Events, congresses, culture, restaurants, shops…
Everything you want from a good location in Paris, you’ll find here
It is safe to say that one of the main strengths of Pulitzer Paris Hotel is its location. You’ll find us in Le 9ème Arrondissement, in the heart of the Opéra district, on the right bank of the Seine. That makes us a perfect meeting point whether you’re in Paris for business, culture or pleasure.
Arriving by train?
Gare du Nord
We’re just 10 minutes away by taxi
Gare de Lyon
A taxi will take about 30 minutes
Arriving by plane?
It will take about 40 minutes (approx €45)
ORLYBUS: The Orlybus connects Orly to Denfert-Rochereau station in Montparnasse. From there, you can take the RER B line or metro lines 4 and 6. It takes about 30 minutes, the fare is €7.50 and there is a bus every 15-20 minutes. Aquí, el precio no me queda claro si es para el tren o el Orly bus…
TRAIN: Orly Airport is connected to Anthony station by the Orlyval shuttle. It will take you to Gare du Nord in about 40 minutes.
Charles de Gaulle Airport
We are 50 minutes away by taxi (approx €60)
ROISSYBUS: RoissyBus takes travellers from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Place de l’Opéra. It takes 45 to 60 minutes and tickets cost €12 each. The bus runs between 5:45 am and 11:00 pm, every 15-30 minutes.
RER TRAINS: Line B trains connect Charles de Gaulle Airport to central Paris in approximately half an hour. The most important stops in central Paris are Gare du Nord (25 minutes),
Châtelet – Les Halles (28 minutes) and Denfert-Rochereau (35 minutes). The fare from Charles de Gaulle to the city centre is €9.10 (zones 1-5)
Arriving by car?
Park comfortably in the Chauchat Drouot garage, which is just a one-minute walk from the hotel.
Have you chosen to get around Paris by taxi or metro? Whichever you prefer, everything is just two minutes from Pulitzer Paris Hotel.
Two-minute walk to the Grands Boulevards taxi rank.
Two-minute walk to the Grands Boulevards Metro station
Two-minute walk to the Le Peletier Metro station
Business, events, congresses, culture, shops and restaurants in the 9th arrondissement
Attend important congresses and all sorts of events at Brongniart Palace, also called Palais de la Bourse, which has space for nearly 2,000 people.
Enjoy classical music or good ballet at Palais Garnier, where you can also visit the Opera Museum and Library. And very close to Palais Garnier, you can visit Olympia Hall.
If you want to go shopping, lose yourself in Galeries Lafayette and Printemps. And while you’re there, sneak up to the rooftop for a panoramic view of Paris with the Eiffel Tower.
Want a real surprise? Visit Musée Grévin with its amazingly realistic wax sculptures.
Looking for some something to do at night after an aperó? Have fun and some laughs at the Folies Bergere.
Lunch or dinner in the lively Pigalle area, full of gourmet restaurants, is a must and perfect in combination with the city’s more intimate museums, such as the Gustave Moreau museum.
Just north of the 9th arrondissement, wander through the arty neighbourhood of Montmartre, which has famously appeared in numerous French films, and enjoy strolling through the market, watch artists paint live, and end up climbing to the top of the hill to visit the extraordinary Sacré-Cœur Basilica.
Hollow façade: 145 Rue Lafayette (on the way to Gare du Nord).[/column_dd][/section_dd]