A Luxury Collection Destination, France
A cosmopolitan capital of food, wine, and nearly every imaginable artistic pursuit, the City of Light has long been a destination for artists and dreamers, from cobbled streets to grands boulevards, sidewalk cafés to romantic brasseries, medieval churches to Renaissance palaces.
Paris’ many Christmas markets turn the city festive and bring Gallic holiday traditions to life; one of the largest and most celebrated lines the Champs-Élysées for nearly two months.
One of the world’s foremost collections of films and film memorabilia, the Cinémathèque Française hosts an exhibition dedicated to the history of filmmaking, in the city that invented it.
This highly anticipated exhibition at the iconic Grand Palais brings together works by Mexico’s most famous artists from the early 20th century, including Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Rufino Tamayo.
Discover the latest in haute couture fashion in the most stylish city in the world at the runway shows of the world’s top designers.
Every other Thursday evening, the stretch of the Boulevard de Belleville between the Couronnes and Ménilmontant metro stations turns into a lively market of street food from around the world.
For six weeks twice a year, France has national, government-mandated sales, making it a very popular shopping destination.
For one night each fall, Paris stays out until sunrise for one of the world’s premiere contemporary art festivals, with museums open all night and large-scale public art installations around the city.
Every summer, the world’s premier tennis players – and most ardent tennis fans – descend on Paris for the tournament better known as the French Open.
One of Europe’s premier film festivals attracts world-renowned filmmakers and films to its three days of screenings each spring, which are supplemented by year-round talks and events.
Discover the best of Paris’ theater, visual arts, cinema, dance, opera, and more during this world-renowned, season-long arts festival, now in its 45th year.
Fine dining, seasonal ingredients, unpretentious French flavors, some of the world’s best wines, and glamorous decor unite in this Michelin-starred restaurant at the Prince de Galles.
In an interplay of contrasts between Art Deco and contemporary interior design, Bar Les Heures offers timeless elegance, award-winning cuisine, and signature cocktails.
Stéphanie Le Quellec’s Mediterranean cuisine pairs with the hotels’ renowned (and meticulously restored) Gentil & Bourdet mosaic in this airy, lush courtyard.
Winner of the inaugural season of France’s “Top Chef,” Le Quellec creates an exquisite gastronomic experience based on seasonal produce and culinary accents from the south of France.
With its manicured hedges and bubbling fountains, the Place des Vosges is a peaceful oasis in the heart of the historic Marais neighborhood. Join the locals in picnicking on the grassy square and admiring the surrounding townhouses, which were built by Henri IV and inaugurated in 1612 for the wedding of Louis XIII.
Designed to welcome the Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VIII) in 1928, the hotel is one of the city’s 20th-century architectural landmarks, and has hosted the likes of Elvis Presley and Winston Churchill.
Indulge your senses with a personalized spa and wellness treatment in the serene Wellness Suite by Olivier Lecocq, complete with a private hammam and natural Unique Elixir Paris products.
Inspired by the flavorful simplicity of Southern French cuisine, Michelin-starred chef Stéphanie Le Quellec has shaped La Scène restaurant into a gastronomic destination highlighting exceptional ingredients.