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Hotel Molitor Paris

You’d be hard-pressed to find a more memorable setting for an overnight stay in Paris. Say the word “Molitor” and Parisians will spin tales of bronzed bodies frolicking in the summer sun. The Art...
Restaurant Pages, Paris

BP take: When Pages first opened in the 16th arrondissement in Fall 2014, the city’s esteemed food critics unanimously clamored, "the sensation of la rentrée!" Not far from the avenue Kléber and the Arc de...
La Terrace Peyrassol chez Monsieur Bleu

La Commanderie de Peyrassol, the famous Var vineyard, is spending the summer on Monsieur Bleu’s terrace, making it "the place to be." Overlooking the Seine and the Eiffel Tower, located behind Avenue President Wilson, Musée...

“Better to be deprived of food for three days, than tea for one” - Chinese Proverb Recently, Guillaume Leleu, the self-styled “Impertinent Parisian” and creator of Théodor teas, designed an ephemeral garden at the Palais...

The palatial 19th-century mansion built for Prince Roland Bonaparte has been completely restored and renovated—the original reception rooms, ballroom and private apartments are listed as historic monuments; above them, the 54 rooms and 27...

Just off the Avenue Victor Hugo and not far from the Champs-Elysées, the hotel was completely renovated in 2008. Popular with French visitors to Paris, it offers 39 large, elegantly decorated rooms with Pierre...

Bed and Breakfast. From €190 per night 6 ave Georges Mandel, Paris 75016. Tel: 01 42 27 27 93. www.naturelei.com

In a residential area of the 16th, a hotel in a 1892 private mansion, with 48 large rooms and suites—plus a pair of three-story apartments—redesigned in 2010 in an eccentric style christened “crazy chic”....
Aux Pres, Paris

''Brunch is cheerful, sociable and inciting. It puts you in a good temper, sweeps away the worries and cobwebs of the week.''-- Guy Beringer, Hunter’s Weekly 1895. Looking for a great spot for brunch in...

Since the 18th century France has been the leader of the fashion world for the wealthy, fashionably-dressed throughout Europe and the US. Cut off from France during the Napoleonic Wars, the English hurried back...

The 16th means many things to different people. Luxury. Aristocracy. Legacy. Les biens élévés. Innate elegance. Trust-fund kids. Home. Escape. The neighbourhoods of the 16th are elegant, wealthy and conservative, with numerous stately art museums,...

As we round the corner into the 16th we see where the wealthy like to hang their hat and we run into a park—the Bois de Boulogne—that is more than twice as big as...