Where best to eat and sleep in the city over the Seine? We have these new tips.
The recently opened luxurious hotel La Réserve, situated in the building of former Maxim's, will please you with its rich but also very noble and exquisitely furnished interiors. No surprise, as Jacques Garcia, a well-known decorator, took care of it (he also arranged the Costes hotel for example). It features a Grand Palais suite (200 sq. m) with its bathroom window offering a beautiful view of Paris. There is also a spa and a swimming pool at your disposal. As well, Le Gabriel – the local restaurant run by the chef Jerome Banctel, is totally worth experiencing! 42, avenue Gabriel, 75008.
More here: www.lareserve-paris.com
Those who prefer contemporary design should certainly check out Cinq Codet hotel near The House of Invalides. Its stunning interiors were created under the direction of Jean-Philippe Nuel, who is a big admirer of contemporary art. He invited selected artists to create special art pieces exclusively for this hotel. One of those artists was also Christophe Dugied, some of whose impressive photos are also available in our gallery. 5, rue Louis Codet, 75007
More here: www.le5codet.com
The list of the most popular restaurants in the city was enlarged by the new Caffè Stern starting from this autumn. It has been noticed even by the great Alain Ducasse, who enlisted it among his favorite ones. This was a form of giving credits to Massimiliano Alajmo – one of the best young Italian chefs. You'll find this restaurant in one of the most beautiful Parisian passages. Its interiors can entertain and inspire you just as well as Fornasetti exhibition. For example a stuffed wolf-like-looking animal with a glittering necklace (by Philippe Starck) can be found here. Caffè Stern, 47, Passage des Panoramas, 75002, tel .: 01 75 43 63 10
More here: www.caffestern.fr