A November day in the 15th arrondissement
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The 15th arrondissement is one of the most varied and dynamic districts in Paris. When you stay at the Vice Versa Hotel, you will be in the perfect place to take advantage of all that the city has to offer. Here's how a day of your November break could unfold...
An exhibition followed by a movie
If it’s raining and chilly, it will be good to take refuge at La Maison de la Culture du Japon, a space dedicated to Japanese culture, and discover an amazing exhibition entitled A Japanese Bestiary. Living with Animals in Edo-Tokyo (18th-19th centuries). This series of works depicting scenes of hunting and everyday life, of nobility and peasants, offers a complete panorama and encourages a reflection on the link between man and animals in modern Japan. Following that experience, you can change the tone by heading to the Pathé de Beaugrenelle cinema complex and its ultra-modern screening rooms. ScreenX, 4DX, Dolby and Onyx guarantee you an exceptional experience. And you’ll be spoiled for choice among the selection of films ranging from the latest blockbusters to arthouse movies...
A cocktail bar with a difference
Fancy something different for your evening? How about a cocktail bar that’s totally a part of its terroir? A ten-minute walk from the Vice Versa Hotel is the Cracra, a bar that defines itself as a ‘completely crazy speakeasy’. Pink pigs stroll across the ceiling between disco glitterballs, and ham pink neon lights cast an atmospheric glow over such delights as a well-packed Moscow Mule. Relax as the Pedzouille team takes you in hand.
The 15th arrondissement is constantly reinventing itself and offering a more authentic Parisian experience. Taste the charms of November at the Vice Versa Hotel and we will share with you all our best recommendations.
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Hotel Vice Versa, a 4-star boutique hotel in the heart of Paris 15th