Every May, directors, producers, critics, and actors vie for rooms at Hotel Martinez, the premier address in Cannes, France.
French hoteliers Jocelyne and Jean-Louis Sibuet converted four 14th-century buildings into this stylish retreat in Lyon, the second-largest city in France.
The site of the original Cannes Film Festival has received an extensive renovation—to the tune of $51 million.
Following a $98.5 million renovation that began in November 2007, the Hôtel Majestic Barrière in Cannes finally reopened its doors last month.
Hôtel Le Bristol occupies an enviable position among Paris’ palace hotels.
If God lives in Italy, then he vacations in the south of France—or so the Provençals say.
The Hotel de Charme Les Airelles in Courchevel, France, unveils its latest escape from the cold this winter: a nine-bedroom, five-floor private chalet, located less than 20 feet from the Bellecôte
The makers of Louis XIII cognac have opened their elusive doors to the public, offering visitors access to the Rémy Martin private estate and cellar in the Cognac region of France
Some 450 miles east of Château Cheval Blanc, the Saint-Émilion producer of one of France’s most celebrated wines, is Bernard Arnault’s other Cheval Blanc.
The new La Réserve Ramatuelle resort offers a six-day antiaging program that promotes a youthful glow and a sense of well-being—traits one could ascribe to the property itself.
By the time a South African couple purchased Le Cap Estel in 2000, the resort had slipped in rank on the status-conscious Côte d’Azur.
Swimming Pool: Hôtel du Cap Eden-Roc
Regent Hotels & Resorts plans to open a total of 10 new properties by 2011.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the opening of Amanpuri, the Phuket hideaway that eventually became the flagship of Amanresorts.
The 99-room Mandarin Oriental, Prague (+420.233.088.888, www.mandarinoriental.com) sits in the heart of the Czech ci
At Paris’ Hôtel de Crillon (+188.8.131.52.01, www.crillon.com), the elephant in the room cannot be ignored.
“James Bond stopped by the other day,” begins bartender Colin Field. “I asked him if I could please make him my vodkatini, which is neither shaken nor stirred.”
Up ahead, the vista widened as the canal opened into Burgundy’s Saône River. “Gently, monsieur. Gently,” the pilot advised as he surrendered the helm to his passenger, who nodded.
Dawn was just breaking over the Paris skyline as my limousine moved down the Champs-Elysées and turned onto a quiet, tree-lined side street before slowing to a stop in front of an elegant, white s
Golf in France? Mais oui! In fact, the game has been expanding rapidly throughout the république in the last decade or two.
The cycling tour designed by Discover France (800.960.2221, www.bikingfrance.com) replicates the storied stages of the Tour de France at
Monaco's Villa La Vigie, which at various times was home to Karl Lagerfeld and to Princess Caroline, is now available for weekly, monthly, or year-round rental.
True romantics everywhere will swoon over Perrier-Jouët’s romp through France and Italy.
Several years ago, New York architect and interior designer Carlos Aparicio, accompanied by one of his clients, visited a Paris furniture gallery, where they saw the hanging fixture of the client’
Ever since its opening in 1911, the Hôtel Plaza Athénée has been considered the epitome of understated elegance. Now, after a hugely successful renovation, the hotel fairly glitters.
In the world of the Parisian sidewalk café, where rudeness is no more remarkable than cracks in the pavement, Jean Francois, the waiter at La Palette on the rue de Seine in St-Germain, looms as a