Articles by Destination

Paris Icon, Hotel Barriere Le Fouquet's Blends the Old with the New on the Champs-Elysees

BY : GiAnna Wyatt | 2019

In Paris, every day is an adventure. Whether you're exploring Monet's at Musée Marmottan, sipping hot chocolate at Angelina, seeking out the city's latest hotspot for drinks or spending the day browsing through the shops and...


Four Choices for a Memorable Parisian Evening

BY : Sean Hillen | 2019

Paris offers so much to a visitor, it’s hard to choose what to see and do, especially in a short time. Here’s four tips that may help make an evening in the City of Light all the more memorable....


Fashion/Fall Trends from MONNIER Frères

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2019

They say that accessories make the outfit. Maybe this is why we’re constantly adding to our collection of shoes, bags, sunglasses and jewelry. For fashionable women, there’s no such thing as too many shoes. And there’s one luxury...

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Two linked hotels offer experiences of Left and Right Bank Paris

BY : Sean Hillen | 2019

A rewarding way to enjoy Paris is spending several nights on both banks of the Seine, Left and Right, and immerse yourself in two different atmospheres – and Nicolas Nonon, owner of Verneuil and Parister hotels, offers a golden opportunity to...


Paris Is Always A Good Idea and Champagne Makes It Better

BY : Shea Peters | 2019

The quest to find the newest travel trends and hotspots is never-ending. In the past few years, younger travelers have dotted their Instagram feeds with images of Japan, Morocco, Greece, and Peru, bringing much needed tourism to places that once...


City Guide: A Weekend in Paris

BY : Keri Bridgwater | 2019

Despite being one of the most visited cities in the world those traveling to Paris with more contemporary tastes can still seek out a plentiful array of less tourist-trodden arrondissements, quieter museums, and cafés. From modern art...


Parisian Elegance With Intriguing Backstory, That's Maison Astor

BY : Sean Hillen | 2019

Basing the design of a hotel on a person’s character seems strange, naming a room in it after a dog even more so.  But when you learn more about the history of Maison Astor Paris the logic becomes clear....


Hotel de Sers Sparkles In The City of Light

BY : Kimberley Lovato | 2019

In a city the size of Paris, one can go dizzy finding a hotel that's just right— intimate enough to feel like a private Parisian pied-a-terre, yet full of the sophisticated finery and attentive service you’d expect of a five-star...


A Week in France with the Perfect Travel Camera - the Fujifilm X-T30

BY : Stinson Carter | 2019

Introduction It’s a sunny 95-degree evening in the Loire Valley summer. A hundred-odd Americans in cocktail attire have gathered on the lawn of the Château de la Bourdaisière. We’re here for a three-day wedding that, by...


Paris wouldn't be Paris without these...

BY : Sean Hillen | 2019

Being an epicurean paradise, Paris offers bountiful pleasures for mind, body and spirit. In asking ‘what makes Paris, Paris?’ we gleaned through a trove of treasures and chose some....


A Star is Reborn: Hotel Lutetia Sets a New Standard for Hotel Design in Paris

BY : Quentin Smith | 2019

Signaling an exciting new era of Parisian chic, the iconic Hotel Lutetia has reopened its doors with an artfully neoteric design and a renewed spirit to match. Recently taken over by Set Hotels—a group known for the exquisite revamps of...


In Season: The Best Places in Paris to Stay and Play for the Holidays

BY : Quentin Smith | 2018

There are few places in the world more charming than Paris during the winter season. With its broad boulevards draped in sparkling lights, lavishly decorated hotels, over-the-top window displays, elegant restaurants and buzzing bars, Paris has...

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