James Tissot and his "Parisiennes"
Posté le 20 July 2020 dans What to see
For its reopening, the Musée d'Orsay makes you discover this French painter who marked his time.
Little moment apart, at the heart of the most luxury quarter in Paris .....
Like a tiny private mansion, le Petit Madeleine kept preciously the standards of the little Parisian Hotel in a new and original composition of past and present
It offers 23 rooms all unique and differently decorated
For a night or more, experience the cosiness of being hosted like in a friends’ house. Le Petit Madeleine will put the utmost attention to your wellbeing : destination... your happiness.
Become a Parisian for a short stay at Le Petit Madeleine and discover the city of lights and romance
Because our rooms whisper to you a different story every night...
Posté le 9 July 2020 dans Where to have a drink | or dinner
LOULOU, the new restaurant at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs boasts a unique and privileged location at the heart of the Palais du Louvre.
LOULOU’s décor is the handiwork of Joseph Dirand, with his most unusual world where a culture of beauty and aesthetics is mixed most naturally with a sense of authenticity and of hospitality.
Posté le 5 February 2020 dans Where to have a drink | or dinner
The second branch of hte popular Daroco restaurant recently opened in the 16th quarter and it is already quite a hit with Parisians. Daroco 16 doesn't stray from what made it so popular when it first opened in the Bourse neighbourhood, serving the same delicious Italian cuisine.