BOOK YOUR TRIP

FLIGHT

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is the largest international airport in France and the second-busiest airport in Europe. Opened in 1974 and located in Roissy-en-France, it is 14 miles northeast of Paris and 21 miles from Place Vauban.

 

HOTELS

HÔTEL RITZ PARIS
15 place Vendôme, 75001 Paris | +33 (0)1 43 16 30 30

 

HÔTEL PLAZA ATHÉNÉE
25 avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris | +33 (0)1 53 67 66 65 | info.HPA@dorchestercollection.com

 

SHANGRI-LA HOTEL
10 avenue d'Iéna, 75116 Paris | +33 (0)1 53 67 19 98 | slpr@shangri-la.com

 

LE CINQ CODET
5 rue Louis Codet, 75007 Paris | +33 (0)1 53 85 15 60 | contact@le5codet.com

 

HOTEL MONTALEMBERT
3 rue Montalembert, 75007 Paris | +33 (0)1 45 49 68 68 

 

HOTEL BACHAUMONT
18 rue Bachaumont, 75002 Paris | + 33 (0) 1 81 66 47 00 | contact@hotelbachaumont.com

 

CAR RENTAL/TRANSPORTATION

CAR RENTAL

Car rental companies operate out of each terminal at Charles de Gaulle Airport, open from the first to the last flight of the day. 

 

PARIS VISITE PASS

This daily pass will allow you to travel around Paris freely on all public transport networks (the metro, tramway, bus, RER, and SNCF Transilien networks). The pass is available for one, two, three, or five consecutive days. It is valid for public transportation routes to and from the airport, as well.

 

TAXI SERVICES

There are three primary taxi companies in Paris: G7 (+331 41 27 66 99), Alpha Taxis (+331 45 85 85 85), and Taxi Bleu (+331 49 36 10 10). You may hail a taxi on the street or at a taxi stand, and all three taxi operators have smartphone apps. Uber also operates in Paris.

 


EAT & DRINK

GIRAFE

If you’re looking for great food with an amazing view, the Girafe is the place to be! The interior and outdoor patio epitomize the 1930s glamour of this restaurant, located in the left wing of the Trocadero, which arches around the Eiffel Tower. Seafood is their specialty, and their menu features fresh oysters, lobster, urchins, cockles, and grilled fish, in addition to beef and farm-raised chicken. To make a reservation, please call +33 (0)1 40 62 70 61

 

BEEFBAR PARIS

Offering a more relaxed environment in a historic Parisian setting, the Beefbar features global cuisine. The appetizer menu ranges from Spanish ham to smoked Mexican tacos and Japanese Kobe beef gyoza, while French classics such as juicy Chateaubriand and filet mignon stand out amongst the main courses. The restaurant offers a selection of beef-free options as well. Make a reservation to secure a table under the glass ceiling at +33 (0)1 44 31 40 00.

 

LASSERRE

Serving guests on the Champs-Élysées for nearly eighty years, Lasserre’s food is a delicate take on traditional Parisian cuisine, offering guests the choice of an à la carte or set menu of four to six courses. Try anything from the truffle macaroni to the Canard à l’orange or the crêpes suzette, prepared tableside! To make a reservation, please call +33 (0)1 43 59 02 13.

 

EPICURE AT LE BRISTOL HOTEL

Holding three Michelin Stars, Chef Eric Frechon provides an extraordinary variety of impeccable dishes with the most knowledgeable of wine pairings. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus are available. Please note, a jacket is required for gentlemen when dining for lunch and dinner. To make a reservation, please call +33 (0)1 53 43 43 40.

 

LE TRAIN BLEU

Located in the Gar de Lyon train station, Le Train Bleu offers seasonal cuisine of traditional French dishes. In addition to the two large rooms where the restaurant is located, there is a bar area consisting of small lounges with incredible decor. To make a reservation, please call +33 (0)1 43 43 09 06.

 

BENOIT

Open the doors to a traditional Parisian bistro atmosphere with red velvet seats and engraved glass windows! First opened in 1912 and purchased by world-renowned chef Alain Ducasse in 2005, the only Parisian bistro to be starred by the Michelin Guide offers dishes that change on a weekly basis according to seasonally available ingredients.

 

LES DEUX MAGOTS

Originally opened in 1885, this is one of the oldest cafés in Paris, historically known as the venue of the literary and intellectual elite. Jean-Paul Sartre, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, Julia Child, Albert Camus, and James Baldwin are some of Les Deux Magots’ former patrons.

 

BREIZH CAFÉ

Known for their iconic French comfort food, Breizh offers some of the best Breton-style crêpes in Paris. Choose from crêpes with a more savoury twist, or stick to the classic sweet dessert-style crêpes. You can also enjoy your choice of cider from over sixty varieties they have on hand.

 

NIGHTLIFE

EXPERIMENTAL COCKTAIL CLUB

Featuring the decor of an underground bar, Experimental Cocktail Club is the center of the rebirth of Parisian cocktail culture. Offering bold combinations, quality ingredients, and French touch, it is a crucial destination for mixology enthusiasts.

 

MOULIN ROUGE

Best known as the birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance, Moulin Rouge offers musical entertainment for everyone. For more information and tickets, please visit http://www.moulinrouge.fr/

 

 


THINGS TO DO

RÉTROMOBILE

A major international affair, Rétromobile, a week-long event, is the best show of the season, devoted to classic cars and featuring a plethora of exhibitors, bringing thousands of automotive enthusiasts from all over the world into the heart of Paris. Join RM Sotheby’s at Rétromobile on Wednesday 5 February to Sunday 9 February at our exhibit stand located in Pavilion 1, showcasing upcoming lots from our 2020 auctions.

 

VISIT THE EIFFEL TOWER

Constructed as the entrance to the 1889 World’s Fair and standing at 1,063 feet tall, the Eiffel Tower is the most iconic of all French monuments. It is the tallest structure in Paris and was once the tallest structure in the world.

 

LOUVRE MUSEUM

The world’s largest art museum and a historic monument in Paris, the Louvre Museum contains over 38,000 objects and receives over ten million visitors a year. It is most famously known for displaying the Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, the Venus de Milo, Liberty Leading the People, the Great Sphinx of Tanis, and many more.

 

ARC DE TRIOMPHE

Located at the western end of the Champs-Élysées, another well-known monument in Paris, Napoleon began construction on the Arc de Triomphe in The monument was inaugurated thirty years later by French King Louis-Phillipe. It is dedicated to those that fought and died for France in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.

 

LATIN QUARTER

The Latin Quarter is home to many cafés and bookshops, including Shakespeare & Company. The Jardin des Plantes botanical gardens and the National Museum of Natural History can also be found here!

 

PALAIS GARNIER - OPÉRA NATIONAL DE PARIS

The Italian-style auditorium is one of Paris’s most visited monuments, and the Palais Garnier also houses public areas, a museum-library, and several rehearsal studios and workshops.

 

LOUIS VUITTON FOUNDATION

Formed by LVMH in 2006, the Frank Gehry–designed Fondation Louis Vuitton opened its doors in late 2014. The landmark building serves as a contemporary art museum and cultural center.