The only places to go when you need to kick up those heels after long days of shows
1) Four Season’s Hotel George V, Paris
L’Orangerie is possibly one of my favourites to visit for lunch for some special french cuisine by Chef David Bizet. The light setting with french windows looking over a garden gives it the perfect ambiance to a private setting.
2) The Peninsula Hotel, Paris
Indulge in the world of glamour and move away from the crowds while experiencing the redefined comfort at the Peninsula luxury hotels.
3) Ralph’s, Paris Restaurant
For those that would like to indulge in a hand burger and fries and move away from French cuisine, then Ralph’s is for you. The whole restaurant is stunning and decked out in Ralph Lauren, right down to the waiters shirts. Sit on the patio and enjoy a nice steak/burger with a nice bottle of red.
4) Bar Vendome, Ritz Paris
Be absolutely blown away by the newly refurbished Bar Vendome, at The Ritz Hotel. You will be transported back in time to an era of Frank Sinatra meets French Riviera. This is truly a must see while in Paris.
Always famous for its atmosphere is Hotel Costes. This is always a great place to enjoy an aperitif. Although more of a people watching setting than a hideaway. Costs offers great French cuisine and a lively atmosphere.