Despite the recent hostile events in Paris, the atmosphere there will always retain a certain je ne sais quoi and remain everyone’s favorite romantic city and
gateway to other gems in the South of France and along the Mediterranean coast.
Just in time for a spring fling, one of the most famous 19th-century classic grand buildings, the Haussmanian, has been refurbished and reopened as The
Peninsula to sashay into the centuries to come. Since the hotel opened in 1908, the property has hosted rich and famous royalty along with the most celebrated
people in the world of the arts, literature and music during the Belle Epoque and Années Folles periods, when Paris was at the height of its creativity and glamour.
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