Evaluating the world's best hotels is great, but it's just as delightful to test out top restaurants. Of the hundreds we tried, these were the best.
With exquisite boutique townhouse hotels in Rome, Florence and Capri, J.K. Place opens a new intimate hotel in Paris, situated on the Left Bank.
You could easily spend your entire time in Paris in the Marais. The area between the Third and Fourth Arrondissements is full of cafes, museums and shops.
Trips give us precious little time to possess the world's great sights. Some, like Notre Dame, are so extraordinary we feel like we own them, if just for a bit.
France is one of the world's largest consumers and producers of oysters, especially between September and April. These are our favorite oyster bars in Paris.
Hideaway Report editors often find themselves at the point where the hotel website collides with reality. Here are our biggest disappointments of the year.
Our social media manager just returned from her first trip to Paris. She made the most of her weeklong visit, which included a stay at the Saint James Paris.
All the celebrated grand hotels in Paris are located on the Right Bank. But with the reopening of the storied Hotel Lutetia, that monopoly is finally over.
The best hotels make their guests feel not only welcome but incredibly special. Our members found the hospitality most impressive at these three properties.
The quality of cuisine is a major consideration when choosing where to stay. Our members found the following three restaurants to be most impressive.
Many of our recommended hideaways are ideal for weddings, engagements, honeymoons and couples' getaways. Our members found these three to be the most romantic.
Paris experts share their favorite neighborhoods and streets to visit in the City of Light and what makes each destination unique.
International art fairs are overwhelming. For those interested in smaller fairs that are more tightly focused on one artistic medium, try these events.
Andrew Harper visits the Hôtel de Crillon in Paris after its four-year $200 million renovation. It proved impressive but certainly not flawless.
Four Parisian boutiques worth visiting for handmade gloves, contemporary jewelry, designer clothing and handbags.
No trip to Paris is complete without a gastronomic tour of its fine restaurants. Here are six new eating establishments from six highly acclaimed chefs.
The resurgent — and resplendent — Ritz Paris: Mr. Harper experiences the hotel after a four-year $450 million renovation.
This month, we uncover two new hotels in Ireland, along with a splendid new luxury hotel in Paris' Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
This month sees Andrew Harper in Ireland to check on the refurbishment of Ashford Castle and in Paris to see the new Ritz.
Andrew Harper points to notable luxury travel news — a new jungle lodge in Nepal, reopening of Hotel Eden, and the $450 million renovation of Hotel Ritz Paris.
Discover Andrew Harper's restaurants of the year, ranging from favorite informal restaurant in the United States to the best hotel restaurant in the world.
In spite of recent events, Andrew Harper travel advisor Joe Colucci decided not to cancel his trip to Paris, where he spent four nights before Thanksgiving.
Paris has known revolutions, riots, sieges and invasions, but the city has always survived, its spirit unbroken, its character intact.
Here, we take a closer look at five inspiring destinations worldwide with histories steeped in art and literature.
From the very beginning, Paris has attracted the artistic scene. And those artists shaped the city and its history.
A roundup of the best day trips from Paris, including Versailles, Giverny and Reims.
Dive into this new guide to the very best of cities: Paris, France. Find recommendations for where to eat, where to stay, what to see and more.
If you love Paris but have already seen the sights, consider using the city instead as a base for day trips to surrounding cities.
If you love Paris but have already seen the sights, consider using the city instead as a base for day trips to surrounding areas.
Paris’ charming streets and neighborhoods and the incomparable cultural and culinary underpinnings have enchanted visitors for centuries.