The smallest five stars hotel in Paris, L’Hotel has been a secret hideaway over the past two centuries. With quintessential French charm and glamour, L’Hotel is nestled in the heart of the Left Bank, amidst the cultural riches, bohemian soul and high fashion of St Germain-des-Prés. Oscar Wilde’s last home, and the heart of Parisian society in the swinging sixties, it has been remodelled by renowned designer Jacques Garcia. It is home to the acclaimed one Michelin star Le Restaurant and chic Le Bar.
The Hôtel Le Bellechasse sits on a peaceful little street located just steps from the Musée d’Orsay on the select left bank of the Seine River and few meters away from the National Assembly. This quiet residential area which boasts famous monuments, numerous art galleries, fine restaurants and lively bars is the perfect base for visitors wishing to explore Paris on foot. Nearby attractions include the Tuileries Gardens, Saint-Germain des Prés, the Louvre Museum, the Invalides or the romantic Seine embankment.
Hotel La Perouse, built on a promontory next to the sea, the establishment offers the most beautiful view of Nice and the Bay of Angels.You arrive through a discrete entrance, as if you were visiting a private home. Next, an elevator takes you to the heart of this high-perched building filled with charming labyrinths and clinging to a steep hillside covered with luxurious Mediterranean vegetation. The impression of a patrician mansion is reinforced by warm tones on the outside façade, contrasting with surprisingly contemporary furnishings made in fine materials on the inside.
Marmotte Mountain Retreat is a magnificent luxury 4-bedroom catered chalet can sleep up to 8 people. Nestled in French pine forest behind the 18th century village of Argentiere, two mountain streams flow past either side of the chalet adding to the ambience of being tucked away in a real mountain retreat.