La Samaritaine paris

A department store between Rue de Rivoli and Pont Neuf This new luxury store, the first for DFS in France, will keep the historical name of La Samaritaine, which is well anchored in the Parisian memory. It will not operate duty-free for all, but with a standard tax-free service for residents outside the European Union. …

Boutique hotel in Paris

An exceptional residence celebrating the art of living in Paris This prestigious address by the Champs-Elysées is the former location of the Hotels Particuliers of princess Mathilde and fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli. Steps-away from Rue du Faubourg St Honoré and Paris triangle d'or, this hotel is surrounded by fashion boutiques, art galleries, iconic landmarks and …

Large New Venue In Paris

This venue takes place in an area listed as historic monument, on the left bank, classified as a world heritage site by Unesco. Achieved by Marc Barani’s atelier, this new contemporary space perfectly stands in an architectural complex. Designed to hold meetings and receptions, it will also welcome corporate, institutional and private events. The palace …

Life is a Cabaret

For all singing birds Seduced by its theatrical setting, with its red benches, its walls adorned with red drapes setting up like curtains and soft lighting. A chic and trendy clientele has already take over the place. In one corner of the room, a playful pianist and singer is stringing pop hits, new wave anthems …

Hotel de Paris

Created in 1864 to offer much more than a hotel and to promote the new Monte-Carlo experience throughout Europe. Since May 2017, Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo has been unveiling little by little its new facet : May 2017 : the new Rotunda which is even more beautiful, new rooms that raise the standard of this …

Orient-Express

The Orient Express helps you to design bespoke events. The Orient Express, Europe’s first trans-continental train, was created by Georges Nagelmackers. From Paris to Constantinople, it became known as “the king of trains and the train of kings” because of its many illustrious passengers. The celebrities who travelled on the Orient Express helped forge the …