Sujet / City breaks

Four new Parisian hotels that are making a difference – March 2020

Nestled in the capital’s vibrant and attractive districts, these hotels with their strong characters elegantly embody a new generation of urban establishments. In keeping with the times, they are a sign of a fine art of living, asserting themselves through their meticulous decoration and offering seductive and sophisticated services. By Sandra Serpero.

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A break december 2019 – A beautiful escape to Geneva at Hotel D

Geneva is the second most populated city in Switzerland after Zurich and is one of the most charismatic locations. The family group Diana Hôtels Collection, which

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A break october 2019 – Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez

Shellfish and crustaceans celebrate the end of summer. In Saint-Tropez, on the first weekend of October, for a whole week, ships, crews, captains, helmsmen, amateurs and sailors, everything that sailing has to offer can be found in the bay for the last races

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Wander around June 2019 – Washington, THE OTHER AMERICA

It is a discreet America, the one where the heart of power sits. We are here neither in the dazzling New York, nor in the glamorous and touristic West, nor even in those more rustic states regularly put forward to explain the Trump vote. We are in fact in an affluent and democratic region, with an unexpected way of life

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A break May 2019 – Paris the Seine, Paris the party!

In order to enjoy the sunny days, leave the city’s pavements and head for the Seine! This season, these open-air spots by the water’s edge are becoming more attractive than ever. Under the Parisian sky, they exhale a breath of freedom, give free rein to our desires and demonstrate a beautiful art of living. Let the summer begin! By Sandra Serpero.

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A break March 2019 – Les Bords de Mer

Marseille taxi drivers remember it still. They talk about it with tremolos in their voices. « Before, it was called the Richelieu. It was a hotel from the 1930s, a beautiful address that had become a little outdated.

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A break march 2019 – 11-Quebec

We go to the top of rue Saint-Laurent, on the Mile-End side, an industrial district in the midst of real estate and artistic boom, where the old factories are invested by artists and start-ups.

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A break march 2019 – QUEBEC AT THE HEART

Vibrante, trépidante, créative, avec la plus grande concentration d’artistes au Canada, Montréal est aussi la porte d’entrée de vastes étendues naturelles intactes. Dès la première occasion, les urbains foncent vers les Parcs Nationaux ou les pourvoiries.

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A break february 2019 – Mariage Frères London, Tea Land

The famous Parisian tea house, Mariage Frères, founded in 1854, finally opens its doors in London, an extraordinary setting that welcomes the best teas in the world.

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A break june 2017 – 2-Auberge des Templiers A “chic countryside”

The 17 rooms and 8 suites have all been renovated in a “chic countryside” style and give pride to modern comforts. Then there is the swimming pool which

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A Break June 2017 – A summer in Le Havre: the arty 500th anniversary of the Normandy port!

16 june 2017 A summer in Le Havre: the arty 500th anniversary of the Normandy port! This summer hot spot? No, it’s not Saint-Tropez, Portofino or San Diego. It is in Le Havre that you must go and participate in the arty summer event! Does the idea seem absurd to you? Yes, it’s true, but […]

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A short break may 2017 – My Little Paris is opening its summer house in Montmartre

Slowing down, reconnecting with simplicity, savoring the moment, developing creativity: it may tell you something? These are the principles of slow life. The good news? My Little Paris will celebrate

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A WALK under the arcades of the Tuileries 13

And then, to end on a perfect touch, we let our hands taken by Causse, the glove maker. In this house founded in 1892, we can imagine the hands of the beautiful ladies before us … Just like them, we can not resist these true hands jewels made of lamb leather, sewn with care. And we say to ourselves: Yes, Paris does fit like a glove!

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A WALK under the arcades of the Tuileries 12

The square is closing with the optician who thinks big, the Meyrowitz boutique opened during the inauguration of the Palais Garnier in 1875. Here, the models created by the house were worn by the first aviators or mountaineers (the famous Gogles), by a famous painter (Claude Monet’s blue glasses), and also by Puyi, the last Emperor of China (the PY model), as many models sometimes re-edited and preserved in a small museum, the only Glasses museum in Paris, to discover.

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A WALK under the arcades of the Tuileries 11

Further down the street, a second skin is waiting for you: at Stouls, stretch leather that goes through a machine and sticks to the body, like a glove, in pure shapes and sober colors. Fiercely sexy. We leave the Holy Land to find a victorious Napoleon in the Rue de Castiglione, evoking the battle that Bonaparte won over the Austrians on August 5th, 1796.

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