“Elegance must be the right combination of distinction, naturalness, care and simplicity. Outside this, believe me, there is no elegance. Only pretension.”
Christian Dior

“Elegance must be the right combination of distinction, naturalness, care and simplicity. Outside this, believe me, there is no elegance. Only pretension.”
Christian Dior

THE HOTEL
Grand Powers
Rubbing shoulders with fashion royalty in the heart of the Golden Triangle and comprising a heady mix of Haussmann architecture, Italian sensuality and Parisian chic, it’s no wonder Hotel Grand Powers suits a stylish set.
THE EXPERIENCE
Golden Triangle
Stepping out of the Grand Powers the faint but distinctive and alluring aromas from the Maison du Chocolat will have you before their counter for an indulgent treat.

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But no need to feel guilty: Paris is best-explored on foot and so you’ll need the energy.

Located in the city’s Triangle D’Or and bordered by the incomparable Champs-Elysées, and the Avenues Montaigne and Georges V, this exclusive enclave is notable for its Haussmannienarchitecture. These timelessly beautiful buildings are home to some the world’s most iconic designers. Pay homage to one of the industry’s greats with a visit to the eponymous Musée Yves Saint Laurent. It showcases this couturier’s influential body of work and is located on the site of his former atelier.

Feeling suitably glamourous, stroll along the Seine to the Grand Palais, one of Paris’s most recognisable monuments. Built in 1900 for l’Exposition Universelle, this architectural masterpiece has been listed as an historical monument since 2000. Throughout the year it welcomes a wide variety of national and international events, including exhibits of those who have been artistic paragons.

Nearby, spanning the River Seine, you’ll find the golden bridge of Pont Alexandre III. Often said to be the most beautiful bridge in the world, the structure is easily one of the best places to watch the sunrise or set. The bridge leads you to the Esplanade des Invalides, home to Napoleon Bonaparte’s impressive tomb, and is also just steps away from both the National Assembly and the Quai d’Orsay. Rest awhile outside and in comfort at the Café de L’Esplanade, a favourite with politicians, generals and diplomats, and indulge in their French-fusion menu.

After lunch head to the Palais de Tokyo: the ultimate dynamic place for the artists of our time – it’s Europe’s largest centre for contemporary artistic creation. Within the Palais de Tokyo is Monsieur Bleu, a enviably perched on the quais of the Seine and boasting an impressively high Art Deco ceiling, it has a majestic terraces with unrivalled, magical views of the Eiffel Tower. Just the spot to watch the evening lightshow begin on “La Dame de Fer”. Back in the Triangle d’Or, finish the night at Manko, an establishment combining Peruvian bonhomie with Parisian Art-Deco chic. This restaurant combines all the key ingredients for a good time out, including a cabaret show each weekend. For something burlesque, stick around after 10.30pm every Friday and Saturday for a memorable show.

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THE EXPERIENCE
Golden Triangle
Stepping out of the Grand Powers the faint but distinctive and alluring aromas from the Maison du Chocolat will have you before their counter for an indulgent treat.

READ MORE

But no need to feel guilty: Paris is best-explored on foot and so you’ll need the energy.

Located in the city’s Triangle D’Or and bordered by the incomparable Champs-Elysées, and the Avenues Montaigne and Georges V, this exclusive enclave is notable for its Haussmannienarchitecture. These timelessly beautiful buildings are home to some the world’s most iconic designers. Pay homage to one of the industry’s greats with a visit to the eponymous Musée Yves Saint Laurent. It showcases this couturier’s influential body of work and is located on the site of his former atelier.

Feeling suitably glamourous, stroll along the Seine to the Grand Palais, one of Paris’s most recognisable monuments. Built in 1900 for l’Exposition Universelle, this architectural masterpiece has been listed as an historical monument since 2000. Throughout the year it welcomes a wide variety of national and international events, including exhibits of those who have been artistic paragons.

Nearby, spanning the River Seine, you’ll find the golden bridge of Pont Alexandre III. Often said to be the most beautiful bridge in the world, the structure is easily one of the best places to watch the sunrise or set. The bridge leads you to the Esplanade des Invalides, home to Napoleon Bonaparte’s impressive tomb, and is also just steps away from both the National Assembly and the Quai d’Orsay. Rest awhile outside and in comfort at the Café de L’Esplanade, a favourite with politicians, generals and diplomats, and indulge in their French-fusion menu.

After lunch head to the Palais de Tokyo: the ultimate dynamic place for the artists of our time – it’s Europe’s largest centre for contemporary artistic creation. Within the Palais de Tokyo is Monsieur Bleu, a enviably perched on the quais of the Seine and boasting an impressively high Art Deco ceiling, it has a majestic terraces with unrivalled, magical views of the Eiffel Tower. Just the spot to watch the evening lightshow begin on “La Dame de Fer”. Back in the Triangle d’Or, finish the night at Manko, an establishment combining Peruvian bonhomie with Parisian Art-Deco chic. This restaurant combines all the key ingredients for a good time out, including a cabaret show each weekend. For something burlesque, stick around after 10.30pm every Friday and Saturday for a memorable show.

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Evelina Conti services for luxury boutique hotels include sales and business development, partnerships, brand management, PR, communications & content strategy.
Evelina Conti services for luxury boutique hotels include sales and business development, partnerships, brand management, PR, communications & content strategy.