Our Neighborhood :

Local Markets

  • Levis Market: One of the most beautiful open markets in Paris. In the past, political meetings used to take place within this area with famous figures like Victor Hugo or Auguste Blanqui. Today, fruit and vegetable merchants have replaced them.

Local Museums

  • Cernuschi Museum: Henri Cernuschi was a banker but also a bronzes lover. After a two-year journey in Asia, he brought back a unique work of Asian art that he bequeathed to the city of Paris in 1896. 7 avenue Vélasquez. Tel : +33 (0)1 53 96 21 50. Open from 10.00 am to 5.40 pm. Closed on Monday and during Bank Holidays.
     
  • Jacquemart André Museum: This house used to be the residence of the Andrés family, famous collectors who travelled Europe to acquire all the work now exhibited. In 1913, the museum was already considered as one of the Art Center in Paris. 158 boulevard Haussmann. Tel: +33 (0)1 45 62 11 59. Open every day from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm.
     
  • Nissim de Camondo Museum: This magnificent townhouse, along the Monceau Park, was bequeathed in 1935 by the Earl Camondo and inaugurated in 1936 as a museum. He decided to exhibit his rich collection of decorative artworks. 63 rue de Monceau. Tel: +33 (0)1 53 89 06 50. Open from 10.00 am to 5.30 pm. Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and during Bank Holidays.

Places to visit near the hotel

Batignolles: From Hotel Glasgow Monceau, take the direction of the Metro Station Rome, then look on your left for "rue des Batignolles" and go straight to reach the Square des Batignolles, a romantic garden with waterfalls, caves, a rotunda and a small and lovely lake.

  • Monceau Park: If you need peace and some green space, enjoy the beautiful Parc Monceau, dating back to the seventeenth century. Go up on Boulevard des Batignolles and continue on the Boulevard de Courcelles. You will find on your left one of the most elegant gardens of Paris surrounded by pretty mansions. Enter by the big iron gates highlighted with gold. When hanging out in the parc you will see statues, a Renaissance arcade, a large pool, children's playgrounds. Pony rides are also available. Perfect place for a morning jog or a walk with children!
     
  • Montmartre: Visit the heights of Montmartre and its cobblestone streets. One of the most authentic neighbourhoods of the capital! From the metro station Anvers, walk up the street Steikerke. You will stand face to the famous Basilica of the Sacred Heart that overlooks Paris. You will have the choice to choose to climb the hill by stairs or thanks to the funicular. At the top of the hill, you will enjoy breathtaking views of Paris. Join the Place du Tertre on the left of the Basilica: traditional restaurants, painters and accordionists will immerse you in the mood of the famous movie Amélie Poulain. Walk down the cobbled streets and countless stairs. Montmartre cemetery, located not far away, hosts the graves of many famous figures such as Stendhal, Zola, Gustave Moreau, Michel Bergé or Dalida.
     
  • On the Right Bank of Paris: You may opt for a great walk on the Right Bank in order to miss nothing of the secrets of the French capital. Join the Arc de Triomphe, by crossing the Parc Monceau. In the distance, you may see the famous Obelisk of Place de la Concorde. Then, join the Champs-Elysees: the most famous avenue of Paris, with its luxury shops, restaurants, cinemas and hotels. During your walk, you may go along the Avenue Montaigne, the most luxurious street of Paris or The Grand Palais and its bright green nave. The Palais de l'Elysée (French President House) is located on the left sidewalk. Then cross the Tuileries Garden and admire the famous Louvre Pyramid. To finish, walk along the quay to the Island of La Cité.

Montmartre: Visit the heights of Montmartre and its cobblestone streets. Enjoy a breathtaking panorama of Paris.