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Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near Ministry of Defense, Paris, France From 35 USD

Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near Ministry of Defense, Paris, France

The 15th arrondissement around the old Ministry of Defense is a safe and historical neighborhood of Paris that seems like a perfect choice for both regular visitors but especially for architectural nerds. The French Ministry of Defence building – known as the Hexagone Ballard – was completed in 2015 by ANMA architects and is consisted of angular metal panels that form shapes that resemble a giant origami butterfly that folds and unfolds. With parks, market, museums and some of the best patisseries in town this area will let you experience a quieter and more desirable side of Paris, without taking you too far away from the center of the action. This is the real “Parisenne” Paris. Choose a perfect hotel or vacation rental for your stay below.

HomeAway and VRBO Vacation Rentals Near Ministry of Defense, France

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