With exquisite cuisine, chic boutiques, flagship haute couture houses and priceless artistic treasures nestled amongst architectural icons, Paris remains at the forefront of international trends. Enticing patisseries, boulangeries, and fromageries offer glorious food while discovering Paris, The City of Love...The City of Lights, and its many splendid treasures.
The Small List
- Ritz Paris - As glorious as ever, restored to its original splendor, this iconic and legendary luxury hotel is a favorite destination among the famous and powerful with absolute sophistication, opulence, and tranquility. Every moment is perfect bliss.
- Hemingway Bar - A visit to the famed Hemingway Bar, a warm, little, intimate alcove in the Ritz Paris, is always a good idea. The most popular cocktail is the Serendipity—created by the head bartender in 1994, is a tall glass, fresh mint, sugar, clarified apple juice, calvados, ice, and Champagne. France in a glass!
- Hôtel Costes - A den of opulence, dedicated to detail and intimacy is best known for its bar and courtyard café. Hotel, restaurant, bar, spa, perfumes, music and roses on the rue Saint-Honoré…the most talked about spot in Paris!
- Buddha Bar Paris - This restaurant-bar-lounge, located on the ultra-chic Faubourg St Honoré, rapidly became a see and be seen hotspot in the French capital with three levels built around a monumental Buddha. The Pacific Rim menu with Pan-Asian, Californian and European influences, combines fresh products, subtle flavors and spices from around the world.
- Café Marly - A chic and contemporary brasserie with a superb terrace nestled under the arcades of the Louvre museum, facing the pyramid of Peï. A menu that brings together the great French tradition and dishes of Italian and Asian influences.
- Champs Élysée - One of the world’s most famous and beautiful tree lined avenues with a series of stylish cafés, luxury shops, and restaurants. A symbol of Paris stretching from the Place de la Concord to the Arc de Triomphe.
- Tuileries Garden - Originally intended for the exclusive use of the royal family and court, it was opened to “respectable” folks as a place for strolling under the reign of Louis XIV. During the French Revolution the general public could finally enjoy the new “national” garden…very formal and very French. Enjoy a stroll in the Tuileries while taking in the open air sculpture museum.
- Eiffel Tower - As France’s symbol in the world, and the showcase of Paris as glorious as ever, a visit to the Eiffel Tower is an absolute must. Originally intended as a temporary exhibit, its construction in 2 years, 2 months and 5 days was a veritable technical and architectural achievement. A permanent feature of the Paris skyline, the Eiffel Tower has 2 of the most breathtaking restaurants Paris has to offer. A feast for your taste buds is accompanied by a feast for the eyes.
- Champagne Bar Eiffel Tower - Nestled into the very structure of the Tower, the bar offers rosé and white champagne. An elegant and festive way to toast a sensational experience at the top of the Tower!
- The Westin Paris - Vendôme - Close to the Louvre Museum and the Place Vendôme offering stunning views over the Eiffel Tower and the Tuileries Garden, the world class Westin Paris - Vendôme combines Parisian chic with modern design.
- The Louvre Museum - One of the world’s finest and largest museums (with hundreds of thousands of classic and modern masterpieces spread across more than 650,000 square feet of gallery space), the Louvre was a symbol of the wealth, power and decadence of the French monarchy, and, today, a testament to European art history.
- The Centre Pompidou - A 20th century architectural marvel and home to the National Museum of Modern Art, the largest modern art museum in Europe, complete with Matisse, Picasso and Andy Warhol, as well as a breathtaking view of Paris and its rooftops.
- Restaurant Café Georges - A rooftop restaurant in the Museum of Modern Art with sexy service, fashionable diners, impressive floor to ceiling views of the city and first-rate architecture. One of Paris’s best museum eateries.
- Montemarte - Lose yourself in the steep and cobbled streets of one of the most historic, interesting, and enchanting hilltop neighborhoods in Paris with lively, colorful plazas, artisanal shops and corner cafés. Climb or ride the cable car up the hill to the Basilique du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre, the highest point in the city, for contemplation and breathtaking views.
Le Gramont - Coffee, bar and restaurant, one of the oldest bistros of the Grands Boulevards with a fresh new approach to all day dining.
Manko Paris - A unique Peruvian restaurant with influences from around the world. Down to earth and authentic with a bar that turns the heat up and allows you to begin or end your evening in Peru. Be bewitched by the passionate bartenders!
Manko Paris Cabaret - The most outrageously chic cabaret in Paris! "As spectacular as burlesque and as edgy as extravagant."
Yeeels - In the heart of the Golden Triangle, Yeeels is the place to be for lunch, dinner and entertainment among jet setters. With a luminous bar, and the decor of New York in the 1920s and a Parisian salon, spend an exquisite evening in this posh club.
Galleries Lafayette - In the world's fashion capital, with a majestic art nouveau steel and glass couple which is the iconic symbol of the shopping mall, numerous world-renowned fashion brands are headquartered all under one roof. Opened as a small haberdashery in 1896, then expanding to a luxury bazaar, today, Galleries Lafayette continues to serve up an expansive range of fashion and innovation.
Goyard - A beacon of timeless elegance, craftsmanship and exclusivity, a visit to the House of Goyard on rue Saint-Honoré where an international clientele can literally wrap themselves, their pets, and their automobiles in the emblematic Goyardine canvas is a must. Where passion and excellence has been achieved since the doors first opened in 1853.
W Paris - Opéra - A shopper's dream with world-renowned retail and nightlife in every direction. Opposite the Palais Garnier and only a stone’s throw from the Galeries Lafayette, a memorable experience awaits at the first W Hotel in France!
Fondation Louis Vuitton - Opened in 2014 and designed by star American architect Frank Gehry, the facade looks like a magical sailboat floating on a man-made lake in the Bois de Boulogne. For serious art lovers and chic Parisians, the museum is dedicated to contemporary creations.