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The Cite du Vin wine museum, which has been nicknamed the Guggenheim of Wine.
2 Reasons Why Oenophiles Should Go to Bordeaux Now
As if wine-lovers needed more reason to go to Bordeaux, the wine region is uncorking major new attractions this season.
The pool at Raffles Dubai.
Stay Longer, Save More with Raffles’s Latest Offer
In its "Stay Longer with Raffles" deal, Raffles is offering guests the chance to save up to 35 percent on rooms.
This year's 'Flying Buttress' Art Suite at Icehotel.
Top 4 Ice Hotels
Rebuilt from scratch each winter, these hand-carved ice hotels offer some of the season’s coolest (think minus 5°C) accommodation.
Off-Paris Seine River will be located on the 13th Arrondissement of Paris.
The First Floating Hotel in Paris to Open Soon
While the idea of floating ideas may not be new, no property has had the particular allure of sitting right in the famous Seine River.
Villebrequin x Massimo Vitali men's Moorea swimsuit (US$300)
Vilebrequin’s Artsy Capsule Collection
The St. Tropez-based swimwear brand has teamed with Massimo Vitali in a capsule collection.
© Paris by Serge Ramelli, published by teNeues, EIFFEL TOWER, Photo © 2015 Serge Ramelli and YellowKorner. All rights reserved.
An Ode To Paris In Black And White
A new book from French photographer Serge Ramelli cinematically captures the City of Light.
The Philippe Starck−designed amenity kits come in a diverse palette of colors.
Philippe Starck Designs Amenity Kits
Airline amenity kits take on a sophisticated, minimal aesthetic under the prolific French designer.
Paolo Basso was voted world's best sommelier in 2013.
Air France Unveils New Wine List
The airline's latest wine list is signed and select by Paolo Basso, voted the world's best sommelier.
The grounds of the Fondation Louis Vuitton in a park on the edge of the 16th arrondissement.
Fondation Louis Vuitton Opens in Paris
The Frank Gehry-designed museum opens October 26 and will exhibit the art of luxury goods group LVMH.
The exterior of the restored 19th century Haussmanian building.
The Peninsula Hotel Paris Debuts
The Peninsula group opens its first European property in the city of light in a restored building.