Jardin des Tuileries

Jardin des Tuileries

The resplendent Jardin des Tuileries has been at the heart of Parisian life since the mid-17th century and still attracts thousands of visitors each day. Offering an idyllic haven of relaxation in metropolitan Paris, the Jardin des Tuileries is rich in both natural and artistic beauty.

Holidaymakers wishing to walk the grounds of Tuileries Garden in Paris should stay at a convenient hotel on the Champ Elysees. The Radisson Blu Hotel Champs-Elysees is just a short walk from the Arc de Triomphe and allows guests to easily explore some of the French capital's best shops and boutiques.

Things to see in Jardin des Tuileries
Tuileries Garden in Paris was originally commissioned by Catherine de Medicis, and it mirrored and improved upon other Renaissance gardens from around Europe. The Jardin des Tuileries has expanded over time and prospered under different architects and rulers.

The attraction is famed throughout France for the stunning stone and marble statues which adorn it. The statue of Renommée riding Pegasus by Coysevox at the Jardin des Tuileries western entrance is perhaps the most iconic, although the park also has work by Rodin, Barrias and Lévêque.

The Tuileries Garden in Paris is also home to The Orangerie, which has displayed part of the world famous Water Lilies series by Claude Monet since 1927. After seeing the paintings holidaymakers can visit the garden's fountains or walk in the shadows of its decades old trees.

Finding a hotel in Paris
The Radisson Blu Hotel Champs-Elysees' location in the Golden Triangle makes it ideal for tourists wishing to visit all of the city's central attractions as well as events such as Paris Fashion Week. Offering guests one of 46 classically styled rooms, the hotel's on-site bar and restaurant are a great place to relax after a walk in the Jardin des Tuileries.