We'll take two suites, s'il vous plait.
I recently spent a few days in Paris, at the height of the summer. It was beastly hot, and the downside of Paris being voted the #1 tourist destination is, well... tourists - an overcrowded, cacophonic abundance of them. Yet I had a fairly blissful trip.
The rooms aren't totally free -- guests can book a stay in any of the hotels online for a flat fee of 17 Euros, or about
A few fine hotels agreed to share what goes into their star summer sippers, so you could try mixing them up at home and whet your parched palates.
Budget travelers heading to Paris this summer don't need to sacrifice location when searching for an affordable bed for the night.
Sometimes, a good hotel (whether or not you're lodging there) touches all the right buttons. And sometimes, as we found on a March trip to Paris, a department store is just the ticket.
A new bar that's opened on the 34th floor of Paris' Concorde La Fayette hotel is offering unparalleled views of the City
I thought she was joking when my friend Ann Lawlor told me to look for the house cat upon checking into Hotel Le Bristol in Paris.
I believe that Paris has the most luxurious hotels, restaurants, shops and homes anywhere. I am going to take you on a journey to some of the most lavish and fabulous hotels, restaurants, shops and homes.
At L'Hotel -- once a faded rose, where Oscar Wilde died -- there's now a dramatic six-story rotunda in the foyer and a private dipping pool and hamman, or Turkish bath.