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From humble beginnings as a small village on the western outskirts of Paris, Boulogne-Billancourt has grown to become a polished upscale suburb synonymous with Parisian style and prosperity. Nowadays, with its broad tree-lined avenues and stately buildings, the neighborhood retains a quaint small-town atmosphere despite its location just 30 minutes from central Paris. Said to be the birthplace of French cinema and the automobile industry, this district is a worthy destination in its own right, as well as offering tourists a conveniently situated, relaxed alternative to Paris’s more fast-paced downtown.

Hotels in Boulogne-Billancourt

This picturesque suburb is home to many well-to-do residents, so why not make like the affluent locals and opt for some luxurious accommodation in Boulogne-Billancourt? The Radisson Blu Hotel, Paris Boulogne is the ideal serene retreat and even has a private outdoor terrace garden. The neighborhood is also the global HQ of several international companies, so it’s no surprise that there’s an impressive host of business hotels in Boulogne-Billancourt. Check out the Mercure Paris Porte de St Cloud, which boasts 17 meeting rooms and an auditorium, or the Courtyard by Marriott Paris Boulogne, a top-rated Boulogne-Billancourt hotel with a 24-hour business center and stunning rooftop bar.

Things to see in Boulogne-Billancourt

Stroll down leafy walkways and across brightly painted bridges in the charming Parc de Boulogne-Edmond de Rothschild, located in the northwest of the suburb. As well as being a peaceful sanctuary, this park showcases the historic grandeur of Boulogne-Billancourt in the form of the abandoned Rothschild mansion. Formerly home to one of France’s richest dynasties, the once-majestic property fell into disrepair after WW2. History enthusiasts will be fascinated by Musée Albert-Kahn, which houses historic photographs and films by philanthropist Albert Kahn produced between 1909 and 1931. With its 4 hectares of pristine landscaped gardens, the museum is also perfect for a relaxing wander in the fresh air. Musée des Années 30 is another museum worth visiting for those who want to further explore the district’s artistic side. A fine-art gallery with an emphasis on 1930s industrial art, it holds over 1,000 sculptures and drawings, as well as a sizable number of paintings and intriguing African works.

Good for couples and business travelers

This charming neighborhood couldn’t be better equipped for a romantic getaway. Not only are there plenty of hotels for couples in Boulogne-Billancourt, but its beautiful parks, palatial villas, and scenic walks along the Seine riverbank make this suburb a lovers’ paradise. With its easy access to Paris city center, and its status as home to many major corporations like Renault, Alcatel, and Carrefour, the area is also an excellent fit for business travelers. After work, there are plenty of parks in which to relax, and scores of restaurants offering great food and top-quality service.

How to get to Boulogne-Billancourt

Paris’ two major airports, Orly and Charles de Gaulle, are connected to the metro via shuttle buses and the RER express train. To get to metro line 10, which serves Boulogne-Billancourt, you’ll need to change a couple of times, but taxis are readily available as alternatives. Getting around Boulogne-Billancourt itself is easy, with the quiet sidewalks and open spaces perfect for exploring on foot, and the 5 metro stops dotted around the district mean that the heart of Paris is conveniently close at hand.