From intriguing hidden courtyards to flourishing flower-filled gardens, from artists' studios to enticing eateries where you can enjoy typical Parisian cuisine, the Jourdain quarter has a lot to offer. Check it out during your stay at the Hotel Jacques de Molay.
The Rue des Rosiers, whose name means ‘street of the rosebushes’, is a paved and pedestrians-only artery that crosses the old Jewish quarter. Known for its lively, welcoming and pleasant ambiance, this venerable street is also famous for its exotic restaurants and eclectic shops. It awaits your discovery within easy reach of the Hotel Jacques de Molay!
Christmas is getting closer day by day and the Hotel Jacques de Molay team has some activities to recommend to you... While the capital is adorned in its festive finery of light, Parisians and visitors alike are busy shopping to find those last little Christmas gifts to put under the tree.
Very old or ultra-modern, ornate or austere, the 37 bridges spanning the Seine in Paris each have their history. They are anchored in the landscape and give it a unique perspective that is so typical of the City of Light. Today, your Hotel Jacques de Molay invites you to stroll over the bridges of Paris...