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Discovering a delightful neighbourhood

The New Orient Hotel enjoys a privileged location on the boundary between the chic 8th arrondissement, which is home to the Arc de Triomphe, Palais de l'Elysée, Grand Palais, Place de la Concorde and the Jacquemart-André Museum, and the Bohemian district of Batignolles, where trendy Parisians go to enjoy a tranquil atmosphere, quaint terraces and lively markets. 

The hotel is located specifically in what is referred to as the ‘Musicians Quarter’, due to this charming neighbourhood being the home of the Conservatoire de Musique de Paris and various workshops of musical instrument makers. It is served by several public transport options which allow you to easily move around the city and visit the various Parisian landmarks.

Public transport nearby

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Villiers and Rome stations, line 2:

  • direct to Charles de Gaulle - Etoile (Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Elysées) to Blanche (Moulin Rouge), Anvers (Montmartre Sacré Cœur) and Père Lachaise 

Europe station, line 3:

  • direct to Havre-Caumartin (department stores Printemps and Galeries Lafayette), Sentier (Les Halles - Beaubourg Museum) Arts et Métiers (Marais), République

Saint Lazare station (8 minute walk from the hotel), line 14:

  • direct to Madeleine (Fauchon, Rue Royale, Ladurée shop), Faubourg Saint-Honoré (haute couture, Hermes, Dior, etc.). Pyramides (Office of Tourism, Palais Royal, Louvre Museum), Châtelet (Les Halles, Beaubourg, Notre Dame, Ile de la Cité, Sainte-Chapelle, Ile Saint-Louis, Rive Gauche), Gare de Lyon and Bercy (Palais Omnisport - Concerts) line 12: direct to Solferino (Orsay Museum), Porte de Versailles (exhibition halls) 

 

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line 53:

  • from Rue de Rome, direct to department stores and Opera 

line 30:

  • from Villiers, direct to the Arc de Triomphe and Trocadero (several famous museums, the Eiffel Tower and cruise departures on the Seine), Montmartre, Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est 

line 80:

  • from Place de l'Europe, direct to Montmartre or Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées (Grand Palais, Avenue Montaigne and stores specialising in high fashion) 

line 95:

  • from Place de l'Europe, direct to Champs-Elysées, Saint-Germain-des-Pres (Latin Quarter, Montparnasse) 

line 27:

  • departing from Gare Saint-Lazare to Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Boulevard Saint-Michel (University of Sorbonne) and Luxembourg (Luxembourg Gardens, Pantheon and the Contrescarpe quarter) 

Noctilien night bus (from 0:30 to 5:30, every 30 minutes):

  • N16, Villiers and Europe to Opera, Chatelet, Marais, Bastille, Gare de Lyon 

 

From Autoroute A1

Take the Périphérique ring road towards Rouen, exit at Porte de Champerret then follow Avenue de Villiers to the end, take the Boulevard des Batignolles, go right on the Rue de Rome, take the 2nd right on to the Rue Copenhagen then the 1st right on to the Rue de Constantinople. 

From Autoroute A6

Take the Périphérique ring road towards Rouen, exit at Porte de Champerret then follow the Avenue de Villiers to the end, take the Boulevard des Batignolles, go right on the Rue de Rome, take the 2nd right on to the Rue Copenhagen then the 1st right on to the Rue de Constantinople. 

From Autoroute A4

Take the Périphérique ring road towards Lille - Rouen, exit at Porte de Champerret then follow the Avenue de Villiers to the end, take the Boulevard des Batignolles, go right on the Rue de Rome, take the 2nd right on to the Rue Copenhagen and then the 1st right on to the Rue de Constantinople. 

From Autoroute A13

Take the Périphérique ring road towards Lille, exit at Porte de Champerret then follow Avenue de Villiers to the end, take the Boulevard des Batignolles, go right on the Rue de Rome, then the second road on the right, the Rue Copenhagen and then the 1st right on to the Rue de Constantinople. 

Parking

Parking Villiers (14, Avenue de Villiers) and Parking de l’Europe (43 Bis, Boulevard des Batignolles)

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From Gare du Nord: 

  • Follow the signposted tunnel to La Chapelle station, then take line 2 towards Porte Dauphine to Villiers 

  • Take the number 30 bus from the Magenta / Maubeuge stop located on the Boulevard de Magenta towards Trocadéro and stop at Villiers 

From Gare de Lyon: 

  • Take line 14 to the Gare Saint Lazare terminus. Walk up the rue de Rome (the station is on your left) and take the 5th street on the left, the rue de Constantinople 

From Gare Saint-Lazare: 

  • Walk up the rue de Rome (the station is on your left) and take the 5th street on the left, the rue de Constantinople 

From Gare Montparnasse: 

  • Take line 13 to Liège, then down the rue de Liège towards the place de l’Europe and take the 2nd street on the right, the rue de Constantinople 

From Gare de l'Est: 

  • Take the number 30 bus from Gare de l'Est to Rome-Batignolles 

  • Take line 4 towards Porte de Clignancourt to Barbès-Rochechouart, then line 2 to Dauphine and Rome station 

From Gare d'Austerlitz: 

  • Take line 5 towards Bobigny to République, then line 2 towards Pont de Levallois to Villiers 

 

From Roissy - Charles de Gaulle Airport 

  • B3 RER to Gare du Nord, then Metro line 2 towards Porte Dauphine to Villiers 

  • Roissy Shuttle Bus to Opera, then take Metro line 3 in the direction of Pont de Levallois to Europe 

  • Air France Bus to Charles de Gaulle-Etoile, then take Metro line 2 in the direction of Nation to Villiers 

From Orly airport: 

  • Air France Shuttle to Charles de Gaulle Etoile, then Metro line 2 in the direction of Nation to Villiers 

 

Places of interest close to the hotel:

Gourmet addresses 

  • la rue de Lévis (pedestrians-only shopping street) 

  • le Marché des Batignolles (food market every Saturday morning) 

  • la Maison Lenôtre (renowned pastry maker and confectioner) 

  • le Moulin de la Vierge (excellent pastries) 

  • la Maison Dumontel (excellent pastries) 

  • la Mère de Famille (excellent chocolatier) 

  • la Boutique Nicolas (fine wines and spirits) 

  • la Boutique Café Richard (excellent coffee house) 

  • le Palais des Thés (teas from around the world)


Excellent restaurants

  • Chez Léon (traditional restaurant) 

  • Le Coin (traditional neighbourhood bistro) 

  • La Luna (fish restaurant) 

  • Le Risi e Bisi (Italian cuisine) 

  • La Fourchette du Printemps (gourmet dining- booking well in advance required) 

  • Karl et Erik (gourmet dining) 

  • Le Patio Provencal (Mediterranean cuisine) 

  • Creperie Ty Yann (pancakes) 

  • Cuisine Neva (gourmet dining- advance booking required) 

  • Le Percolateur (French cuisine) 

  • Le P’tit Canon (traditional bistro) 

  • and a variety of charming and traditional small bars in the Batignolles district ... 

 

Shopping 

  • Euro Santé Beauté (cosmetics) 

  • La Flûte de Pan (large selection of sheet music) 

  • Many musical instrument shops, especially stringed instruments

  • Printemps and Galeries Lafayette (department stores)

  • Rue de Courcelles (lovely fashion boutiques) 

 

Parks to run or take the air 

  • Le Parc Monceau 

  • Le Square des Batignolles 

 

Entertainment venues, museums and galleries  

  • Le Wepler Cinema, Place Clichy 

  • Le Pasquier Theatre 

  • Hébertot Theatre 

  • Tristan Bernard Theatre 

  • Jacquemart-André Museum 

  • Cernuschi Museum 

  • Museum of Romantic Life 

  • Pinacothèque de Paris Art Gallery 

…and many more locations, original, essential or virtually unknown! 

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