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Hotel Adèle & Jules

Nestled in Paris’s fashionable 9th arrondissement close to the Grands Boulevards and down a private passageway, sits four-star boutique hotel Adèle & Jules. As the name suggests, the hotel is composed of two identical buildings, each...

According to a 2013 report by the International Dairy Federation, the average Frenchman/woman eats 25.9 kg of cheese each year – that’s almost half a kilo a week! So, following the sellout success of last...

Since the 1950s Scandinavia has been synonymous with cool, minimalist design, providing an alternative to the often cluttered architecture and interiors of mainland Europe. Arguably the best place in Paris to sample this way of...

The Bonjour Paris editorial team recently requested reader submissions with memories from first trips to Paris. We were overwhelmed with wonderful responses, which we are publishing in a special series. (Read other installments here.) Below, Valerie...

Thé à la Française at The Ritz Le Salon Proust, at the recently transformed Ritz Paris, is the chic address for tea created by chef patissier François Perret. The elegant booklined space - dedicated to the...

Horse-drawn carriage rides, twinkling lights, and a Christmas tree decorated in Baccarat crystal… There’s no place better to celebrate the holiday season than Parisian palace hotels like Le Bristol. But even if you missed...

If you have unlimited financial resources and fancy an extravagant but refined stay in Paris, you'll want to consider  the Pompadour Suite, which recently opened at Le Meurice, a palace hotel located across from the...
Photography featured in "Watercolor exhibit" by Henri Semidei

In Paris there is a seemingly endless list of museums and art galleries to discover and explore, but sometimes a smaller exhibit can be a welcome change of pace. Instead of a marathon trek...
The kitchens of the Ritz Paris

The Ritz Hotel Paris opened in 1898 by Swiss hotelier César Ritz in collaboration with legendary chef Auguste Escoffier. It was the first European hotel to provide en suite bathrooms, telephones and electricity in...
Le Méridien Etoile

When Air France first launched Le Méridien hotels in 1972, they created a big flagship property next to the Palais des Congrès convention center (Porte Maillot) in the 17th arrondissement. Now owned by Starwood, Le...
L'Hôtel, Paris

"Déjeuner deux fois par jour n’est pas une liberté mais votre droit," said Oscar Wilde who spent the last days of his life (circa 1900) eating lunch twice daily at L'Hôtel, the iconic Left...
Angelo Musa's grapefruit cheesecake

Calling all Paris pastry lovers. There's a new head Pâtissier at the at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, and he's creating some tasty treats as beautiful as bijoux. After the departure of Christophe Michalak, the celebrity chef and TV personality,...