Where to go shopping in the 9th arrondissement of Paris?

Where to go shopping in the 9th arrondissement of Paris?

December 8th, 2023

The most difficult thing when you want to go shopping in Paris is to choose a specific neighborhood or district for your shopping, as there are so many beautiful boutiques everywhere in the capital. So, to help you not get lost, the Cadet Résidence has listed for you the shopping places in the 9th arrondissement , a stone’s throw from the hotel.

Le Passage du Havre shopping center

Located opposite the Saint Lazare station, in the 9th arrondissement, Passage du Havre is a shopping center which was opened in 1990, before being renovated in 2012. This shopping gallery now has 40 stores , open 7 days a week from Monday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. (until 8:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday), and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

At Passage du Havre, we find all the stores necessary to satisfy the slightest desire: clothing store, shoe boutique, fashion brand… Among the biggest references, we note the FNAC, spread over 3 floors, but also Nature & Découvertes, Sephora, Fossil…

And if window shopping leaves you feeling a bit peckish, the shopping arcade also has food outlets. You can then enjoy a treat on the terrace or in the wooded garden.

Good to know: Passage du Havre refers to rue du Havre, a small lane a stone’s throw from the shopping center.

Shopping at Galeries Lafayette

In the Grands Boulevards district , Boulevard Haussmann is a must for shopping lovers. There are prestigious brands there, including department stores, such as Galeries Lafayette .

Spread over 3 buildings, the main one of which is inspired by Art Nouveau decor, this immense Parisian shopping center catches the eye with its large dome and stained glass windows. But it is above all the interior that fascinates visitors, since there is a monumental triple staircase and hundreds of shops.

Over 7 floors and 45,000 m² , more than 3,500 brands are accessible 7 days a week, and for all budgets. From ready-to-wear for men, women and children to jewelry, jewelry to leather goods, toys to luxury fashion, this shopping center in the 9th arrondissement is a bargain paradise. Gourmets will also find what they are looking for here, thanks to the numerous delicatessen stores and restaurants.

Shopping at Printemps Haussmann

We cannot talk about Galeries Lafayette without mentioning Printemps Haussmann . Another hot spot for Parisian shopping, this shopping center in the 9th arrondissement is an invitation to glamor and chic.

In the Opéra district and the Grands Boulevards district, Printemps is a reference for beauty, fashion and luxury. Hundreds of brands, from the most popular to the most luxurious, are spread across the 3 9-story buildings : perfumery, jewelry, leather goods, lingerie, shoes, beauty…

Open 7 days a week, Printemps Haussmann is also an architectural gem, particularly renowned for its 4 corner rotundas, where we find the name of the prestigious store. There are also statues of the four seasons. Inside, the immense dome offers breathtaking light during each shopping session and highlights the monumental central staircase.

Anecdote: Printemps Haussmann was the first department store entirely lit by electricity.The stores in the 9th arrondissement of Paris are both a Mecca for Parisian shopping and rich historical sites. To get good deals or to admire the place, go to the Grands Boulevards district, in the immediate vicinity of the Cadet Résidence.

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