The capital of luxury par excellence, the city of Paris is not short of amazing attractions and experiences. And if you thought you made the rounds to the trendiest places in the City of Light, 2022 has new unmissable titles in store for you to visit without moderation.
- Bulgari Hotel Paris and Cheval Blanc Paris
The opening of two luxury hotels in the French capital within a year is the first of its kind. Yet LVMH did. In September, the group opened the long-awaited Cheval Blanc Paris, and less than three months later, the first Bulgari hotel in France.
Housed in a gorgeous Art Deco building overlooking the Seine and Pont Neuf, Cheval Blanc Paris is the city’s most stylish new urban retreat. Decorated in sophisticated hues of white, beige, and gold, the hotel has 26 rooms, 46 suites, four restaurants, and a Dior spa.
December has never been hotter in the French capital with the opening of the Bulgari Hotel Paris on chic Avenue Georges V. This intimate establishment stands out from other large Parisian hotels for its bold, contemporary design, as well as for its uncompromising elegance and discretion. The highlight of the hotel is the 1000 square meter penthouse2 On two levels with its own rooftop garden. In addition, the hotel features 76 luxury rooms and suites, a contemporary Italian restaurant, Il Risorante – Niko Romito, and a 1,300-square-meter spa.2 With a semi-Olympic swimming pool.
Located in the very trendy Canal Saint-Martin, early June is quickly becoming one of the most popular places in the capital for gourmets and wine lovers. In a relaxed setting, this restaurant welcomes chefs from all over the world. The dishes served are creative and perfect for sharing to accompany natural wines, craft beers and ciders handpicked by the owners. Camille Machete And Victor Vautier. The restaurant does take reservations except for groups of four or more, so be sure to get there as soon as they open (6pm) for a table!
Nowhere is as trendy as Soho House and the new Parisian institution of the London private club is no exception. It is located in the posh Pigalle district, in a 19th-century buildingH The century in which the family Jean CocteauSoho House Paris includes a restaurant, bar, gym, garden, pool on the terrace, a Moulin Rouge-inspired cabaret, and 36 rooms. Spread over five floors, the hotel beautifully blends traditional French design with a more modern Art Deco style, using a mix of antique furniture and bespoke pieces.
The Ritz Paris is already a title in itself, but Le Comptoir will be able to offer you all the emblematic atmosphere of this famous Parisian hotel in a space dedicated to the breathtaking and tempting creations of its pastry chef, Francois Perret. This new shop invites you to satisfy the connoisseur in you in a bright space, adorned with bohemian crystal light representing the curved shape of a giant madeleine. Place an order and collect your pastry at the Click & Collect counter, or take a seat at one of the leather benches and enjoy a pastry accompanied by Liège hazelnut chocolate.
sexy, sensual, and a true call to sin (kafir Meaning “fisherman” in French), Sinner is the most attractive five-star boutique hotel in Paris. The hotel is steeped in an offbeat luxury style. The mixture of funky religious imagery and dark sensuality will excite you as soon as you enter the dark, candle-lit lobby. Guests who do not spend the night in the hotel can still enjoy their stay at the intimate restaurant, which serves Asian and Latin American cuisine. Smoke billows from the room as waiters in casque birds festively bring out delectable dishes such as crispy rice and spicy red tuna or lamb chops with chimichurri sauce.
Imagine: A beautiful winter day in Paris sipping a glass of wine on a sunny patio while admiring a stunning view of the Seine and the Eiffel Tower. This is exactly what FOREST, the new restaurant serving Middle Eastern-inspired cuisine at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris, offers. Seasonal dishes are delicious, such as roasted beetroot carpaccio in a salt crust with wild trout eggs, raw cream, lemon zest, sautéed capers and fresh thyme, or sliced duck breast with roasted carrots in white miso, nuts and mustard cream, pickles and mustard sprouts. It’s no wonder, then, that Parisians line up for a table here on sunny afternoons.
- Kimpton Saint Honore Paris
In a city known for its somewhat austere approach to luxury, the new Kimpton St Honoré Paris is like a breath of fresh air. Housed in an Art Nouveau building built in 1917 to house a department store, the state-of-the-art Parisian luxury hotel boasts 149 rooms, a spa with indoor pool, a California-inspired restaurant, rooftop bar with stunning views of Paris, and a modern hotel. decor. The catchphrase here is “unfussy luxury,” so get ready to fork out strict standards and elitist attitudes. It was time!
Located on Grands Boulevards, a stone’s throw from the Opéra Garnier, Chouchou is a trendy hotel and meeting place. The property’s main attraction is the food market, complete with a DJ set, seafood and cheese bar, charcuterie platters, and pie stand. The atmosphere is relaxed and fun and the prices are relatively reasonable. Better yet, after a blissful evening, you can settle into one of the hotel’s 63 rooms. L’Arrache-Cœur Suite (Inspired by the writer’s world Boris Vian) A library full of books, a turntable, and a stunning view of the Opera House.
A true modern version of the classic brasserie, Brasserie Dubillot is located on one of the oldest streets of Paris: rue Saint-Denis. The brightly colored and lively restaurant was meticulously designed by the architectural firms B3 designers And From now on the studio. Slip into one of the cozy cabins with orange leather tables and prepare to sample classic French fare, from pies to steak and sausage mash.
Translated article from the American magazine Forbes – Author: Isabelle Kliger
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