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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and Paris’s hotels are all dressed up for the holiday season. Here’s our pick of where to go to see some of the most beautiful Christmas...

The first Yule log cakes appeared in 1879, and since then no French Christmas table is complete without the iconic Christmas dessert. Here we dive into the best offerings of the season. Want more...

Michael Jackson: On the Wall is an homage to one of the biggest cultural influencers of the 20th century. According to the website Michael Jackson Sightings, the great artist is alive and well and living...

"There’s no sentence more exciting in the English language than 'where shall we go for dinner?' " --AA Gill (1954-2016) Le Train Bleu Have you noticed that top toques have adopted or been adopted by @SNCF...

From the day it was completed in 1889 as the entrance to the World’s Fair, the Iron Lady showcases the beating heart of the city. “I ought to be jealous of the Tower, she is...
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On the 5th and 6th floors of a classic Haussmannian building in the 8th arrondissement (Saint-Augustin), this is a rare apartment of 5 rooms and 118 sqm Carrez law in perfect condition. On the...

As many of us start to make the move towards a more eco-conscious lifestyle, the Four Seasons Hotel George V has also decided to play its part, developing its very own sustainable Kitchen Garden...

“A walk in Paris will provide lessons in history, beauty, and the point of life.”-- Thomas Jefferson Le Taillevent Taillevent is named in homage to the first French cookbook, written by Guillame Tirel-- whose nickname was...

It’s fabulous FIAC time again. And, cherry on the gâteau, avenue Winston Churchill becomes a pedestrian only space for the duration of the show. Since 1979, FIAC (Foire International de l’Art Contemporain) has been an...

Here’s what some of Paris’s fabulous hotels have on their calendars to kick off the new season. Hôtel de Crillon As if you needed an excuse to head over to the Place de la Concorde and take tea...

The Petit Palais is always a good idea. Constructed for the Exposition Universelle of 1900, the building is an architectural masterpiece of frescoes, marble mosaics and a lush courtyard garden. (Not to mention that...

Hidden behind a private courtyard in the 8eme, just a short walk from Opera Garnier, La Madeleine, and the grands magasins, is the latest five-star hotel to open its doors in Paris, the Hotel...