The Rue Cler in Paris, a feast of delights for connoisseurs
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Its typically Parisian charm makes it one of the streets most appreciated by the city’s inhabitants. The Rue Cler, located in the chic 7th arrondissement, continues to charm all visitors with its shops, cafes and market. Take a stroll along this exceptional pedestrian thoroughfare located close to the Hotel de la Motte Picquet and discover its delights during your next stay in Paris!
The Rue Cler and its warm village atmosphere
Strolling along the Rue Cler on a weekend gives visitors the impression of discovering Paris as an insider, as though they were Parisian themselves. This is in part due to the village atmosphere of the street; you can take a leisurely stroll there, enjoy a drink on the terrace of a lovely little cafe, indulge in a session of window shopping, and relish every moment of it all. Although embodying the simple sweetness of life, the Rue Cler is also home to quality brands such as Mariages Frères for tea lovers, Floralies for plant lovers, and the Fromagerie for gourmets. Several charming cafes line the street, an open invitation to sit outside and watch the world go by. We recommend the Café Central and the Café du Marché, both well worth a visit.
Book your room at the Hôtel de la Motte Picquet
To experience the delightful impression of getting to know Paris as a real Parisian does, book your room at the Hôtel de la Motte Picquet, situated right on the corner of the picturesque Rue Cler. Succumb to the elegant and classic charm of the hotel, with its fine decor, comfortable rooms and high-end service. From the hotel you can walk to the Eiffel Tower, Trocadero, the Champs de Mars and the Musée du Quai Branly in just a few minutes.