Things to see and do - Saint-Cloud
Saint-Cloud Travel guide
Saint-Cloud : Michelin's recommendations
St Cloud, whose classical-style park overlooks Paris, was once the site of a monastery, founded by Clodoald in 560 who gave his name to the town. However, it was the château of Monsieur, Louis XIV's brother, which made the town famous in the late 17C. Monsieur had the château built to plans drawn by Jules Hardouin-Mansart, set in a 590ha park, designed by Le Nôtre. The official residence of Napoleon Bonaparte, the château was burned down by the Prussians in 1871 and razed to the ground in 1891.
Tourist attractions Saint-Cloud : Things to see and do
Domaine National de St-Cloud F - 92210 Saint-Cloud
Devastated by the storm in December 1999, the 450ha park is nevertheless still a place of relaxation for people out for a walk, jog or cycle. A visit to the History Museum located in the former Guards' Pavilion is quite interesting. Built in the 17..
F - 92210 Saint-Cloud
Built on terraced slopes overlooking the Seine, the residential town of St Cloud was once renowned for its bridge which scared the Kings of France because a legend said that they would die if they attempted to cross it. The racecourse at the foot..
36 Rue Royale F - 92210 Saint-Cloud
Located on a quiet street at the foot of the hill of Saint Cloud, this hotel is on the doorstep of La Defense business centre, and just 400 metres from public transport connections. The hotel is in the heart of the old town of Saint-Cloud but also c..
43 Boulevard De La Republique F - 92210 Saint-Cloud
The Hotel Best Western Villa Henri IV is located in the centre of Saint Cloud between Paris and Versailles. It offers free Wi-FI internet access and free public parking. This former bourgeois mansion provides peaceful accommodation with traditional..
2 bd République F - 92210 Saint-Cloud
21 r. d'Orléans F - 92210 Saint-Cloud
The chef stocks fine produce in his 'garde-manger' (pantry) and uses it to prepare delicious and trendsetting bistro cuisine. Trendsetting also describes the dining room, with its large blackboards, industrial lighting and modern counter.
47 bis bd Semard F - 92210 Saint-Cloud
A welcoming haven for food lovers! The chef loves to surprise with his delicious use of largely Creole spices and flavours. His collection of vintage brown rums is very interesting.