Walk hand in hand in the most beautiful districts, exchange a kiss in the shade of a century-old tree, dine one-on-one in a Michelin star or a lovely intimate restaurant, spend a magical night in a charming hotel… In Paris, Capital of love, the places are not lacking to live unforgettable moments in love!
As romantic walks we suggest you several neighborhoods to visit of beaten path. In Paris some areas keeps cultivate a “village spirit”. For example on the east side of Paris you can discover the “Village Charonne” with its peaceful and bucolic atmosphere. On the left bank of Paris you should go to the Latin Quarter and “Mouffetard district”, a very picturesque area with old houses and with some still cobbled streets. Then more in the south you can go to the “Butte-aux-Cailles” a hilltop corner of paradise. Perched on a hill, this area full of charm seduces lovers with its cobbled streets lined with colorful houses with beautiful flower gardens. Contrary to what you might think, Père-Lachaise cemetery is an absolute must for lovers. Dotted along its romantic winding paths are the graves of famous men and women,
including Proust, Jim Morrison, Colette… An opportunity to looe yourself in mystical contemplation. And of course you cannot miss to take a selfie in front of the “Mur des Je t’aime” the I love you wall located in is a must-see for couples visiting Paris. The wall is composed of 612 squares of enameled lava, on which ‘I love you’ features 311 times in 250 languages ! And in the center of Paris you also have to make stop at the love lock bridge ! Please be informed that the City of Paris decided months ago to remove the symbolically fastened padlocks from it.
We selected you 3 places to enjoy a romantic and nice dinner on Valentine’s Day. Do not forget to make advance reservation !
La Pérouse restaurant, a former mansion of the 6th arrondissement of Paris was, in the early 20th century, a gourmet restaurant frequented by the great writers, such as Guy de Maupassant, Emile Zola, Alexandre Dumas or even Victor Hugo. Walking through the doors is primarily a wonder; it’s like entering a place where the time has stopped. The prime reason why we recommend this place is that they offer to a few of its clients the possibility to be seated and served in one of their private rooms of the restaurants.
Board on the “Yachts de Paris” yacht, considered one of the finest restaurant boats in Paris, just been refurbished from top to toe by Pierre Frey in a style that puts all the emphasis on luxury, elegance and serenity. The yacht offers few individual tables for dinners of distinction. Two and half hours of magic for the eyes tasting a fine dinner as the boat glides down the river letting you discover Paris by night. Here, everything speaks of luxury à la française.
Then we suggest discovering Mathieu Pacaud 2 Michelin star restaurant called Histoires. Enter inside and be welcomed in a poetry universe. Enjoy at one of the 20 seats a very intimate and fine dinner.
To enjoy a romantic night in Paris we suggest you 3 hotels. The hotel de Sers, a 5 star boutique hotel situated near the Eiffel Tower and few steps away from Champs Elysées,
has revived the original vocation of this former private mansion. It welcomes travelers to a luxurious, contemporary environment.
Few steps away from the Louvre museum we selected for you the Grand Hotel Du Palais Royal. This hotel is nestled in a magnificent 18th century building, parts of which are officially designated a historic monument. Rooms meet classic luxury and modern design with style. Some of the rooms and suites have their own balcony with spectacular
views of Paris and its monuments.
Why not staying in the most prestigious palace of Paris, freshly restored, Le Ritz. Its grand décor and intimate salons welcome guests to rediscover a unique atmosphere and the inimitable French art de vivre. An experience to not miss if you have the opportunity.
Do not hesitate to ask to your private concierge service in Paris to plan any kind of attention to your beloved 🙂
And you? what’s your perfect Valentine’s day?