SOURCE: Marriott International

Marriott International

September 26, 2013 17:14 ET

Brunch in Boulogne-Billancourt Celebrates Artistry in Both Food and Media

Demonstrating Good Taste in All Things, the Courtyard Paris Boulogne Combines a Tempting Weekly Brunch With a Monthly Art Exhibit

BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT, FRANCE--(Marketwired - Sep 26, 2013) - Few things can improve on a Sunday brunch. Sharing fresh eggs, fruit and pastries with family and friends feels like a well-deserved reward at the end of the week. But the Courtyard Paris Boulogne has hit upon perhaps the one thing that can make the experience even more satisfying: a celebration of the visual arts.

Light, bright and airy, the hotel's Oleo Pazzo has already established itself as one of the most appealing terrace restaurants in Boulogne-Billancourt. Its Mediterranean-inspired cuisine has earned a following among locals and visitors alike, but its creative approach to brunch draws people to Boulogne. Served each Sunday between noon and 3 p.m., the freshly prepared fare and contemporary dining room have the right sort of buzz that speaks to the weekend crowd.

On the first Sunday of each month, however, guests get a side dish of fine art along with their pancakes and bacon, because the Boulogne hotel collaborates with the Parisian art association Carre Sur Seine to create its Art Brunch. As guests savor the meal, they're invited to examine a curated selection of artworks and listen to the local artist speak about it. The artworks remain on view in the restaurant for a month.

High-brow entertainment gives way to a more lighthearted experience on the third Sunday of each month when this hotel in Paris-Boulogne puts on its Kids' Brunch. Taking over the dining room are animation, games and decorations that suit a new theme each month. The effect is at once enchanting for the under-12 set and mesmerizing for their young-at-heart companions.

The rest of the Sundays stick to the tried-and-true approach of classic brunches. And while the offerings may change week to week, the prices don't. Brunch runs 27EUR for adults, 15EUR for children and 42EUR for a Champagne brunch.

About Courtyard Paris Boulogne
Guests can discover the greener side of Paris at the Courtyard Paris Boulogne, which sits near the expansive Bois de Boulogne and verdant parkland. Of course, its proximity to a number of stadiums, including the Roland Garros Tennis Stadium (home of the International Tennis Open), makes it a natural choice for sporting and event enthusiasts. But the spacious guestrooms, plush bedding, high-speed Wi-Fi access and flat-screen televisions inspire visitors' eager to return to the hotel's new accommodations. Downtown Paris is just minutes away, but the views from the hotel's 114 Up on the Roof Bar are an even more dramatic way to experience the City of Light. Guests are invited to dine on property with buffet and continental breakfast options and the Mediterranean Oleo Pazzo, while Cent Quatorze Bar is the perfect place to unwind with friends -- or make new ones -- at the end of the day. Two conference rooms afford 1,399 sq. ft. of meeting space for business travelers, and the fitness center is the answer to all those crepes and pastries that are too mouthwatering to resist. Paris, it seems, looks even more beautiful from Boulogne.

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