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Beautiful Paris Hotspots You Didn’t See In Emily In Paris

Love it or hate it, Emily in Paris has been the talk of the town this year. Between morning visits to the boulangerie and dinners made by ‘Paris’ most promising young chef’, Emily traversed the streets of the gorgeous French capital (always impeccably dressed!) and had us dreaming of another visit to this beautiful city. She did, however miss out on some authentic Parisian hotspots that should be on every visitors list on a trip to the French capital.

And while we may not be travelling to Paris just yet, get planning for 2021 and put these beautiful spots on your must-visit list.


Le Jules Verne

Avenue Gustave Eiffel, 75007 Paris

Situated at the top of the Eiffel Tower, the iconic Michelin-star restaurant, Le Jules Verne has the best views of the city of lights. The views aren’t the only sight that will catch your eye though; the interior, designed by Aline Asmar d’Amman is sophisticated, elegant, and truly exquisite.


5 Rue Marbeuf, 75008 Paris

A place to see and a place to be seen, Beefbar is the ideal setting for date nights, business meetings, birthdays, and celebrations of all kinds. The stunning interior, designed by Humbert & Poyet, is a brilliant fusion of contemporary design and art nouveau.


128 Rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris

A caviar bar, delicatessen and tasting restaurant, the Petrossian boutique is the height of sophistication. The stylish interiors designed by Studio MHNA seamlessly blend elegance, warmth and refinement, perfectly complementing the gastronomic creativity.


The Hoxton Paris

30-32 Rue du Sentier, 75002 Paris

Once a jewel in the crown of Parisian history, The Hoxton with its 171 bedrooms designed by Humbert & Poyet combine a classic Parisian feel with a 1950s atmosphere reminiscent of small industrial workshops.

Hôtel Phileas

24 Rue d’Amsterdam, 75009 Paris

Designed by interior designer Stephanie Coutas with the great transatlantic voyages of the 19th century in mind, the Hotel Phileas is the quintessential place for the world traveller to mingle during the day, as well as rest their head at night.

Hôtel de Crillon

10 Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris

Architect Aline Asmar d’Amman, founder of the studio Culture in Architecture, designed the signature suites and historical salon of this iconic Parisian landmark, Hotel de Crillon overlooking the Place de la Concorde.


Galerie Stéphanie Coutas

10 Avenue Matignon, 75008 Paris

Steps from prestigious auction houses, in a district home to prominent figures in both luxury and art, interior designer Stephanie Coutas shares her first exhibition space dedicated solely to creation. An artistic space in and of itself the gallery invokes a living tribute to the French decorative arts.

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