The Hotel de la Motte-Picquet, in the very chic and gastronomic center of Paris, offers you the best prices and services.
The new normal of social distancing and Covid-related restrictions mean that this year's Christmas markets aren’t quite what they could have been. We may have a more limited choice this year in where we go can go. But, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t beautiful Christmas markets in Paris where we can shop and get into the festive spirits responsibly.
Paris is slowly getting back to normal. We aren’t there yet, but things are getting closer. That means that we can plan for a responsible Christmas vacation with the kids and still enjoy Paris at its most resilient.
Everyone in the hospitality industry must do their very best to keep all guests safe and secure during this pandemic. All hotels will continue to implement all the appropriate strategies for bookings, facilities and guest safety. This also means working within government guidelines. Those looking to travel to Paris this winter, perhaps for a visit during the Christmas break, need to be aware of the ongoing restrictions in place and the limitations this could impose on their stay.
A rise in COVID-19 cases in France has triggered a new Lockdown. However, the rules are a little bit different depending on where you are, or where you plan to travel. These rules come into force from October 30th, so you need to start thinking about your plans.
Alternative advent calendars have become very popular in recent years it isn’t enough for kids to have all the fun with their cute pictures and little chocolate treats every day. Adults want in on the fun too with their own daily treat.