Our Cultural Package offers a Parisian break that celebrates art
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Paris is the City of Light, as well as of celebration and fashion, but above all it is a city of art. From the street art of the Rue Denoyez to the historic masterpieces of the Louvre, by way of a host of galleries, salons and temporary exhibitions, you will find it everywhere, in all its forms, including in your Parisian home from home, the Hotel Juliana. And to take it to the next level, discover our Cultural Package!
Cultural Package; art without waiting
Whether you’re visiting Paris for business or pleasure, our Cultural Package gives you the opportunity to enjoy the magnificent collections of two museums situated close to our establishment; the Orsay Museum, which houses the world’s largest collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist masterpieces, and the Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac Museum, featuring indigenous art and cultures from around the world. We offer tickets that enable you to bypass the queues and make the most of your time in the capital. And for fun, enjoy our welcome drink and a discount on our breakfasts.
Art at the Hotel Juliana
Whether you’re passionate about art or simply a lover of beautiful things, our hotel will surprise and delight you with the richness and originality of its decor. A welcome departure from standardised and soulless hotels, we invite you into our world of fascinating objects collected from around the globe. These unique pieces are cleverly highlighted; a monumental chandelier echoes an ethnic statue, while an old painting is set alongside designer furniture. Both stimulating and soothing, the atmosphere of your Hotel Juliana is an open and unpretentious invitation to the world of art.
Book our Cultural Package and discover two of the greatest Parisian museums, the Orsay and the Quai Branly, and share our passion for art. Visit our website for more details or contact our team directly.
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Hotel Juliana, a 5-star hotel in the heart of a modern atmosphere and art deco