Thank you. The latter part of our trip we will be spending at Disneyland. 2. I’ve narrowed it down to four: the Pompidou, the Cluny, Musee d’Orsay and the Musee de quai Branly. We’re staying in the 6th but don’t mind traveling to find something special. Any recommendations and which one has the best location for general sightseeing? The 2nd arrondissement, just north, was known in its heyday as the site of the former stock exchange (now known as the Palais Brongniart) and its beautiful glass roofed “passages” or shopping arcades. Indoor pool, cinema, and award-winning spa.

Compare costs from over 30 insurance providers. Some, but very few, will even start closing down in mid-July. In the area known as the Upper Marais, a broad swath located in the 3rd arrondissement, you’ll find the Marché des Enfants Rouges, a 17th century market off the Rue de Bretagne.

We’re not looking for luxury as we are only staying 1 night in Paris & then travelling on to Disneyland. The boulevards of Paris are laid out in a star shape around the Place Charles de Gaulle. Gourmet food scene: It has almost become a tradition: Year after year, when the Guide Michelin stars are awarded, an outcry can be heard through the gourmet scene of the capital, because a restaurant steeped in tradition lost a star and in Lyon or Marseille a restaurant received one. It operates out of the Andre Citroen park in the 15th and for 12 euros you beat the crowds (unlike the Eiffel Tower) and take in some magnificent views of the city. Though they are technically related, they have very different feels, interior decor, and amenities but both will provide excellent service and a 5 star experience.

Once you’re on the Orlyval, travel time between Antony and Orlyval Sud is approximately 8 minutes. If you’re looking for something more low key, close to Wanderlust are several music venues/bars that are on “peniche” (small boats stationed along the Seine). You won’t find so much drunken behavior, just parts of the neighborhood that will be very crowded, filled with non-French and not resemble typical everyday life in Paris. Probably a glass of wine each at dinner (we’re not drinkers, really). Overstuffed furnishings and the warm color palette help keep things comfy and inviting. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement (updated 1/1/20) and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement (updated 1/1/20) and Your California Privacy Rights. This year we’re headed to France for our one year anniversary and I wanted to know which hotel you prefer, Relais Christine or Hotel Bel-Ami? Of the three hotels, the Louvre location is definitely your best bet. Even old Paris impresses: In the Latin Quarter you can wander through winding streets, rummage in quaint bookstores and sip tea at a tearoom. Luxurious Belle Époque decor, personalized butler service, Hermes toiletries, gorgeous grotto pool and spa. Nicely done. For transfering on the metro, they don’t allow you to exit and re-use the same ticket. Le Meurice is on the Rue Rivoli, a busy and popular street that runs next to the Louvre and Tuileries Garden. My Husband and I will be visiting Paris for the first time for two days only. One of the trendiest neighborhoods in Paris, the Marais has a decidedly different feel than its notable neighbors on the Left Bank. They offer their coffee in to go cups, so you can grab some for while you wait on line. So many choices! I have had a recommendation from a friend who lived in Paris to stay in the Marais area. Anniversary trip for Paris first timers! Thanks, JoLynn and Jeff. Very helpful website. For example it’s probably best known for the Champs-Élysées, and most of the Michelin star restaurants and 5 star hotels are in this area.

This means that you’ll have lots of activity in the area – unremarkable bars and restaurants for people on their way in, out, or through Paris – but you’ll have to travel a bit to get to the more interesting neighborhoods. Booking is done directly on their website.


Of course you’ll be near the obvious draws like the Louvre, Place Vendome, and Tuileries Garden, but if you have some time to explore a few things off the beaten path, the Galerie Vivienne is nearby. Doubles from about $1,110. Restaurants like Aux Deux Amis, Clown Bar, and Au Passage are where chefs go to eat on their night off.
4) Some parks get quiet in the late afternoon/early evening. Simply strolling along the market stalls will make your mouth water. I booked a Hotel in the 11th Arrondissement – Gardette Park. It sounds silly but it really was the highlight of our trip – our own little guide. Since it’s an anniversary trip and I’d think romantic setting is important, I’d choose the Relais Christine over the Ritz and the Mandarin. That ain’t gonna work for a birthday breakfast. Luxury shopping: Some of the finest and most expensive addresses in Paris are located around the Place Vendôme. Favela Chic is another fun place close by. Open to anything – even nightlife.

If you’re interested in chateaux, a few others in the Paris region are Vaux-le-Vicomte, Fontainebleau, and Chantilly. Any recommendations for New Years events in Paris? It’s very charming and rooms start at 160 euros. And then I’d squeeze in the Musee Quai Branly which is next to the Eiffel Tower. They specialize in English language books and it has a great, old world ambiance. Though these are more formal music venues, they offer almost nightly concerts with reasonably priced tickets. If you do stay in the Marais, be sure to check out the Marche des Enfants Rouges, a great collection of small eateries and vendors popular with Parisians. Since I barely saw France over 10 years ago, I consider myself a first timer, so as suggested, I’d like to stay in the 7th Arrondissement. The hotel features a 2 Michelin Star restaurant, holistic spa with an indoor swimming pool and hammam, butler service, and a cozy library of historic books. 2nd honeymoon in Paris (and onwards to Amsterdam). There's something enchanting about the Bowmann, an instantly iconic addition to Paris' hotel scene. Another highlight is the Marche D’Aligre, a cheaper and less touristed open air market option to the very popular one at Bastille. In both of those areas you’ll have lots of hip boutiques, bars and restaurants to choose from. Their menu is priced at 84 euros (not including wine) and though it’s slightly more formal, the welcoming staff make it more warm than stuffy. One is nearby called Social Club and another is part of a larger restaurant/club/dance complex called Wanderlust in the 13th. How would you do this, where do we start/end? Both are excellent hotels and roughly in the same neighborhood. 20 opulent Baroque-style guestrooms feature ornate fabrics and wood panelling. Even today, the books are stacked up to the ceilings and when you sink into one of the reading chairs with a book in hand, you will feel as though you have been transported back in time when the well-known American and British writers entered and exited through these doors.

It’s also home to luxury shopping streets such as Avenue Montaigne and Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Both the metro and RER run past midnight and should be fine to take back after the concert. It will be packed in May and especially between 10am-1pm, so try to plan your visit either on the early side or later in the afternoon. Paris - whether city of love or fashion metropolis, the names are endless. Set directly across the street from the Tuleries Garden, just 10-minutes on foot to the Louvre and Palais Garnier. Tourist Locals & Cheap Food: Since Montmatre is one of the most visited tourist areas, exercise caution when choosing a restaurant or bistro so as not to end up in a typical "tourist trap". Should this end up exceeding your budget, the Shangri-La in the 16th is another excellent choice. I am coming with my husband to Paris in March. Those who really want to immerse themselves in this lifestyle should book into the hip design hotel Mama Shelter Paris. Just be warned that these sorts of restaurants focus on serving small plates meant to share and/or a set menu. I admit I know nothing about Paris, but my better half dreams of a romantic trip to Paris. Saint Germain will be the most pricey since its known as a posh neighborhood. Cafe Kitsune is on the garden of the Palais Royale so you’ll have a very pretty view. Taxis are certainly easy to find and the hotel will call one for you. They don’t take reservations and focus more on small plates you share (like tapas). Shoppers will have their choice among the numerous boutiques that have been popping up, from the fashion forward Maison Kitsune to one of a kind housewares at Le Rocketship. Three Michelin-starred restaurants, luxurious pool and spa, private terraces, Eiffel Tower views.
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Thank you. The latter part of our trip we will be spending at Disneyland. 2. I’ve narrowed it down to four: the Pompidou, the Cluny, Musee d’Orsay and the Musee de quai Branly. We’re staying in the 6th but don’t mind traveling to find something special. Any recommendations and which one has the best location for general sightseeing? The 2nd arrondissement, just north, was known in its heyday as the site of the former stock exchange (now known as the Palais Brongniart) and its beautiful glass roofed “passages” or shopping arcades. Indoor pool, cinema, and award-winning spa.

Compare costs from over 30 insurance providers. Some, but very few, will even start closing down in mid-July. In the area known as the Upper Marais, a broad swath located in the 3rd arrondissement, you’ll find the Marché des Enfants Rouges, a 17th century market off the Rue de Bretagne.

We’re not looking for luxury as we are only staying 1 night in Paris & then travelling on to Disneyland. The boulevards of Paris are laid out in a star shape around the Place Charles de Gaulle. Gourmet food scene: It has almost become a tradition: Year after year, when the Guide Michelin stars are awarded, an outcry can be heard through the gourmet scene of the capital, because a restaurant steeped in tradition lost a star and in Lyon or Marseille a restaurant received one. It operates out of the Andre Citroen park in the 15th and for 12 euros you beat the crowds (unlike the Eiffel Tower) and take in some magnificent views of the city. Though they are technically related, they have very different feels, interior decor, and amenities but both will provide excellent service and a 5 star experience.

Once you’re on the Orlyval, travel time between Antony and Orlyval Sud is approximately 8 minutes. If you’re looking for something more low key, close to Wanderlust are several music venues/bars that are on “peniche” (small boats stationed along the Seine). You won’t find so much drunken behavior, just parts of the neighborhood that will be very crowded, filled with non-French and not resemble typical everyday life in Paris. Probably a glass of wine each at dinner (we’re not drinkers, really). Overstuffed furnishings and the warm color palette help keep things comfy and inviting. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement (updated 1/1/20) and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement (updated 1/1/20) and Your California Privacy Rights. This year we’re headed to France for our one year anniversary and I wanted to know which hotel you prefer, Relais Christine or Hotel Bel-Ami? Of the three hotels, the Louvre location is definitely your best bet. Even old Paris impresses: In the Latin Quarter you can wander through winding streets, rummage in quaint bookstores and sip tea at a tearoom. Luxurious Belle Époque decor, personalized butler service, Hermes toiletries, gorgeous grotto pool and spa. Nicely done. For transfering on the metro, they don’t allow you to exit and re-use the same ticket. Le Meurice is on the Rue Rivoli, a busy and popular street that runs next to the Louvre and Tuileries Garden. My Husband and I will be visiting Paris for the first time for two days only. One of the trendiest neighborhoods in Paris, the Marais has a decidedly different feel than its notable neighbors on the Left Bank. They offer their coffee in to go cups, so you can grab some for while you wait on line. So many choices! I have had a recommendation from a friend who lived in Paris to stay in the Marais area. Anniversary trip for Paris first timers! Thanks, JoLynn and Jeff. Very helpful website. For example it’s probably best known for the Champs-Élysées, and most of the Michelin star restaurants and 5 star hotels are in this area.

This means that you’ll have lots of activity in the area – unremarkable bars and restaurants for people on their way in, out, or through Paris – but you’ll have to travel a bit to get to the more interesting neighborhoods. Booking is done directly on their website.


Of course you’ll be near the obvious draws like the Louvre, Place Vendome, and Tuileries Garden, but if you have some time to explore a few things off the beaten path, the Galerie Vivienne is nearby. Doubles from about $1,110. Restaurants like Aux Deux Amis, Clown Bar, and Au Passage are where chefs go to eat on their night off.
4) Some parks get quiet in the late afternoon/early evening. Simply strolling along the market stalls will make your mouth water. I booked a Hotel in the 11th Arrondissement – Gardette Park. It sounds silly but it really was the highlight of our trip – our own little guide. Since it’s an anniversary trip and I’d think romantic setting is important, I’d choose the Relais Christine over the Ritz and the Mandarin. That ain’t gonna work for a birthday breakfast. Luxury shopping: Some of the finest and most expensive addresses in Paris are located around the Place Vendôme. Favela Chic is another fun place close by. Open to anything – even nightlife.

If you’re interested in chateaux, a few others in the Paris region are Vaux-le-Vicomte, Fontainebleau, and Chantilly. Any recommendations for New Years events in Paris? It’s very charming and rooms start at 160 euros. And then I’d squeeze in the Musee Quai Branly which is next to the Eiffel Tower. They specialize in English language books and it has a great, old world ambiance. Though these are more formal music venues, they offer almost nightly concerts with reasonably priced tickets. If you do stay in the Marais, be sure to check out the Marche des Enfants Rouges, a great collection of small eateries and vendors popular with Parisians. Since I barely saw France over 10 years ago, I consider myself a first timer, so as suggested, I’d like to stay in the 7th Arrondissement. The hotel features a 2 Michelin Star restaurant, holistic spa with an indoor swimming pool and hammam, butler service, and a cozy library of historic books. 2nd honeymoon in Paris (and onwards to Amsterdam). There's something enchanting about the Bowmann, an instantly iconic addition to Paris' hotel scene. Another highlight is the Marche D’Aligre, a cheaper and less touristed open air market option to the very popular one at Bastille. In both of those areas you’ll have lots of hip boutiques, bars and restaurants to choose from. Their menu is priced at 84 euros (not including wine) and though it’s slightly more formal, the welcoming staff make it more warm than stuffy. One is nearby called Social Club and another is part of a larger restaurant/club/dance complex called Wanderlust in the 13th. How would you do this, where do we start/end? Both are excellent hotels and roughly in the same neighborhood. 20 opulent Baroque-style guestrooms feature ornate fabrics and wood panelling. Even today, the books are stacked up to the ceilings and when you sink into one of the reading chairs with a book in hand, you will feel as though you have been transported back in time when the well-known American and British writers entered and exited through these doors.

It’s also home to luxury shopping streets such as Avenue Montaigne and Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Both the metro and RER run past midnight and should be fine to take back after the concert. It will be packed in May and especially between 10am-1pm, so try to plan your visit either on the early side or later in the afternoon. Paris - whether city of love or fashion metropolis, the names are endless. Set directly across the street from the Tuleries Garden, just 10-minutes on foot to the Louvre and Palais Garnier. Tourist Locals & Cheap Food: Since Montmatre is one of the most visited tourist areas, exercise caution when choosing a restaurant or bistro so as not to end up in a typical "tourist trap". Should this end up exceeding your budget, the Shangri-La in the 16th is another excellent choice. I am coming with my husband to Paris in March. Those who really want to immerse themselves in this lifestyle should book into the hip design hotel Mama Shelter Paris. Just be warned that these sorts of restaurants focus on serving small plates meant to share and/or a set menu. I admit I know nothing about Paris, but my better half dreams of a romantic trip to Paris. Saint Germain will be the most pricey since its known as a posh neighborhood. Cafe Kitsune is on the garden of the Palais Royale so you’ll have a very pretty view. Taxis are certainly easy to find and the hotel will call one for you. They don’t take reservations and focus more on small plates you share (like tapas). Shoppers will have their choice among the numerous boutiques that have been popping up, from the fashion forward Maison Kitsune to one of a kind housewares at Le Rocketship. Three Michelin-starred restaurants, luxurious pool and spa, private terraces, Eiffel Tower views.
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Thank you. The latter part of our trip we will be spending at Disneyland. 2. I’ve narrowed it down to four: the Pompidou, the Cluny, Musee d’Orsay and the Musee de quai Branly. We’re staying in the 6th but don’t mind traveling to find something special. Any recommendations and which one has the best location for general sightseeing? The 2nd arrondissement, just north, was known in its heyday as the site of the former stock exchange (now known as the Palais Brongniart) and its beautiful glass roofed “passages” or shopping arcades. Indoor pool, cinema, and award-winning spa.

Compare costs from over 30 insurance providers. Some, but very few, will even start closing down in mid-July. In the area known as the Upper Marais, a broad swath located in the 3rd arrondissement, you’ll find the Marché des Enfants Rouges, a 17th century market off the Rue de Bretagne.

We’re not looking for luxury as we are only staying 1 night in Paris & then travelling on to Disneyland. The boulevards of Paris are laid out in a star shape around the Place Charles de Gaulle. Gourmet food scene: It has almost become a tradition: Year after year, when the Guide Michelin stars are awarded, an outcry can be heard through the gourmet scene of the capital, because a restaurant steeped in tradition lost a star and in Lyon or Marseille a restaurant received one. It operates out of the Andre Citroen park in the 15th and for 12 euros you beat the crowds (unlike the Eiffel Tower) and take in some magnificent views of the city. Though they are technically related, they have very different feels, interior decor, and amenities but both will provide excellent service and a 5 star experience.

Once you’re on the Orlyval, travel time between Antony and Orlyval Sud is approximately 8 minutes. If you’re looking for something more low key, close to Wanderlust are several music venues/bars that are on “peniche” (small boats stationed along the Seine). You won’t find so much drunken behavior, just parts of the neighborhood that will be very crowded, filled with non-French and not resemble typical everyday life in Paris. Probably a glass of wine each at dinner (we’re not drinkers, really). Overstuffed furnishings and the warm color palette help keep things comfy and inviting. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement (updated 1/1/20) and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement (updated 1/1/20) and Your California Privacy Rights. This year we’re headed to France for our one year anniversary and I wanted to know which hotel you prefer, Relais Christine or Hotel Bel-Ami? Of the three hotels, the Louvre location is definitely your best bet. Even old Paris impresses: In the Latin Quarter you can wander through winding streets, rummage in quaint bookstores and sip tea at a tearoom. Luxurious Belle Époque decor, personalized butler service, Hermes toiletries, gorgeous grotto pool and spa. Nicely done. For transfering on the metro, they don’t allow you to exit and re-use the same ticket. Le Meurice is on the Rue Rivoli, a busy and popular street that runs next to the Louvre and Tuileries Garden. My Husband and I will be visiting Paris for the first time for two days only. One of the trendiest neighborhoods in Paris, the Marais has a decidedly different feel than its notable neighbors on the Left Bank. They offer their coffee in to go cups, so you can grab some for while you wait on line. So many choices! I have had a recommendation from a friend who lived in Paris to stay in the Marais area. Anniversary trip for Paris first timers! Thanks, JoLynn and Jeff. Very helpful website. For example it’s probably best known for the Champs-Élysées, and most of the Michelin star restaurants and 5 star hotels are in this area.

This means that you’ll have lots of activity in the area – unremarkable bars and restaurants for people on their way in, out, or through Paris – but you’ll have to travel a bit to get to the more interesting neighborhoods. Booking is done directly on their website.


Of course you’ll be near the obvious draws like the Louvre, Place Vendome, and Tuileries Garden, but if you have some time to explore a few things off the beaten path, the Galerie Vivienne is nearby. Doubles from about $1,110. Restaurants like Aux Deux Amis, Clown Bar, and Au Passage are where chefs go to eat on their night off.
4) Some parks get quiet in the late afternoon/early evening. Simply strolling along the market stalls will make your mouth water. I booked a Hotel in the 11th Arrondissement – Gardette Park. It sounds silly but it really was the highlight of our trip – our own little guide. Since it’s an anniversary trip and I’d think romantic setting is important, I’d choose the Relais Christine over the Ritz and the Mandarin. That ain’t gonna work for a birthday breakfast. Luxury shopping: Some of the finest and most expensive addresses in Paris are located around the Place Vendôme. Favela Chic is another fun place close by. Open to anything – even nightlife.

If you’re interested in chateaux, a few others in the Paris region are Vaux-le-Vicomte, Fontainebleau, and Chantilly. Any recommendations for New Years events in Paris? It’s very charming and rooms start at 160 euros. And then I’d squeeze in the Musee Quai Branly which is next to the Eiffel Tower. They specialize in English language books and it has a great, old world ambiance. Though these are more formal music venues, they offer almost nightly concerts with reasonably priced tickets. If you do stay in the Marais, be sure to check out the Marche des Enfants Rouges, a great collection of small eateries and vendors popular with Parisians. Since I barely saw France over 10 years ago, I consider myself a first timer, so as suggested, I’d like to stay in the 7th Arrondissement. The hotel features a 2 Michelin Star restaurant, holistic spa with an indoor swimming pool and hammam, butler service, and a cozy library of historic books. 2nd honeymoon in Paris (and onwards to Amsterdam). There's something enchanting about the Bowmann, an instantly iconic addition to Paris' hotel scene. Another highlight is the Marche D’Aligre, a cheaper and less touristed open air market option to the very popular one at Bastille. In both of those areas you’ll have lots of hip boutiques, bars and restaurants to choose from. Their menu is priced at 84 euros (not including wine) and though it’s slightly more formal, the welcoming staff make it more warm than stuffy. One is nearby called Social Club and another is part of a larger restaurant/club/dance complex called Wanderlust in the 13th. How would you do this, where do we start/end? Both are excellent hotels and roughly in the same neighborhood. 20 opulent Baroque-style guestrooms feature ornate fabrics and wood panelling. Even today, the books are stacked up to the ceilings and when you sink into one of the reading chairs with a book in hand, you will feel as though you have been transported back in time when the well-known American and British writers entered and exited through these doors.

It’s also home to luxury shopping streets such as Avenue Montaigne and Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Both the metro and RER run past midnight and should be fine to take back after the concert. It will be packed in May and especially between 10am-1pm, so try to plan your visit either on the early side or later in the afternoon. Paris - whether city of love or fashion metropolis, the names are endless. Set directly across the street from the Tuleries Garden, just 10-minutes on foot to the Louvre and Palais Garnier. Tourist Locals & Cheap Food: Since Montmatre is one of the most visited tourist areas, exercise caution when choosing a restaurant or bistro so as not to end up in a typical "tourist trap". Should this end up exceeding your budget, the Shangri-La in the 16th is another excellent choice. I am coming with my husband to Paris in March. Those who really want to immerse themselves in this lifestyle should book into the hip design hotel Mama Shelter Paris. Just be warned that these sorts of restaurants focus on serving small plates meant to share and/or a set menu. I admit I know nothing about Paris, but my better half dreams of a romantic trip to Paris. Saint Germain will be the most pricey since its known as a posh neighborhood. Cafe Kitsune is on the garden of the Palais Royale so you’ll have a very pretty view. Taxis are certainly easy to find and the hotel will call one for you. They don’t take reservations and focus more on small plates you share (like tapas). Shoppers will have their choice among the numerous boutiques that have been popping up, from the fashion forward Maison Kitsune to one of a kind housewares at Le Rocketship. Three Michelin-starred restaurants, luxurious pool and spa, private terraces, Eiffel Tower views.
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The first one is called Le Richer. All rights reserved. Cocktail bars & stylish festivities: After sundown, the fashionistas of the neighborhood meet in bars like the "Andy Whaloo" (rue des Gravilliers). The result is a fascinating postmodern triumph. Slip away from the lively cafes and chic boutiques of Saint-Germain-de-Prés, head down a quiet side street, and you’ll find one of Paris’ best-kept hotel secrets—and the regulars would prefer to keep it that way. meters and apartments of 60 sq.

Thank you. The latter part of our trip we will be spending at Disneyland. 2. I’ve narrowed it down to four: the Pompidou, the Cluny, Musee d’Orsay and the Musee de quai Branly. We’re staying in the 6th but don’t mind traveling to find something special. Any recommendations and which one has the best location for general sightseeing? The 2nd arrondissement, just north, was known in its heyday as the site of the former stock exchange (now known as the Palais Brongniart) and its beautiful glass roofed “passages” or shopping arcades. Indoor pool, cinema, and award-winning spa.

Compare costs from over 30 insurance providers. Some, but very few, will even start closing down in mid-July. In the area known as the Upper Marais, a broad swath located in the 3rd arrondissement, you’ll find the Marché des Enfants Rouges, a 17th century market off the Rue de Bretagne.

We’re not looking for luxury as we are only staying 1 night in Paris & then travelling on to Disneyland. The boulevards of Paris are laid out in a star shape around the Place Charles de Gaulle. Gourmet food scene: It has almost become a tradition: Year after year, when the Guide Michelin stars are awarded, an outcry can be heard through the gourmet scene of the capital, because a restaurant steeped in tradition lost a star and in Lyon or Marseille a restaurant received one. It operates out of the Andre Citroen park in the 15th and for 12 euros you beat the crowds (unlike the Eiffel Tower) and take in some magnificent views of the city. Though they are technically related, they have very different feels, interior decor, and amenities but both will provide excellent service and a 5 star experience.

Once you’re on the Orlyval, travel time between Antony and Orlyval Sud is approximately 8 minutes. If you’re looking for something more low key, close to Wanderlust are several music venues/bars that are on “peniche” (small boats stationed along the Seine). You won’t find so much drunken behavior, just parts of the neighborhood that will be very crowded, filled with non-French and not resemble typical everyday life in Paris. Probably a glass of wine each at dinner (we’re not drinkers, really). Overstuffed furnishings and the warm color palette help keep things comfy and inviting. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement (updated 1/1/20) and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement (updated 1/1/20) and Your California Privacy Rights. This year we’re headed to France for our one year anniversary and I wanted to know which hotel you prefer, Relais Christine or Hotel Bel-Ami? Of the three hotels, the Louvre location is definitely your best bet. Even old Paris impresses: In the Latin Quarter you can wander through winding streets, rummage in quaint bookstores and sip tea at a tearoom. Luxurious Belle Époque decor, personalized butler service, Hermes toiletries, gorgeous grotto pool and spa. Nicely done. For transfering on the metro, they don’t allow you to exit and re-use the same ticket. Le Meurice is on the Rue Rivoli, a busy and popular street that runs next to the Louvre and Tuileries Garden. My Husband and I will be visiting Paris for the first time for two days only. One of the trendiest neighborhoods in Paris, the Marais has a decidedly different feel than its notable neighbors on the Left Bank. They offer their coffee in to go cups, so you can grab some for while you wait on line. So many choices! I have had a recommendation from a friend who lived in Paris to stay in the Marais area. Anniversary trip for Paris first timers! Thanks, JoLynn and Jeff. Very helpful website. For example it’s probably best known for the Champs-Élysées, and most of the Michelin star restaurants and 5 star hotels are in this area.

This means that you’ll have lots of activity in the area – unremarkable bars and restaurants for people on their way in, out, or through Paris – but you’ll have to travel a bit to get to the more interesting neighborhoods. Booking is done directly on their website.


Of course you’ll be near the obvious draws like the Louvre, Place Vendome, and Tuileries Garden, but if you have some time to explore a few things off the beaten path, the Galerie Vivienne is nearby. Doubles from about $1,110. Restaurants like Aux Deux Amis, Clown Bar, and Au Passage are where chefs go to eat on their night off.
4) Some parks get quiet in the late afternoon/early evening. Simply strolling along the market stalls will make your mouth water. I booked a Hotel in the 11th Arrondissement – Gardette Park. It sounds silly but it really was the highlight of our trip – our own little guide. Since it’s an anniversary trip and I’d think romantic setting is important, I’d choose the Relais Christine over the Ritz and the Mandarin. That ain’t gonna work for a birthday breakfast. Luxury shopping: Some of the finest and most expensive addresses in Paris are located around the Place Vendôme. Favela Chic is another fun place close by. Open to anything – even nightlife.

If you’re interested in chateaux, a few others in the Paris region are Vaux-le-Vicomte, Fontainebleau, and Chantilly. Any recommendations for New Years events in Paris? It’s very charming and rooms start at 160 euros. And then I’d squeeze in the Musee Quai Branly which is next to the Eiffel Tower. They specialize in English language books and it has a great, old world ambiance. Though these are more formal music venues, they offer almost nightly concerts with reasonably priced tickets. If you do stay in the Marais, be sure to check out the Marche des Enfants Rouges, a great collection of small eateries and vendors popular with Parisians. Since I barely saw France over 10 years ago, I consider myself a first timer, so as suggested, I’d like to stay in the 7th Arrondissement. The hotel features a 2 Michelin Star restaurant, holistic spa with an indoor swimming pool and hammam, butler service, and a cozy library of historic books. 2nd honeymoon in Paris (and onwards to Amsterdam). There's something enchanting about the Bowmann, an instantly iconic addition to Paris' hotel scene. Another highlight is the Marche D’Aligre, a cheaper and less touristed open air market option to the very popular one at Bastille. In both of those areas you’ll have lots of hip boutiques, bars and restaurants to choose from. Their menu is priced at 84 euros (not including wine) and though it’s slightly more formal, the welcoming staff make it more warm than stuffy. One is nearby called Social Club and another is part of a larger restaurant/club/dance complex called Wanderlust in the 13th. How would you do this, where do we start/end? Both are excellent hotels and roughly in the same neighborhood. 20 opulent Baroque-style guestrooms feature ornate fabrics and wood panelling. Even today, the books are stacked up to the ceilings and when you sink into one of the reading chairs with a book in hand, you will feel as though you have been transported back in time when the well-known American and British writers entered and exited through these doors.

It’s also home to luxury shopping streets such as Avenue Montaigne and Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Both the metro and RER run past midnight and should be fine to take back after the concert. It will be packed in May and especially between 10am-1pm, so try to plan your visit either on the early side or later in the afternoon. Paris - whether city of love or fashion metropolis, the names are endless. Set directly across the street from the Tuleries Garden, just 10-minutes on foot to the Louvre and Palais Garnier. Tourist Locals & Cheap Food: Since Montmatre is one of the most visited tourist areas, exercise caution when choosing a restaurant or bistro so as not to end up in a typical "tourist trap". Should this end up exceeding your budget, the Shangri-La in the 16th is another excellent choice. I am coming with my husband to Paris in March. Those who really want to immerse themselves in this lifestyle should book into the hip design hotel Mama Shelter Paris. Just be warned that these sorts of restaurants focus on serving small plates meant to share and/or a set menu. I admit I know nothing about Paris, but my better half dreams of a romantic trip to Paris. Saint Germain will be the most pricey since its known as a posh neighborhood. Cafe Kitsune is on the garden of the Palais Royale so you’ll have a very pretty view. Taxis are certainly easy to find and the hotel will call one for you. They don’t take reservations and focus more on small plates you share (like tapas). Shoppers will have their choice among the numerous boutiques that have been popping up, from the fashion forward Maison Kitsune to one of a kind housewares at Le Rocketship. Three Michelin-starred restaurants, luxurious pool and spa, private terraces, Eiffel Tower views.

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