Our good plans – February


A retro chic restaurant, found a stone’s throw from the famous Père Lachaise in the 11th arrondissement. Ideal for meeting friends or a loved one, Diggity provides ambient music, subdued lighting and, most significantly, a menu that changes depending on the season, providing you with the freshest of ingredients. To avoid being disappointed, best to ring ahead and reserve a table in this popular spot!




A vast commercial centre on the periphery of Paris, it’s grand opening takes place on February 8th! With a food market of over 4000m², 20 kiosks and 3 bars, there is something for everyone to be found here. However, there’s more to Boom Boom than just the food – there is also an escape room, a cinema, indoor skydiving, with a handful of musical events throughout February. A day out for all ages, not to be missed!



Pompette, in Paris’ 9th arrondissement, is a unique dining experience. The Chef crafts delightful small plates, and the establishment offers a superb selection of natural and biodynamic wines to complement your meal. It’s a welcoming place to enjoy food and wine with friends or for an intimate dinner.




Favela Chic is a Franco-Brazilian restaurant, bar, and club located just a stone’s throw away from one of the most beautiful squares in Paris, Place de la République. Favela Chic offers the warmth of a fine dining experience, the freedom to enjoy lively cocktails, great music, and the company of friends. It’s the place where you can party like nowhere else, all together, into the late hours of the night, to savour every moment of life.


Visits & outings

The Carnaval de Paris, an annual event, takes place this year on the 11th of February! To join the singing and dancing colourful parade, head to Place Gambetta at 13:00. If you miss the initial departure, worry not – the parade makes its way across Paris and arrives at the Place de la République at 20:00! With the theme of ‘poetry, painting and philosophy’ this year, there are options for every member of the family – find your most colourful outfit and join the crowds!




Fred Radix brings his hit show, ‘La Claque’, to the Théâtre de la Gaîté-Montparnasse, diving into the history of applause in the theatre. Acting as a chief of applause deserted by his troupe in an 1895 theatre, he must rescue the play in three hours or face disaster. Showing throughout February in this historic Montparnasse theater, sign up for this interactive spectacle now.




The Church of Saint Ephrem in the heart of Paris offers outstanding acoustics and a remarkable ambience to listen to Chopin by candlelight. The events take place at various times throughout the month of February, so be sure to include this event in your agenda and book your ticket ahead of time to listen to some classical music in this stunning location.





For those who fancy themselves a cinephile, check out the numerous events hosted by Lost in Frenchlation in February!  In an effort to allow non-natives to enjoy the French silver screen, they host either the latest films or the classics with English subtitles. With a cocktail event before or after each screening, and a variety of other events such as movie-inspired walking tours, comedy nights or film Q&As, this is truly a chance for immersion in French cinema!

Our good plans – January


Nestled in the streets of the Marais lies a compact and cozy restaurant, renowned for the punch it packs into its dishes! Trois Fois Plus de Piment offers a variety of noodle and dumpling dishes, having won the 2016 Fooding prize for “Best Noodles”. It offers its customers a convivial ambiance and the perfect space to discover the spices of the Sichaun region.

You can choose the degree of spice from a level of 0.5, all the way to 5 – perfect for warding off the winter cold. But be warned: level 5 is only for the brave of heart!



For a slightly finer dining experience, you can find Maria Belza on the banks of the Canal Saint Martin, offering customers the chance to experience Biarritz right in the heart of Paris! It’s warm lighting and thoughtful decoration provide a pleasant atmosphere in which to enjoy a delicious meal. A children’s menu is not provided, so it is perhaps not the friendliest for families, but a great choice for solo-dining or a romantic dinner.



Do you love Korean food and brunch? Why make a choice when you can have both? Discover Keopi, a two-storey Korean restaurant located in Passage Verdeau in the 9th arrondissement of Paris.


Keopi has two spacious levels, with the first floor mainly open at weekends and suitable for large groups. Make your way to one of the most charming passages in Paris and settle into this new gourmet spot from 10am to 7pm.



Enjoy a friendly atmosphere and creative cuisine prepared by chefs Pietro and Emanuele, divided between the ground and ground floors.

The menu highlights the authenticity of Italian cuisine with a wide selection of homemade pizzas, baked in the oven and with a soft crust. Pasta lovers will love the generous and hearty recipes.





Visits & outings


If you’re looking for a touch of magic and fantasy in your daily routine, head to the 12th arrondissement, near Bercy Village. You’ll discover an extraordinary museum that transports you into the playful world of the fairground.


Welcome to the Musée des Arts Forains – Pavillon de Bercy, a private, immersive and truly unique museum! You can visit this unusual museum all year round, but be sure to book your guided tour in advance.



  • If you’re looking for the quickest way to blend in with the locals, look no further! Olivier Giraud’s comedy show (which is 100% in English) is the perfect way to pick up on the tips and tricks of the trade, whilst having a few laughs in the process – designed for Parisians and tourists alike, get your tickets now at the link above!



This exhibition at the Musée de l’Orangerie has been curated to focus on the relationship between celebrated artist Amedeo Modigliani and his art dealer, Paul Guillaume, concentrating on the effect that Guillaume had on the artist’s work. The exhibition features portraits of important Parisian figures from the period, models still unknown, and sets of portraits of the women who lived life with the painter. This exhibition only runs until the 15th of January, but there is still plenty to be enjoyed at the Musée de l’Orangerie after it ends!



In 2018, Culturespaces transformed an old foundry dating back to 1835 into a digital art center. The Atelier des Lumières offers digital, immersive, and contemporary exhibitions. It’s a place where visitors, both young and old, can have an exceptional experience, explore infinite worlds, and be carried away into the heart of art.



Walking in Paris – Top 5 unusual and little-known places in Paris

Discover authentic Paris: discover unique places off the beaten track.

Paris is known for its iconic monuments and must-see sights, but the real magic of the city lies in its lesser-known corners.

We’d like to share with you a few little-known gems from the French capital, far from the usual tourist circuits.

  • The Art Nouveau building
  • Quai Branly Museum
  • The Chinese pagoda
  • 59 rivoli
  • Lunch at Petit Bouillon Pharamond
  • Rue Crémieux


1. The Art Nouveau building on Avenue Rapp: an architectural gem

The Art Nouveau building on Avenue Rapp embodies the elegance and refinement characteristic of the Art Nouveau style in Paris. Designed by architect Jules Lavirotte, this building features a facade adorned with sculptures, ironwork and delicate floral motifs. A true work of art in its own right, this building is a legacy of Parisian architecture at the turn of the 20th century.

📍 Adress : 29 Avenue Rapp, 75007 Paris, France, close to ourTour Eiffel Urban Suite au 4 Imp. des Carrières 75016 Paris.


2. Musée du Quai Branly: A Window on World Cultures

The Musée du Quai Branly is an architectural marvel dedicated to showcasing the arts and civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas. Designed by architect Jean Nouvel, this museum offers a unique immersive experience that invites visitors to explore the world’s cultural riches, often overlooked by traditional Paris tourist circuits. But what’s particularly special about this museum is its magnificent green façade.

📍Adresse : 37 Quai Branly, 75007 Paris, France not far from our Eiffel Tower Urban Suite au 4 Imp. des Carrières 75016 Paris.


3. The Chinese Pagoda: a Piece of the Orient in the Heart of Paris

Nestled near Courcelles, the Chinese Pagoda of Paris is one of the capital’s little-known treasures. Built in the 18th century, this picturesque pagoda stands gracefully at the junction of rue de Courcelles and rue Rembrandt. She embodies the influence of the Far East on Parisian culture. Now home to the private Maison de Loo museum, the pagoda is a haven of peace where visitors can immerse themselves in an enchanting blend of Eastern and Western cultures.

📍 Adress: 48 Rue de Courcelles, 75008 Paris, France, next to ourUrban Suite Saint-Augustin -au 35 rue de Naples 75008 Paris.


4. 59 Rivoli: an artists’ haven in the heart of the City of Light

59 Rivoli is much more than just a building. It’s an alternative art space, a collective gallery housing a multitude of artworks and emerging artists. This atypical venue represents the vitality and diversity of the contemporary art scene in Paris. Visitors can immerse themselves in a world of creativity and expression within the walls of this rehabilitated building.

📍Adress: 59 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France near ourUrban Suite Louvre – Saint Honoré du 27 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau 75001 Paris.


5. Lunch break at Le Petit Bouillon Pharamond restaurant

Typical Parisian restaurant. You’ll be able to enjoy French gastronomic dishes at unbeatable prices.





6. Rue Crémieux: the capital’s most colorful street

Rue Crémieux, in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, is a small cobbled street famous for its houses with colorful facades. This picturesque pedestrian street is a haven of peace in the heart of the bustling city. With its facades painted in bright shades of pink, blue and green, it offers a striking contrast to the classical atmosphere of Paris. A veritable haven of artistic peace in the midst of the urban jungle.

📍 Adress: Rue Crémieux, 75012 Paris, France a few steps from ourUrban Suite Notre-Dame – Lagrange au 12 rue Lagrange 75005 Paris.


See itinerary

  • L’Immeuble Art Nouveau (29 Avenue Rapp) ⇒ Musée du quai Branly (37 Quai Jacques Chirac) : 6 min
  • Musée du quai Branly (37 Quai Jacques Chirac) ⇒ La Pagode Chinoise (48 Rue de Courcelles) : 32 min
  • La Pagode Chinoise (48 Rue de Courcelles) ⇒ 59 Rivoli (59 Rue de Rivoli) : 50 min
  • 59 Rivoli (59 Rue de Rivoli) ⇒ Le Petit Bouillon Pharamond (24 Rue de la Grande Truanderie) : 8 min
  • Le Petit Bouillon Pharamond (24 Rue de la Grande Truanderie) ⇒ Rue Crémieux (Rue Crémieux) : 40 min


By exploring these unique places, you’ll discover a more intimate and authentic side of Paris, an experience that will stay with you long after your stay. Venture off the beaten track to discover the true essence of this eternal city.

Discover Paris on Rollerblades: Little-known places to explore

If you’re a roller-skating enthusiast or if you’re looking for an original way to visit Paris, here are some little-known places where you can enjoy a pleasant roller-skating ride.

Paris is famous for its iconic monuments, lively avenues and renowned museums. However, there’s another way to discover the often overlooked City of Light, and that’s by rollerblading.

1. Parc des Buttes-Chaumont: Nature in the heart of Paris

Nestled in the 19th arrondissement of Paris, the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is a hidden treasure for rollerblading enthusiasts. Its winding paths, picturesque bridges and lake offer a unique roller-skating experience in the heart of nature. You’ll almost forget you’re in the heart of Paris.

The park is 27 minutes from our Amsterdam – Saint-Lazare residence and 20 minutes from our Urban Suite Martyrs – Lebas.


2. The Petite Ceinture: Urban Exploration

The Petite Ceinture is a disused railroad line that encircles Paris. It has been transformed into a picturesque roller rink, offering an unusual view of the city. You can explore different sections of the Petite Ceinture, each with its own charm. It’s a real adventure for thrill-seekers.

3. Canal de l’Ourcq

Along the Canal de l’Ourcq, you can enjoy a well-maintained cycle path, ideal for rollerblading. This area is also dotted with cafés and restaurants, perfect for a gourmet break.



4. Les Berges de Seine: A skater’s paradise

The Berges de Seine offer a beautiful walk along the banks of the Seine. The roller rink is well laid out. You’ll cruise along the river while admiring magnificent views of iconic monuments such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame. In the evening, the riverbanks come alive with food stalls, street entertainment and a convivial atmosphere.

5. The Coulée Verte: A Walk along the Viaducts

Explore the “coulées vertes” (green corridors) that criss-cross Paris, pedestrian and bicycle paths linking many of the city’s parks and gardens. The Coulée Verte is a linear park built on a former railway line. You’ll skate on shaded viaducts and walkways, offering a peaceful outdoor roller-skating experience.



6. Parc de la Villette

The Parc de la Villette is a multi-purpose entertainment venue, but it also boasts a large esplanade ideal for rollerblading. You can take a stroll around the art installations and playgrounds.

7. Parc Montsouris

This charming park in the 14th arrondissement is a peaceful place to do roller. Its shady lanes and lake make it an ideal place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.


A little plus: association ofPari Roller has been offering group rollerblading for 25 years. The rendezvous is every Friday at 9:30pm in front of the Montparnasse train station. Each week you can do a different route of around 20 km. You can rent your rollerblades at Nomadeshop.

Whether you’re an experienced roller or just starting out, Paris offers a multitude of options for memorable rides. So strap on your rollerblades, grab your helmet and set off to discover these little-known spots that will reveal a different side of the French capital.

Enjoy the ride!

Paris by bike: Discover the hidden charms of the City of Light

Paris, the City of Light, is full of treasures to explore, and one of the best ways to do so is by bike.

This iconic metropolis is famous for its architectural beauty, picturesque cobbled streets, historic monuments and delicious cuisine. Today, we’ll take you on a memorable stroll through the city, starting from the 4 Impasse des Carrières, in the district 16eand showing you where you can rent bikes to make your experience even more enjoyable.

Our starting point is 4 Impasse des Carrières, a charming corner of Paris’s 16th arrondissement. This quiet, picturesque street is an ideal place to start your cycling adventure. You can admire the typical Parisian architecture and feel the peaceful atmosphere of this district.

Before you leave, make sure you bring your own bike or rent one. Several options are available nearby. Here are some recommended places to rent bikes in the area:

  1. Vélib’ Métropole : Paris’ famous self-service bicycle system is very practical. You can find Vélib’ stations all over Paris, including in the 16th arrondissement.
  2. Paris à Vélo : This company offers high-quality bike rentals. They also offer guided bike tours if you want a more immersive experience.
  3. COCOCHARGE : 4 square Auguste Renoir – 75014 Paris (31 min by public transport, 22min by car)
  4. Paris Vélo : 22 rue Alphonse Baudin – 75011 Paris (38 min by public transport, 31min by car)
  5. Paulette : 115 rue Brancion – 75015 Paris (32 min by public transport, 19min by car)

Now that you’re all set, let’s discover some of Paris by bike, the perfect way to soak up the city of lights.

First stop: The Eiffel Tower and the banks of the Seine

After renting your bike, head for the Eiffel Tower. It’s one of the world’s most iconic monuments, and seeing it in person is an unforgettable experience. Take your time to admire the neighborhood, smell the fragrance of the surrounding bakeries, contemplate the city through its mural sculptures and finish with this imposing iron structure and, if you like, climb to the top for a panoramic view of the city. But don’t forget to look down to admire the tower grotto and its bassins à Koïs.

Then head for theBerges de la Seine, where you can ride along the river on the cycle path that runs alongside it, while enjoying magnificent views of the monuments of Paris. Around the riverbanks, you’ll have the chance to explore some little-known spots that are perfect for a stroll. So don’t hesitate to slalom along the banks of the bois de Boulogne and take a break in theparc André Citroën andl’île des Cygnes. This first stop is the ideal start to a gentle discovery of Paris, where you can sample French specialties in one of the many cafés along the way.

Second stop: Museums

Continue your stroll to discover the many museums that make Paris a city filled with culture. First stop, the Louvre Museum, one of the world’s greatest art museums. You may not be able to see everything in one visit, but you can linger in front of the famous Glass Pyramid.

Right next door to the Louvre isthe musée de l’Orangerie, with its temporary and permanent exhibitions devoted to Monet, Picasso and other famous artists. Stop off at Musée des arts décoratifs to discover designs and fashion through the centuries. Pass through the musée de l’Institut français if you’re a fan of old books and manuscripts. And finish with the Hunting and Nature Museum to discover how man has evolved over the centuries. If you’re feeling peckish on the way, you’ll find the nearby Jardins des Tuileries, a green, peaceful space that offers a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Shady paths and ponds make it an ideal place to relax by bike.

Arrival : The shopping stop

To round off your stroll in style, head to Rue Saint Honoré, Rue Cambon and Rue de la Paix for some window shopping. Between Dior, Gucci, Channel etc., let yourself be intoxicated by the often themed windows of these different luxury houses.

End your tour atthe Arc de Triomphe, another emblematic symbol of Paris. The arch is located at the top of the avenue and offers a breathtaking view of the city. It’s the perfect place to capture memorable photos of your day.

Your tour is coming to an end. Pedal your way from the Arc de Triomphe to your Suite Urbaine, in the heart of Paris. 4 impasses des carrières 75016, by stopping to drop off your bike!

Don’t forget to obey the highway code, take precautions when cycling, and make the most of your stay in Paris. The city has so much to offer, and exploring by bike is one of the best ways to see it all.

Enjoy the ride!

Cycling adventure in Paris: A family tour with Edgar

Paris, the city of love and lights, is also a cyclist’s paradise, with picturesque routes and family-friendly stops.


Exploring Paris by bike is not only environmentally friendly, it’s also a fantastic way to create memorable experiences with your children. In this article, we present a family cycling itinerary in the heart of Paris. We’ve designed a pleasant route with five stops, for a perfect balance of fun, relaxation and discovery. And after a day of adventures, return to the comfort and convenience of your Urban Suite.

The ideal starting point: Jardin des Tuileries

Start your day at the Jardin des Tuileries, a magnificent garden nestled between the Louvre Museum and Place de la Concorde. Rent bicycles or borrow a velib (several stations nearby) for the whole family and take a leisurely stroll through this haven of peace. Let the kids play on the playgrounds or feed the ducks in one of the park’s many fountains, while you enjoy the serenity of the surroundings. Before you leave, grab some fresh pastries and snacks from a nearby café to give your little explorers some energy.

Stop 2: Musée du Louvre – A cultural adventure for all ages

Pedal along the Seine or Rue de Rivoli to reach the famous Louvre Museum. Although museum visits can be time-consuming for young children, admire the grandeur of the Louvre from the outside. Captivate your little ones with fascinating tales of kings, queens and knights, awakening their curiosity for history and art. Don’t forget to take family photos against the backdrop of the museum and its iconic glass pyramid.

Stop 3: Île de la Cité and Notre-Dame Cathedral – A glimpse of Parisian history

Continue your journey to the Île de la Cité, the historic heart of Paris. Park your bikes and explore the exterior of Notre-Dame. Involve your children in the fascinating stories of Quasimodo and Esmeralda, while admiring the cathedral’s breathtaking architecture. Nearby, treat yourself to a delicious Parisian lunch in a family-friendly café to regain your strength for the next stage of your adventure.

Stop 4: Shakespeare and Company Bookshop – Where stories come to life

Pedal towards the Left Bank and stop off at the charming Shakespeare and Company Bookshop. Let your little ones plunge into the magical world of books. Let them browse the shelves, discovering tales of dragons, pirates and faraway lands. This English bookshop will inspire young readers and stimulate their imagination.

Stop 5: Luxembourg Gardens – Nature’s playground

Pedal your way to the Luxembourg Gardens, a paradise for families. While parents relax amidst the greenery, children can explore the play areas, sail miniature boats on the pond and enjoy pony rides. Picnic in the garden and let the kids run free, enjoying the joy of outdoor play.


Back to Edgar Suites apartments – Comfort awaits you

After a day filled with laughter, exploration and Parisian experiences, return to your Urban Suite. Our spacious apartments are an oasis of peace for young and old alike. Rest and relax in the comfortable living spaces, and share memories of the day’s escapades. Prepare a comforting dinner in our fully-equipped kitchen or order in from family restaurants nearby.

Discover the Promenade Pereire: A Corner of Serenity in the Heart of Paris 17th arrondissement

The Promenade Pereire, in the heart of Paris’s 17th arrondissement, is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a peaceful stroll.

The length of your walk will depend on how you choose to enjoy this enchanting place. Served by metro line 3, Pereire station takes you directly to the start of the walk.


A tribute to the pioneers of Parisian urbanization

The Promenade Pereire is a dedication to the Pereire brothers, Emile and Isaac, who played a central role in the creation of the Auteuil line and the boulevard that surrounds it. In partnership with Haussmann, they worked on the urbanization of the Plaine Monceau, marking the evolution of this Paris neighborhood.

The history of this place is fascinating. The Promenade Pereire was born of the transformation of a railway trench into a magnificent garden. This former Auteuil line, which was inaugurated in 1854 and operated until 1985, was replaced by a branch of RER C in 1988. The covering of this trench in 1986-1987 gave birth to this promenade, giving new life to the former railway infrastructure.

A floral and artistic stroll through the heart of the city

The Promenade Pereire is a veritable work of botanical art. Along the way, you’ll be surrounded by beds of roses, star magnolias, heathers, rhododendrons, camellias, peonies and other flowering plants. Pergolas adorned with clematis, hops, wisteria and honeysuckle add a touch of romance to this peaceful setting.

In addition to its natural splendor, the Promenade Pereire offers play areas for all ages. Facilities include ping-pong tables, swings, climbing structures, a slide, and even a small station with a miniature train, guaranteeing hours of fun for families.

Enjoy art in nature with bronze sculptures created by Boris Lejeune between 1988 and 1990. These sculptures depict enchanting landscapes, from vineyards and fields to rivers, trees and the sea. An artistic immersion in the heart of nature.

The Promenade Pereire is much more than just a park. It’s a tribute to Paris’s railway history, a botanical garden, a play area and an open-air art gallery. Come and lose yourself in this oasis of serenity in the heart of the French capital.

Practical info:

Check out : You can start your walk at the Pereire metro station, located close to the promenade. This station is served by line 3 of the Paris metro.

Check-in : As the tour is circular, there is no fixed arrival point. You can return to the Pereire metro station to conclude your visit.

Length of stroll:Allow around 30 minutes to an hour for your stroll along Promenade Pereire, depending on your walking pace and how much time you devote to exploring the details of the garden and enjoying the play areas.

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This turnkey walk – the Promenade Pereire – will enable you to discover this haven of peace in the heart of Paris in around an hour, while leaving you plenty of time to relax, soak up the beauty of the garden and enjoy the play facilities. An ideal experience for travelers looking for a quiet moment in the middle of the city.

A walk or bike ride: the Coulée Verte from Fontenay-aux-roses to Antony

For an authentic experience rich in discovery, escape the hustle and bustle of the city center and explore the hidden charms of the Paris suburbs.

An exceptional way to do this is to follow the Coulée Verte, a former railroad line transformed into a green oasis, stretching 10km from Fontenay-aux-Roses to Antony.

Coulée Verte: History, Nature and Art

The Coulée Verte, also known as the “Promenade de la Bièvre”, is an innovative example of the reuse of abandoned railway infrastructure as a green space. It links the suburbs of Fontenay-aux-Roses and Antony, offering a picturesque route for walkers and cyclists.

Discover this Green Paradise

The Coulée Verte is a veritable urban oasis, surrounded by greenery, majestic trees, flowering meadows and peaceful streams. The route is dotted with open-air artworks, creating a captivating cultural atmosphere along the way. Follow the old railroad line of the Petite Ceinture for a unique historical experience. The park also offers children’s play areas, petanque courts and a street workout area.

For a gourmet break, local cafés and bakeries line the route, offering a delicious gastronomic experience:

  1. La Boulangerie des Roses (Fontenay-aux-Roses) : This traditional bakery is renowned for its crisp baguettes, fluffy croissants and artisanal pastries. Enjoy fresh coffee and pastries in a warm atmosphere.
  2. Le Café des Coteaux (Near Antony) : Located on the edge of the Coulée Verte, this café offers panoramic views of the surrounding hills. Here you can enjoy coffee, tea or a delicious light meal in the tranquility of the park.
  3. Le Jardin Gourmand (Antony) : Nestled in a verdant setting close to the course, this café-restaurant serves refined French cuisine, featuring local, seasonal produce. An ideal place for a lunch break.
  4. La Petite Pâtisserie (Fontenay-aux-Roses) : Those with a sweet tooth will be delighted by this establishment’s delicious home-made pastries. Tarts, éclairs and macaroons are on the menu to satisfy your taste buds.
  5. Le Café des Artistes (Antony) : This café with its bohemian charm is the ideal place for a coffee break. You can sip your favorite drink while admiring the local works of art on display on the walls.

Plan your cycling adventure

For a bike ride, rent one nearby and explore at your own pace:

  • Ouibike (Fontenay-aux-Roses) : Bike rental service available in Fontenay-aux-roses in just a few clicks. Book your bike in advance, and all you have to do is pick it up.
  • Vélo Station Fontenay-aux-Roses : This bike rental station, located near the Coulée Verte, offers a variety of bikes, including adult and children’s bikes. You can rent a bike for a day or a few hours.
  • The Maison du Vélo in Fontenay-aux-Roses : This association offers affordable bike rentals. They can provide you with city bikes, mountain bikes and even electric bikes to explore the Coulée Verte at your own pace.
  • Vélib’ : Paris has a self-service bicycle system called “Vélib’.” You can pick up a Vélib’ at the nearest Coulée Verte station in Fontenay-aux-Roses and return it to Antony at another station at the end of your ride.

In short, the Coulée Verte from Fontenay-aux-Roses to Antony reveals a captivating geography, where plateaus, hillsides and valley bottoms combine to create a linear park fashioned on the former route of the TGV Atlantique high-speed train between 1985 and 1996. This route offers a striking diversity, blending the urban aspect with the wild beauty of nature, forming a perfect continuity for pedestrians and cyclists. Along the way, you’ll discover architectural and natural treasures, allowing you to explore a dynamic landscape, combining homes and gardens, schools, birdsong and babbling brooks. An unforgettable experience in the heart of the Paris suburbs awaits you.

Practical information

  • Duration and length of route: 2h on foot and 45min by bike – approx. 10km
  • Departure: Fontenay-aux-Roses train station
  • Arrival: Antony train station
  • Walking and cycling routes

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Paris Nord 10th and 18th

If you’re looking for a unique and authentic spot for your next stay in the French capital, the 10th and 18th districts are hidden gems to explore.

With Edgar Suites, discover why these neighborhoods are perfect for your next trip.

The Bohemian Charm of the 18th Arrondissement

Paris’s 18th arrondissement is known for its bohemian charm, picturesque alleyways and, of course, the famous Sacré-Coeur basilica that dominates the city from the Montmartre hilltop. During your stay, you’ll be immersed in the artistic atmosphere that has inspired generations of designers.

Stroll the cobbled streets of Montmartre and discover cafés, art galleries and breathtaking views of the city from the hilltop. Our apartments in Montmartre :

Experience an unforgettable evening at the famous Moulin Rouge cabaret, where Parisian history meets contemporary glamour. Visit the rue des Abbesses market: sample local flavors as you stroll through this street market, where you’ll find delicious cheeses, wines and pastries.

The Authentic Charm of the 10th Arrondissement

Paris’ 10th arrondissement offers an authentic experience of Parisian life, with a relaxed atmosphere and genuine cultural diversity. It’s the ideal place to live like a local Parisian. Our apartments in the 10th district:

Enjoy a stroll along the banks of the Canal Saint-Martin, a popular spot for Parisians to relax, picnic and take in the picturesque charm of the locks to live like a local!

The 10th is also the fashion district: discover unique fashion boutiques, concept stores and artisan workshops in this vibrant neighborhood.

Our Urban Suites are carefully selected to offer you all the comforts of home, while allowing you to explore these incredible neighborhoods at your own pace.

Book now and immerse yourself in the soul of Paris, exploring the 10th and 18th arrondissements like a true Parisian. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway in Montmartre or total immersion in the local life of the 10th arrondissement, Edgar Suites offers the perfect accommodation for an unforgettable stay.

Join us for the ultimate Parisian experience!

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Outside Paris – Paris region, Bordeaux and Lille

Edgar Suites wants to help its residents discover French cities while offering them a unique and pleasant place to live.

Our residences are located in neighboring Parisian cities for your business stays or to discover Paris and its surroundings.

parcWith our Suites Urbaines in Châtillon, Meudon or Levallois, stay in a place designed for your comfort on the outskirts of Paris. Located in areas that are easily accessible by public transport and just a few minutes from Paris, our suites are ideal for both business and leisure stays. For those who travel by car, parking is available in our residences for your comfort and peace of mind.


Our two apartments in Bordeaux offer space and comfort for a unique stay at Edgar Suites. Discover the south and the charm of Bordeaux in suites in the center of the city and let yourself be charmed by the history of France.




Our residence in Lille is the ideal place to experience Lille and discover this beautiful city in Northern France. Lille, the jewel of northern France, has a unique blend of historic charm and contemporary dynamism. Our Urban Suites with 2 or 3 bedrooms are perfect for families or groups, with several bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms, and a spacious living room with fully-equipped kitchen for getting together.

Discover our urban suites in France’s biggest cities.


Félix Faure = Châtillon 92320 (south side)
Jules Verne = Levallois 92300 (near 17th)

Meudon la forêt (south-west side)
Sainte Catherine = Bordeaux 33000 (close to town center)
Meriadeck = Bordeaux 33000 (city center)

Lille – Faidherbe = Lille 59000 (city center)