C&IT unveils Venue Paris 2014

It's time to fall in love with the City of Light again. C&IT's latest Venue Paris guide shows off all the latest and greatest event spaces in the French capital this year.

Sunrise in Paris, France
Sunrise in Paris, France

If the front cover of our Venue ?Paris guide hasn’t seduced you enough, the venues inside ?the pages of ?our annual Parisian review ?are certain to tempt you towards the Eurostar terminal or Charles de Gaulle airport.

The renaissance of the Parisian palaces is truly underway, with the Four Seasons Hotel George V unveiling its new look following a refurbishment ?of all of its guest rooms; the Hotel Intercontinental Paris Le Grand reopening its staggeringly elegant Opera Ballroom; and Hotel de Crillon – complete with two Karl Lagerfeld-designed suites – gearing up for a 2015 opening. New pretenders to the palace crown include Europe’s first Peninsula Hotel, which opened in August and combines Chinese heritage with classic French flair.

Kooky design gems are also opening up across the city so indulge your inner artist with a private tour of the Jacquemart-Andre Museum or check out the graffiti tags at the striking Hotel Molitor Paris by MGallery. Add to this slick business venues of all sizes and Michelin-starred tables aplenty and it’s time to fall in love with Paris once again.

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