Valentine's Day; relaxation and romance in Paris
Soon it will be Valentine's Day... The opportunity for blissful moments of relaxation to be enjoyed by two! So, the Hotel Les Tournelles invites you to discover the best spas of Paris, and to experience the pleasure of a romantic stroll in picturesque parks and gardens, some comparatively little-known, located close to the hotel...
A wellness break in one of the best spas in Paris
On the occasion of Valentine's Day, succumb to the pleasure of being pampered in one of the best spas in Paris.
Treat yourself to an enchanted moment at the O'Kari Hammam, a refined and authentic Turkish bath where you can forget all your cares (Rue Dussoubs-75002).
Looking for relaxation with a difference? Stop by the Oasis Meïsō for a unique flotation experience with beneficial effects both physical and mental. Immerse yourself in incredible sensations.
Timeless moments can also be enjoyed at the Nuxe Spa (Rue Montorgueil-75001) in a setting with vaulted rooms. You can enjoy, among other things, the benefits of a Watsu massage inspired by Shiatsu, ideal for eliminating tiredness, stress and the anxieties of everyday life.
Romantic walks close to the hotel
While staying at the Hotel Les Tournelles, you can treat yourself to gentle walks in the nearby green spaces, hand in hand with your loved one.
The gardens of the National Archives on the site of the Soubise mansion, at the corner of the Rue des Francs-Bourgeois and Rue des Archives, are open to the public. This little-known address offers beautiful green spaces and a delightful romantic setting that will take you back to the 18th and 19th centuries, when the district was the heart of Parisian social and intellectual life. You will also find on your right the Assy and Breteuil gardens, typical of the 19th century, where magnificent trees grow and a river flows. An intimate and romantic setting and an atmosphere conducive to declarations of love...
Also close to the hotel, in the 3rd arrondissement, is the Square Saint-Gilles-Grand-Veneur, one of the capital’s secret gardens. Nestled between the Boulevard Beaumarchais and our Rue de Turenne, this small, verdant haven beautifully adorned with climbing roses is invisible from the street. You can reach it from the Rue de Hesse or Rue des Arquebusiers.
Not far from the Centre Beaubourg you can step inside the gate of the Jardin Anne Frank, a soothingly calm memorial garden of 4000 m2. Arranged as several independent spaces, the Jardin Anne Frank is graced with a chestnut tree planted in 2007 on the occasion of the garden’s inauguration. This was grown from a graft of the tree that the diarist admired from her window in Amsterdam. It also includes other areas of greenery and an orchard filled with cherry trees, apple trees and perennials that offers a tranquil backdrop for the most romantic walks.