Dear Mr. Demo,

The Hôtel Molière team wishes you a happy new year, full of energy and travel plans. As we open the year 2024, Paris unveils to you an exceptional line-up of cultural events for the months of January and February.
Embrace tradition with delicious crepes for Chandeleur, plunge into the enigmatic world of the Musée de l'illusion, or recall the key episodes of our contemporary history with a special tribute by the newspaper Libération.
Hôtel Molière looks forward to accompanying you on your Parisian cultural adventure, providing all the comfort and advice you need for a memorable stay.


We take this opportunity to inform you that, due to the 2024 finance law, published on December 30th 2023, the tourist tax is €8.13 per day and per adult starting from January 1st 2024.


50 years in the eye of Libé

The "50 years in the eye of Libé" exhibition at the Musée des Archives Nationales offers an immersive dive into the history and impact of the newspaper Libération. Until February 18, visitors can explore five decades of archives on the social and political movements that have shaped contemporary France. Through a meticulous selection of articles, emblematic photographs and historical documents, this exhibition traces Libération's central role in the French media landscape, offering a deep reflection on the landmark events and social transformations of the last fifty years.

50 ans dans l'oeil de Libé, Musée des archives nationales, 60 rue des Francs-Bourgeois, Paris 3e, until February 18.


Chandeleur, celebrated on February 2, is an age-old French tradition that marks the middle of winter. This religious festival, also known as the "Festival of Candles", is often associated with the making and eating of crêpes. Their round, golden shape symbolizes the sun and heralds the imminent return of spring. Beyond its culinary dimension, Chandeleur is a convivial occasion when families and friends gather to share a warm moment over these delicious crêpes, traditionally accompanied by a variety of sweet or savoury toppings. To make the most of this event, don't hesitate to ask at the front desk for the best crêperie addresses.


Museum of illusions

The Museum of Illusions in Paris is a captivating destination that plunges visitors into a fascinating world of trompe-l'œil and visual illusions. Located in the heart of the French capital, this interactive museum invites visitors to explore surprising optical phenomena in a fun and educational way. Within its walls, visitors are carried into a world where reality seems to be distorted, perspectives are thwarted and illusions often defy logic. Whether through striking holograms, distorting mirrors or interactive installations, the museum offers a unique sensory experience that stimulates the imagination and challenges our perception of reality. For the curious of all ages, the Museum of Illusions represents an entertaining and enriching escapade, highlighting the wonders and mysteries of vision and illusion.

Musée de l'Illusion, 98 Rue Saint-Denis, Paris 1er.

Viva Varda

The "Viva Varda" exhibition at the Cinémathèque Française celebrates the legacy of French cinema icon Agnès Varda. It offers a captivating glimpse into her career, highlighting her singular artistic vision through installations and archives, underscoring her indelible impact on the world of cinema.

Viva Varda, Cinémathèque française, 51 rue de Bercy, Paris 12e, until January 28

The Regency in Paris (1715-1723), the dawn of the Enlightenment

The exhibition "La Régence à Paris (1715-1723), l'aube des Lumières" at the Musée Carnavalet highlights the pivotal period in French history between 1715 and 1723. Until February 25, visitors are taken back in time to the tumultuous and creative Regency period, marking the transition to the Age of Enlightenment.

La Régence à Paris (1715-1723), l'aube des Lumières, Musée Carnavalet, 23 rue de Sévigné, Paris 3e, until February 25.

Hermann Nitsch, tribute

The tribute to Hermann Nitsch at the Musée de l'Orangerie celebrates the provocative and introspective work of this Austrian artist. Until February 11, visitors can discover Nitsch's bold vision through an exhibition highlighting his deep artistic explorations, reflecting his thoughts on life, death and the human condition.

Hermann Nitsch, hommage, Musée de l'Orangerie, jardin des Tuileries, place de la Concorde, Paris 1er, until February 11.

We sincerely hope our newsletters will help you organize your trip! Don't forget to sign up to it on our website!
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Paris and remain at your disposal for any further information. 

With our best regards,

Manuel Le Corre

Hôtel Molière
21, rue Molière
+33 (0)1 42 96 22 01
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