The Jardin de Villiers hotel is located in the heart of the 17th district of Paris, just a few minutes from the New Palace of Justice in Paris.
Our 3-star hotel, located in the Batignolles district, has a particularly attractive location for all those involved in the Paris judicial system.
An unprecedented architectural project
Originally located in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, the Palais de Justice de Paris occupied 4 hectares on the Ile de la Cité. This courthouse brought together the Tribunal de Grande Instance (TGI), the Court of Appeal and the Court of Cassation of Paris.
This Palace was adjacent to the famous 36 Quai de Orfèvres but also to the Prefecture of Police and the Commercial Court of Paris.
In short, the Island brought together the summits of the capital's executive and judicial decision-making bodies. The services were overcrowded and the place ran out drastically ...
Since April 2018, the New Palace of Justice in Paris has entered into operation. It takes the form of an almost pyramidal tower, an impressive skyscraper, rising to more than 160 meters high. It brings together the 20 district courts, merged into a single administration, the Police Court, the Social Security Affairs Court and the Court of First Instance.
Built by the famous architect Renzo Piano, it is the second tallest building in the capital after the Montparnasse Tower. It is located Porte de Clichy, on the edge of Boulevard Périphérique.
Reach the new Palais de Justice in Paris, from the Jardin de Villiers hotel
Our hotel, located in the center of the 17th arrondissement of Paris, is only a few minutes from the Nouveau Palais de Justice. To get there :
On foot, only 20 minutes are necessary
- Exit the hotel and turn right towards rue Legendre, then immediately left onto Salneuve,
- then you will see rue de Saussure, which you will have to take on the right,
- continue on rue Tarbé for approximately 110 meters, then continue on rue Jouffroy d´Abbans for around twenty meters,
- slightly on your left, you will quickly take rue Cardinet, which you will have to follow for 500 meters,
- Finally, you will come across Avenue de Clichy, which you will have to take on the left, for 400 meters, to reach Porte de Clichy.