Paris deserves its reputation as the most romantic city in the world and most suitable destination for a Luxury Travel
Paris is the home of culture, fashion and art, in its streets you can find famous architectural landmarks such as Eifel Tower, Louvre Museum and Arc de Triomphe that are able to bring up the whole city’s landscape by themselves. Paris is the place that most of us travelers wants to visit at least once in a lifetime… you can literally find anything, a cosy café, a chic boutique, a busy boulevard or one of a kind luxury hotels each corner.
Paris is the home of great food and design. A place where incredible luxury restaurants make us fall on our knees not only for the outstanding, high-quality service but also, the interior design. If you’re planning to visit Paris, you should at least consider these places below for a perfect luxury travel.
In a building that served as a pleasure house during the Belle Époque, one of the most lavish and licentious pages in the history of Paris has been brought to life. Jacques Garcia has proved its gift in creating athmospheres of unmatched elegance. His unrestrained thinking granted him the freedom to design this luxury hotel, inspired by houses of carnal pleasure. Maison Souquet is a combination of Arabian Style with a Napoleon III push in an electic collection of furniture, artwork and paintings whose authencity infuses the spirit of the place, magical and enchanting. A bold combination of colors and materials that leaves any visitor and luxury design lover speachless.
After several months of refurbishing, the Plaza Athénée hotel has reopened its doors and with it, the restaurant Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée. There, Alain Ducasse represents the naturalness cuisine inspired by the fish-vegetables- cerals trilogy with the help of his chef Romain Meder. Healthier andmore natural, revealing the produces’ original flavour, from the noble to the humble, all exceptional. The dining room is a gem- designed by Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku – where all is softness of curves, materials and contents. Everywhere is wonder in the remarkable quality of the pieces created with an absolute attention to every detail, a formidable representation of the craftsman’s expertise ending up with stunning crystal chandeliers.
“We are witnessing a remarkable representation of craftsmen expertise. Man’s hand and at the service of beauty transcends form and matter”
A luxury travel needs great music! Opéra Garnier is a 1979 seat opera house which was built in 1875. It used to be called the Salle des Capucines sinceits location was on the Boulevard des Capucines in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. In recognition of its artchitect, Charles Garnier is now known with this name. Its interior design consists of interweaving corridors, stairwells, alcoves and landings allowing the movement of large numbers of people. Rich with velvet, gold leaf, and cherubim and nymphs, the interior is characteristic of Baroque sumptuousness. Simply stunning.