Hotel VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel

The New Cultural Hub on the Left Bank

Categories : Paris, published on : 3/10/24

Occupying the former Galeries Lafayette site at the foot of the Montparnasse Tower, the Galeries Montparnasse introduce a new way to experience culture. With their vast spaces, three platforms of 10,000 square meters each, they offer a venue adaptable to all desires, skillfully blending culture and entertainment, as showcased by the ongoing exhibitions. Take advantage of this, as it's only a few minutes away from the VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel.


An Enticing Program

Situated halfway between the Musée d'Orsay, the Louvre, and the halls of Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, the Galeries Montparnasse perfectly exemplify the desire to provide a solid and sophisticated cultural offering in a playful and attractive setting. Since December, the expo "The Art of the Brick" has been triumphing. Over a million Lego bricks are used to reproduce the greatest masterpieces in the history of art, creating truly unprecedented artistic performances.


Meeting Tutankhamun

Starting from February 3, the venue transforms into the Valley of the Kings. You are thus invited to 1923, inside Howard Carter's tent on the eve of the most famous archaeological discovery: that of Tutankhamun's tomb. Another exhibition on ancient Egypt? Not at all! The Galeries Montparnasse invite you to a real treasure hunt, among objects that you can handle to have a chance to enter the innermost sanctum, the tomb chamber. The excitement of the quest is combined with the pleasure of discovering hundreds of authentic objects from Tutankhamun's tomb, faithfully reproduced by the teams from the Cairo Museum.


The Galeries Montparnasse signify a true cultural renewal for the neighborhood by offering a sophisticated and playful cultural experience. Don't miss checking out their program during your stay at the VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel.



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- Exposition Toutankhamon

Hotel VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel​, located halfway between the Gare Montparnasse and the Eiffel Tower