Leisure-time at the Résidence Paris Asnières

You will appreciate the equipment available at all times in places such as the Nautilus , so called for its marine atmosphere, notably the fitness room with exercise bike, multifunction apparatus and treadmill. There is also an area with internet, television and free soft drinks..


  • Sports city

The city of Asnières provides a large variety of sports facilities with about ten gymnasiums, six sports stadiums, one shooting range and two tennis clubs. A swimming pool and an Olympic-size ice skating rink are together in a large sports complex known as the Centre de Courtilles at the north of the town. The addresses and opening times of all sports centres are available on the Asnières website under “Sport”…

  • Places of interest

Asnières has a rich historic heritage. The Castle with its architecture of the 18th century is well worth a visit. The Town Hall is a good example of the pomp of republican architecture which developed in 1895. The Vuitton Museum is another interesting place to visit at Asnières-sur-Seine. In fact, Louis Vuitton came to Asnières in 1860 where he built a house and his first workshops. The famous Vuitton Fashion House with its great success began there. Take a look at the amazing dog cemetery known for being the oldest animal cemetery in the world…

  • Cultural town

In Asnières, there are two theatres with a wide choice of shows to suit everybody’s tastes: plays, ballets, concerts….

The Armande Béjart Theatre
16, place de l’Hôtel de Ville
(Tél : 01 41 11 14 58)

The Studio Theatre
3, rue Edmond Fantin(01 47 90 95 33)
The Alcazar is a four-screen cinema with more than 120 sessions a week, films on general release, as well as art films.
The Alcazar cinema:1, rue de la station(programmes 08 92 68 81 13)…


Situated near Paris, the Aparthotel enables you to take advantage of the wide range of tourist attractions and cultural events that take place in the capital. Being so close gives everyone the chance to discover Paris, its monuments, its exhibitions, its shows and the wealth and splendor of the Parisian way of life.