2 Rue De L'amiral Coligny (0.0 km from Louvre Museum)
Offering free WiFi and city views Sweet Inn - Amiral de Coligny is an accommodation located in the centre of Paris just 400 metres from Louvre Museum and less than 1 km from Sainte-Chapelle. The property is 2.1 km from Orsay Museum and 2.
19 Rue Des Pretres-Saint Germain-L' (0.1 km from Louvre Museum)
The 4 star Hotel Relais du Louver is located between the Louver Museum and Noter-Dame Cathedral. All 21 rooms are equipped with bathtub or shower mini-bar and writing desk. The Relais du Louver is in the historic heart of Paris.
21 Rue Des Pretres St-Germain L'aux (0.1 km from Louvre Museum)
In central Paris this hotel is just a 2-minute walk from the Louvre museum and the Pont des Arts. It provides individually decorated rooms equipped with free Wi-Fi satellite TV and air-conditioned.
8 Quai Du Louvre (0.2 km from Louvre Museum)
Boasting a bar Cheval Blanc Paris & Dior Spa Cheval Blanc Paris is located in Paris in the Ile de France region 1312 feet from Louver Museum and 1312 feet from Sainte-Chapelle. Located in the 1st arr.
D'aboukir 111 (0.2 km from Louvre Museum)
98 - Urban Arts et Métiers in Paris offers accommodations with free Wifi a 16-minute walk from Gare de l'Est 0.9 miles from Pompidou Center and a 19-minute walk from Gare du Nord. The property is around 1.5 miles from Pigalle Metro Station 1.
48 Rue De L'arbre Sec (0.3 km from Louvre Museum)
Located 984 feet from the Louver Museum and 66 feet from shopping on the Rue de Rivoli L'Empire Paris offers air-conditioned guest rooms with LCD satellite TV and free WiFi.
(0.3 km from Louvre Museum)
21 Rue Saint-Germain L'auxerrois (0.3 km from Louvre Museum)
Apartments WS Louvre - Saint-Germain offers accommodations within 0.6 miles of the center of Paris with free Wifi and a kitchen with a microwave a fridge and a stovetop. The property is around 1.
The Louvre Museum, located in the heart of Paris, France, is a world-renowned destination and historic landmark. The museum was initially built as a fortress in the late 12th century and underwent several transformations until it opened as an art museum in 1793. As the largest and most visited museum in the world, it has over 38,000 objects of artistic, cultural, and historical significance on display.
Among some of its most iconic pieces are the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, The Winged Victory of Samothrace, Venus de Milo by Alexandros of Antioch and Rubens’ Equestrian Portrait of Louis XIII. It also features an extensive collection from Ancient Egypt with artifacts such as jewelry and sarcophagi that date back to 2000BC. Established galleries showcase collections from European medieval sculptures to 18th-century French furniture design.
For those who want to explore further into the depths of this remarkable place can join one of their guided tours led by expert curators who provide insight into the history behind each piece. Or they can visit during nighttime hours when there is less crowding and visitors can experience a unique atmosphere illuminated only by candlelight which accentuates key pieces in certain rooms. Admission tickets start at $33.19 for adults but children under 18 can enter for free with their parents or guardians. With so much to see and do at this renowned institution, visitors should plan on spending 2 to 3 hours touring through its many storied halls making sure not to miss any highlights along the way!