Top Cuts of Beef Are for Dinner at Chez Boris Saint-Honoré
Chez Boris Saint-Honoré is a new restaurant for visitors and inhabitants of Paris who love meat in all its forms. Boris Leclerq is a famous French restauranteur who already has a similar establishment...
Don Giovanni Comes to the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
Don Giovanni is one of the most well-known operas ever created. Composed by Mozart, with a libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte, 'Don Giovanni' made its debut in 18th-century Prague. The two-act opera feature...
The Counterculture, Cosmopolitan Spirit comes to the MAM in Paris
The Musée d'Art Moderne -- or the MAM, as it is called by the initiated -- is a Parisian museum dedicated to modern art. Although it is less well known than the Centre Pompidou, it is definitely a mus...
Modern Furniture Design Is Brought to the Forefront
Marcel Breuer was an architect and designer who helped to shape the development of furniture design in the 20th century. Breuer was only 23 when he made a splash in the design world with the innovativ...
A New Restaurant Makes the 8th Arrondissement Even Trendier
A curious new restaurant has just opened up in the 8th arrondissement, and guests staying at one of the Sister Hotels Champs-Elysées are perfectly placed to try it. The restaurant, called Miss Ko, is ...
A Legend of Contemporary Art Is Finally Honored in Paris
Julio Le Parc has been an influential figure in the contemporary art world for years. His innovative works represent an art of immersion that invites the visitor to discover new ways of interacting wi...
Learn the Art of Gardening During Your Spring Visit to Paris
Paris is filled with several beautiful gardens, so it is the perfect destination for gardening enthusiasts. And now, from May 30 until June 2, 2013, the Grand Palais will be hosting an event that will...
Russian Ballet Set to French Music in a Posh Parisian Spot
The dance tradition in France goes back hundreds of years. Although it originated in Italy in the 15th century, many of the ballet techniques that we know today developed in France. Of course, dependi...
France Elevates Medals to an Art Form at the Petit Palais
Until June 23, 2013 the Petit Palais will be presenting a dazzling exhibition about the art of making medals. This exhibition allows visitors to discover this little known art and its history in Franc...
London Symphony Orchestra or Orchestre de Paris? You Decide!
During the months of February and March, guests staying at one of the Sister Hotels Champs-Elysées can enjoy a refined evening at the symphony. That is because the Salle Pleyel, a concert hall located...