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A Parisian might call this apartment a ‘typical Immeuble Hausmannien’: venerable, imposing, grand. But look closer. The entire property has been carefully reconfigured – walls moved, rooms re-proportioned – to offer the most modern of living spaces.
The kitchen is now central, and the ceilings dropped to accommodate high-spec audio, lighting and air-conditioning systems.
With Italian antique furniture and contemporary art to grace the soaring walls – together with a connected guest studio with private entrance – this is a property which brings the modern and the classic into perfect harmony.
Paris is seductive, emotional, spectacular. Weeks will pass and you will barely have touched the surface of its many faceted quartiers. It is for the fast-paced and the leisurely, for the glamorous and the adventurous, for those seeking solace and for those seeking thrills. The city will leave you both breathless and indulged.
Renowned for its iconic architecture, Paris houses some of the world’s finest buildings and works of art. The Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, Sacré-Coeur, the Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay to name but a few. Immerse yourself in the evocative Parisian life on the banks of the Seine and then unwind in the tranquillity of the Jardin de Tuileries.
Paris is home to Rolland Garros, the French open, where every year at the end of May, the greatest tennis champions come together for two weeks to compete in the world’s premier clay-court tennis championship.
Paris hosts the finale of the Big 4 biannual fashion week when internationally renowned designers from all over the world hold events and after parties in iconic locations all over the city. Fashion editors, stylists, models and more descend on Paris during fashion week, making it the city to be and be seen.
The Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain is one of the three most important art fairs in the world and is held in Paris every year at the end of October. Art lovers, elite collectors and professional artists flock to the city to marvel at and buy fine works of art.
Paris by night is a journey of adventure and a culinary feast for the senses. Of the 70 or more Michelin starred restaurants in Paris, ten have three Michelin stars. These include the Plaza Athénée, part of internationally renowned chef Alain Ducasse’s empire, historic Pavillon Ledoyen with chef Yannick Alléno’s perfectly crafted French cuisine, the modest Arpège with chef Alain Passard serving exquisite dishes created from local produce, and elegant La Monnaie de Paris with chef Guy Savoy.
For iconic Parisian chic and an intimate, elegant dinner, head to Le Matignon restaurant and go downstairs afterwards to its stylish club. Paris’ opulent nightlife includes Le Coq; a hip cocktail bar exuding 70’s glamour, trendy L’Avenue; the place to be seen, Le Manko; Peruvian inspired restaurant, bar and cabaret, Le Perchoir; the rooftop bar in Paris, the palatial Buddha-bar and Hotel Costes’ plush bar and restaurant. Paris’ extravagant clubs include the legendary L’ARC, the stain-glass hedonism of Raspoutine, Bagatelle for a glittering Parisian party and Concrete, featuring some of the best DJs in Europe. To drink and dance somewhere rather more exclusive, try Chez Castel or Le Montana.