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.
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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.
We all need a cosy place to go and escape from the real world for a little while – now more than ever. That is precisely what you can get when you head over to the 18th arrondissement in Paris and check out Chapelle XIV.
Not all visitors to Paris are aware of what lies beneath Notre Dame Cathedral. To be honest, this is probably true for a lot of Parisian residents too ...
Green initiatives are essential for the health and long-term viability of Paris and its people. One of the more interesting ideas on the table right now via major Anne Hidalgo is the concept of urban forests in Paris.
July in Paris should mean lots of fun fairs, events and celebrations. But, this summer is a little more subdued in the wake of lockdown. Even so, there are still plenty of things to do in Paris in July as parks, theme parks, museums and terraces reopen for the season.