Where to stay for the Games this summer?

The Paris olympic games in 2024 will take place from Friday, July 26, to Sunday, August 11, 2024. Throughout these 19 days of competition, the French capital will host 10,500 athletes participating in over 40 sports. This historic event is set to be held with excitement and emotion.

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    • Where will the Paris Olympic Games take place in 2024?
    • Where to stay during the Paris Summer Games?

    To fully enjoy the Games and avoid lengthy commutes on Parisian public transport or in taxis, it's crucial to choose accommodations in the strategic areas of the City of Light.

    Where will the Paris Olympic Games take place in 2024?

    Since its selection in 2017 to host the 2024 Summer Olympics, Paris has been diligently preparing its infrastructure to welcome athletes and spectators from across the globe. While most of the venues used are pre-existing, the capital has still been active in constructing an Olympic Aquatics Center (for artistic swimming among others) near the Stade de France, a covered arena at Porte de la Chapelle, and notably, the renowned Olympic Village at L'Île-Saint-Denis, Saint-Denis, and Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine.

    Moreover, most of the Games will occur in the capital's iconic venues, allowing spectators to relish the sporting events while experiencing France's cultural heritage.

    Among others, the Seine will stage the opening ceremony and the Stade de France the closing ceremony, besides athletics and rugby sevens. The Parc des Princes stadium will host the football and Roland-Garros stadium the tennis matches. More centrally located, the Pont Alexandre III will feature triathlon and road cycling events, while the Arena Champ-de-Mars will host judo and wrestling.

    The Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy Accor Arena will host the basketball and artistic gymnastics events. Near Paris, the Château de Versailles will host the equestrian events (such as cross country riding), and the Stade Yves-du-Manoir the field hockey events.

    To note, some sporting competitions will occur in other French cities such as Bordeaux, Lille, Marseille, and Nice.

    Where to stay during the Paris Summer Games?

    Saint-Honoré district

    The Saint-Honoré district is in central Paris, offering ideal access to the various Olympic venues in the city center, such as the Champs-Élysées, the Grand Palais Éphémère and the Champ-de-Mars stadium. The prestigious two-kilometre-long Rue Saint-Honoré passes through numerous monuments and mythical landmarks (Place Vendôme, Palais Royal, Musée du Louvre, etc.).

    At the same time, its many luxury boutiques and Michelin-starred restaurants allow you to combine shopping and cultural visits in your spare time. So, you can enjoy all the joys of the capital and the Olympic Games.

    Louvre-Rivoli district

    When you stay in this district, you'll enjoy breathtaking views of iconic monuments such as the Louvre Museum, the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame de Paris as you stroll along the banks of the Seine. With many restaurants, cafés and cocktail bar, you can quickly soak up the "French touch".

    Its central location gives you easy access to transport links to the various venues for the Olympics 2024. You can easily reach the famous Pont Alexandre III, where the triathlon event will take place, as well as the Esplanade des Invalides for archery and the Place de la Concorde for BMX freestyle.

    Marais district

    Renowned for its lively nightlife, the Marais is the ideal district to enjoy a cheerful atmosphere after a day at the Olympics if you want to extend the festivities. With its picturesque infrastructure, private mansions, numerous artsy rooms, and designer boutiques, you'll enjoy a "secret" Paris, with treasures around every corner.

    Finally, it's the perfect district for running enthusiasts, as it's only a few steps from the Hôtel de Ville, where the marathon will start. There's also a direct line to the Accor Arena and Stade Saint-Denis.

    Champs-Élysées district

    What better way to enjoy the Olympic Games than on one of the world's most famous avenues? During the Games, the prestigious thoroughfare will be the scene of numerous events and festivities, allowing you to take full advantage of the Olympic atmosphere and enjoy an unforgettable experience right at the heart of the action.

    The excellent connectivity of the famous avenue will also enable you to easily reach other competition venues by walking or using public transport, such as the Grand Palais Éphémère opposite the Champ-de-Mars and the Eiffel Tower.

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