In January, all roads lead to Maison et Objet – the ultimate stage for everyone who’s into home decor, interior design and lifestyle culture. Known for its inspiring multiculturalism, impressive historical sights, unforgettable restaurants, phenomenal architecture, majestic gardens and infinite agenda for every taste, Paris just won’t let you down for a single second. This luxury guide brings you the best museums, showrooms, hotels, restaurants, sights and nightlife spots so stay tuned and have a memorable stay throughout Maison et Objet 2020!
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Functionality and aesthetics get merged together with this distinctive brand called Ligne Roset. Known for its collaborations with other interior design icons, Ligne Roset has an artful approach. With them, we can always expect surprising pieces and ambiances.
SILVERA has a track record of more than 25 years as a specialist in furniture design and home accessories in the UK, France and around the world. The cross-cultural product ranges offered by SILVERA are consciously created to make every type of project a reality and respond effectively to the needs and preferences of everyone.
Environmentally conscious design meets a bold way of doing things. Every Roche Bobois’ piece has its own personality and an authentic style. Modern decor is a richer world with brands like this, making Roche Bobois a true master of its art.
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Located right in front of the Marché aux Puces des Antiquités de Saint-Ouen, Covet Paris spared no reasons to fascinate you. The result is mesmerizing and now you can see it with your own eyes. Craftsmanship is our way of doing things, celebrating design with friends is our motto and inspiring the best interior design projects is our goal.
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Asian-inspired interiors and a tremendous modern feeling make Park Hyatt a distinctive stop for the luxury lover. Paris has a lot of treasures and, in this hotel, you can expect nothing but the finest in an unlimited journey of elegance. Unmissable!
Hotêl de Crillon
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Built in the 18th Century, Hotêl de Crillon stands up to the test of time. Although it was renovated not so long ago, some classic details remain and give this hotel an outstanding atmosphere. Majestic gardens, the Winter Garden tearoom and breathtaking signature suites will surely mesmerize you.
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The Mandarin Oriental brings the best of both contemporary and luxury worlds. Aiming for a unique lifestyle experience, be ready for some delightful moments with the ones you love the most. From the bedroom to the dining room, this is one of the best there is.
Four Seasons George V
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Near the Arc de Triomphe and the Tour Eiffel, the Four Seasons Hotel in Paris is as irresistible and opulent as it gets. The hotel has three restaurants that hold Michelin stars, making the experience so much more refined. A true icon in what comes to hospitality projects.
Alain Ducasse Au Plaza Athénée
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Alain Ducasse is a legend. This three-Michelin-starred restaurant takes an architectural approach to dining rooms in a stellar way. The furniture and the lighting make the setting a true delight and the food is just unbelievably good.
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Here’s a real heartbreaker of a restaurant. Located in the renowned Four Seasons Geroge V, Le Cinq is luxurious and welcoming in equal doses. Tones of gold, inspiring oil paintings and gorgeous flower arrangements tell the rest of the story.
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French cuisine is Le Meurice‘s specialty. A luxurious ambiance and a soulful atmosphere make this luxury restaurant a mandatory stop if you’re attending MO20. Truly unique and seductive, it has 2 Michelin stars.
Le Jules Verne
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Last but not least, Le Jules Verne is a lifestyle phenomenon. Towering above the Parisian boulevards on the second level of the Tour Eiffel, this restaurant has its modern decor by Patrick Jouin and the cuisine by Alain Ducasse. Nothing can wrong with these two!
Le Comptoir Général
In a hidden spot just steps away from the picturesque and trendy Canal Saint-Martin, Le Comptoir Général is an old barn turned into a trendy setting. With a salon and a public library indoors, Le Comptoir Général is like a “ghetto museum”. No way you can miss it!
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Very classic and luxurious, Les Ombres is a rooftop bar and restaurant that serves creative French cuisine along with fine wines and tasty cocktails. As you can see, it has a beautiful view of the city with the Eiffel Tower on the back – it couldn’t get any more romantic than this! It opens daily for lunch and dinner.
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Old-world charm with tufted leather banquettes and bar stools? Exactly! The Bar Hemingway has a warm, welcoming atmosphere that makes it a mandatory stop for every bon vivant visiting Paris for the first time. And yes, Ernest Hemingway used to make it the epicenter of his Parisian life.
Le Syndicat may look scrappy on the outside but we promise a rewarding experience awaits for you on the inside. Located in one of the coolest neighborhoods in town, Le Syndicat will stun you with its friendly character and relaxed mood. Plus, the cocktails are the best of all!
Château de Versailles
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The Château de Versailles has been listed as a World Heritage Site for 30 years and is one of the greatest achievements in French 17th Century art. It was the principal royal residence of France from 1682, under Louis XIV, until the start of the French Revolution in 1789, under Louis XVI. Prepare yourself to be surprised!
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Also known as the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, Sacré Couer is a stunning landmark at the top of the hill of Montmartre. Whether you’re an architecture enthusiast or a believer, you will love the Sacré Coeur where art and worship are mixed together.
L’Arc de Triomphe
L’Arc de Triomphe is one of the most famous monuments in Paris, standing at the western end of the Champs-Élysees. Designed by Jean Chalgrin in 1806, it set the tone for public monuments with triumphant patriotic messages. Another Parisian treasure!
How could you possibly skip Tour Eiffel? You just can’t! Designed by Gustave Eiffel, it has become a global cultural icon of France and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. All we can say is that the view from up there is just breathtaking!
Centre Georges Pompidou
Open since 1977, the Centre Georges Pompidou is a hymn to modern and contemporary art. Besides being one of the city’s most distinctive buildings, it’s also home for inspiring works by Picasso or Matisse. There, you can also find a gallery for children, an art bookshop, a cinema and a restaurant.
Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
The Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris is where art deco furniture gets mixed with an international display of contemporary art. There are also often excellent temporary exhibitions. It belongs to the Paris Museum Network and it’s definitely a good place to start your art trip.
Giving space to the Impressionist and Post-impressionist masterpieces on the top floor, it has Art Nouveau galleries downstairs. Blending different styles is what makes the Musée d’Orsay such a jaw-dropping experience. Consider buying tickets ahead to avoid the endless queues.
Musée du Louvre
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The Musée du Louvre is the biggest art museum in the world and also a historical monument that should be seen by everyone. It receives millions of visitors every year and has approximately 38,000 art pieces from prehistory to the 21st Century. Art makes the world so much better!
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