This hôtel particulier was built at the end of the 19th century and remodeled by Stéphane Boudin in the 1950s for Mona Bismarck. The windows, woodwork, and structural details retain the elegance of its origins.
Mona Bismarck was a philanthropist, a beautiful, wealthy woman who divided her time among residences in New York, Paris, Palm Beach, and Capri. Her legacy lives on in this museum just across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower with its art exhibitions. You can even have a party in the ornate premier étage salons with an unobstructed view of the Tower.