Located in between the Louvre Museum and the Avenue de Champs-Elysées, the Jardin des Tuileries owes its name to the tile factory that once stood on the site.
At first it was designed as an Italian-style garden, before being entrusted to landscape architect Andre Le Nôtre who turned it into a huge and magnificent French-style garden.
The Palais des Tuileries, the royal residence for which these gardens were designed, was destroyed by the Communards and razed to the ground in 1880.
In 2005, the Tuileries Garden officially became attached to the Louvre Museum. Just before the round pond, or Grand Bassin, you will find the Feuillant terrace which runs parallel to the Rue de Rivoli. This leads to the Jeu de Paume museum, while the parallel terrace on the river side leads to the Orangerie Museum.
The Jardin des Tuileries combines nature and art in the very heart of Paris.
Tuileries Gardenspecial selection of our hotels
Best Western Tour Eiffel Invalides
Between the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides. Boutique Hotel
Between the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides, a few steps away from the banks of the Seine and tucked away in a beautiful, peaceful and safe district, the Best Western Tour Eiffel Invalides is a romantic hôtel de charme. Decorated mainly with ...
Central and chic area
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 Op&e...
CMG Sports Club partnership
Timhotel Le Louvre
Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame and Chatelet nearby. 20mn away from La Défense
Near the Louvre and the famous Rue de Rivoli and Rue Saint-Honoré, the Timhotel Le Louvre offers a location that's not only in the heart of Paris, but, more importantly, in the heart of French history. Here you can enjoy the cultural an...
CMG Sports club partnership