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37 Avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris, France

Metro: Charles de Gaulle – Étoile (lines 1,2,6 and RER A)

Step into a haven of tranquility and escape the hustle of the city at the first Spa My Blend spa by Clarins, which boasts 1,500 sq m of space to offer a full range of exclusive beauty treatments, as well as a fitness room, hammam, laconium room, sauna and a 23-meter infinity pool — all housed inside the luxurious Hotel Royal Monceau. Free access to the Spa for all appointments of over 2 hours. Club membership packages also available if you want regular access to their fitness and spa facilities.

4.00 (1 review)
10 Boulevard de Courcelles, 75017 Paris, France
6 Rue Dupont des Loges, 75007 Paris, France
4 Rue Papillon, 75009 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 42 12 03 60+33 (0)1 42 12 03 60
+33 (0)6 60 37 25 68+33 (0)6 60 37 25 68

Specialist children’s hairdressers with TVs at each seat, a playroom for waiting, and a small toy when finished. They’ve been a fixture in the 17th near Parc Monceau for 15 years and are now in the 7th and 9th arrondissements .  Also, the owner recently designed her own children’s clothing line which is available for purchase in the salons.

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5.00 (1 review)
66 Boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris, France

Métro: Rennes (line 12), Sèvres Babylone (lines 10/12)

Free PersephoneStep into this oasis of eternal spring and you’ll feel all your tensions melt away. As the first fragrance day spa in Paris, every treatment Free Persephone offers – from manis and pedis to facial treatments and full body massages – is around fragrant themes: aromatic, citrus, or floral, depending on your mood.

Bring a friend, get treated like goddesses, then linger in their salon du thé. You can even privatize the space for a bachelorette party, birthday or other private event.

Prices: 18€ for a 10-min mini-massage; 34€ and up for manis/pedis; 96€ and up for facial and body treatments.

Read our review of Free Persephone HERE!

5.00 (1 review)

It’s party time! This is one of our favorite sites when we need to find special touches to make a celebration fabulous. Whether you need materials to make fabulous fondant decorated cakes, or balloons and themed tableware to mark a special occasion, you’ll find it all here on this one-stop online shop. You can order everything from personalized candies and cake toppers to themed party decorations and loads of ideas for adult and children’s celebrations, from baptisms to weddings. They have fast and reliable delivery service too!

5.00 (1 review)
CC Thiais Village, 3 Rue de la Résistance 94320 Thiais
ZI Des Ebisoires, 12 Rue Paul Langevin 78370 Plaisir

Here’s a place where you can let your kids run wild, jump and climb to their hearts’ content without attracting nasty glares from people around you. Acrochats runs two indoor adventure playgrounds just outside of Paris (Thiais and Plaisir), with climbing frames, ball pits and obstacles for kids up to 12 years old. You can also privatize their themed cabins for a birthday party and sit back and relax with a book in their café complete with wifi.

Acrochats Thiais Village
Tel: + 33 (0)1 56 70 60 10

Acrochats Plaisir
Tel: +33 (0)1 34 89 98 73

 

5.00 (1 review)
10 Rue Tiphaine, 75015 Paris, France

Metro: La Motte Picquet Grenelle (lines 6, 8, 10)

One of Paris’ oldest Anglophone associations bringing together expats, new and old, through year round cultural, educational and social activities and events. WICE keeps the mind sharp, the body active and the spirit alive. Join the internationally known writer’s workshop, book club, learn a language or participate in an art class, walking tour or wine tasting.

11 Rue du Dr Roux, 75015 Paris, France

Metro: Pasteur (lines 6 and 12)

Created and run by American opera singer Valerie Beatson, Kid Jam offers an introduction to singing for babies and children in a fun and bilingual (French/English) environment. Children and their accompanying adults learn international songs, lullabies and finger-plays while expressing themselves with percussive instruments, props and musical games.

En plus, KidJam’s classes are open to all children, even those with special-needs. New classes like BodyJam, taught by movement specialist Corinne Ott, allow these kids to get their much-needed social activities and integrated therapy. And with the help of Association SPRINT France, psychologists volunteer to come shadow (aid, in France, they are called AVS (Auxiliaire Vie Scolaire) these kids in music and movement classes, for an optimum experience.

READ ABOUT KIDJAM in our Ultimate Guide After-School and Weekend Activities!

36 Rue Bichat, 75010 Paris, France
28 Rue Vignon, 75009 Paris, France

The first bakery in Paris to offer traditional French pastries 100% Gluten-free. Run by husband and wife team François and Marie, the bakery is warm and inviting and their pastries will have you coming back for more.

Read full review here of gluten-free bakeries in Paris by INSPIRELLE contributor Chloe Martin.

70 Rue du Théâtre, 75015 Paris, France
65 Rue du Théâtre, 75015 Paris, France
15 Rue Edgar Faure, 75015 Paris, France
141 Avenue de Suffren, 75007 Paris, France

Founded in 1954, École Jeannine Manuel has now become the largest non-denominational independent school in France. With a mission to promote international understanding through the bilingual education of a multicultural community of students and parents, they now educate 2,900 students, representing over 65 nationalities, between their Paris and Lille locations.

For new non-French speaking students beginning in CE1 (~age 7) and up to seconde (~age 15), enrollment takes place in “adaptation” classes where they follow a one-year French immersion program. Further special instruction in French continues for another additional year including three additional hours of French each week and individual support, as required.

They have 4 locations in Paris and boarding opportunities at their Lille, France location.

This non-profit, volunteer association aims to help entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs “to be” to gain access to new and valuable skills, through workshops, networking, and real opportunities to showcase their products and services. Based in Paris’ western suburb of Yvelines, come and meet like-minded women who want to share their knowledge and experience as business-owners in France.

5 Rue Léon Cogniet, 75017 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 47 63 42 07+33 (0)1 47 63 42 07

Metro: Courcelles (line 2)

Conveniently located in the 17th and steps from the EIB International School, this British-born GP, has regular daily office hours here, as well as at the Franco-British hospital once per week. Over the past 2 decades, she has served the expat and French community with a smile and an understanding of both English and French medical trends.

1 Avenue de Lowendal, 75007 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 45 63 18 43+33 (0)1 45 63 18 43

Metro: École Militaire (line 8), Saint François Xavier (line 13)

A well-known GP to the Anglophone community in Paris. She has special interest and experience in women’s health issues, as well as travel medicine, an interdisciplinary specialty concerned with the prevention and management of health problems associated with travel. For many of our commuting expats, a consultation can help avoid major discomfort and possible sickness when working or visiting abroad.

19 Rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010 Paris, France
+33 (0) 9 73 60 13 64+33 (0) 9 73 60 13 64

Metro: Jacques Bonsergent (line 5)

Holybelly is owned and operated by Sarah Mouchot and Nico Alary, who together create a new menu every month – a mix of classic French and Western comfort food, based on what products are in season. Their staple: Sunday breakfast.

Rue des Jonnières, 91570 Bièvres, France

A friendly, private tennis and multi-sports club devoted to kids, with courses on Wednesdays and weekends through the year, and holiday sports camps for children from 3 to 14 years old. You can sign up your kids for any of their regular classes on a weekly, half day or daily basis. A convenient door-to-door minibus service shuttles kids from Paris to the club, which sits on 2 hectares of green space, 20 minutes from the Eiffel Tower in Bièvres.

Their Les Gymnases Parisiennes offers golf, gym, soccer and tennis courses for kids from 2 to 10 years on Saturdays in gyms in the 7th, 8th, 16th and 17th arrondissements of Paris.

They can even organize a sports birthday party for you. And, they speak English! 

The first Venturing Crew in France offers teenagers from age 14 and up an invitation to adventure, leadership, personal growth and service. A program of the Boy Scouts of America, Venturing places strong emphasis on its policy of co-ed “youth-led’ programs with adult-guidance, providing opportunity for youths to test their limits, to develop new skills and to make a difference.

Crew 2014 is an English-speaking group, with activities including hiking, camping, go-karting and an action course called Koezio.

65 Quai d'Orsay, 75007 Paris, France

Get ready to rock ‘n roll! What better way for kids and teens to develop their musical talents than to join a band? Musicians in grades 3 to 12 (or CE2 – terminale) can join Rock U, which holds practice sessions at the American Church. Guitarist and vocalist Matt Black, a familiar face at parties and Anglophone events, leads the Rock U. You can register for Fall, Winter, or Spring sessions, and everyone’s invited to the Rock U band’s concerts at the end of each session. Cost is 335€ per session.

Read about Rock U and other activities in our Ultimate Guide to After-School and Weekend Activities for Kid!

65 Rue Montmartre, 75002 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 83 95 46 77+33 (0)1 83 95 46 77

Metro: Sentier (line 3)

For a unique spa experience, try Spa Dans le Noir, where trained personnel with sight disabilities perform massages and spa treatments in the dark. The concept began in 2004 with Restaurants in the Dark and now includes spas in Paris and Bordeaux.

Tarifs:  49€ for 30 mins, 90€ for 60 mins and 135€ for 90 mins.

293 Avenue Daumesnil, 75012 Paris, France

Metro: Porte Dorée (line 8)

Here’s a real cultural jewel. Learn about the immigrants who helped build France over the past two centuries at this fascinating multicultural museum. Discover a large collection of photographs, documents and video that trace the history, culture and contributions of the many ethnic groups that make up France today.

The museum is located in an exquisite Art Deco building, the Palais de la Porte d’Orée, built in 1931 for the International Colonial Exhibition in Paris. INSPIRELLE recommends this museum for adults and older children, but younger kids can fully enjoy the tropical aquarium on the lower level.

As mentioned in our article 15 Indoor Activities for Children in Paris on Rainy Days!

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