Hotel Bleu de Grenelle

What to do in Paris in April 2023?

Categories : Discover Paris, published on : 3/31/23

The Easter school vacations are approaching, and the arrival of the warm weather makes you want to get away from it all. Why not take advantage of a few days off to visit Paris? In spring, the capital offers an ideal climate and there is no lack of activities. Here is a small selection of events not to be missed in April 2023 in Paris.

Bleu de Grenelle : your hotel ideally located in Paris 15

To visit Paris quietly, without wasting time in travel, nothing beats a hotel in the heart of the capital. The Bleu de Grenelle hotel welcomes you in a cosy and modern setting, a stone's throw from the Eiffel Tower and the most beautiful tourist sites of Paris.

You will stay in a warm and comfortable hotel room, with all the necessary facilities to spend a dream stay with your family, friends, or lovers. And if you want to fully enjoy the magical atmosphere of the capital, the hotel also has rooms with a view of the Eiffel Tower.

After a good night's sleep, the hotel's perfect location and the many public transportation options nearby allow you to attend all the Paris events scheduled for April 2023.

Start the month of April with an Easter egg hunt!

The beginning of April heralds an event that all gourmands look forward to: the Easter weekend 2023. The egg hunt is open from April 8 to 10, 2023, at the Paris Zoological Park. From our hotel, take the direct line 8, and go in search of chocolate eggs.

On Sunday, April 9 and Monday, April 10, the unusual village of Oeufoville opens its doors and offers many activities for children. The youngest will be able to discover real animal eggs, participate in egg decorating workshops, put on make-up, and even observe the egg collection of the inhabitants of Oeufoville.

Of course, Easter is not over until the chocolate egg hunt is launched. You will have to go to the Vincennes zoo in the morning to make sure you don't miss out on the event. Please note that the egg hunt is reserved for the first 200 registrants per day.

Visit the Bourdelle Museum and discover the new 2023

After two and a half years of closure, the Bourdelle Museum reopened its doors on March 15, 2023. This is an event not to be missed in April 2023. The studio of the French sculptor, located in the 14th arrondissement of Paris, has been completely renovated, and now offers a scenography that improves the understanding of Bourdelle's works and their context of creation.

Another new feature of the Bourdelle Museum is a café-restaurant named after the artist's daughter: the Rhodia.

Take advantage of the reopening to discover the temporary exhibition of the moment, dedicated to "la peinture d'après" and realized by the figurative painter Philippe Cogné.

The Paris Book Festival: April 21-23, 2023

After two cancelled editions, due to the health crisis, the Paris Book Festival is back, with a new format. Organized from April 21 to 23, 2023, the literary fair will no longer take place at Paris Expo - Portes de Versailles, but in the heart of Paris, at the Grand Palais Éphémère. Just a stone's throw from the Hôtel Bleu de Grenelle, on the Champ-de-Mars, the book fair will focus on Italy this year. You will be able to discover the country through authors and book professionals who will reveal its secrets, its diversity, but also its current problems.

Between publishers, authors and booksellers, the meeting aims to promote reading in all its forms. Big names in cinema and music will also be present, and will participate in this huge cultural festival where meetings and workshops will animate the 3 days.

Another good news to know: the Paris Book Festival is no longer free for all, and people over 25 years old will have to pay an entrance fee of 5 euros.

Why visit Paris in April 2023?

In April, with the arrival of spring and the beautiful days, you might be tempted to go on vacation by the sea or in the mountains. So why come to Paris in April? There are many reasons:

  • In April, the weather in Paris is very pleasant, the sun is shining and the average temperature is between 11 and 15°C. It's not too hot yet, but it's not too cold either;
  • Tourists are less numerous, because foreigners wait until they have their long summer break to come to Paris;
  • The activities are numerous, because everything remains open, all year long (museums, gardens, monuments...)...

What else can we do in Paris in April 2023?

Of course, there is no lack of activities in Paris, whatever the season. You can take advantage of temporary events, but you also have plenty to keep you busy with the classic sites in Paris and the Paris region: the Musée d'Orsay, the Musée du Luxembourg, Disneyland Paris, the Picasso Museum, the Louis Vuitton Foundation, the Arc de Triomphe...

And if you are lucky enough to come to Paris in spring, don't miss the cherry blossom festival at the Parc des Sceaux, on April 15 and 16. Outside these dates, you can also admire the cherry blossoms at the Jardin des Plantes.

There is no shortage of ideas for outings in Paris in April. Take advantage of the arrival of spring to discover the capital, and stay at the Bleu de Grenelle hotel, in a comfortable room in the heart of 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.