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Hotel Marignan: Limon Bar and Rooftop Terrace

It was a hot midsummer evening and we were headed to Hotel Marignan to investigate their Limon bar that reopened about a year prior (2017)… At first glance, I thought it would be just some five star hotel bar with leopard print pillows trying to impress me with mediocre cocktails….BOY was I in for a surprise! Nothing against leopard print… Read more →

Hidden Terrace in Paris : Grand Hotel du Palais Royal

A year ago this stunning Parisian boutique hotel (that appears very often here on Prête-Moi Paris) threw a little party for some suave hotel promotion for their beautiful video, and promised us all a terrace ver soon. We finally got the terrace and another fancy party to boot! Read more →

Caron De Beaumarchais : A Charming Boutique Hotel In The Marais

Article by Helen of London Meets Paris (Photos by Helen, unless otherwise indicated.) Image courtesy of the Hotel De Beaumarchais Medieval Marias with it’s narrow cobblestone alleyways is steeped in history dating back to the 12th century, it was an area largely occupied by nobility. Today, it is very much the Jewish Quarter of Paris and this is very evident… Read more →

Grand Hôtel Du Palais Royal : Summer Swank 

My apologies for the long hiatus (a month and a half) since last posting. Life was extra delicious and I wanted to enjoy it without the distraction of the blog. But I must share with you the lovely moment I had at the Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal earlier in the summer. A cocktail party to celebrate summer and the… Read more →

The #PreteMoiParis7Years Blog Party

After two months of planning and preparation, Prête-Moi Paris was finally able to celebrate 7 years of blogging with a circle of amazing bloggers and friends at the luxurious Hotel Bel Ami. To help us celebrate we invited Le Bijou Parisien and Le Cadeau Français as well as Bertie’s Cupcakery to join us for the fun. Our generous « co-hosts » offered up… Read more →

Historic and Modern, Hôtel Bel Ami, Paris

Bel Ami, a novel written by renowned French author from the 19th century, Guy de Maupassant, this Hotel which has taken on the name of that title used to house a printing press, where the famous novel was first published. Just steps away from the famous literary cafés, Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots, the Hotel Bel Ami has… Read more →

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