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If you're planning a citytrip to Paris, here's the place to start
Paris is a glittering world city with an unparalleled number of historic buildings and important museums. Two of Paris's best known sights are an absolute must: both the Louvre and the Centre Pompidou have collections of outstanding quality.
The Jardin du Luxembourg, or the Luxembourg Gardens, is the second largest public park in Paris, and one of top must visit attractions in Paris. The park is the garden of the French Senate, which is itself housed in the Luxembourg Palace. In 1611, Marie de Medicis, the widow of Henry IV and the regent for the King Louis XIII decided to build a palace in imitation of the Pitti Palace in her native Florence. Read more
HĂŽtel Agora Saint Germain Paris enjoys a central location between the Notre Dame cathedral and the Pantheon. Located on the left bank, the hotel is situated in the heart of artistic and historic Paris, close to the Ile Saint Louis. TheÂ Agora Saint GermainÂ Hotel gives you a warm welcome in a charming ambiance. This elegantly decorated hotel has a 24-hour reception desk with an attentive team that will assist you with all your enquiries, ensuring a pleasant stay. Hotel Agora Saint Germain Paris offers 39 comfortable rooms with a modern design. The rooms are soundproofed to ensure a good night's sleep and feature air-conditioning for your comfort. The rooms at the hotel are fully equipped with modern room facilities such as a mini-bar, direct dial phone, safe, a flat screen TV with international channels, Wi-Fi Internet connection and an en-suite bathroom with a hairdryer.
The Maison Prunier in Paris' 16th district is both a restaurant and a venue with rooms for private hire. It has a magnificent and unique Art Deco interior. Seafood loves will find happiness here with many types of fish and seafood on the menu. It was originally opened in 1925 but has rediscovered its success of bygone years with its new menu giving a vast choice of salmon dishes. The fixed price menus make the prices reasonable and give a good choice.
In this pleasant and authentic restaurant, you will find a rare speciality of Japanese cuisine prepared in the most traditional style - Unagi (grilled eel). Carefully handed down from one generation to another, this eel recipe is the basis of very intriguing and delicious tasteful variations. After the expert preparation, the eel is server tender, grilled and almost caramelised. Before tasting it, it is suggested that one sprinkles the dish with a special spice called sanshĂŽ, which is very aromatic and resembles lemon grass. The chef who has created these dishes was trained in Japan by the founder of Nodaiwa, whose trio of restaurants in Tokyo have been considered as the greatest stars of Japanese cuisine for five generations since the Edo period.
Just steps from the Place de L'Etoile, Le Speakeasy is reminiscent of Chicago's clandestine jazz bars of the 1920s and is open until 1am.
Decked out in red velour with huge leather sofas, you are transported to another era. Enjoy Blues and Soul each day by the pianist/singer and the resident DJ each Friday and Saturday night from 11pm until late.
Head Chef Baptiste Pialot offers a refined and authentic cuisine using the very finest ingredients. Accompany with a fine wine, the house boasts an excellent selection of wines form its own wine cellar.
Smokers can enjoy the special English smoking lounge. Le Speakeasy is an absolute must in Paris!
Blue Elephant - Paris
Blue Elephant is a little bit of Thailand in central Paris. Located on the busy Place de la Bastille, you'll soon forget the hustle and bustle of Paris amongst this vast expanse of leafy plants, water features and Thai decoration. The menu has traditional Thai dishes such as the Pla Samrod, a filet of fried fish covered with an onion and pepper sauce. For wine lovers, the wine list has been selected with great care to go with the food. Blue Elephant is not the cheapest of Parisian restaurants but the excellent service, ambiance and food make it worthwhile.