Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann

The history of the famous Parisian department store Galeries Lafayette goes back to the year 1895. That year Théophile Bader and Alphonse Kahn put together a fashion designer workshop known as Aux Galeries Lafayette.

The central cupola was raised in the 19th century, sporting a Neo-Byzantine style, and today the building boasts a floor space of 65 000m² and stunning architecture.

This temple to fashion, at first exclusively selling clothes and accessories, has since branched out into household items and gourmet foods. Come Christmas the entire building twinkles and the fantastic window displays enchant young and old alike.

Throughout the year there are special events and sales that add another layer to the already irresistible temptation of shopping there… The ultimate Paris shopping destination.

Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmannspecial selection of our hotels

  • From 55 Timhotel Opéra Madeleine

    In front of St Lazare station, near the famous department stores of Paris

    Advantageously located opposite the Gare Saint-Lazare and a few hours away from Normandy, the Timhotel Opéra Madeleine gives you access to all the advantages of the central business district and the train station.  The Timhotel...

    Ideally located in front of the station Gare Saint-Lazare

  • From 77 Timhotel Opéra Grands Magasins

    In the theaters District and close to the Opera

    Not far from gare Saint-Lazare and from the business central district, the Timhotel Opéra Grands Magasins will welcome you in the heart of the 9th arrondissement in a magnificent Haussmann-style building. Ideally located rue La...

    Boutique Hotel between the Opera and Pigalle

  • From 69 Timhotel Palais Royal

    Near the Louvre and Chatelet. Very charming address. Guest rooms with AC

    Not far from the famous Rue de Rivoli and Rue Saint-Honoré, the Timhotel Palais Royal is located in the historical and cultural centre of Paris. This art-deco-bedecked Haussmann-style hôtel de charme, which is near everything, will...

    Next to the Palais Royal and the Montorgueil district