Every Wednesday, the pastry chef for the Shangri-La Hotel, Paris, will create a dessert inspired by an art exhibit on display in the city to serve during tea (about $68 per person
The celebrated Parisian hotel Le Bristol unveiled its newly renovated garden, offering guests a peaceful refuge in the city.
For the month of February, the Mandarin Oriental, Paris, is offering a “Love in Paris” lovers’ retreat.
The Parisian hotel Le Meurice has unveiled three newly redesigned presidential suites, including the Dalí apartment, where the artist Salvador Dalí resided for at least one month
Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris opened Viñales Club, a private cigar club named after the Cuban tobacco region.
Location is not everything at Mandarin Oriental, Paris (+220.127.116.11.78.88, www.mandarinoriental.com)
Attention, Francophiles: Travcoa has created an experiential tour of France catering especially to foodies and fashionistas.
Hop from the city to the beach with Hotel Fouquet’s Barrière and its new Fly Me to Deauville package.
Squeezed in among Hermès, Lanvin, and Yves Saint Laurent storefronts, the Mandarin Oriental, Paris, made its debut on the narrow shopping street of rue Saint-Honoré in June.
Renowned Parisian Hôtel Le Bristol, established in 1925, is putting the finishing touches on a $33 million renovation that includes an expansive new spa, a redesign of its signatu
Tourists have a new way to see Paris: cruising the streets in an Aston Martin.
Prince Roland Bonaparte, grandnephew of Napoléon I, built the Palais Iéna as his Parisian home in the late 19th century.
On select dates from April 9 through October 22, Orient-Express and the National Gallery, London will team up to offer unique excursions titled The Art of Travel.
Just before the turn of the 20th century, Prince Roland Bonaparte, a grandnephew of Napoléon I, constructed a grand family residence just across the Seine River from the then-new Eiffel
Le Royal Monceau in Paris has been a rendezvous for artists and writers since the hotel opened in 1928.
Hôtel Le Bristol occupies an enviable position among Paris’ palace hotels.
Parisians have a term—les palais, or the palaces—for their city’s finest hotels.
Swimming Pool: Hôtel du Cap Eden-Roc
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 (+18.104.22.168.01, 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.”
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
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