For centuries Paris has been at the forefront of invention and reinvention; it is a city of style and trend-setters. So it doesn't come as too much of a surprise that 21st Parisiens have decided to move on and mix-up the cuisine-scene, by totally abolishing standard styles of fine-dining. Dotted across the city, visitors can find exclusive and exceedingly covert dining venues that cater for groups of between eight and sixteen. Frequently, the guests don't even know each other and the dining location isn't disclosed until the last minute - details are arranged by your host, mostly via email. Defined under the name of a 'private supper club' such events are easy to find on the internet and provide a perfect way to discover hidden areas of Paris, as well as delicious French cuisine and an eclectic, engaging group of people.
Experience true Parisian romance in a luxurious haven located in the chicest corner of the 'City of Love'. Take in the view from the iconic Eiffel Tower, stroll arm-in-arm down the nineteenth century paths of the charming Canal St-Martin, or row down the Seine for utter romance atop the water. Admire works by Romantic painters in the countless art galleries, before heading back to the hotel for exquisite French cuisine - from two-Michelin starred chef, Thierry Marx - alongside fine wine and glowing candlelight. Say "I do" at Paris's most desirable address with the wedding of your dreams at Mandarin Oriental.
Spa & Wellness
Two floors are dedicated to The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Paris which incorporates traditional Chinese medicine with both time-honoured and holistic therapies. There are four treatment rooms, as well as three couple’s rooms, an herbal steam room, swimming pool and steam showers. Each spa treatment begins with a Tian Quan therapy service which involves an utterly amazing Chinese bathing ritual. In addition, there’s a comprehensive fitness centre with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment.
Children are welcome here and the concierge will recommend the best family-orientated places to visit in Paris – no doubt including some of Paris’ sumptuous chocolate shops. Baby-cots, fold-out beds, crayons, books and PlayStations are all available and interconnecting rooms can be arranged on request.