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Imagine yourself in Paris? Plan the next trip there… plus more destinations in Europe!

October 16, 2020 Luxury Hotels No Comments Email Email

Paris says Bonjour! Following the recent trending Netflix hit “Emily In Paris” where filming took place in Dorchester Collection’s Hôtel Plaza Athénée, the dynamics of Paris set hearts of travellers around the world on visiting the elegant and gorgeous city. Put these best addresses on your bucket list when planning ahead for the next vacation in Paris: Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Mandarin Oriental, Paris and Le Meurice. Complete the trip in other stunning destinations across Europe with a stay at one of the following hotels that are reopened to serve guests again: Mandarin Oriental, Munich in Germany and Hotel Eden in Italy.

Dorchester Collection – Hôtel Plaza Athénée

Located in the heart of Paris where the filming of recent Netflix hit series “Emily in Paris” took place, the prestigious Hôtel Plaza Athénée offers a selection of luxuriously beautiful rooms and a true splendour of the Parisian experience. The hotel is close to the Eiffel Tower, Seine River and Boulevard Montaigne, offering tons of picturesque opportunities around both interior and exterior of the hotel.

Since its opening over a century ago, numerous celebrities and famed public figures have stayed at the hotel. The hotel has a total of 208 rooms, including 54 suites ranging from superior rooms to royal suites. Gaze out for views of the at the Paris skyline and the Eiffel Tower, the courtyard garden, or overlook the tree-lined Avenue Montaigne for a fashion-infused sight of peace and tranquillity.


The hotel’s famous French restaurant Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée has won three Michelin stars; the warm and elegant La Galerie is an ideal place for breakfast and afternoon tea; the stylish Dior Institut au Plaza Athénée can provide a full experience of exquisite body and facial treatments, as well as Dior products Available for selection.

See and repost the video of the hotel spaces in Emily in Paris: Click here for high resolution images of Hôtel Plaza Athénée.

Mandarin Oriental, Paris

Immersed within the heart of rue Saint-Honoré just steps away from Place Vendôme, Mandarin Oriental, Paris has recently reopened and once again welcome guests who can easily explore the capital’s most innovative boutiques and illustrious French brands, or stroll to the Louvre, Garnier opera house and Tuileries Garden. The lush, landscaped inner garden provides a serene sanctuary from the bustling city. Heated in the winter, the garden is the perfect spot to enjoy afternoon tea, a specialty cocktail from Bar 8 or the culinary magic of Chef Thierry Marx. To mark the reopening, the hotel has announced the launch of a Belvedere vodka pop-up terrace at Bar 8, destined to be the best spot in the city to enjoy this distiller’s innovative vodka cocktails – created with its signature Single Estate Rye and Heritage 176 – while enjoying gentle music in a sophisticated ambiance.

Dorchester Collection – Le Meurice

A sophisticated hotel with a long historic background, Le Meurice is synonymous with style, romance, excitement, and luxury in Paris- one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Le Meurice is now reopened with 20 new renovated rooms. The more luminous and refined spaces with warm hues, made-to-measure furniture and intuitive technologies offer a new perspective and bring out the best in the spirit of Le Meurice stretching back two hundred years.

Once again signed by the hands of the trio formed by Charles Jouffre, Margaux Lally and Luc Berger, the makeover stays loyal to the classic 18th century style for the greatest pleasure of our future guests looking for a genuine experience à la française.

Other effortlessly elegant cities around Europe in proximity of Paris are awaiting tourists for rediscovery. See more hotel selections that will complete the trip for art and fashion lovers.

Mandarin Oriental, Munich

Mandarin Oriental, Munich has reopened with following the most extensive renovation in the hotel’s history and just in time for its 20th anniversary. In keeping with the successful restoration of its public areas and the introduction of Matsuhisa Munich in 2015, the hotel has now unveiled all new guest rooms and suites to confirm its postion as one of the leading luxury hotels in Germany.

Each room and suite have been implemented a well-orchestrated mix of styles, colours, and patterns, combining furniture with historic heritage with a fresh and contemporary look and colour scheme. The hotel also brings new art concepts which feature individual mountain images by local artist Felix Rehfeld – one of the most well-known female contemporary artists in Germany, paying tribute to Munich’s geographical location as the gateway to the Alps.

Guests will enjoy a variety of newly introduced in-room amenities and services, ranging from personalised butlers to locally produced biodegradable coffee capsules for Nespresso machines, a private bar with daily creations by Matsuhisa Munich and a champagne experience served directly from the custom-made trolley every afternoon.

The hotel is also one of the first hotels in Germany to have replaced all single-use plastic items in our rooms and bathrooms with sustainable alternatives.

Dorchester Collection – Hotel Eden

An authentic Roman spirit infuses in the radiant Hotel Eden, the abundance alive with the stories of a legendary city. Hotel Eden is located in the heart of Rome’s old town. The hotel has a total of 121 rooms and suites. It is just a few steps away from the famous Spanish Steps and Villa Borghese. This elegant urban design of dates back to 1889. The Michelin-starred restaurant La Terrazza in the hotel is famous for its innovative Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. La Libreria, the top-floor wine cellar, has a collection of the finest Italian wines.

Rome has been affectionately referred to as ‘Hollywood on the Tiber’, thanks to its impressive cinematic history dating back to the 1930s. Home of one of Europe’s largest film studios, the city hosts an annual prestigious film festival. The city has beautiful film backdrops that keep Rome firmly on the cinematic map as well as offering splendid shooting and picture-taking opportunities.

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