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5 things to do for the perfect romantic stay in Paris

Paris is known as the ‘City of Love’ and it is not just because many movies and novels portray it as the most romantic city in the world. The city has such a rich cultural heritage that anyone who visits is bound to fall in love with it. With so many amazing attractions and a blend of culture and modern life, Paris has much to offer. The romance of the city is concealed by mystery and enigma and your wonder will never fade. Paris offers a romantic encounter for couples and treats them in the most pampered way. With so many prominent attractions, including the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Notre Dame, the Arc de Triomphe, Montmartre, Palace of Versailles, Luxembourg Park and the Moulin Rouge, you will fall in love with Paris on your first visit. This city can make couples fall in love too… Here we make it simple for you get the most out of your Paris vacation: 1. Reserve a suite at Hotel Chateaubriand Located in one of the most popular districts of Paris and just a stone’s throw from the Champs-Élysées, the Chateaubriand is one of the best hotels that Paris has to offer. It is a luxury boutique hotel and its unique interiors are laden with antiques dating back to the 18th and 19th century. Every room has something different to offer while the extensive fine dining is among the best in the world. Hotel Chateaubriand, Paris Guests will leave this hotel with memories that they will never forget. The staff who work there are warm and friendly and go about their work with a lot of passion and commitment. The hotel provides a wonderful breakfast which tastes delicious. The atmosphere is sophisticated and, while luxury is a top priority, elegance is not compromised at all. The Chateaubriand is definitely most suited to honeymoon couples or couples in general, so don’t forget to book your stay there when you come to Paris. 2. Visit Rodin Museum and its garden One of the most beautiful places and a must watch for every tourist is the Rodin Museum and the garden attached to it. This museum has a unique marble gallery and is dedicated to the works of the French sculptor, Auguste Rodin. Although most of his creations are displayed in the garden, the remainder can be seen inside the museum. Behind the museum, there is also a small lake with a relaxed restaurant beside it and, as you might expect, there is also a bookstore. musee Rodin, Paris While the entry fee is very modest, the beauty on offer is extraordinary. The museum holds many exhibitions throughout the year which are a big draw for tourists. The museum and its garden are romantic by their very nature and a favourite of all lovers of culture and history. 3. Take a Champagne boat cruise on the Seine La Seine carves its way through the centre of Paris en route to the English Channel. It is one of the most beautiful waterways in the world and a river cruise through Paris is like a dream for many people. There are a numerous agencies in Paris that all offer similar rides. All the necessary provisions are made to ensure safety and privacy. Tours are available at dawn, during the day, or at night—the choice is yours. Not only will you see its beautiful banks and a view of Paris from the river, but also the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame and the Musée d’Orsay. With your partner by your side, a glass of Champagne and a beautiful view before your eyes, this is a memory that you will cherish for the rest of your life. cruise seine,Paris 4. Have dinner at Citrus Etoile Located at the foot of the Arc de Triomphe and very close to the Champs-Elysées, Citrus Etoile offers the finest gourmet French cuisine with simple and elegant dishes. The amazing ambience is best described as modern and Zen. All of the items on the menu are selected by the head chef, Gilles Epié, and his dishes appeal to the senses. The Citrus is a must visit for couples and also for foodies. restaurant Citrus etoile, Paris 5. Express your love with perfume at Roses Desgranges This unique scent is considered a tribute to love while the perfume is a sensory delight. It is produced by highly trained, French masters and epitomises the essence of love. It comes in elegant flasks which are available in three different sizes. The history of this perfume is as romantic as the fragrance. It was originally produced by Albert Mayer as a tribute to his love, Rose Desgranges, and it still carries the raw emotion of love at its heart. It is only available from one boutique located at the back of a beautiful courtyard on rue du Faubourg Saint- Honoré, so don’t forget to pick up a flask. Roses Desgranges perfume, Paris Olivier Templar-James is Chief Editor at Luxury Travelers Guide. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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  1. Paris is indeed the “City of Love” but I think the most expensive city. While I’m sure I would love to visit Rodin Museum and its gardens, I don’t think I might be able to afford the hotel suite and the restaurant. It’s a great post, though about Paris.

  2. After my first trip to Paris, I had to agree that it is the “City of Love”. You cannot help but fall in love with Paris. As a result, I have returned and will return again. Your suggestions in this article give me great ideas for my next trip to Paris. I must certainly check out the Citrus Etoile as you suggested. Of course I will traveling as a couple. It is the best way to see Paris.

  3. These are great ideas that I definitely plan on adding to the list for my trip in October. Do you have any recommendation on which champagne cruise to choose?

  4. They’re all fairly “big” pieces of Paris. My view is the most romantic bits are the ever so picturesque, small, hidden away nooks and crannies. Most of our “finds” have been through the good offices of Paris Walks, that little walking tour company. And a plus – their price tag is a luxury after roughing it in the Chateaubriand and the Citrus Etoile!

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