Tourism

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Because a hotel is not just a room

Quorum, in the heart of a lively neighborhood


Choosing a good hotel for your stay, whether for business or pleasure, is based on comfort, equipment, availability and personnel. But the location of the hotel, its geographical location, is also essential!
Staying at the Quorum also means choosing the best location for a stroll in the magnificent Saint-Cloud park, walking the Roland Garros alleys in the spring, going to the Parc des Princes on a match night, experiencing the excitement of a race at the Longchamp or Saint-Cloud racecourses, or spending your first gallop at the Jardy stud.

 

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Staying at Quorum

The Quorum is an address you can't help but fall in love with. Located in Saint-Cloud on the Boulevard de la République, this establishment places you in the heart of the city. A busy road to get around quickly, the A13 motorway to see further into the Paris region, nearby bus lines, everything is done to make your life easier. In a few minutes, you will have crossed the Pont de Saint-Cloud and you will be in Paris.

The hotel's neighborhood is also the Domaine National de Saint-Cloud. This magnificent park, its paths where you can go jogging or cycling, or simply take a walk after a long day at work, is also part of the pleasure of staying at the Quorum.

To find out more about the hotel and its region, the activities offered by the establishment as well as the tourist attractions of Saint-Cloud and the surrounding area.

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Le Quorum, more than a hotel, a beautiful region to discover

Things to do around us


We have selected for you 6 places in and around the capital that you should discover during your stay. If of course the Ile de France has many others, they are representative of the richness of the region in terms of culture and leisure.

The National Domain of Saint-Cloud

Located just a few hundred meters from the hotel, the Domaine National de Saint-Cloud is a magnificent wooded park. Its 460 hectares, its magnificent buildings, its dozens of statues have earned it its classification as a Remarkable Garden in 2005. It will be for you the ideal place to go for sports by following its numerous alleys which extend on the communes of Saint-Cloud and Marnes-la-Coquette. After a day's work or to spend a good time with your family, the park will be a most appreciable setting.

Museum of Sèvres

Today, Sèvres is home to the Sèvres Porcelain Factory and the National Ceramics Museum. The ensemble, located on the banks of the Seine in a magnificent 18th century building, forms an extraordinary setting for the nearly 50,000 works in the collection, combining masterpieces from all periods and all countries with the most important works of art.The museum is located on the banks of the Seine in a magnificent 18th-century building and provides an extraordinary setting for the nearly 50,000 works in the collection, combining masterpieces from all eras and all countries with contemporary works and creations from the Manufacture.

Louis Vuitton Foundation

Nestled in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, the Fondation Louis Vuitton is an architectural marvel designed by Frank Gehry that houses some of the most beautiful exhibition rooms. A unique experience for all art lovers, this place of art and culture offers, in addition to presentations of works from its own collection, temporary exhibitions as well as a program of conferences, workshops and other multidisciplinary events.

The musical seine

On the site of the former Renault factory in Boulogne Billancourt, on the Ile Seguin, the Seine Musicale now stands. Behind its audacious architecture lies one of the largest musical centers in France, with a concert hall adapted to all types of music, as well as rehearsal and recording rooms.

Palace of Versailles

If you had to name only one example of the historical heritage of the Ile de France region, the Palace of Versailles would undoubtedly be the best choice. Louis XIV, the Sun King, had it built in his image, without limits. A marvel of architecture and design, each room is a treasure to discover, beyond the famous Hall of Mirrors. In fine weather, the gardens express themselves through the plantations organized to the millimeter, but also through its fountains and its Great Waters. The park and the castle of Versailles are the quintessence of French heritage.

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