Yoga is more en vogue than ever, and Paris has loads of options for practicing in style. From plush chill zones with design sofas and cold pressed juices, to candle-lit spaces to enhance zen.
Here are the most chic studios in Paris to fulfill your two loves: Yoga and design accents.
Once upon a time, heritage brands didn’t know how to tackle social media. They were precocious, demanded a lot of attention and (shock-horror) they were mass-market! So how do the world’s most prestigious brands maintain their covetable status online? We look at four international names to discover how they innovate using social media…
You’re done with the hostel life, hotels are too same-same and Airbnbs are often rather different when you turn up… so, what else is there? Well, Paris Boutik has created something that’s bang in between the two. The luxury and originality of a boutique hotel, with the intimacy and freedom of an Airbnb.
Here, at Time Out Paris, we enjoy a cake or two. Don't think we're alone there... So, imagine the excitement at meeting the world's best pastry chef! Thankfully, he's here in Paris.
Renowned for his beautiful, precise and often mind-boggling creations, at the young age of 32, Cédric Grolet has been voted the Meilleur Pâtissier du Monde in 2017. We sat down with him to talk about heading up the pastry kitchen of the iconic hotel Le Meurice, his new book, career journey, and what it really take...
Parisians are known for being...how can we say this...a bit mean about tourists. But as much as they complain about the masses milling about the Louvre, there are quite a few tourist destinations that they like themselves.
From the classic to the quirky, there are more than a few attractions that Parisians have a soft spot for.
If you're looking for some more inspiration, take a look at our classic ultimate city guide: 101 Things to Do in Paris.
The French are legendary for their all-natural approach to beauty and using simple products generally found in local pharmacies. Beauty mavens, here are 11 of the best French beauty products to stock up on from the pharmacies whilst you're in Paris.
But if your next trip isn't for a while, we've found the best places to buy these French beauty products online.
French fashion has something of reputation, that edge that gives French girls an enviable je ne sais quoi… Although the likes of Maje, Sandro and Sonia Rykiel can be found in cities across the globe, Paris has a little secret when it comes to shopping these French designer brands. Stock shops. These outlet shops called stocks or stock shops are found around Paris, with reductions of up to 40% on collections. If you missed out on that coveted sheepskin coat during winter or need a chic wedding...
Naturally 5* beauty treatments...it's Dior.
The Plaza Athénée is one of Paris' oldest and chicest hotels - beloved by the rich, famous and elegant - so it makes sense that Dior decided to install its spa in the hotel's lower floors. But the French fashion house and the hotel go further back than that. Mr. Dior chose the Athénée to showcase his first collection -"New Look"- in 1947, his first workshop was a walk away, and several of his early designs were inspired by the women who frequented t...
Alain Ducasse at Plaza Athene. Neither chef nor hotel need introducing, both recalling a grandeur and elegance that played a part in the culinary and cultural journey of Paris. The first chef to hold three Michelin stars in three different cities, Ducasse continues to lengthen the goalposts of French cuisine. Not just a chef but a shrewd businessman, he has used his experience in the hospitality industry to open over 20 restaurants worldwide, including Le Meurice and Le Jules Verne in Paris, ...
Queuing sucks. Full stop. And as one of the world's most touristic cities, Paris comes with a fair amount of queuing. While the crowds are often unavoidable, there are lots of Paris attractions where you don't have to line up.
Voilà - here are our best museums and sight-seeing musts where you can skip the queue! Waiting is a thing of the past.
Crêpes & cocktails. A fine pair.
Crêpes, cocktails. Paris is no stranger to either, but recently they’ve joined forces to start a little trend. Kasha (meaning ‘buckwheat flour’ in Russian) on the already foodie rue des Récollets, is now part of the tribe. Started by three industry rising stars, with a collective CV that includes chez Jeannette, Enfants Perdus (next door), L'Arpège and Garance, Kasha is another great address within sight of the Canal Saint Martin.
The deco is pure Instagram fo...
All-day feeding pleasure.
If we know one thing about Hoxton Paris is that they don’t want to be ‘just another hotel’. Thankfully, they are not. There are several ways to pass the time - none them involving sleeping. The restaurant, Rivié, is named after Thomas de Rivié, diplomatic advisor to Louis XV, who the fine hôtel particulier that the Hoxton occupies.
What Hoxton do so well is creating an aesthetic and ambiance that feels simultaneously fresh and homey at the same time. An open plan spa...
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After the Hoxton Paris comes another hybrid hotel to shake up the Parisian dining scene. Filling a huge space formerly occupied by two offices, Hôtel National des Arts & Métiers is sat opposite the museum of the same name. Owned by the group behind Hotel Bachaumont, a high-end favourite not far away in...
A glittery tribute to the house, the designer, and the couple that created it all.
Less than a month after the death of Pierre Bergé, Saint Laurent’s partner and business manager, Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris is set to open on October 1 2017. Filling what was Fondation Pierre Bergé, the museum brings back the 'Yves' to the brand, in a glittery tribute to the house, the designer, and the couple that created it all.
Small but well-thought out, the museum is spread out over 2 floors. The groun...