The 6th edition of What's up in Paris is out now!
In 2019, original hotel concepts have popped up on the scene with the opening of 25Hours and Jo&Joe, alongside a new range of more classic and modern hotels such as the Hôtel de Berri and Courtyard Marriott Gare de Lyon. For the organization of events, options are plentiful this year with the Bridge and its offbeat clubbing offer or the reopening of the Pavillon d'Armenonville, which has a strong ecological ethos.
On the catering scene, the choice includes famous renovated Parisian brasseries such as La Coupole or Le Train Bleu, or new addresses such as the brasserie of the Lutetia or the restaurant Mayo, a convivial spot at the Hyatt Regency Etoile. For a festive reception, head to the Froufrou or the Roxie!
Looking for inspiration for an upcoming teambuilding event? Innovative cooking courses, perfume creation at Fragonard, original escape games, discovery of French savoir faire at immersive workshops with Wecandoo ... there is something for everyone. Finally, for shopping, a trip to Galeries Lafayette or BHV, the Parisian shopping temples, is a must.
Not to miss: the year's major events are featured on the Calendar pages, but the French capital will also be celebrating some special anniversaries, such as the 130th anniversary of the Eiffel Tower.
On the hotel scene, Maison Fauchon launches its first hotel this summer on Place de la Madeleine … In the Montparnasse district, boutique hotel Niepce Paris opens, with decor reflecting the strong artistic identity of the area. And renowned Hôtel Barrière Le Fouquet’s Paris gets a top to toe makeover. And there is plenty of other accommodation to browse in the magazine!
Think big for your next event, with the newly-opened Paris Convention Centre — the biggest conference centre in Europe with a 5,200-seat plenary hall, or the Palais des Congrès Paris Saclay. Think original with the former bank vault of the Banke Hotel; think jazzy with Secret 8; think culture with the Atelier des Lumières; or, hover over the French capital with a jetpack flight!
On the shopping scene, Printemps lifts the veil on its Printemps du Goût, a combination of good taste in food and decor with a selection of 100% French products and a 360 ° view over Paris; whilst Galeries Lafayette offers a huge rooftop available for private hire and affording a magical view of Paris.
Just what you’ve been waiting for … The 2017 edition of ‘What’s up in Paris’ is now out and packed full of new and surprising offerings!
Check out the Hôtel Nolinski Paris with its stylish and elegant interiors on Avenue de l’Opéra, see the brand new Seine Musicale - a landmark music complex on the Ile Seguin, and the restaurant Ore –Ducasse au Château de Versailles, which hosts exceptional private receptions in a royal setting! For a shopping spree, head to La Villette to discover the Vill’Up shopping centre and its unusual round of attractions. On sunny days, the rooftop terrace of Flow is ideal for sipping a cocktail on the Seine and admiring the view. And for a cutting-edge music scene that takes you through the night, don’t miss the Nuits Fauves or the Rex Club!
Hotels, restaurants, events venues, incentives, shopping … these pages will certainly provide you with the inspiration to make your event or stay in the French capital simply unforgettable. To plan ahead and get the best out of your trips in 2017, see our calendar listing the top Parisian events!
The What's up in Paris is getting bigger and better every year! The 2016 edition presents the news and what’s new on the destination in 32 pages. 4,000 copies of the magazine will be distributed throughout the year, during our MICE and leisure marketing operations in France and abroad (Rendez-vous en France, Imex Frankfurt, IBTM World Barcelona ...).
This summer (June 2016), the Ritz Paris, a mythical Parisian palace, reopens its doors after 4 years of renovation and refurbishment, the AccorHotels Arena plays host to international stars and unveils an exciting line-up of events, and the Alcázar, a trendy brasserie and former cabaret, lifts the curtain on its brand new English- and Brazilian-inspired interior decor …
Welcome to What’s up in Paris 2015! In this second edition, you’ll find 28 pages of new ideas to give you extra help in planning your events and trips to the French capital …
Once again, this year offers some exciting cultural developments: the Picasso Museum, in the 17th-century Hôtel Salé mansion, has been beautifully renovated; architect Franck Gehry has created some stunning sails of glass and steel at the Louis Vuitton Foundation; while the Philharmonie de Paris, with its state-of-the-art acoustics, will be hosting some of the most famous international orchestras.
Luxury and boutique hotels, as well as accommodation for young people, unusual venues, top restaurants, nightlife …
What’s Up in Paris introduces you to ‘the’ places to be in the capital from the hottest to the unmissable.
Paris, the City of Lights, is regularly voted the world’s most coveted and charismatic. The secret of Paris’s attractiveness is undoubtedly due to its capacity to surprise, by offering event professional infrastructures in a unique setting combining elegance, culture, history and modernity.
What’s Up in Paris gives event planners a concise overview of the newer venues and spaces for meetings and festive events!
Don’t miss the new incentives to bring a Parisian touch to every event!