The creation of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is linked to the Marshall Plan. Following the Second World War and the economic ravages it entailed, the creation of an organization aiming to rebuild the European economies in the long term was paramount. Today it is a forum hosting 30 market democracies, representing 75% of world trade, and working together to address the economic, social and governance issues related to our economy. It also ensures an ethical and healthy line of conduct in the development of these economies.
The studies developed by this organization are considered one of the most trusted sources in the world and are reused by many organizations and governments. They enable them to evaluate their actions in the fields of economics, health, and education.
Thanks to its remarkable location, the hotel Trocadéro la Tour is ideally close to the OECD. The headquarters of this international organization of the economic study is indeed established within the magnificent Castle of Muette. The Trocadero la Tour hotel is therefore only a few steps away from the OECD and its exceptional setting and offers its guests genuine ease of access.
The Trocadero la Tour hotel has a special OECD rate. It will allow you to enjoy the comfort of our rooms at the comfort and elegance of Paris at the best price, just 10 minutes walk from the headquarters of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
Enjoy the benefits of this location close to the OECD to discover other places in Paris, such as the Trocadero Gardens, the Eiffel Tower or the Champs Elysees.
For all your trips, do not hesitate! Contact us directly to book your stay as part of your trip, and enjoy our best offer.

Happy New Year 2017

Happy New Year

All the team is joining me to wish a Happy New Year 2017

Thierry Dechaux

Hotel Manager



From 3 November 2016 to 12 February 2017, the “Anatomy of a collection” exhibition will be extended and will become “Anatomy of a collection – Part II” with a new display.

 From among all the corsets in the Museum’s storerooms, Anatomy of a Collection is presenting Marie-Antoinette’s; and from among all the blouses, one that belonged to a First World War nurse whose name has not come down to us… The Dauphin’s suit, Napoleon’s waistcoat, Empress Josephine’s dress, Castiglione’s blouse, Cléo de Mérode’s riding jacket, a worker’s trousers, George Sand’s dress, Sarah Bernhardt’s cape, a Zouave’s uniform, Mistinguett’s T-bar shoes, Gala Dali’s shoe-hat, a workman’s apron, Audrey Hepburn’s outfit, Elsa Schiaparelli’s overcoat, the Duchess of Windsor’s dress, a dress worn by Jacqueline Bouvier (Jackie Kennedy), and more… Two hundred items with or without pedigree, but identified with the people who wore them.

10 avenue Pierre Ier de Serbie 75116 Paris

Jade, from emperors to Art déco

From the emperors of China – great intercessors between Heaven and 4 Earth -, who considered it a natural jewel, up to Cartier and the leading London and New York jewellers who sublimated it in the 20th century in the Art Déco creations inspired by the Chinese taste, jade remains this eternal and mythical stone, an object of fascination and absolute power for the sovereign.
Some 330 exceptional pieces will be assembled for the first time in France, coming from 15 prestigious national and international institutions including the National Palace Museum, Taipei, which is lending almost a third of the works on display. A unique opportunity for the MNAAG to present this “beautiful stone”, “the image of goodness” for Confucius, and unfold the millennial history that, since the Neolithic Period up to the 1920s, has constantly pondered over its beauty, its virtue, its symbol and its prestige.

19 October 2016 – 16 January 2017

Musée national des arts asiatiques – Guimet : 6, place d’Iéna- 75116 Paris


European Heritage Days 2016

JDP 2016

Week-enf of September 17th & 18th

Find below our selection of closeby sites to discover

Fondation LE CORBUSIER – 10 square du Dr Blanche

Fondation LOUIS VUITTON – 8 av du Mahatma Gandhi

Maison de la Radio – 116 av du Président Kennedy

Please check opening times – do not hesitate to contact us for more informations.

Open Air Opera


Every summer, Opéra en plein air, or Open Air Opera, offers everyone the chance to relax and enjoy live opera outdoors. A well-known director puts on a great opera from the classical repertoire. This is then performed in open air settings, at prestigious sites such as the Hôtel National des Invalides in the centre of Paris.

After Mozart’s Don Giovanni, The MagicFlute, Verdi’s Aïda, Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, Verdi’s La Traviata the festival has chosen La Bohème by Giacomo Puccino for 2016.

From 6 September to 10 September 2016.

The Fountains Night Show in the Gardens of Versailles



Every Saturday from June 18 to September 17 2016.

When night falls, the gardens are transformed to offer a stunning visual and musical treat as fountains and groves come alive with colourful and dramatic lighting effects. This year once more, lighting and stage-effects artists will light up the gardens and display their surprising installations to the strollers: water features in the Mirror Fountain, lasers streaking across the dark in the Colonnade Grove and the fireworks display in front of the Grand Canal by the Groupe F to conclude the evening’s entertainment.


Summer Offer 2016


For all the booking made with this special offer between July 11th and August 31st 2016, we are pleased to offer you our Express Breakfast!

This rate included the room and our Express Breakfast to be taken at the hotel Bar.

No minimum stay, and cancellable following our conditions.


UEFA Euro 2016


WHAT : European Football Championship

WHEN :from June 10th to July 10th 2016

WHERE : Paris – Lyon – Marseille – Lens  – Bordeaux – Toulouse – Lille – Nice – St Etienne

Detailed Paris Matches for guests staying at BEST WESTERN PREMIER Trocadero La Tour

June 10th  at 9pm France Roumania
June 12th at 3pm Turkey Croatia
June 13th at 6pm Ireland Sweden
June 15th at 6pm Roumania Switzerland
June 16th  at 9pm Germany Poland
June 18th  at 9pm Portugal Austria
June 21st  at 9pm Northern Ireland Germany
June 22nd at 6pm Iceland Austria
June 25th at 6pm Winner B Third-place A/C/D
June 27th at 6pm Winner E Runner-up D
July 03rd  at 9pm Quarter final
July 10th  at 9pm Final


more info on www.uefa.fr

Room reservation on www.trocaderolatour.com

Roland Garros 2016 – French Tennis Open


from May 22nd to June 05th 2016

Direct metro access from La Muette – line 9 stop at Michel Ange Auteuil