Paris hosts the Maison & Objet trade fair
Twice a year, over the course of 5 days in January and September, Maison et Objet opens its doors a short distance to the north of Paris. This major trade fair offers the opportunity to acquaint yourself with all the latest developments in the world of decoration and interior design. The Eden Hotel also recommends that you discover the fascination and majesty of the Grand Mosque of Paris.
A place of presentation and... inspiration
Open to all but especially valued by those who need to stay ahead of trends, Maison et Objet is THE essential decoration and design trade fair held in Paris. To discover young talents or admire the latest creations of world famous brands, come and explore the 8 halls of the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre, where this unmissable event will be presented from September 8th to 12th. Several thousand exhibitors from more than fifty countries ensure that discovering the latest innovations is a fun and fascinating experience and an inexhaustible source of inspiration. From textiles, furniture and tableware to the most sophisticated fragrances, it’s all here! Access to the exhibition venue is very easy from the Eden Hotel, so don’t hesitate to ask us for information if you wish to attend Maison et Objet 2017.
An exotic oasis in the heart of Paris
Equally fascinating but far more steeped in tradition, the Grand Mosque of Paris and its lush courtyard gardens offer a cool haven to tourists and thirsty strollers who leave the Jardin des Plantes in search of a little shade and freshness. Like an oasis of the 5th arrondissement, with its palm trees and fountain, the Grand Mosque of Paris is the major religious centre for Muslims in France, having been established in the 1920s. Muslim hospitality is legendary, and the visitor is invited to admire the exquisite mosaics, intricately sculpted arcades and towering minaret before enjoying sweetly delicious pastries and sipping a perfectly brewed peppermint tea in the midst of the splendour.
Photo credits : Guilhem Vellut