A true oasis in the heart of Paris, a few minutes from bustling Champs Elysées, our Patio is the best place for those who seek calm and privacy at any time of the day for an Al Fresco experience. From breakfast to dinner, ou Patio will welcome you and your guests for an authentic parisian moment.
Ordered in October, delivered in November 1926, as you see on the photograph taken from the digitized archives of House Erard, the piano still sits nowadays in the Marlene Dietrich suite. During her stay, the German actress often took the advantage of the piano. We cherish the legacy of Mr. Wolf, the Swiss hotelier who transformed the private home into a hotel. At the end of his career, Mr. Wolf liked to say that he had no customers but only friends.
We cherish the legacy of Mr. Wolf, the Swiss hotelier who transformed the private home into a hotel. At the end of his career, Mr. Wolf liked to say that he had no customers but only friends.
« A museum dedicated to contemporary art, our time at a glance»
The reopening at the end of May 2021 of the Bourse de commerce as a museum dedicated to contemporary art was eagerly awaited. François Pinault finally has the perfect setting in Paris to present to the public his collection of works that he has assembled for more than fifty years.
2 rue de Viarmes, 75001 Paris
Open Monday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Late opening Fridays until 9 p.m.
Late opening and free access on the first Saturday of the month from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Le château la Martinette se trouve dans la commune de Lorgues, à mi-chemin entre Aix-en-Provence et Nice, au cœur d’un domaine d’une grande beauté.
Son clos blanc issu du cépage Rolle à 100% dévoile la plus belle expression de minéralité de son terroir. Sa vinification et son élevage à la bourguignonne vous permettront de retrouver de fins arômes aux notes de fruits et de fleurs blanches, ainsi qu’un palais subtil sur des notes de noisettes et de bois noble.
Shot at the Lancaster Hotel in 1971, La Mandarine was directed by Edouard Molinaro and released on screens in the spring of 1972. Annie Girardot and Philippe Noiret play a couple who run a hotel in Paris. Madeleine Renaud, Jean Claude Dauphin, and British singer Murray Head complete the distribution.
50 years later, this comedy is described as tender, although acid, just like the Boulard clan who live in the hotel. La Mandarine is a mandarin coloured bedside lamp, the favourite object of Annie Girardot’s character that illuminated all the important moments of her life. Take the time to watch at least the trailer of this unusual film available on DVD.