Comfort Hotel Gennevilliers
18 bis boulevard Gallieni
Phone: (33) 1 47939332
Fax: (33) 1 47339906
18 bis boulevard Gallieni, Gennevilliers, FR, 92230
- Phone: (33) 1 47939332
- Fax: (33) 1 47339906
Hosting ballets on ice, competitions, classes, and workshops along with public skating sessions for leisure, the Patinoire d'Asnières always keeps cool. Costs are based on a yearly subscription, with discounts available for children and students. Call or see website for details.
This go-kart racing epicenter caters to your inner speed demon, offering 10,000 square meters (107,640 square feet) of racetrack and more. Streiff Kart brings the thrill and excitement of F1 racing to everyone with custom precision-tooled karts and fantastic courses guaranteed to ignite your competitive spirit. The center also features a restaurant, bar, conference rooms, game rooms, and a kids club.
This is a professional tour guide council, which makes life easier for tourists. Paris Contact Montmartre can make your itinerary for you. You have the option of exploring the city on your own or joining a group tour. Priced only at EUR12 per person, this walkathon is a must.
The Diana Moreno-Bormann Circus is everything a circus should be - entertaining, thrilling, and traditional to the core! A family-run business in which all the members are actively involved, it's got trapeze-artists, tight-rope walkers, clowns, and performing animals that will thrill your little ones to bits! So what are you waiting for? Come along and join in the fun!
Kart'in features massive, circuitous tracks for go-cart aficionados looking for a speedy ride. Because no go-carter wants to race over the same terrain for too long, the founder of Kart'in, René Arnoux, redesigns all the tracks every three months. Tickets can be purchased individually, in bulk, or in group packages.
This popular boat rental company offers cruise that spans across the River Seine and the St. Martin Canal, taking visitors of the Musée d'Orsay on a three-hour trip to the Parc de la Villette, and back. Departing from the Museum and the park, the cruise serves as a magnificent way to discover this part of the city. Reservations are essential, hence call for more information.
The Centre Omnisports Docteur Jean Blot has an impressive array of sports facilities. This includes an all-sports room which can accommodate around 350 people and holds practices for handball, basketball, badminton, and rock climbing on an 11-meter (36-foot) wall. There are also two soccer fields and rooms devoted to the practice of specific sports: judo, karate, aikido and yoga, boxing, table tennis, dance, and bodybuilding.
The zig-zag roofed Cultural Center of Courbevoie holds performances of theater, classical music, comedy, children's entertainment, comedy, and vocalists as well as art exhibits including painting, photography, and sculpture. Classes are offered for children ages four and up in yoga, art history, gymnastics, fine arts, martial arts, theater, dance, languages, music, and design arts. The Center accommodates the elderly along with children.
This immense site, spread over three kilometers (one-and-a-half miles), is first and foremost a park where both children and parents can play and relax. With its wooded glens, a canal winding through the lawns, staircases climbing up the hillsides to lovely views, and flat lots for roller blading, this place is very popular on sunny Sundays. Children of all ages are invited to unleash their imaginations here: dragon gardens, astounding acrobatics, gentle dunes, and rolling fog set the stage. Linger for awhile in the Bamboo Garden to hear the wind blowing through these enormous grasses and imagine you are surrounded by jungle!
Opened in 1867, this park was built by Jean-Charles Alphand who designed a number of parks during the reign of Napoleon III. Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is spread over 24.7 hectares (61.03 acres) and features an artificial lake, a rocky island, exotic trees, bridges, waterfalls and a grotto. The most significant part of the park is the Temple de la Sibylle which is a scaled-down replica of the iconic Roman Temple of Vesta. The public park also has restaurants, puppet theaters and other facilities making it very popular among locals and tourists alike. A stroll through the historic Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is definitely worthwhile.
The Acclimatization Garden only occupies a small area of the Bois de Boulogne, a huge park created under Napoléon III. In the main part of this park, one can find exotic animals, lakes, gardens and recreation areas. Younger kids will enjoy the mini-zoo while the older kids can try the mini-motorbikes. The garden is so popular because it offers a wide variety of games and attractions, including magical mazes, mirroring games, caroussels, go-karting, roller-blading and bike routes. Don't leave the park without riding one of the many trains which cross the gardens.
Spend a day at Les Berges, a cultural site with much to offer. This 2.3-kilometer (1.4-mile) site has areas for relaxation, sports, and culture. There's a chalk wall where visitors can create doodles or masterpieces as well as Zzz containers, which are perfect for reclining. There's plenty of seating and a "music shower", where visitors can play their music via bluetooth. You'll find workout classes held for free as well as a track and other amenities for athletes. Climb the grand staircase and see amazing views of the Seine.