HÔTEL ALPHA, 26 rue Emile Landrin 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt France Tel: +33 146058051 Email: hotel@alpha-paris-hotel.fr

Access :


Marcel Sembat Station (line 9): 2 minutes walk from the Hotel Alpha.

Direct line to the stations Trocadéro (Eiffel Tower), Franklin Roosevelt (Champs-Elysées), Havre-Caumartin (Department Stores), Grands Boulevards, République or Nation.


Stop Marcel Sembat: 2 minutes walk from the Hotel Alpha.

  • Line 123: Direct line to the station Issy Plaine (RER C), Roland Garros Stadium.
  • Line 175: Direct line to the station Porte de Saint Cloud.
  • Line 126: Direct line to the station Issy Plaine (RER C) and Porte d’Orléans.


Issy Plaine Station: Direct line to the stations Château de Versailles, Saint-Michel (Notre-Dame Cathedral), Orsay Museum, Champs de Mars (Eiffel Tower), Pont de l’Alma or Invalides.


Marcel Sembat Taxi Station: 2 minutes walk from the Hotel Alpha.


  • From Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport

RER B direction Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse or Robinson to Gare du Nord stations > Metro line 4 direction Mairie de Montrouge to Strasbourg Saint Denis station > Metro line 9 direction Pont de Sèvres to Marcel Sembat station.

  • From Orly Airport

Bus Orly Val' to Denfert Rochereau station > Metro line 6 direction Charles de Gaulle Etoile to Trocadéro station > Metro line 9 direction Pont de Sèvres to Marcel Sembat station.

  • Air France Bus

The Air France Bus Company can also drop you off to Paris. For more informations you can go to their websitehttp://en.lebusdirect.com


26 rue Emile Landrin
92100 Boulogne-Billancourt France

Tel: +33 146058051
Email: hotel@alpha-paris-hotel.fr

Restaurants :

We are delighted to share with you some of our favorite places to eat around the Hotel Alpha. 

  • La Plantxa : Creative "bistro cuisine" within a street art atmosphere. The talented Colombian Chief Juan Arbeluaez worked with Michelin starred French Chefs such as Pierre Gagnaire *** or Eric Briffard ** at the Georges V. He became famous thanks to the well known French TV Show TopChef. The menu changes everyday, depending on the market fresh products and the Chef fancies in the morning. 58 rue Gallieni, Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • 750g : 750g La Table was born out of the culinary French website 750g.com. The restaurant in Boulogne offers a casual and friendly atmosphere. The Chef Damien serves a simple, but not simplistic, cuisine thanks to local and seasonal products. You will have the opportunity to get recipe sheets when you leave, a wink to the website at the root of the restaurant. 98 avenue Edouard Vaillant - 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • Shiki : Out of the beaten track restaurant with traditional Japanese meals. In addition to the delicious sushis, do not hesitate to ask for other specialties. 53 rue Gallieni, Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • Chez Madeleine : One of the best Lebanese restaurants in Paris. You will feel at home and will be welcome by Madeleine herself, the Lebanese Chef. Delicious traditional dishes and mezzés. 39 rue de Paris, Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • MaSa : One star and gastronomic restaurant by Chef Hervé Rodriguez. The place offers a smart atmosphere and outdoor dining settings on a green terrace. 112 avenue Victor Hugo, Boulogne-Billancourt.

You will find plenty of great restaurants and dining options in Boulogne-Billancourt : from fast food to gastronomic restaurants, from French Cuisine to Japanese, Brasilian or Lebanese places or many other different nationalities! Every taste will be satisfied.

Feel free to ask for more details at the hotel front desk.

  • Mon Bistrot : This restaurant is one of the best restaurants in Boulogne. The Chef Yann Roncier serves great traditional cuisine with top ingredients, in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Renowned for his creativity, the Chef offers original wines and a very good meat selection from Argentina. 33 rue Marcel Dassault, Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • Le Bistrot de la Ferme : Traditional French restaurant - brewery - brunch - terrasse. Delicious homemade and fresh Cuisine. Warm and friendly atmosphere. 170 rue du Vieux Pont de Sèvres, Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • La Table de Cybèle : Original and delicious French Cuisine prepared with fresh ingredients delivered daily by local suppliers. 38 rue de Meudon, Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • La Guingette Boulogne : Traditional French Cuisine served on a nice comfortable terrace. 4 rue Yves Kermen, Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • Le Café de l'Industrie : Authentic menu with southwestern touches, prepared exclusively from daily market products. Simple and generous Cuisine, served in a bright restaurant with a large terrace. 46 avenue Pierre Lefaucheur, Boulogne-Billancourt.

Let yourself be surprised by the various culinary addresses of Boulogne-Billancourt!

The Neighbourhood :

The culture spots in Boulogne-Billancourt are quite unknown but still very interesting, the staff of Hotel Alpha is pleased to share with you their best addresses :

  • The Museum of the 1930s : A unique place, allowing us to travel in an exceptional era through wonderful collections and artifacts, including the original model of the Christ Redeemer statue, Mount Corcovado, Rio. The Roaring Twenties, Art Deco, and Modernism are famous movements you will have the pleasure to discover and follow throughout the museum. 28 street André-Morizet 92100 Boulogne Billancourt - Metro station : Marcel Sembat. Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 6pm. Closed on Mondays and during public holidays.
  • The Albert Khan Museum and Gardens :  A collection of seven landscaped gardens that evoks the four corners of the world and presents the archives of the Planet (largest collection). 10 street du Port 92100 Boulogne Billancourt - Metro station: Pont de Saint Cloud. Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 6pm from the 1st of October to the 30th of April and from 11am to 7pm from the 1st of May to the 30th of September. Closed on Mondays and during public holidays.
  • The Renault Museum : To discover the history of Renault cars. 27 rue des Abondances 92100 Boulogne Billancourt - Metro station: Porte de Saint Cloud. Open from Tuesday to Thursday from 2pm to 6pm. Closed in August. Need to book in advance for groups from 10 to 40 persons.
  • The Belmondo Museum : Museum dedicated to the works of the sculptor Paul Belmondo and figurative sculpture of the Twentieth Century. 14 street Abreuvoir 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt - Métro Saint Cloud. Open from Tuesday to Friday from 2pm to 6pm and Saturday to Sunday from 11am to 6pm. Closed on Mondays and during public holidays.

Boulogne-Billancourt is located on the West side of Paris. The city is one the major economic center of the Ile de France area. The city benefits from the most important architectural legacy of the 1930s in France.

Shopping :

Shopping in the neighborhood of the Hotel Alpha :

  • Located a few minutes walk from the shopping center Les Passages offers many shops such as Zara, Zadig & Voltaire, Levi's, GAP, Mango and a cinema. 5 rue Tony Garnier 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • The Street Jean Jaurès is perfect for "window shopping".
  • Do not hesitate to visit Head, our partner shop for sports shopping. More information on: http://www.head.com/fr/store-locator/

Sports - The hotel is close to the main stadiums of the capital :

  • Roland Garros Stadium
  • Parc des Princes Stadium
  • Pierre de Coubertin Stadium

Do not miss the famous department stores of the Fashion Capital

  • Printemps and Galeries Lafayette : both include the biggest names for Fashion, Beauty, Home. Your journey is direct with metro from the stop Marcel Sembat (line 9) to Chaussee d'Antin Lafayette. Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris.

More shopping :

  • Le Bon Marche : luxurious department store located Left Bank and the Grande Epicerie de Paris, where you can find exceptional food products. 24 rue de Sèvres, 75007 Paris.
  • Avenue Montaigne : For viewing pleasure.
  • Food Markets : Poncelets, Lévis, Daguerre Montorgueil... Meet the artisans and their specialties.

You will undoubtly find what you need in terms of shopping between Boulogne-Billancourt and Paris!

Parisian attractions :

  • The Eiffel Tower : The "Iron Lady" of Paris was built for the 1889 World's Fair, which commemorated the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. The Tower is 350 metres tall. Admission (lift to the second floor): €9 for adults, €5.30 for children under 12. Open from: 1 January - 13 June: Daily from 9:30 am to 11:00 pm. (for athletic types, the stairways are open from 9:30 am, to 6:00 pm); 14 June - 31 August: Daily from 9:00 am to midnight.
  • Notre Dame de Paris : Construction began in the year 1163, and was completed 200 years later, around 1345. The cathedral can accommodate over 6,000 worshipers. Admission is free, of course, but if you want to climb the tower, it will cost €6. The architects had not installed an elevator, so people with heart problems should abstain from taking the path of heaven ... Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. daily. Guide tours: 9:30 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. daily. Masses: 8:00, 9:00, noon, 6:45 p.m.

Do not miss "Our Lady of Paris" on the Île de la Cité : one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture, and one of the largest and most well-known church buildings in the world.

Parisian monuments :

  • The Champs ElyséesOnly the Champs Elysees section from the "Place de la Concorde" to the "Grand Palais" deserves its nickname of "most beautiful avenue in the world". The rest of the avenue is lined with shops and restaurants. Try the side streets. Do not forget to visit the Arc de Triomphe at the top of the avenue, built in the mid-eighteenth century to commemorate Napoleon's victories. Admission is €6, free for children under 12 years. Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily from April to October, and 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. every day from November to March.
  • The Invalides : the construction of the hospice began in 1671 by the order of Louis XIV, who wanted to house indigent soldiers and seriously wounded French military veterans. The initial work was quickly completed, but a church was added soon after. The work took a total of thirty years! You can visit the church, several museums and the tomb of Napoleon I, whose body was brought back from St. Helena island in 1830. The admission fee is 6 euros, but is free for children under 12. Open from October to March - from 10:00 am to 4:45 pm and from April to September from 10:00 am to 5:45 pm.  

Discover THE Parisian high spot : the Great Champs-Elysées... with its shops, restaurants and hotels, you will not get bored! 

Parisian hotspots :

  • Sainte Chapelle : Located on the Ile de la Cité within the Palais de Justice, this gothic building was built under the reign of Saint Louis. The works began in 1240 to house relics from Christ's Crown of Thorns and some pieces of the Holy Cross. This remarkable church includes beautiful stained glass windows of impressive size. The admission fee is approximately 6 euros. Open everyday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
  • Place des Vosges : Henri IV ordered the construction of this famous square, which was not completed until 1612. Initially called the "Place Royale", it was renamed "Place des Vosges" by Napoleon I, who wanted to honour the residents of the department of Vosges for their prompt tax payments! The square is notable for its style. It is enclosed by 36 buildings which date from its construction and for its shops and small park. In the centre of which stands a statue of Louis XIII. The square is the ideal departure point for a walk in the Marais, one of the most charming historic neighbourhoods in the capital, with its rich heritage and special atmosphere. The many mansions of the 17th and 18th centuries have been transformed into internationally renowned museums: Musée Picasso Paris, Musée Carnavalet, the house of Victor Hugo museum... The Rue des Rosiers, the epicentre of the Parisian Jewish community, is well worth discovering for its atmosphere, its shops and its restaurants.

The Place des Vosges is the oldest planned square in Paris and one of the most beautiful in the city. It is located in the charming Marais district. It was a fashionable and expensive square during the 17th and 18th centuries, and was one of the reasons Le Marais become so fashionable for the Parisian nobility! Nowadays, do not hesitate to stroll under the arches or along the paths of the central garden, taking time to admire the beautiful facades of red brick.