Mot-clé : Paris

March 2020
Hotel Monsieur George, Paris. Mars 2020. Plume Voyage Magazine #plumevoyage @plumevoyagemagazine @plumevoyage © Benoit Linero

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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December 2019
Restaurant l’Assagio Paris. décembre 2019. Plume Voyage Magazine #plumevoyage @plumevoyagemagazine @plumevoyage © DR

A break december – travel with the truffle knights restaurant L’Assagio

For a motionless trip, just the way Plume Voyage likes them, just go to rue Cambon. These days, a powerful fragrance will take your imagination to the hills of Alba, in the Italian Piedmont.

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November 2019
Restaurant Odette, Maison Rostang, Paris. news parisiennes novembre 2019. Plume Voyage Magazine #plumevoyage @plumevoyagemagazine @plumevoyage © Restaurant Odette

news parisiennes novembre 2019 – Odette: like at home

Nestled between the undulating wooden walls of the 5-star boutique hotel Maison Albar Hôtel Le Pont Neuf run by Maison Rostang, this urban table has just offered itself a new chef in its kitchens.

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July 2017
Mancora, le Pérou s’invite chez LECLAIREUR. juin 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DRR

A short break june 2017 – Máncora: Peru is celebrated at LECLAIREUR!

This time, it is not a brand new couture label! The emblematic concept store is celebrating Peruvian gastronomy between its walls by hosting a Ceviche bar orche

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June 2017
L’hôtel Eiffel Blomet. PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Bruno Comtesse

A short break june 2017 – The Eiffel Blomet Hotel pays tribute to the Art Deco style

Located in the 15th arrondissement just behind the Eiffel Tower, this elegant four-star hotel has undergone a complete renovation under the skilful work of the architect Bruno Borrione.

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June 2017
Boutique Yvonne Léon, Paris rive gauche. PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

Short break june 2017 – The designer Yvonne Léon settles on the left bank

First eponymous address for the young jeweler Yvonne Léon who chose Saint Germain to display her jewels paved with pearls and precious stones. This beautiful gem

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June 2017
Restaurant Le Camondo Paris. Juin 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Le Camondo

News june 2017 – Discover the (still) secret terrace of the Camondo

There are museum restaurants which offer a minimum service, the chef addresses and then there is Le Camondo. Opened only a few days ago, this new place should quickly

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News June 217 – Alan Geaam, new gastronomic address in the 16th arrondissement

We had discovered Alain Geaam and his generous cuisine at his restaurant Les Halles (AG Les Halles). His new restaurant has been installed for a few weeks in the

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June 2017
Steinway & Sons ouvre son show room à Paris. Juin 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Steinway & Sons

A short break june 2017 – Steinway & Sons opens its showroom in Paris

12 000 different pieces, one year of manufacture and 80% of the work done by hand: if Steinway & Sons manufactures the best pianos in the world it is not quite a coincidence!

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Short break june 2017 – Let’s relax at the REcyclerie!

Located in the 18th arrondissement, where the old station of Ornano used to be, the REcyclerie is set inside a beautiful space of 4000m2. Dedicated to recreation

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May 2017
MERCI célèbre les 70 ans du bikini à la piscine Molitor. Mai 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © MERCI

A Break may 2017 – MERCI is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the bikini!

Made popular by swimmer and actress Esther Williams, actresses Ava Gardner and Rita Hayworth or even the sublime Ursula Andress in the “James Bond vs. Dr. No » movie, the bikini is an iconic piece in the women’s wardrobe. Revealing women shapes, its suggestive cut was scandalous back in the days. Since then, the bikini has become a common piece and appears as a guest in every swimwear collection. The MERCI concept store pays tribute to it by dedicating a beautiful space that looks like a pool and feels like holidays!

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May 2017
Facade Tsuba Hôtel Paris. mai 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © GILLES TRILLARD

A Break May 2017 – A stop at the Tsuba Hotel Paris

Located in the heart of the Ternes in the 17th arrondissement, this four-star hotel fills the walls of a splendid building dating from 1926. Designed by Sybille Holmberg and Victoire Blocman of the Architecture Architecture Agency who have revisited the spirit of the Art Deco era, this establishment draws a chic and soothing lifestyle, highly seductive and deliciously romantic.

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November 2015
Pâtisserie des Rêves © DR @ Plume Voyage Magazine

Parisian News November 2015

Some sweetness again this week with praline chocolates from the Pâtisserie des rêves, the fashion cocktails from Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe, the Paris snacks from the hotel Nell or the gourmet specialties from the Alsace Christmas Market in Paris. But also great gourmet addresses: La Mandragore in Montmartre, the Régalade that changes of address and the good initiative of Châteaux & Hôtels Collection for the Restaurants du Coeur.

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June 2015

It’s Now June 2015

To round off this month of June, we invite you to immerse yourself in Paul Durant Ruel’s impressionist exhibition in Philadelphia, to discover the work of English sculptor Barbara Hepworth at the Tate Britain, or explore the bittersweet criticism of Markiewcz from Luxembourg at the Venice Biennale and the work of André Putman for the CAPC in Bordeaux.

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June 2014
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It’s Now June 2014

To start off the month of June, PLUME VOYAGE invites you to discover, Paris especially, “Cosmogarden / Midnight Spaghetti” by Aki Kuroda at the Lazarew Gallery, a dialogue between Anish Kapoor and James Lee Byars at the Galerie Kamel Mennour, creations in mixed soil by Hilda Hellström at the Bensimon Gallery and on the occasion of its tenth anniversary, the Jeu de Paume museum presents images of Oscar Munoz, artist Kati Horna alongside those by Kati Horna. Enjoy the trip. Go on, it’s happening now!

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