Planning to attend the Cup at Paris’s Stade de France in 2023? Looking for a place to stay to fully experience this sports event? Opt for one of our aparthotels at our Adagio residence!
Rugby: World Cup in 2023
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Stay in complete autonomy
Watch your series like at home
Have breakfast indoors or in your flat
Independent stays in fully equipped accommodation
Since independence and autonomy are the main criteria travellers look for, by choosing an aparthotel, you are sure to feel right at home and free from any constraints.
All of our apartments have a perfectly equipped kitchen, a comfortable sleeping area and the furniture is modular, so you can organise the space however you want. From studios for one or two people to apartments for up to six people, you’re sure to find the right apartment for you.
All the ingredients are there for you to enjoy a top quality stay that is completely independent. At some residences, you will find a fitness centre, an indoor swimming pool, a laundry room, a grocery shop, or a parking, but always unlimited WiFi access and a team that is available 24/7 if necessary.
Take time to discover Paris during your stay
Why not take time to discover, or rediscover, some of the best places to visit in the Paris during your stay for the 2023 Rugby World Cup? Museums, parks and gardens, must-see monuments, amusement parks, shopping sprees, cruises on the Seine and its canals – and many other activities await to leave you with lasting memories of your stay.
Museums to visit in Paris
If you’re a culture vulture or history aficionado, you will definitely be impressed by the array of museums in the City of Light. Uncover the many treasures at Musée Grévin, Centre Pompidou, Musée d’Orsay and, of course, the famous Louvre Museum.
Whether you are travelling solo, with family or friends, take some time during your stay to visit the best locations in Paris, such as The Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Palace of Versailles, Sacré-Coeur and Avenue des Champs Elysées; as well as must-see districts such as Le Marais, the Latin quarter and various arrondissements throughout the city that will satisfy lovers of nature, sport, culture, history, architecture, etc.
Activities you won’t want to miss!
Why not take time between Rugby World Cup matches – which will be held in Paris from Friday, 8 September to Saturday, 28 October 2023 – to enjoy some activities that you can’t do anywhere else? Whether it’s cruising the Seine and its canals as an alternative way to enjoy the capital’s most beautiful monuments, a guided tour of city and its districts by coach, tuk-tuk or even by bike, an outdoor treasure hunt as a fun and enjoyable way to uncover the secrets of Paris’s streets or a visit to the catacombs, the City of Light is packed with activities for the young and the young at heart!