We recently took a trip to Paris to help you plan your next romantic weekend getaway. We share our secret hot spots, including the best place to eat and drink whilst you’re in the City of Light. Enjoy our helpful city guide and prepare to make a few subtle hints before the 14th Feb…
Where to Eat
Just around the corner from the beautiful Louvre, you’ll find Rue Saint-Honoré, a beautiful side street full of bakeries and small cafes where you can totally indulge. It would be rude not to have a croissant or two for breakfast when you’re in Paris, so take one to go and wonder the beautiful cobbled streets and take in all of the stunning architecture surrounding you.
Les Halles. Palais Royale. Place Vendôme
Just a short walk away from the Notre-Dame, visit the intimate Ma Salle à Manger in Place Dauphine for a quiet bite to eat at lunch. For a true taste of French cuisine, get your first taste of Escargot or share their delicious baked Camembert and Cranberries (our favourite!) with a glass of wine from their extensive drinks menu.
26 Place Dauphine, Ile de la Cité, 75001
Where to Stay
Hotel De Neuve
Centrally located in the heart of Paris’s Marais district, Hotel de Neuve is just a 5-minute walk from Place de la Bastille and the River Seine – the perfect location for travellers interested in food, shopping and art.
Hôtel Fabric is located on the rue de la Folie-Méricourt, between the Place de la Republique and the Place de la Bastille, in the 11th district of the capital. This hotel is the perfect spot for travellers interested in monuments, museums and history.
Booking an Airbnb is a great way to have an authentic experience in a new city. Whether it’s a small apartment or a penthouse overlooking the Eiffel tower, Airbnb has a range of accommodation to fit you and your loved one’s personality.