional domestic animals (we do not have vivariums or delphinariums).

    An additional 10 euros per night is required to have the room specially cleaned. Thank you for mentioning that you are traveling with your pet at the time of reservation to confirm the availability of these rooms.

  • Is breakfast included in the price of the room?

    According to the selected offer, rooms are sold with or without breakfast. Refer back to the description of your offer. 
    Please note that even if breakfast is not booked at the time of reservation, it can be added at the last minute.

  • What is the city tax "taxe de séjour"?

    The « taxe de séjour » is a French tax that may be asked of vacationers by towns in touristic areas. This tax aims at helping municipal councils finance projects related to touristic frequency and to the protection of natural spaces used by tourists.

    In reality, the « taxe de séjour » is paid by the clients to the hotel, in relation to the number of nights spent and the category of the rented room. The total sum of the collected taxes is then returned to the municipality at the end of a period called, period of perception.   

  • Does the hotel offer ironing services?

    Steamers are available at the reception on simple request.

  • Does the hotel offer laundry services?

    The hotel offers an external laundry service with a classic formula (drop off before noon and pick up the next day) and an express formula (drop off before noon and pick up after 8pm on the day)

  • What is a boutique-hotel?

    A boutique-hotel in its current definition represents a type of hotel, small to medium in size, with an environment (personnel, concept, decoration) of its own and customized. It offers marked differences from the standard great hotel chains.