Hotel Alfred Sommier: A classic Parisian boutique hotel that used to be the home of a sugar industrialist. We stayed here for my bachelorette & absolutely loved everything about it- the staff, location and rooms were perfect!
W Hotel Opera: Across from the Opera house and just a few blocks from Galleries Lafayette (the best department stores)- the rooms are small but clean and the staff is very friendly!
The Hoxton: Located in Le Marais- an area of cobbled streets and stylish boutiques by day, and busy bistros and bars by night.
Hotel Costes: One of the trendiest boutique hotels with dim lights and incredible beats- definitely one of my favs. If you don't stay here, reserve a meal in the courtyard.
Castille Paris: Located on Rue Cambon, the high-end shopping district. The regular rooms are small- book a suite or try to get upgraded.
Hotel de Crillon: Bougie but worth it. A timeless Parisian landmark overlooking Place de la Concorde. If you're looking for a lux stay, book here.
Four Seasons Hotel George V: The chicest hotel in Paris right off the Champs-Élysees. The lux hotel has 3 renowned restaurants, a marble courtyard, and a luxe spa, plus an indoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna and a steam room.
Wild and the Moon: Pop in for cold pressed juices and vegan snacks
Season: Healthy brunch spot with avo toast and matcha latte's
Breizh Cafe: If you're looking for the famous Parisian crepes, look no further!
Café de Flore: Classic Parisian cafe for lunch
Hotel Costes: Brunch, lunch, dinner, whatever- come here for a trendy night of people watching and good food
LouLou: One of my favorite restaurants in Paris and located in the gorgeous Louvre. Sit outdoors (if the weather permits) and get the truffle pasta- TRUST
Balagan: Insanely hard to get a reservation at, but SO worth it. The mediterranean spot has two seatings a night- I suggest getting the later one (10pm) and watching the restaurant turn up! p.s the food is unreal!
L'Avenue: A can't miss lunch spot perfect for people watching and rosé. Also located on Avenue Montaigne- a high end street for shopping Chanel, Dior, Celine, etc.
Monsieur Bleu: Gorgeous upscale Michelin restaurant with the perfect view of the Eiffel Tower
Ferdi: Make a reservation and get the burger
Kinugawa: If you're in the mood for Japanese, this is for you. Make sure to make a reservation!
Le 404: We stumbled on this Moroccan restaurant near Le Marais and were pleasantly surprised. The cozy spot had the friendliest staff and incredible food!