A ten-minute walk from the charming hotel Le Petit Chomel ***, the Musée Rodin presents the exhibition Rodin and dance until July 22, 2018. You will discover the famous series of Dance Movements never exposed living of the sculptor and about fifty drawings. In addition, the Museum's garden is particularly pleasant in this spring period.
With more than 57,000 participants in 2017, the 42nd edition of the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris will take place on April 8th. One of the most famous races in the world offers a route of 42.195 km linking the major tourist sites of the capital: the Champs-Élysées, the Concorde, the Eiffel Tower ... Near the course, Le Petit Chomel Hotel in the 7th arrondissement of Paris is at the forefront of the Marathon.
For its 17th edition, the Open Air Opera has chosen Les Noces de Figaro. The tour begins in Domaine Départemental de Sceaux (Parc de Sceaux) on 16 and 17 June. Hotel Le Petit Chomel is near the Parc de Sceaux by metro.
The Taste of Paris festival returns to the Grand Palais for its 3rd edition, scheduled from 18 to 21 May 2017. On the menu, a new casting of prestigious chefs feasting gourmets in ephemeral restaurants but also workshops and demonstrations, And above all, a luminous guest: spring! From Petit Chomel, you can get there in a few minutes by bus 83 (Sèvres - Babylon). You can book your room directly on this website and benefit from the best available rate.
During your stay at the Petit Chomel during this Easter weekend, do not hesitate to discover the best Parisian chocolatiers like Patrick Roger whose shop rue de Rennes is just a step away from the Petit Chomel. Our favorite places to taste high-end chocolates!
A 5-minute walk from the Petit Chomel Hotel, The Maillol Museum presents an exhibition inspired by Anne Sinclair's book: "21 rue La Boétie". In this autobiography, the journalist retraces the journey of her grandfather, Paul Rosenberg, one of the most influential art dealers of the 20th century. This exhibition will allow you to admire some sixty masterpieces - some unpublished in France - of great masters such as Picasso, Braque, Matisse, Léger, Marie Laurencin.