Activities and Tourism near
the Best Western Select Hotel in Paris Boulogne-Billancourt
Sites not to miss near the hotel
For a business or tourism stay with a loved one or the family, our hotel in western Paris is a short distance from many tourism activities.
Roland Garros Stadium
The Roland Garros tennis stadium is just a 20-minute walk from the hotel and less than 10 minutes away by car. The sports complex offers 24 tennis courts, 3 of which are centre courts. It was created in 1928 to host the final of the Davis Cup and, ever since, has been the venue for the Roland Garros tournament every year.
The Seine Musicale, built on Ile Seguin and inaugurated in April 2017, is a unique complex in France and Europe. It concentrates on the same site concert halls, exhibition halls, areas for walking, restaurants and shops on art and culture.
A popular and sophisticated new live performance venue, it aims to be “a permanent celebration of music for all ages”.
Parc Saint Cloud
The Saint-Cloud national estate, more commonly referred to as Parc de Saint-Cloud, has been a protected natural site since 1923. Covering 460 hectares, it is considered to be one of the most beautiful gardens in Europe and, in 2005, obtained the Outstanding garden label. The estate, a listed Historical Monument, offers a rural outing with many fountains, ponds and waterfalls.
The Ecological and Nautical Park of Ile de Monsieur
At the gateway to Paris on the banks of the Seine, this large ecological park offers 7.5 hectares of parkland devoted to sport and leisure activities. The Nautical Village offers all the equipment needed for associations to offer canoeing, kayaking, sailing, boating, and rowing.
Parc des Princes
The legendary stadium of PSG football team, the Parc des Princes is very close to the hotel. It takes about 20 minutes to walk to the stadium on match days.
Quai du Point du Jour
The Quai du Point du Jour is easily recognisable among all the others with the fully glazed tower of the TF1 television channel.
Musée des Années 30
Over an area of 2,000 m², it brings together some 800 sculptures, 2,000 paintings and decorative objects, furniture and pottery, and also models of houses and buildings in the city dating from the 1930s: a return to realism and classicism.
Come and discover or rediscover this emblematic French car brand through its history and the technologies that it initiated in the motoring world. The Renault Museum is located in a townhouse at 27 rue des Abondances. The museum is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon by appointment for groups of more than 10 people.