Paris Department Stores

The department stores of Paris are the ultimate one-stop shopping destinations and each one is stocked with a tempting array of choices. Discover which department stores best suit your style!

Paris Department Stores

If you’re looking for a one-stop shopping spot, or a Parisian shopping extravaganza perfect for a rainy day, head to one of Paris’ famous department stores. Each one has a different style and feel, but one thing you can be sure of is a tempting array of choices! Email [email protected] to plan your Personal Shopping Adventures with our Travel Designers! In the meantime, here are the top Paris department stores you won’t want to miss during your stay in Paris.

Galeries Lafayette

For general shopping, this is the place to start in Paris. One of Paris’ most beautiful department stores, head to the center of the store for a stunning view of the glass dome and beautiful Art Nouveau design from 1912. If you’re looking for home décor, head to the Galeries Lafayette home store just across the street.

Tax-free Shopping: For purchases at Galeries Lafayette over 175.01 Euros, non-European Union members are entitled to a tax refund. Consult this page for more information. Paris Perfect tip: Go to the Welcome Desk at the front store to show them your passport (or photocopy) and ask for their 10% discount card, which is good in all departments. A little discount never hurts!

 
Website: www.galerieslafayette.com  (French only)
Telephone: +33 (0) 144 398 000
Address: 40, Blvd. Haussmann, 9th arrondissement
Métro: Chaussée d'Antin - Lafayette (Line 7,9), Opéra (Line 3,7,8), or Havre Caumartin (Line 3,9)
RER: Auber (Line A) or Haussmann St-Lazare (Line E)
Bus: Lines 20, 21, 22, 24, 26, 27, 29, 32, 43, 53, 66, 68, 91, 94, or 95
Opening Hours: Mon to Sat:  9:30 am to 08:30 pm; Sunday 11am to 08:30pm
In the Area: Paris Opéra Garnier, Printemps Shopping Mall, Gare St Lazare, Bourse, Drouot Antiques

Top Tip: Why not make the most of your time in the area and take a Guided tour inside the sublime Opera Garnier? Simply email [email protected] to inquire today.

Printemps

Located next to Galeries Lafayette, the shopping fun continues at Printemps. You’ll find more departments than in most U.S. department stores, and plenty to keep you shopping for a long time. With its new restaurant options from Detox Delight to the luxurious Ladurée, plus a seasonal rooftop to explore, our Restaurant Reservation service is available to help find the perfect pit-stop during your shopping spree. Email [email protected] to inquire.

Website: www.printemps.com
Telephone: +33 (0) 1 42 82 57 87
Address: 64, Blvd. Haussmann, 75009 Paris
Metro: Chaussée d'Antin - Lafayette (Line 7,9), Opéra (Line 3,7,8), or Havre Caumartin (Line 3,9)
RER: Auber (Line A) or Haussmann St-Lazare (Line E)
Bus: Lines 20, 21, 22, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 42, 43, 53, 66, 68, 80, 81, 94, 95
Opening Hours: Mon to Sat:  9:35 am to 8:00 pm; Thur: Open until 8:45pm; Sundays 11am-7pm.
In the Area: Madeleine, Galeries Lafayette, Gare St Lazare, Opéra Garnier

 

Le Bon Marché

Located in the best areas to shop on the Left Bank, Le Bon Marché was the first department store in the world, and inspired Emile Zola's Au bonheur des dames (The Ladies' Paradise). This upscale department store is located in the 7th arrondissement just a 20 minute walk from the Eiffel Tower and many of our Paris Perfect apartments. The store has been redone beautifully, and it’s a real gem! The fashion, whether home or personal, is cutting edge. With a hidden book store and café on the last floor everybody can find what suits them. It is the place to shop on the left bank.

Website: www.lebonmarche.fr
Telephone: +33 (0) 144 398 000
Address: 24 rue de Sevres
Metro: Sevres-Babylone (Line 10,12)
Opening Hours: Mon to Sat:  10 am to 8:00 pm; Thur: Open until 8:45pm; Sundays 11am-7:45pm.
In the Area: The Latin Quarter, Musée d'Orsay, Cafe Les Deux Magots, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Saint Sulpice and Montparnasse.

 

Le Grande Epicerie de Paris

This is the fabulous, gourmet food store just to the west of the main Le Bon Marché store, and you could easily spend hours here exploring the excellent foods – from French delicacies to exotic foods from all over the world. This is the perfect spot for finding gifts and surprises for food lovers back home.

Website: www.lagrandeepicerie.fr
Address: 38 rue de Sévers, 7th arrondissement
Métro: Sévres-Babylone (Line 10,12)
Opening Hours: Mon to Sat:  8:30 am to 9:00 pm; Sundays 10am to 8pm. 
In the Area: Food Market Raspail open Sundays 9am-3pm

Get inspired by taking a Cooking Class before you visit Le Grand Épicerie so you will be able to stock your fridge with the best produce for your newly learned recipes and be the chef in your very own Parisian home!

BHV

This massive department store is located next to the Hôtel de Ville (the beautiful town hall) in the 4th arrondissement near the Seine River and to our Place Dauphine apartments. The basement of BHV is famous for its hardware store, with every kind of French do-it-yourself item you would ever want, including bags of corks for making your wine, and pigeon spikes to keep birds off railings. On the fifth floor they have really neat handles, knobs, and door knobs — a lot of the items are reasonably priced. If you are thinking of remodeling anything, it is worth going, but bring your patience as it is difficult to navigate your way around and is known for its slightly frosty ‘French Service’. The BHV is really great for those extra Christmas and other seasonal gifts. If you are visiting over the Holidays check out our section of Seasonal Tours and Activities that we have to offer.

Website: www.bhv.fr (French only)
Address: 14 rue du Temple, 4th arrondissement
Métro: Hotel de Ville (Line 1, 11)
Bus: Line 69
Opening Hours: Mon to Sat:  9:30 am to 8:00 pm; Sundays 11am to 8:00 pm.
In the Area: Hotel de Ville, Saint-Chapelle, Notre Dame, Le Marais

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