The French capital continues to evolve. Three charming properties have recently opened, proving the hotel scene is just as dynamic as the food and art scenes.
Lobster rolls have taken Paris by storm, haute cuisine is more affordable and a Japanese-French restaurant is the hottest in town. Here's the latest from Paris.
Enroll in a hands-on Ecole Ritz Escoffier cooking class and you'll come away with new techniques and additions to your gastronomic repertoire.
The French have loved chocolate since the aristocracy popularized it in the 1700s. Here is a selection of our favorite chocolate shops in Paris.
Created in the mid-1800s, the department store Le Bon Marche on Paris' Left Bank, is still an enjoyable and profoundly Parisian experience.
The Paris hotel scene is vibrant and evolving. We recently visited and discovered three charming new hotels to recommend, on the Left Bank and in the Marais.