Posts Tagged ‘Musée du quai Branly’

French Gardens: Top of the Paris Crop

With its long heritage of magnificent formal French gardens, Paris has a more eco-friendly generation of urban garden design […]

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Photos in Paris: Around the World, for Free

As the capital of that country which gave birth to photography, it comes as no surprise that this city adores the art. Autumn here is marked by a set of events (Paris Photo, Month of the Photo, Salon of the Photo) dedicated to celebrating photos in Paris. In addition, the Paris mairie has started a blog on the subject. Subscribe to that and you’ll have all the photo news in town.

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New in Paris: March Edition

The Radisson Blu Ambassador Hotel, located in the Opéra district, just went through a renovation. Located near the Opéra Garnier, the 297 rooms and suites of the Paris hotel are housed in a Haussmann building dating back to 1927. The redecorated rooms now reflect a relaxing yet contemporary decor thanks to English designer Paul Bevis, who used marble, wood, leather and luxurious fabrics in shades of purple and beige. Rooms on the top floors are afforded fabulous views of Paris rooftops, the Opéra Garnier and the Eiffel Tower. The addition of an executive lounge on the eighth and top floor is devoted entirely to welcoming V.I.P. clients. Amenities include free high-speed wireless Internet access throughout the property, Nespresso machines in business rooms and suites, a breakfast buffet, a fitness center and the hotel’s signature

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