Find a hotel for the All Saints holidays in Paris
The All Saints holidays are fast approaching, and this small transition between summer and Christmas is an opportunity to prepare for the cold winter days by resting. But why not take advantage of these holidays to visit Paris? Book now your hotel in Paris 13 for All Saints, and follow our guide!
All Saints 2022: the opportunity for unprecedented holidays
This year, the All Saints school holidays take place from October 22 to November 7, 2022. If this period is often synonymous with rain and gray weather, we must also see the good side of things, and take advantage of the two weeks to organize a refreshing little trip that will put a smile on your face. Indeed, All Saints Day has long been a sinister time when we celebrated the dead, but the new generations are brightening up this moment by also celebrating Halloween, the traditional American holiday where monsters and other ghosts are part of the game.
Then set off to explore the capital by staying at our B55 hotel, in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, and experience unforgettable family holidays.
Why come to Paris during the All Saints holidays?
If the weather is no longer conducive to holidays by the sea, the months of October and November are perfect for enjoying the many activities organized in the 4 corners of the City of Light, without being overwhelmed by tourists.
The museums of Paris: fill up on culture
In Paris, during All Saints’ Day, all the museums are open and offer the opportunity to live unique experiences and perfect your knowledge. And if you visit Paris with your family, many events and exhibitions are suitable for children:
- Discover the greatest painters during the grandiose digital exhibition of theAtelier des Lumières ;
- Participate in artistic workshops at the Center Pompidou ;
- Set off to discover the treasures of the Louvre ;
- Experience sensational entertainment and terrifying nights at the Illusion Museum ;
- Discover science at the Science Museum…
Stroll the streets of the districts of Paris
If the weather is nice, set off to discover the different districts of Paris. From the most famous, such as the Latin Quarter or the Marais, to the most intimate, such as the Butte-aux-Cailles, the Chinese quarter or the Batignolles, stroll through the streets peacefully. It’s impossible not to come across a historic monument or an unmissable site on every street corner: the Eiffel Tower, the Pantheon, the Luxembourg Gardens…
Make Paris your playground, and if you feel like it, live the treasure hunt experience in the heart of the capital to discover Paris differently.
Take advantage of the green spaces of Paris
If you come to Paris with children, there is no doubt that they feel the need to stretch their legs and have fun. Many green spaces and outdoor activities open their doors to you for moments of relaxation in the heart of nature: the Jardin d’acclimatation, the forest of Fontainebleau, the zoological park of Paris, the Bois de Vincennes…
Your stay at the B55: hotel for the All Saints holidays in Paris 13
In the heart of the 13th arrondissement of Paris, the B55 hotel opens the doors to you of a space of calm and comfort conducive to relaxation after a beautiful day of sightseeing. of all kinds. You will stay in a 4-star hotel decorated with chic and refinement around the theme of wine, and enjoy a spacious and bright room, fully equipped for your comfort: private bathroom, satellite TV, heating and air conditioning, quality bedding …
A stone’s throw from several metro stations, Gare d’Austerlitz and Gare de Lyon, your design hotel is ideally located and very well served by public transport, ensuring you serene visits and peaceful holidays.
And after a great day of walking and exploring, what could be better than a spa and relaxation area, with swimming pool and sauna? Relax at theB55 luxury hotel, for an unforgettable stay in Paris.
You don’t have anything planned for the All Saints holidays yet? Paris awaits you for a dream stay. Anticipate your hotel reservation at B55, and let’s go for a holiday just a stone’s throw from the famous Butte-aux-Cailles district.