Courtesy of Hotel Mayfair, Paris
The Grand Palais in Paris is currently hosting an exhibition of Claude Monet’s art from September 22nd to January 24th 2011.
It is the first major exhibition in France of Claude Monet’s work in over 30 years, with over 200 paintings from French and foreign museums.
It traces the 19th century painter’s long career, starting with his early landscapes in Normandy and the Paris region from the 1870s through to the iconic and well known depictions of his garden and ponds in Giverny.
Exhibition opening times:
Fridays – Mondays: 9 am to 10 pm,
Wednesdays 10 am – 10 pm,
Thursdays 10 am – 8 pm
Last access – 45 minutes before closing
24 & 31 December 2010 – the exhibition closes at 6 pm
The exhibition is closed on Tuesdays, and on 25 December 2010
Standard Entry Fee 12€
Reduced to 9€ for people aged between 13 and 25, and unemployed
Upon arrival to Hotel Mayfair, right in Paris’ historical centre, between Place de la Concorde and Place Vendome, you will enter a quiet, intimate and lavish boutique hotel, suitably infused with soft light. The classic style interior decor was envisaged to reflect a spirit of authenticity and luxury. During the stay, the Hotel Mayfair’s Management and Staff will provide you with hospitality, courtesy and attention according to the finest French tradition. The Hotel offers a selection of room categories, with surfaces from 14 to 35 square meters, to oblige to every need and requirement: Single, Classical, Superior, De Luxe, Junior Suite and Family Room. All of the 51 rooms has its own style and harmony reflecting the endless classical Parisian style. At any time, after a tiring business day or an exciting tourist visit in Paris, you may relax while sipping a drink at the Bar and Lounge of Hotel Mayfair.