A gourmet experience unlike any other with incomparable cuisine from Frédéric Anton and mouthwatering dessert. Tucked away in the middle of the Bois de Boulogne, this gourmet gem boasts three Michelin stars. Artisanal cuisine that manages to be complex without feeling complicated, outstanding without being showy. Highly graphic, modern compositions showcase the same produce in an infinite series of variations. Each dish is a feast for the eyes, heady aromas rising up before bursts of flavors are left to explode across the palate. A conversation, an experience, an adventure, an imaginary world delivered by high-impact cuisine.
Architect Pierre Yves Rochon serves up a contemporary, astonishing concept that blends seamlessly with its surroundings, retaining all the elegance of the setting to grant visitors the opportunity to "find themselves in a prestigious place, out in the fresh air, in the peace and quiet of the Bois de Boulogne in Paris, and to sample cuisine from a leading chef while soaking up the architecture of the space". Green, black, white and silver dominate the palette here: green in a nod to the world outside and alternating touches of black, white and silver to highlight the different spaces, emphasize detailing, pilasters and bas-reliefs. The furnishings complement or contrast the architecture of the building, sometimes classical and other times contemporary, for a lasting impression of purity and lightness.
The Pré Catelan lies in the exceptional setting of the Bois de Boulogne. A unique spot where 850 hectares and 30km of walking and cycling paths await, giving visitors an opportunity to stroll, cycle or horse-ride. Dotted with playgrounds, picnic areas and rowboat hire stations on the Inférieur lake, families flock here to make the most of this slice of greenery in the heart of the capital.
In the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, within striking distance of the Jardin d’Acclimatation, a glass- and metal-clad hub has housed the Louis Vuitton Foundation since 2014. A masterpiece from world-renowned Franck Gehry, the building is a feat of architectural prowess through the purity of its lines and bold style. It hosts temporary exhibitions in a celebration of art, artists and creativity.
An luscious oasis in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne. As green as it gets! An ode to 18th-century gardening prowess. Trees, flowers, bridges, rockeries, grottoes and water mirrors collide in this romantic garden established in 1775. Stroll from rose garden to Chinese pagoda and waterfall, losing yourself along the narrow paths as the sounds of nature color the air. An unexpected slice of peace and quiet in the heart of the French capital.