Located in a private mansion, the museum offers the largest collection of Picasso’s art in the world.
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Are you ready to become an authentic Parisian? Let’s start your adventure at our Martin Bar to get inspired from local lovers and artists of the neighborhood. Discover Canal Saint-Martin with its designer boutiques and urban artworks – it’s perfect for a stroll. Along the Canal banks play a game of stone skipping and bounce up to the Marais. The Paris historic district is here! It offers plenty of treasures. And the city is never ending, so get in to the vibe of Parisian nightlife at Place de la République with its cafes, speakeasy bars, famous clubs and concerts. All this with your bed located just a stone’s throw away.
Located in a private mansion, the museum offers the largest collection of Picasso’s art in the world.
Delicious and healthy meal is the promise of Juan Arbelaez, the chef behind this new restaurant.
An art concept store located near Rue de Bretagne in a beautiful building. Here, you will find unique piece of art!
A trendy pop-art bar with excellent cocktails and live DJs spinning great music.
Enjoy oysters, seafood and cocktails in a chic, trendy and exquisite atmosphere.
YUMI offers organic vegetable and fruit juices! They're homemade and healthy!
Located in one of the most beautiful private mansions of Paris, the Picasso Museum offers the largest collection of Picasso’s art, from his most famous paintings to his sculptures. Wandering this gallery gives incredible insight into this master's life and talent.
Tuesday to Friday: 10.30-18.00 Saturday to Sunaday: 09.00-18.00
Vida is the place to be if you wish to enjoy a healthy, seasonal and creative meal in a warm and cozy setting. The menu changes every 2 weeks approximately depending on the season and the preferences of the chefs. The chefs Whitney Foe Zambo and the Quentyn the maître d manage this restaurant brilliantly!
L’empreinte is an art concept store that features around 1000 unique piece of art comprising everything from jewelry to sculptures. It is located in a beautiful building that looks like an Atelier. A beautiful place to find a unique Parisian present or souvenir.
Be sure to visit this trendy bar, which boasts mediterranean and pop art influences, during your stay in Paris. The bar's cocktails are great, the decor is unique and the atmosphere really enjoyable!
Tuesday to Saturday : 7.30pm to 2am
Welcome to the new oyster bar and restaurant in the heart of Marais in the city. ISTR serves up fresh and delicate cuisine and incredible cocktails in a trendy atmosphere. This spot is a must try!
From Tuesday to Friday: 12h00-14h30 / 18h00-02h00 Saturday: 18h00-02h00
Located on the trendy rue du "Chateau d'Eau", welcome to this bar and boutique dedicated to fresh juices that are created using only organic vegetable and juices. Healthy, refreshing and original. Owned by a young team!
Everday from 9am to 7pm
Combine a city break with a country retreat at the Renaissance Paris Hippodrome de St. Cloud Hotel. With picturesque views of Paris Country Clun and the Saint-Cloud Racecourse, you won’t believe you’re just a short drive from the center of Paris itself. Luxuriate in the classic northern French architecture, spacious gardens or lavish outdoor pool, where you can enjoy a poolside cocktail prepared by one of our expert bartenders. If you can drag yourself away, discover the many charms of the area with the help of local Navigator Marine, who will clue you in on the best places to visit in both St. Cloud itself and the City of Lights on the horizon.
The Malmaison is located in the town of Rueil-Malmaison in the department of Hauts-de-Seine.
Enjoy the flavors of Italy in the quiet village of Buzenval.
A brasserie pub with a New York decor that is both warm and surprising.
Cheese, wine and everything else!
The Malmaison is located in the town of Rueil-Malmaison in the department of Hauts-de-Seine.
The Chateau de la Petite Malmaison was the private promenade of the Empress Joséphine.
Built in the 17th century, the Castle of Malmaison was the house of Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine between 1799 and 1814. Do not hesitate to take one of the different guided tours!
The Panacotta Café, nicely installed on a small square, offers terrace seating that allows diners to enjoy a view of the surrounding area. The restaurant offers a simple but carefully prepared menu that is sure to please.
Le Spark's has an innovative cocktail menu and homemade dishes made with fresh products and prepared on-site. This spot is particularly popular for brunch and at night when crowds come for the themed nights, karaoke and DJ parties.
La Fromagerie des Gourmets, as the name suggests, is a gourmet grocery store. This traditional store is situated in the heart of Rueil-Malmaison and is known for the wide range of artisanal cheese and fresh dairy products on offer.
From Monday to Saturday 9:am-1pm, 4pm-7pm, and on Sunday from 9am to 1pm
Built in the 17th century, the Castle of Malmaison was the house of Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine between 1799 and 1814. Do not hesitate to take one of the different guided tours to learn in detail about this beautiful historic castle.
Open every day of the week, 10am-12.30pm and 1.30pm-5.45pm. Open until 6.15pm on weekends.
Empress Joséphine received daily visitors, most often the aristocrats and royalty of France, in the fine salons found within Le château de la Petite Malmaison. The residence is located a few hundred meters from the castle of Malmaison, though the two buildings are stand separated from one another.
The gorgeous Renaissance hotel in Aix-en-Provence is almost as much of an art gallery as it is a place to stay. Paying homage to this most historic of cities, our 5-star hotel hosts more than 400 specially commissioned artworks throughout its 133 guest rooms and 7,500 square feet of meeting space. Take a stroll in our spacious garden or enjoy the world-class food by our in-house chef Arnaud Davin. Our beautiful grounds are also just a short and pleasant stroll from Aix’s old town. Our local Navigator Jakob is on hand to guide you through the cultural delights of this enchanting town.
Shop for towels and tablecovers with vintage, Provençal patterns, Asian stoles and cutlery in eye-popping hues, and soft fur cushion cases.
For a dashing night out be sure to visit Le Comptoir du Clos, where the French cuisine is creative.
This cute restaurant serves tapas to a wide range of customers, from families to couples.
Discover this historic charming passage connecting the main street of Aix, the Cours Mirabeau, to the Justice Palace.
Candy store offering the Aix speciality "calissons."
A historical place on the main street of Aix.
Esprit des Lieux en Provence is a great place to shop for classic Provençal fabric, especially linen. Their textile is available in varying degrees of softness, and sports unique patterns. This store also boasts an odd assortment of gifting goods, European figurines, decor items, tablecloths, shawls and pillow covers. Browsing through their wide array of merchandise, one might just come across a treasured souvenir, a vintage table or a beautiful Christmas gift. They sell a range of premium leather purses and sling bags by Kaszer, a renowned home decoration and leather goods manufacturer. Women can also shop for kimonos in floral patterns, sewed from traditional materials. Couples can register for a wedding list at this boutique.
Le Comptoir du Clos is the in-house restaurant of the Renaissance Aix-en-Provence. The first thing visitors will notice is the gorgeous interior, complete with sleek wooden floors, modern light fixtures, and a charming buffet area, and the lovely ambience. The food is beautifully presented and prepared with the freshest ingredients.
Whether you're dining out with friends or want to take the kids out for a meal, Au goût du monde is the place to be. Created by a well-travelled couple, the restaurant serves up a delicious selection of international tapas, from shrimp ravioli with Thai chili sauce, to charcuterie plates.
The historic Passage Agard connected the Cours Mirabeau, Aix's main street, to the Justice Palace. The tiny boutiques and delicatessens in it will amaze you and delight your senses.
The gourmands know this address! Since 1830, this candy store has sold their specialty calissons, made of almond and melon pastry, honey and orange flavor. The store also sells other candies including nougat, candied chestnuts, navettes, and pralines.
Between its vast terrace with a view of the Cours Mirabeau and its green decoration in the Empire-style, this brasserie-café attracts the eye of the visitor. It is such a historical place with a soul that is still very much alive.
A trip to Paris isn’t complete without visiting the most popular spots in the city. The Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel is within walking distance to many of these locations – from the famous Louvre and D’Orsay museums to the Jardin des Tuileries public park. Stroll one block outside the building and you’ll find the town square, La Place Vendome, featuring some of the best high-end shopping in the area. Once you’ve checked all of these well-known attractions off your itinerary, our Navigator, Steven, can let you in on some hidden gems that will make you feel like a true Parisian. And because exploring France’s capital can be exhausting, head back to home base and visit Vendome Spa, where you can relax by the indoor pool and treat yourself to a massage, a facial, and more.
Popular food market located in the hyped Marais neighborhood.
Relish French Favorites in a classy setting.
Chef Olivier Roellinger's shop is a must-visit for every epicurean. Visit their cellar where aromatic vanilla beans are perfectly ripened.
Life, wine, and friends in this beloved neighborhood place.
Historical Paris Garnier Opera house built by Charles Garnier in 1875.
Intimate and elegant Bistro with a decor inspired by the 30s.
The Marché des Enfants Rouges is the oldest food market in Paris. You will find amazing and various stalls serving fresh food that can be relished on spot. Specialties from all around the globe such as Japanese Bento, Italian pasta or Moroccan couscous could be found here.
Nestled within Opéra Garnier, Coco has a striking interior design and a charming patio with 200 seats. The chef proposes a lengthy menu that includes classic French favorites.
Everyday from 12:00am to 2:00am
This Parisian spice shop is a treasure trove of exotic spices from around the globe. Shelves upon shelves stacked with the finest peppers, delicate boxes of fleur de sel, flavored oils, and chilies from Mexico, India and Spain greet you as soon as you step into this gastronome's haven. Over 18 varieties of the world's finest vanillas sourced from Madagascar, Mexico, Uganda, India and Sri Lanka promise to add an unsurpassed depth of flavor to the simplest of desserts. Each of the store's special spice blends is handcrafted by Chef Roellinger, drawing from his extensive travels and culinary expertise. Take home a box of their famous salted butter caramels as a gift or souvenir.
Opened by a wine and arts aficionado, the Willi's Wine Bar is the perfect place to enjoy simple tasty cuisine and a glass of wine.
Since 1875, the Opera Garnier is the center of Arts in Paris. The architect Charles Garnier designed it as a tribute to one of France's most famous composers.You can also admire in the main room, a fantastic ceiling painted by Chagall.
The Bistro Volnay, located only a few steps behing the Opéra Garnier, takes you back to the "Années Folles" with its wooden decor and red velvet sofas. The cuisine is seasonal and tasty, inspired by French classics. For wine lovers, more than 400 references available!
Discover Paris’ unique 17th District from the iconic location of the Renaissance Arc de Triomphe Hotel. Our friendly in-house Navigator Stéphane can tell you about the many famous sites all just a short walk away, including the Champs-Èlysées and Place de la Concorde, as well as some lesser-known locales, including the Mariage Frères Café, where you can enjoy the best cup of tea in town. The hotel itself, designed by Christian de Portzamparc, exudes Parisian style. From our elegant yet modern guest rooms to the incredible French restaurant, Solis Paris, you’ll find plenty of reasons to keep coming back.
A local open-air fresh market just a few steps from the hotel.
This upscale bistro offers a set menu of flavors and dishes that will delight your taste buds.
Secret and cozy cocktail bar with unique decoration.
The Meringaie is a new patisserie in Paris, a beautiful place for sharing delectable treats.
This trendy and laid back brasserie is perfect for an evening happy hour!
Explore the Louis Vuitton Fondation's collection and enjoy Frank Gehry's amazing architecture.
A trip to Marché Poncelet is a staple on Parisian itineraries aiming to capture the local essence of the City of Light. Open throughout the week except on Mondays, the famous outdoor market is located within stumbling distance of the Arc de Triomphe. It is lined with stalls selling local specialties, fresh produce, fruits, vegetables, seafood, artisan cheese and bread. Begin your day with breakfast at the street boulangerie where the aroma of freshly-baked baguettes, pastries and confectionery engulfs your senses. Sample freshly-shucked oysters, relish gourmet chocolates, witness chicken roasting in the open, rummage through artifacts, buy unique souvenirs and mingle with the locals at one of the best food markets in Paris.
With a palimpsestuous menu that comes and goes from a small chalkboard at the front of the restaurant, Caïus is definitively French, harnessing the creative energies of talented chefs wrestling with daily produce deliveries. What you'll receive is anyone's guess, even the chefs. Each day the ingredients are received, the menu conceived, and the full set list scrawled in chalk by 11am. There's no a la carte at Caïus, but that's for the best. Dishes are designed to mingle with one another, appetizers seguing to bold entrees that make the most out of the daily ingredients.
Monday to Friday from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM,Monday to Friday from 07:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Just steps from the hotel, this pocket-size bar with an alternative touch will take you into a submarine-like world. Enjoy the vintage furniture and tailor-made cocktails made by Anaïs, the award-winning barmaid. In the basement there is a smoking room that looks like a private library.
Wednesday to Sunday from 8pm to 2am or later
The four founders of this establishment have been fans of pavlovas since childhood. A pavlova is an Australian cake made from meringue, whipped cream and fresh fruit. The cafe serves many different variations of this tasty treat.
From Thuesday to Sunay, 10:00a.m to 7:00p.m
This trendy and laid back brasserie is perfect for an evening happy hour or afternoon cappuccino. Take in some people watching on their outdoor terrace during the warm months, or cozy up to the bar for a cocktail in the evening. The fare includes traditional French cuisine with plates of charcuterie, soups, and simple baguette sandwiches. Their brew selection is extensive.
Commissioned by Bernard Arnault, LVMH CEO, American architect Frank Gehry designed la Fondation Louis Vuitton, a new space dedicated to contemporary artistic creation. With its permanent collection, commissions, temporary exhibitions and multi-disciplinary events, it offers visitors a myriad of cultural experiences.
Wednesday to Monday from 12 am to 7 pm
If you’re looking for an oasis of calm right in the heart of Paris, the award-winning private garden at our Nobel Tour Eiffel Hotel is the perfect spot for you. Our hotel offers a blend of luxury, charm, comfort and style that makes it a unique destination, even in this most elegant of cities. Ideally located, you will find stunning views of the Eiffel Tower and romantic Left Bank from the Palais du Trocadero, just yards from our front door. Our resident Navigator Gael is ready to be your guide to the French capital, whether it’s your first time or you’re a seasoned veteran looking for the hottest new spots in town.
The Bar in Paris that can only be loved.
An intimate and elegant boutique gives you the opportunity to create your own perfume.
An experience out of time, a parenthesis of calm and relaxation in the city.
Rustic-chic bistro with a glass facade where a star chef offers an eclectic menu with seasonal flavors.
The Marmottan museum, now Marmottan Monet museum, is a museum of fine arts located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.
Dishes from France and elsewhere refined, served in a vast space with trendy, eighteenth-century inspired decor.
Located in the heart of the 3rd district, at Bisou Bar, you will not find any drinks menu. Instead, the bartender will customize your cocktails depending on your preference and choice. All cocktails are served with an edible flower matching with the atmosphere of the eco-friendly bar.
Ex Nihilo Parisian boutique situated on the rue Saint-Honoré invites you to discover the art of personalization. You can develop your custom perfume by choosing different fragrances and leave with your own perfume bottle.
Sisley is a day spa that offers a relaxing and calming experience to people of all ages. The wide range of beauty and care services offered here are ideal if you are looking to pamper yourself.
Behind the glazed corner facade, that lets in plenty of natural light, the restaurant reveals a neat decor, appropriating the codes of the moment. Large marble counter, shiny open kitchen, beautiful lighting and designer furniture together complete the decor of this restaurant.
This museum presents the largest collection of impressionists works from the painter Monet and Berthe Morisot. This private mansion, owned by "musée des beaux arts", welcomes the largest collection in the World from the painter Monet bequeathed by Paul Marmottan, specifical collections from Napoleon period.
10:00am to 05:30pm Closed Mondays
You can visit Le Matignon at any time of the day, for a breakfast on the terrace, a brunch under the veranda or a cocktail at the club bar. For dinner, the Matignon highlights its muffled spaces, infusing refinement and sensual modernity. For a chic moment in modern gastronomy, DJ's punctuate the evenings to the sound of their remix.
A distinctive stay is guaranteed at the fully revamped Renaissance Paris La Défense. Newly refurbished spacious guest rooms offer chic French refinement with unique personal touches and first class modern amenities. The hotel is ideally situated in the heart of La Défense and at only 10 minutes from the city’s top attraction. Our resident Navigator Lyubov Lifanova is always available to share her local tips. The business attendees will also enjoy the 15 meeting spaces, entirely flexible, with daylight and high speed internet. The new modern and Parisian La Brasserie, Restaurant & Bar, offers French specialties elaborated with local products as well as signature plates and a breath-taking view on the iconic Grande Arche. For vibrant afterworks, visitors can enjoy a large French quality wines selection, local craft beers and delicious Tartines at the revamped lounge bar.
A temple for coffee lovers in the heart of Paris
Elegant seafood restaurant in Saint-Germain
The largest terrace in Paris on the rooftop of the Grande Arche gives you an unforgettable view of the " City of Light"
Two floors dedicated to French Gastronomy
This is a major municipal museum dedicated to modern & contemporary art of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Visit this institution in Paris where you can see and be seen while sipping craft cocktails.
La Caféothèque is a small coffee shop in a picturesque area near the river Seine. The cozy sitting space inside this cafe offers the right ambiance for enjoying piping hot coffee. You will be surprised by the diverse collection of coffee served here from across the globe. A true paradise for coffee lovers!
Located in the Beaupassage luxury restaurant area in Saint-Germain, MERSEA is dedicated to serving fresh and delicious seafood. The menu is curated by Michelin starred Chef Olivier Bellin. Stopping by this restaurant featuring minimalistic decor is a must for seafood lovers while in the city.
11h30 till 23h00
The Grande Arche de La Defense is not only a magnificent edifice and the symbol of the Parisian business district, but it is also a nice spot for a nice view. You can even enjoy a drink or have a bite while on the top. If you are passionate about photography you will be pleasantly surprised by the photo exhibitions hosted regularly up there.
Two last top floors of Department store Printemps Homme Haussmann have been recently renovated and now it is the place to enjoy of French delicacies. On the 7th floor there is a huge grocery store with all that you'd love to eat in France, and the 8th floor has bistro-type restaurant to enjoy the dishes and the view.
9h30 till 20h (Sunday 11h till 19h)
Located in the eastern wing of the "Palais de Tokyo", this amazing and huge museum includes more than 9000 works from different art movements that existed in the 20th and 21st centuries. Opened in 1961, the museum is one of the largest museums of modern and contemporary art in all of France.
You will be impressed both by the décor and the ambiance of the place! Sip cocktails at the feet of an 8-meter high Buddha who smiles at the guests and creates a peaceful atmosphere. With Jean Munes, the barman, you will discover some unpublished and unforgettable cocktails! A DJ is often dropping beats at this hip spot.