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A successful event venue captures the attention of those attending while coinciding with the message or theme being conveyed. That is exactly what the Monaco Tourist Office did at Sabatino Truffles.
Tokyo, Japan; Campestre Leon, Mexico; Chantilly, France; and Mountain View, Calif., all have new Hyatt properties.
Groups visiting Paris will want to explore the typical Eiffel Tower and Louvre attractions, but some of the best experiences can be found in the city’s parks.
Attendees can hop in a French 2 CV car and cruise through the Pays d’Auge area, visiting villages such as Calvados along the way to enjoy the quintessential pastoral landscapes of Normandy with orchards in the backdrop.
Off-Paris Seine will be housed in a converted catamaran—ideal for small groups looking for a quirky way to experience the City of Lights.
“Our only aim was to build a nest for creative people where they are able to invent, develop, and present new trends in a fertile haven.”
Club Med has over 65 all-inclusive resort villages worldwide.
The Grand Salon lobby was restored back to its 1889 glamour.
Located a couple blocks back from the Champs Elysees in Paris, the 5-star Hotel De Sers bore witness to a steady stream of 19th century Parisian society life upon opening as a private residence in the 1880s.
The Prince de Galles renovation is part of Starwood’s larger plan to invest more than $200 million in the company’s Luxury Hotel properties throughout Europe.
Located in France’s gorgeous Domaine de Chantilly, the historic Auberge du Jeu de Paume is an elegant hotel offering groups the highest level of luxury on 1,900 acres of pristine forests.
Something old is new again in Marseille. The 18th century Hotel Dieu, once a hostel for pilgrims to the nearby Basilica, reopens in April after two years of renovations as the InterContinental Marseille-Hotel Dieu.
Geez, these things are enormous. I’m standing with a group in front of four gargantuan Airbus A380s watching men maneuver a Rolls Royce turbofan...
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, the most Parisian of all the Parisian artists during the Belle Epoque, was actually born in a wealthy family in the...
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