Traveling is good, but traveling with tips from local people is much better. See the tips below from my local friend from Paris, Nicolas Las.
As the first thing to decide before traveling is the hotel that you should stay in, let’s start with Nicolas’s nominees:
- Four Seasons George V
The Four Seasons George V is a little more than a special version of the most acclaimed hotel chain in the world.
Ideally located just a few steps from the Champs Elysees, this hotel offers a private terrace overlooking the city for its guests, as well as three award-winning restaurants, a winter garden, a bar, and state-of-the-art SPA.
- Le Bristol
Le Bristol is a luxurious and award-winning hotel on the charming Champs-Elysées boulevard, featuring one of the best SPA and wellness center, two award-winning restaurants and city-view accommodation, plus a rooftop pool overlooking the tower Eiffel.
- The Peninsula
The charm of the Peninsula is undoubtedly the 22-meter indoor pool on the hotel’s rooftop with 360 ° panoramic views of Paris. On the Peninsula, guests have access to the Spa and Gym, as well as 3 on-site restaurants.
The hotel is located in a luxurious palace, where guests have access to an exclusive 5-star Dior Institute-Spa. The on-site restaurants are not to be missed, all are supervised by Michelin-starred chef Adlain Ducasse.
Now we can choose the places to eat, right? For this Nicolas pointed us to the restaurants: Le Relais de l’entrecôte, a steakhouse; Relais Louis XIII, traditional French cuisine; Le Bambou Paris, Asian cuisine; Restaurant monsieur bleu, traditional French cuisine. In addition to the bars: Secret 8, my beloved Buddha Bar, the Ballroom at the beef club and the Angelina.
To enjoy the trip the best way he also pointed us to the most popular nightclubs in Paris and the museums that can not be left out.
During the night you can enjoy the ballads: Medelin, L’arC, Le Matignon and Manko. During the day, visit the museums, Le Louvre, Musée du Quai Branly, Le musée d’Orsay, Institut du Monde Arabe, and Musée Picasso.
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