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Claude-Bernard directed his gallery from 1957 to 2022.. He has been showing contemporary figurative art. Each year, the gallery organizes approximately six exhibitions as well as one retrospective exhibition of artists such as Morandi, Giacometti, Bonnard or Bacon.


5 rue des Beaux-Arts 75006 Paris

01 43 26 97 07


the Hotel is a must. Jacques Garcia has created a charming house, luxurious but intimate and discreet, steeped in the history of Saint-Germain des Prés. Here we take a trip, a thousand places from our daily lives, in a special atmosphere, borrowed from a little nostalgia for bygone times. Each of the twenty rooms has its legend, reflected by a specific decoration. If you like English literature, room N° 16 where Oscar Wilde lived for a long time will be for you, but you will have many other choices, from Marco Polo to Charles X via Mistinguett, or even Venice and Pondicherry, and even an apartment with its terrace.

In the basement there is a lovely pool and a hammam, which can be privatized to spend a moment of relaxation alone or in pairs.

The Hotel also has one of the prettiest lounges there is, which can be privatized for events, and a Bar, the Wilde’s, one of the best known on the left bank, the one where we give appointments during the day. , where we feast at night, where every Thursday evening we come to listen to jazz. (find it in our Bars & Clubs section).


13 rue des Beaux-Arts 75006 Paris

01 44 41 99 00


In the long tradition of hotel bars, discreet, hushed and distinguished, where you come across over a cocktail, a writer, an actress or a few friends who share Oscar Wilde’s secret: Luxury, calm and voluptuousness. The magical cocktail menu offers signature cocktails (the oldest, the Hotel, or The Usual created for Tilda Swinton) and original creations. On Thursday evenings, we also come to listen to jazz.


13 rue des Beaux Arts 75006 Paris
01 44 41 99 00

Open daily from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Cocktails from 5 p.m. every evening


The Galerie Le Minotaure, created in 2002, is situated Rue des Beaux-Arts, at the former address of the famous bookshop from whom it preserved its name. His founder, Benoit Sapiro, is fascinated by Russian and Central Europe artists of the first half of the 20th century. Benoit Sapiro dedicated himself to helping rediscover the first half of the 20th Century Russian and Central Europe artists for more than twenty years, with a constant and passionated action.


2 Rue des Beaux Arts  75006 Paris
01 43 54 62 93