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Holding a glass of champagne and nibbling on a madeleine, I looked out across Boulevard Malesherbes to the Morris column which young Marcel Proust in his In Search of Lost Time consulted every morning...

Summer has finally hit Paris, and with full force! Here are our top 10 hotel terraces where you can stay cool and soak up a summery vibe. Hôtel Barrière Le Fouquet’s Joy at Hôtel Barrière Le Fouquet’s has...

Le Club Etchebest The vibe here is plush 1930s private members club. Take a window seat in a vintage leather armchair; the Seine sparkles, the Pont Alexandre III is majestic, and the Eiffel Tower shimmers...

The Champs-Elysées is the most famous avenue in the world, but the film festival named after it has a challenging job competing for attention with festivals in Cannes and other European countries. The Champs-Elysées...

Paris has two remarkable and unusual pagodas. Curiously, neither was built as a sanctuary or shrine. On the outside, one is bold and conspicuous while the other is discreet and hidden in a thick...

Architect and interior designer Jean-Philippe Nuel has a portfolio which includes well-known Parisian hotels such as Le Cinq Codet, the Molitor, and Melia La Defense. Now he has recently unveiled his latest project, La...

The new year marks an important one for renowned chef Eric Frechon, who celebrates not only his 20th year at Le Bristol Paris, but also 10 years of holding three Michelin stars at the...

Prepare to be dazzled by one of the most spectacular and iconic Parisian cabaret performances in the French capital. With just the right amount of brazenness, a dash of humor and no lack of...

Did you ever hear the one about the daughter of a mobster who opened a restaurant in Paris? No? Well, it’s not a joke so much as it is real life. Lucia Riina, daughter of...

Hotel Bowmann is one of the newest additions to Paris’s boutique hotel scene. Located in the 8th arrondissement near many of the city’s art galleries and grand magasins, the hotel aims to offer guests...

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...