Paris’s landmark art déco hotel, Le Lutetia, closed on Monday for renovations that will take three years and cost nearly 100 million euros.
Istanbul has emerged as the top destination in a ranking that serves as a barometer of the most popular travel hotspots trending around the world.
Singapore has jumped to the top of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) ranking of the world’s most expensive cities.
The Mandarin Oriental in Paris has developed a €1,000 hotel package that includes a private shopping experience at upscale department store Printemps.
A mansion in Paris’ Sixth Arrondissement has been listed for $47.4 million.
London, Paris and Toronto are Americans’ favorite international destinations.