Hotel Palais de Chaillot Paris

International congress at OECD

Very close to the Hotel Palais de Chaillot, The Château de la Muette, is the OECD headquarter, located on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne in Paris, near the Porte de la Muette.

Three châteaux have been located on the site since a hunting lodge was transformed into the first château for Princess Marguerite de Valois, favorite daughter of King Henry II, sister of Kings Francis II, Charles IX and Henry III and the first wife of King Henry IV, in the 16th century. The first château was extended and substantially reconstructed by Louis XV. Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette lived at this second château, and the first manned flight, in a hot air balloon, set off from the château in 1783.

The old château was demolished in the 1920s to make room for substantial houses, including a new château built by Henri James de Rothschild, which is now part of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s headquarters.


The “homemade” CHAILLOT cake
Every morning at the breakfast buffet

The secret Fruit Bettelman receipe :

First thing first, turn on the oven on 200 degrees.
In a large cup, mix piece of brioche (dry or not)
In a pan, boil one liter of milk with 150g of sugar and a vanilla extract.
Once the milk has boiled, put off the pan from the fire and put some small pieces of brioche inside. Mix until it get compact.
On the side, mix three eggs with a cinnamon spoon and add it to the first mix.
Add to this mixture : either 2 apples cut in small pieces, or 300g of cherries, prunes.
Spread some butter in a cake pan and a bit of sugar on (to make a caramelized layer) before spooning in the mixture.

Cook it in the oven for about an hour.

Tour Eiffel champagne

Les terrasses de la Tour Eiffel

Few steps from the Hotel Palais de Chaillot…

The summer terrace on level 1

Every summer, the Eiffel Tower summer terrace is back!
This year the main topic is Paris, hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2024
At 57m high, come and live a beautiful relaxing moment.

Bubbles on top of Paris?

Come and enjoy a unique moment at the champagne bar located at the Eiffel Tower top floor.
Rose and White champagne are available, chilled and bubbly daily from 12pm to 5.15pm and from 6.15pm to 10.45pm
Elegant Parisian experience guaranteed.

Les Grandes Eaux Musicales du château de Versailles

The gardens were at the heart of King Louis XIV’s attention and are world famous today. Already at the time of the King’s reign, the Versailles groves were open air saloons secluded at the heart of the wooded parts of the garden. The court went there for a light meal, to listen to music or to dance. The King could satisfy his taste for gambling and theatre in these sites dedicated to entertainment and leisure. Decorated with fountains, vases and statues, these groves with their secret access bring fantasy and surprise within the Royal Garden. These green bowers are now exceptionally accessible for you to discover.

The talent of the 17th century fountain engineers and of their successors has always made the Musical Fountains Show an unforgettable and fairytale experience. The fountains play with multiple special effects and marble and metal gods, humans and animals seem to come to life for a few moments, for our greatest pleasure. When the fountains are playing, a ballet comes alive to enchant each and all.

Your royal stroll will unfold to the tunes of the greatest baroque composers from Lully to Charpentier or Rameau.

A quick insight: Vidéo

Pablo Primitif – Quai Branly Museum

Until July 23rd 2017, the Musée du Quai Branly, close to the Hotel Palais de Chaillot, is presenting the exhibition “Picasso Primitif”.

The aim is to show the attraction that the arts of Africa, Oceania, the Americas and Asia held for Pablo Picasso, during his life, through objects, letters and photographs from his private collection.

Espace Hamelin

Espace Hamelin is partner of the hotel Palais de Chaillot. You want to organize a working meeting ?
Benefit from a few minutes from the hotel an ideal business center.

17, rue de l’Amiral Hamelin
75116 Paris
Tél: 01 45 05 70 70