Stay in Paris: Hotel Opéra Richepanse

          Hotel Opera Richepanse is a fully-renovated and nicely-furnished boutique hotel situated in the center of Paris. Just a few steps away from the hotel, you will find Rue Saint-Honoré, Madeleine, Opera, Concorde, and Tuileries..         It was such a delight checking into my gorgeous Family Suite. TheContinue reading “Stay in Paris: Hotel Opéra Richepanse”

Stay in Paris: Hotel Saint-Marc

  Located in the heart of Paris, Hotel Saint-Marc is a chic boutique hotel with a garden, a swimming pool and a spa.         Hotel Saint-Marc was designed by one of the trendiest architectural firms, Dimore Studio, a name you might recognize if you are a huge design lover like me. So naturally,Continue reading “Stay in Paris: Hotel Saint-Marc”

Stay in Paris: Splendid Étoile

      If you are looking for a hotel with the best view of the Arc de Triomphe, look no further. Hôtel Splendid Étoile is a 4-star hotel located just a few steps away from the majestic monument and Avenue Champs-Elysees, making it a perfect location especially for first-time visitors to Paris.    Continue reading “Stay in Paris: Splendid Étoile”

Stay in Paris: Le Pavillon de la Reine

    Le Pavillon de la Reine, located in the heart of Le Marais district, is a privately-owned five-star hotel with rich history and sophistication.       Hidden behind a discrete entrance on Place des Vosges (often referred to as the most beautiful square in the world), Le Pavillon de la Reine is theContinue reading “Stay in Paris: Le Pavillon de la Reine”

Where to Brunch in Paris

        Holybelly There are only two places in the world where I would voluntarily order pancakes and they are 1) Clinton Street Baking Co. in NYC, and 2) Holybelly in Paris. Don’t even bother looking at the menu, because you know you’re getting the “Savory Stack” pancakes, with bacon, fried eggs, Bourbon butterContinue reading “Where to Brunch in Paris”

10 Best Cafes in Paris

. . . When you think of Paris, it’s usually the croissants, wine, cheese you think of; not coffee. That’s because this city was traditionally renowned for its weak and sour espresso, however, that has slowly but surely been changing, thanks to specialist baristas bringing new wave to the Paris coffee scene. Being a huge coffee lover,Continue reading “10 Best Cafes in Paris”