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Top 8 most romantic Paris hotels

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Paris.

Romance.

You see different letters and you hear different sounds but they actually mean the same. A Paris holiday is perfect if you want to experience great food, a sophisticated lifestyle, and a breath taking romantic getaway with your partner.

Choosing the best Paris hotel is really a tough task since there are so many great choices. You can go for something modern, something historical, something chic, or to a Paris budget hotel. We listed some of the best known romantic Paris hotels for you:

 

The Five Hotel


This Paris hotel will really give you a unique experience like no other. This is a design hotel inside and out and the perfect words to describe their concept– scintillating, magical, romantic! The rooms have a modern and classy color schemes which makes good use of glass and optic fibers. You may find the rooms a bit small but the price is budget friendly as well.


Best Wine Bars in Paris

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The Paris wine bar scene is being reinvented. Here comes the beautiful bottles of wine and great food. We line up some of the new wine bars that you must not miss if you are in Paris and some of the old ones that are a must.

Le Gard Robe

This is a little wine shop proximate to the Louvre. Have some sardines, pork terrine, or andouille sausage and ask for their wines from Domaine dela Grange des Peres.

Alfred

Back in 2004, William Abitbol lost his bid to seek a seat at the European Parliament so he focused his attention on business. Just across the lovely gardens of the Palais Royal, he established Alfred. He serves wines made by his friends who are also deviating from their usual careers. For example, you can get a good bottle of Provencal rose L’apostrophe which is a sweet blend of Carignane, Grenache, and Cinsault.


Top 5 Ultimate Luxury Trips

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If you were one of the ten richest men in the world, below are the best ways to liquidate at least a fraction of your money. After all your hard work, you’d want to lavish yourself with the world’s most extravagant tours. Below are the tours which made it to our big spenders’ list of favorites.

A Bourbon’s Experience of Paris

Paris is Paris: it’s the most celebrated City of Lights. It’s the epitome of romance and class around the globe, but Paris is not just Paris if you have the money for it. For about $300,000 or $1800 an hour, you can spend a week in Paris like one of the royalties in the House of Bourbon. That includes private jets, a prime suit at the Ritz, a personal chauffer, special private tours, 24/7 concierge, and dinner reservations at Paris’ swankiest joints.


Paris Luxury Hotels

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Paris is a beautiful and charming city, and there are so many things to see and do it is well worth a visit. Paris is famous for its chic lifestyle, and there are plenty of top class hotels you can stay in, that are the height of luxury and elegance.

Here are a few of the best Paris luxury hotels currently available:

Hotel Intercontinental Le Grand Paris

Hotel Intercontinental Le Grand Paris


Top 3 Cities that are Every Collector’s Haven

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Some people travel for the landscape, others for the night scene. If you’re the type of traveler though who can’t go home empty-handed because you simply must add something to your collection, whatever it may be, then you shouldn’t miss out on these collector’s havens. These cities will certainly satisfy all of your cravings.

Photography and San Francisco


Without a doubt, San Francisco is home to the most valuable collections of photography. The galleries here are neither overpriced nor intimidating, so even if you’re just starting a small collection at home, you’ll surely cozy up to the idea of scouring the collections here.
If you’re a newcomer in SF trying to take the unbeaten path, you should go straight to Gallery 291. Interesting printing techniques using gums, gelatin and platinum are showcased in this joint. You can even take a look at the gallery owner’s office to see works by Jock Sturges and Ansel Adams.


Travel Guide: Paris holiday in July

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A Paris holiday in July can get pretty exciting. We remind you that tourism in the City of Lights is at its peak this month and their museums and other Paris best destinations can get pretty crowded. The locals though will most likely be having an exodus, having a vacation in Spain or the French Riviera. So July can be pretty nice for tourists and travelers while the locals get pretty claustrophobic of their beautiful city.

The weather in Paris will be around 15 degrees Celsius through 25 degrees Celsius so walking around the city will not be an issue. The sunny terraces are very inviting for those who want to enjoy a glass of drink. You may also be lucky to catch some items for your collections back home since there are a lot of good deals to grab during some Paris summer sales.


The Best Oyster Bars in the World

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There is so much meat in the world and there is only so much of it we can eat before the taste fatigue comes in or the faintly detected health issues come out. When you get tired of eating chicken, pork and meat, the best recourse would be to scope out how seafood is being served up.

For that sudden piscetarian streak in your appetite, there is nothing better to try than an oyster bar. Check out the best oyster bars and see if there is one right in your corner.

United States Oyster Bars

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Top 10 of the Best Party Hotels

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Part of what defines a getaway is the freedom from responsibility. A new place, some refreshing faces and warm bodies, no reservations. Cutting away the puppet strings from the people we have to answer to and the paperwork on our desks is what a vacation should be. So spread your wings a little and go wild in one of the best venues in the country – the hotel.

Believe it or not hotels have the most chill places to lounge or bump and grind the night away. There are the infinity pools, rooftop bars selling the most knockout drinks, the restaurants and hotel-based clubs which only allow A-listers to go through and not to mention the grand rooms which can house concerts or large events. In this list we have compiled the best places to get down for a wild night.