Printemps (Hausmann) refers to one of Paris, France Top and major department stores which was created in 1865 by the visionary Jules Jaluzot and declared a listed historical monument.

With over 44 thousand meter devoted to luxury goods, fashion, glamour and things to dream about; 25 floors over 3 buildings; 1 million references and over 300 brands sold exclusively; a panoramic terrace with an exceptional view over Paris; with its magnificent Art Deco cupola, its Haussmanian facade and spectacular window displays, the Printemps Haussmann is a wonderful, unforgettable experience of the essence of chic and fashion and gives you the chance to find all the latest trends in fashion, luxury and decoration in a selection of the finest French and international brands all at one address. Printemps and fashion go together and the store reflects current trends and invents new concepts. In 2001, Printemps unveiled its new showcase for luxury goods, "Printemps du Luxe”, in 2003, it inaugurated the biggest Beauty space in the world, 2006 saw the opening of an entire floor of footwear, and a Food Hall, grouping together the 10 biggest brands in de luxe delicatessen and gastronomy. Printemps also offers seven (7) eating areas with a wide choice of cuisine, from coffee breaks to classic meals. For its international clientele, Printemps offers personalized services like accompanying bilingual shopping staff, delivery to hotels in Paris, dispatching of purchases throughout the world, reimbursement of the sales tax and acceptance of all foreign currencies at the cash desk. Printemps is open from Monday to Saturday from 9.35am to 7pm and on Thursday until 10pm.

Visit Printemps Hausmann at:
64, boulevard Haussmann
75009 PARIS
District : Opera / Grands boulevards

List of books: Printemps

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