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Printemps Haussmann

This Parisian temple of chic, glamour and dreams never stops reinventing itself, in a perpetual quest to better showcase French style and living and offer a unique shopping experience.
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Description

Set in the Opéra Garnier district, Printemps has, over the past 150 years, become one of the ultimate shopping references. Across three buildings (Fashion, Beauty & Men’s, Home & Children), the department store brings together luxury, homeware, fashion, the largest beauty department in the world, an entire floor dedicated to shoes, plus a food section that includes some of the biggest names in fine produce and gastronomy. The range on offer is vast.

Across its three stores on Boulevard Haussmann shoppers can find hundreds of luxury brands, from the biggest names to the latest, in-the-know designers. Labels include Dior, Chanel, Saint Laurent Paris, Hermès, Jérome Dreyfuss, Isabel Marant, Vanessa Bruno and Erès. From fashion to beauty, wedding lists, lingerie, accessories, perfumes and home decor, each department boasts a carefully curated selection of current and future trends.

Open every day

Today, Printemps is open 7 days a week, including Sundays. To make your shopping as pleasurable an experience as possible, customer service options include personal shoppers, a tailoring service, hands-free shopping and express delivery. If you come from abroad, you can take advantage of personalised services, such as a bilingual guide to help with your purchases, delivery to your hotel or home address anywhere in the world and tax refunds. Note that for a more intimate shopping experience, Printemps has opened a smaller store in the Carrousel du Louvre mall, specially dedicated to luxury products.

Parisian heritage

Built at the end of the 19th century, the visionary founders of the original Printemps building on Boulevard Haussmann wanted it to be a monument to be visited. So, the greatest artists of the era – including many who had worked on the Opéra Garnier and the Expositions Universelles – were employed to decorate it.

The result? Incredible design details, including an immense glass dome on the sixth floor of the Mode (Fashion) building, an Art Déco masterpiece that is now a listed historic monument. Recently renovated, the dome has regained all the luminosity of its original blue tint with touches of green. It caps the largest restaurant room in the capital, allowing visitors to enjoy a unique culinary and artistic experience in an atmosphere of understated elegance.

On the ninth floor of the Beauty & Men’s building, accessible by escalator or lift, the open terrace is of Paris’s most beautiful viewpoints, offering a 360° view over the city!

Community facilities

Access and contact

64 boulevard Haussmann
75009 Paris 9ème

Métro Havre Caumartin (lines 3, 9) Chaussée d’Antin - La Fayette (lines 7 et 8) Trinité d’Estienne d’Orves (line 12) Opéra (lines 3, 7, 8) Saint Lazare (lignes 3, 13, 14)

RER E Haussmann St Lazare RER A Auber

Bus : 20, 21, 22, 27, 29, 32, 53, 66, 81, 95

Days and opening hours

Every day throughout the year between 9.35 AM and 8 PM. Closed on Sunday. Closed exceptionally on May 1st. On sunday : 11am - 7pm

Night-time on thursday untill 8:45pm.

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Spoken languages

  • English
  • French
  • Chinese
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Arab

Documentation languages (home)

  • English
  • French
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