France

LE RELAIS BERNARD LOISEAU COMPLETES FIRST PHASE OF MAJOR REDESIGNS

New York – July 21, 2022: Le Relais Bernard Loiseau, the renowned 5-star countryside Relais…

Experience 18th Century Royal Life at Airelles Château de Versailles, Le Grand Contrôle
Experience 18th Century Royal Life at Airelles Château de Versailles, Le Grand Contrôle

Photo by Renée Kemps There is history in the walls of Airelles Château de Versailles,…

LA COMPAGNIE MOVES BASE OF OPERATIONS

To inaugurate the big news of La Compagnie moving operation to Paris Orly Airport from Charles de Gaulle, the boutique all business class airline…

SHOWING SOME PARISIAN LOVE AT LE MEURICE

The city of love, fashion capital, literary paradise, Paris has many different guises and it comes as no surprise people say Paris is always a good…

Mount to Mount Resuscitation

Apex, summit, zenith… it’s difficult to avoid allusions to altitude when referring to outstanding events. Whether it’s the ‘highpoint’ of a journey or the ‘peak’ of one’s career, excellence is something that hangs perpetually overhead.

A Sleeper Hit

Without warning, the baritone voice had gone off in my head:
“From the People who brought you Cannes Jury Prize winner, Queen Margot, and the Academy Award winner A Man and a Woman, comes an all new rollicking adventure for cinephiles and travelers alike: Sebastopol 123.

Saint James Paris: Bubbles Set in Stone

“Come meet me in the sky”, sings Lily Allen in her recent hit single Air Balloon – an escapist anthem that asks us to enter an alternate universe in which ‘monkeys run off from zoos’ and ‘ceilings turn into floors’.

Nell’s Bells: Hotel De Nell Paris

‘Luxurious?’ Not in that typically gauche way. ‘Opulent?’ –Wrong track; nothing vainglorious. ‘Posh?’ Well, for a five star hotel with the finest design and amenities it’s actually more friendly than snobby. Elite…? Yes, certainly; but not in that trying-hard-to-make-an-impression kind of way – nothing parvenu about it.

Nell’s Bells: Hotel De Nell Paris

‘Luxurious?’ Not in that typically gauche way. ‘Opulent?’ –Wrong track; nothing vainglorious. ‘Posh?’ Well, for a five star hotel with the finest design and amenities it’s actually more friendly than snobby. Elite…? Yes, certainly; but not in that trying-hard-to-make-an-impression kind of way – nothing parvenu about it.

Nell’s Bells: Hotel De Nell Paris

‘Luxurious?’ Not in that typically gauche way. ‘Opulent?’ –Wrong track; nothing vainglorious. ‘Posh?’ Well, for a five star hotel with the finest design and amenities it’s actually more friendly than snobby. Elite…? Yes, certainly; but not in that trying-hard-to-make-an-impression kind of way – nothing parvenu about it.