Paris close by, the tranquillity of an imperial town, Rueil and its charm and the excellent hospitality. Welcome to Patricia Pimet's hotel.
"I plan ahead in order to personalise each arrival and ensure that the guest feels really welcome, like they're at home."
Patricia welcomes guests at the heart of the historic district of Rueil-Malmaison. It's a fantastic location with shopping streets and restaurants, just a stone's throw from Château de la Malmaison and ten minutes from the Rueil 2000 business district. Run by Patricia, The Originals City, Le Cardinal Rueil Centre is in the ideal spot and was fully renovated in 2017. Patricia is very attentive to her guests, she tells us, proudly. She wants them to be at ease and take full advantage of their stay in one of the hotel's 64 spacious air-conditioned rooms. A three-star Rueil-Malmaison hotel geared towards the comfort of guests. "I chose this occupation because I love hosting and making guests happy," says Patricia. Whether you're in Rueil for business or pleasure, you'll enjoy the exceptional attentiveness of staff and great services, including secure private parking.
"The classic rooms have an African theme, while the superior rooms conjure up Paris. Both themes are linked to the owners' history," Patricia tells us. Suitable for couples, friends, families and colleagues, the 64 rooms of our accommodation near Paris are particularly original with a lively design aesthetic. Practical and comfortable, all rooms have great facilities to make your stay even more enjoyable. All in a "really warm' setting," says Patricia.
- Non smoking room
- Air-conditioned room
The Originals City, Le Cardinal Rueil Centre is in central Rueil, just 15 minutes from Paris. A great opportunity to explore Paris.
WALKS IN PARISHow about a walk to the Eiffel Tower to start? Without a doubt the world's most famous landmark. The views of Paris are fantastic on the third floor, 300 metres up. You'll make out Notre-Dame, Sainte-Chapelle and Ile de la Cité, the capital's historic birthplace. In the distance, you'll also see Sacré-Cœur, perched 130 metres above the city on the Montmartre mound. Don't miss a wander around this 'village' with its steep, narrow streets and acres of vines.
MUSEUMS GALOREThe Musée d'Orsay is perfect for those keen to admire the world's most beautiful collection of Impressionist paintings. Think Millet, Pissarro, Monet, Manet, Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec, Cézanne, Van Gogh and more. The former Orsay station is the setting for stunning collections from 1848 to 1914, complementing those in the Louvre and Pompidou Centre. You'll want to go to the Louvre for the Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo alone. Visitors can choose between 403 exhibition rooms and 35,000 paintings. But Paris has more than a hundred other museums. The best known include the Pompidou Centre while the most original explore Magic, Robots and Dolls.
MUSÉE NATIONAL DES CHÂTEAUX DE MALMAISON ET BOIS-PRÉAUThe former home of Joséphine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon Bonaparte, is now a charming museum. This 17th-century château became the seat of government where Consulate Ministers met frequently. It's now home to magnificent pieces dating back to the start of Napoleon I's reign. The château gardens boast an extraordinary rose garden.
In central Rueil, a stone's throw from Paris and the La Défense business district, the hotel offers a fully equipped meeting room.