The ever astonishing and always on the edge of new territories in design, team Maison Martin Margiela took over renovating a large part of the Maison Champs- Elysées boutique hotel on rue Jean Goujon, close to one of the most beautiful building in the world, Le Grand Palais. The renovated hotel opened its MMM wing […]
For those who used to know Le Georges V, you won’t believe your eyes when you see it now. For it is now a haven of comfort including private terraces, sauna, Jacuzzi, and Turkish bath in its better suites. A staff 450 strong care for the 250 rooms, there to solve any problems and to keep the complex perpetually opulent and pompous
As soon as the name Pierre Gagnaire comes up, the superlatives get thrown around like there’s no tomorrow.
One of the most traditional wine shops in Paris – here you can find affordable bottle, including some good finds from even the best of years. Maybe you will even find a bottle or two of the finest sort, namely a Henri Jayer from the region of Burgogne.
This florist has been located in the Palais Royal shopping district since 1845.
Asia, the land of tropical islands, ancient temples, backpacking tourists, and a jungle of cities – Singapore is the embodiment of what the enormous continent of Asia has to offer, namely an abundance of luxury and comfort coupled with an endless source of culture. Singapore has one of the most dynamic economies in all of Asia, evidenced by the growth of its business district, a hypermodern mishmash of steel and glass skyscrapers. For those planning an extended stay in Singapore, you are in for a most amazing treat.
No advertising allowed. Bernard Pacaud, a renowned master chef, is still the head cook at L’Ambroisie, though he won’t pose for pictures and even is against having a “restaurant” sign outside of his establishment. The dining room is a fine 16th century design, the perfect atmosphere for a high quality and delicious meal
The dining hall of Les Ambassadeurs is a magnificent ensemble of marble, mirrors, and candle lights – giving the effect one is in Versailles, and not simply a restaurant. The head chef Jean Francois Piège’s dishes are inspired by the classics, including spruced up specialties from old cook books and daily cuisine (even spaghetti carbonara!)
Joël Robuchon is regarded as the best cook in the world, some say even the best cook of the last century, if that can even be measured. With his new restaurant, he has left his large kitchen behind and gone with a new concept: The Atelier