Discover the District
In addition to offering a privileged gateway for visiting Paris, including the Eiffel Tower and the Trocadero, the 16th arrondissement is undoubtedly one of the most pleasant areas in which to live. Beautiful villas with private gardens, avenues lined with trees, the feel of a village... It’s well worth exploring, and for good reason, as it conceals some real treasures.
So, discover the Bois de Boulogne, green lung of Paris; the Serres d´Auteuil – beautiful old greenhouses classified as historical monuments - or if you want a change of scenery, visit the Ile Saint-Germain or the Parc André Citroën. Sports enthusiasts will appreciate the proximity to the Stade Roland Garros (home of the French Open tennis championships), the Parc des Princes and the Auteuil and Longchamps horse racing venues, while art lovers will enjoy the breathtaking collections on display at the Louis Vuitton Foundation and the Marmottan Monet Museum.
As for gastronomy, the district boasts a wealth of good restaurants such as the Pré Catelan, where the famous chef Frédéric Anton works his culinary magic.
Getting to the Hotel Botaniste
From the Boulevard Périphérique ring road, enter Paris via the Porte d'Auteuil then take the Boulevard Exelmans until you reach the Rue Molitor.
Taxi fares from the airports are regulated. Anticipate 37 euros for Orly and 53 euros for Roissy Charles de Gaulle.
Our team is available to help you arrange private transfers.
By Public Transport
Bus: Chardon-Lagache-Molitor stop (services 22 and 62)
Metro: Michel-Ange Molitor station (lines 9 and 10) and Chardon Lagache (line 10) are about 5 minutes away on foot.