Clarion Collection Hotel Etoile Saint Honore
214, FBG Saint Honore
Phone: (33) 1 42252627
Fax: (33) 1 45614453
214, FBG Saint Honore, Paris, FR, 75008
- Phone: (33) 1 42252627
- Fax: (33) 1 45614453
Lacoste, a brand that is synonymous with the green crocodile, is known for its tennis shirts, sported by many famous players. The flagship boutique on the world-famous Champs-Élysées offers simple yet classy clothes, watches, footwear, sunglasses and belts that never go out of style. The store can add a sporty yet fashionable touch to anybody's wardrobe.
A high-class restaurant on the world's most famous avenue, Ladurée (founded in 1862) also boasts a bakery. You can try the famous “macarons” (moist jam-filled cookies), a specialty of this establishment, or enjoy the raw and cooked vegetable salad along with a variable of other dishes served for lunch and dinner.
No matter how chic your outfit may be, it can never be complete without the right pair of shoes, and that is where Mario Raspini comes in. The shoes at this store, which is situated along the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, are works of art in themselves, and each pair is elaborately crafted. The collection on offer, for both men and women, is rather vast, but if you still can't find that perfect pair, you have the option of ordering a customized pair.
On the Champs-Élysées, this sumptuous boutique sells Guerlain's full range of perfume, make-up and Issima skincare products - many of which are only available at Guerlain's Paris stores. Luckily for France, Guerlain, a vinegar maker with a small side perfume business on the Rue de Rivoli, got his break from the Empress Eugénie, who commissioned the first Eau Impériale. You can still buy this perfume along with dozens of others in this quintessentially French store.
What do you do at one o'clock in the morning when you desperately want a cigar and a bottle of Cognac? Easy, just pop in the Drugstore Publicis to get anything you need at any time - you can even eat there. A useful place to remember. Visit the website for detailed information on all their products.
A trip to Marché Poncelet is a staple on Parisian itineraries aiming to capture the local essence of the City of Light. Open throughout the week except on Mondays, the famous outdoor market is located within stumbling distance of the Arc de Triomphe. It is lined with stalls selling local specialties, fresh produce, fruits, vegetables, seafood, artisan cheese and bread. Begin your day with breakfast at the street boulangerie where the aroma of freshly-baked baguettes, pastries and confectionery engulfs your senses. Sample freshly-shucked oysters, relish gourmet chocolates, witness chicken roasting in the open, rummage through artifacts, buy unique souvenirs and mingle with the locals at one of the best food markets in Paris.
Liste Rouge - Paris is all about style, class and elegance. Get your clothes tailor-made from here and be sure that all eyes will only be on you! They give a lot of attention to details, and create magic with the fabric. Walk into the store to find not only shirts but also cashmeres and accessories, such as cuff links and ties. No wonder all the celebrities love to hit this store again and again.
This chain of reliable Paris stores, designed for the busy city shopper, can be found in each Arrondissement. Stores are usually divided into a grocery store on one floor and clothing, home and beauty sections on another floor. Clothing basics for men, women and children, delivery service, photo booths and photocopying are available here. This store is open until midnight, perfect for picking up groceries, a notebook, or some shampoo after work.
This pastry temple opened in 1802, but has been modernized since. It includes a three-level space, a 140-square meter (1506 square-foot) boutique, a plush tea-room and a bar for quick meals. There is an extensive choice of pastries and chocolates; their excellent quality has won Dalloyau an excellent reputation around the world. Other fashionable Dalloyau locations in Paris are at Bastille (5, boulevard Beaumarchais, 4th), Convention (69, rue de la Convention, 15th), Raspail (63, rue de Grenelle, 7th), and Luxembourg (2, place Edmond Rostand, 6th).
The Beretta Gallery welcomes you to a class range of outdoor products and gears. Sporting apparels for men and women, travel luggage and travel related accessories and books are offered here. The most interesting part of the gallery, however, is the fine grade of firearms and hunting knives sold along with the required accessories and books. To guide for the same the gallery has experienced gunsmiths. Come and experience the Berreta's legacy in precision products for the adventure you will experience with those tools.
Olga Berluti believes her shoes have a soul. Yes, a soul, not just a sole. The Duke of Windsor, Warhol, Sinatra and countless others seem to have agreed, and still do. Founded in 1895 by an Italian cobbler named Alessandro Berluti, his descendants have continued the family tradition of exceptional bootmaking – with a Parisian flair. Each ready-to-wear shoe is unique and inimitable, the client choosing the patina applied to his own pair in the Paris Atelier. Should you have the inclination, bespoke is offered by appointment with the house Master Bootmaker (upwards of EUR2500). But be warned, perfection is addictive.
If you love classic traditional cuts in your clothes, Paule Ka is just for you. Designer Serge Cajfinger combines his scissor happy skills to suit your desires. Kit up in the latest cuts and trends of the season with fashion gear ranging from skirts, cardigans, trousers, jackets and spectacular accessories that will surely woo the crowds.