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Travel: Hotel du Louvre’s La Brasserie du Louvre turns 100 years old

Apr 23, 2014 | Parisian Eye
The terrace at La Brasserie du Louvre
Built in 1855 with a Napoleon III style, the Hotel du Louvre – which recently joined the Hyatt group – was one of the first palaces in Paris. One of its main advantages has to be its location: the hotel is nearby the Louvre Museum, the Opéra Garnier and the Palais Royal… Hot location indeed !
Another asset the hotel offers is La Brasserie du Louvre: nestled under the arcades of the Place du Palais-Royal, opposite the Louvre Museum and the Comédie Française, La Brasserie du Louvre recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, which gave me the opportunity to discover this Parisian institution.
Inside La Brasserie du Louvre
A very nice birthday party ! Shot with my Leica
Set in a typical Parisian atmosphere, the Brasserie du Louvre offers a bright dining room decorated with elegant dark wood paneling and surprising golden frescoes recalling the Louvre Museum masterpieces. Each week, the restaurant managed by chef Denis Bellon offers a new menu showcasing local produce and seasonal flavors.
Foie gras at La Brasserie du Louvre
Yummy dessert !

On the sunny days that are coming, the terrace is the ideal place for a breakfast or a sunny lunch, right under the arcades of the Haussmann building !

La Brasserie du Louvre
Place du Palais Royal
75001 Paris


Tel. +33 (0) 1 44 58 37 21
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