The Hotel du Casino was built in the Haussman style at the very begginning of the 20th century, with refined rooms and nice Loius XV and Louis XVI furniture. It is ideally situated, between Opera and Montmartre and very near from department stores and fashion shops. The hotel offers a lobby and a bar for a moment of relaxation, a patio and two conference rooms for your seminars or business meetings with 8 or 25 persons. Stroll down the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Champs Elysées, climb the Eiffel Tower for a wonderful view of the city. Visit the historic monuments, from Notre Dame to Montmartre and countless others. Visit the Sénat, the Assemblée Nationale, the Conciergerie, Sainte-Chapelle and don't miss out on the free concert every Sunday in the famous Notre Dame de Paris cathedral. See Paris by night as you dine by candle-light, floating down the Seine on a river boat. Don't forget the museums and art galleries for which Paris is renowned: the Louvre, the Picasso museum, the Museum of Modern Art, just to mention a few. Discover romantic Paris as you stroll along its bridges, through the many parks and gardens. On the outskirts of Paris, visit the Château de Versailles and its wonderful gardens. A day out at Disneyland Paris is a must for the young and the young at heart! Rueil-Malmaison: Napoleon's wife Josephine lived in the castle here, well worth a visit. Visit the Parc Zoologique (one of the biggest zoos in France), the Parc Floral, and the tropical garden. You can also visit the Château de Vincennes, which was first a royal residence, then a pre-revolutionary State prison, a porcelain factory and an arsenal before finally being transformed into a museum of history. If you are a "sporting" man, or woman, you will want to go to the nearby horse races.