Located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, the Avenue Montaigne is one of the world’s most prestigious shopping addresses.
Less than four years after its opening, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris has been granted an official ‘Palace Distinction’.
After several months of renovation and construction, the Peninsula Paris will open on August 1.
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.
Each floor in the Hôtel du Continent in Paris is dedicated to a different continent.
Icehotel Suite by Les Ateliers De Germaine Recreates the Rooftops of Paris.
The Ritz Paris offers a sneak peek at its updated décor through its brand new website.
Guerlain has revamped its Paris flagship store at the brand’s historic address: 68 Avenue des Champs-Élysées.
A clever new card to make your purchases at reduced prices, the Paris City Passport Shopping gives a reduction of 10% in participating stores.
Luxury menswear brand Berluti inaugurated last week its new flagship store in Paris at 14 Rue de Sèvres.
To mark the launch of its latest games console, Microsoft France will transform the Hôtel O in Paris into a space dedicated entirely to the Xbox One.
Over the weekend of November 2 and 3, guests at the InterContinental Hotel Paris Le Grand will have the chance to attend a master class with world-renowned photographer Craig Easton.
Paris, Dubai and Rome have emerged as the favorite travel destinations outside Asia among Chinese tourists, the largest outbound travel market in the world.
Shang Xia, the Chinese subsidiary of Hermès International, will open its first French store in Paris’s ultra-chic Saint-Germain-des-Près neighborhood on September 12.
American fashion designer Ralph Lauren is set to come to the rescue of the famous art school, the École des Beaux-Arts, with a multi-million dollar gift to help restore the site in Paris’s Latin Quarter.