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A new member for the Relais & Châteaux family, and a new Advantage Youth offer

September 11, 2013 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

Relais & Châteaux welcomes L’Auberge du Jeu de Paume (Chantilly, Oise) to the exclusive hotel and restaurant association and extends a mouth-watering invitation to inspire budding gourmets and discerning travellers: a 30% discount to anyone under the age of 30 visiting nine Relais & Châteaux properties* in and around Paris and the Champagne region. Visit to December 30 2013, subject to availability, terms & conditions apply).

Autumn is the ideal time to discover or simply enjoy the culture, history and French heritage – values dear to Relais & Châteaux – in and around the capital.  The Ile de France and Champagne terroir is at its most plentiful, the vineyards are resplendent and Paris is Paris.


At the heart of Paris choose between Hôtel Daniel and the Saint-James Paris. Hôtel Daniel (…), a romantic hideaway whose exquisite décor has Chinese nuances, sits tucked away between the legendary Avenue des Champs-Élysées and the stylish shops of the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.  TheSaint-James Paris (…)is a Napoleon III residence and the city’s only castle hotel, next to the world-famous Arc de Triomphe; with a 1200-volume library and Bambi Sloan interior décor and design.

Paris is blessed with seven exceptional Relais & Châteaux restaurants, each with a Relais & Châteaux Grand Chef at the helm and boasting 14 Michelin stars between them.  Diners are guaranteed the ultimate gourmet experience and a wonderful interpretation of the city’s extraordinary culinary heritage.  Shinichi Sato’s sensitive cuisine is always a surprise atPassage 53; Michel Rostang Restaurantis where the world-celebrated chef presents cuisine and wine (1300+ bins) of rare distinction; Jean-Pierre Vigato is the talent behind Restaurant Apicius; Alain Dutournier creates original minimalist cuisine atRestaurant Carré des Feuillants; Guy Martin continues to uphold the culinary excellence atLe Grand Véfour, the oldest restaurant in Paris and graced by among others Napoleon, Josephine and Victor Hugo;Restaurant Hélène Darrozeoffers lively seasonal cuisine on the Left Bank; andLe Pré Catelanis where Frédéric Anton works his magic in the Bois de Boulogne

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