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All Packages Include...

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First or Business Class Flights
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Or Private Jets

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Optional Airport

Concierge Services

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Access To Exclusive Airport Lounges

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The Best Transfer Options

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From Luxury Vehicles

And Helicopters

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To Speedboats

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Or Seaplanes

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Hand Picked Hotels

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...And Resorts

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And A Host Of

Sophisticated

Entertainment Options

  • PACKAGE OVERVIEW

    Paris Flexible Luxury Travel Package From (Per Person Sharing)
    £ 2 860 ex London
    € 3 535 ex Frankfurt
    $ 6 215 ex New York
    R 93 175 ex Johannesburg

    As World’s Ultimate Luxury Travels offers the absolute finest in luxury travel, our packages include Business Class flights and deluxe rooms in our selected World’s Ultimate hotels, as the minimum standard.

    A bespoke Paris luxury package, within our framework, can be designed to include any of these optional excursions to suit your specific travel requirements and ensure a glamorous Parisian experience.

    Indicative Package Pricing (Including airport taxes)
    Option 1
    Business Class Flights
    Priority Check-in and Boarding and Expedited Immigration
    Luxury private Mercedes E-Class transfers
    7 nights’ accommodation in a Deluxe Room at the Le Meurice Hotel in Paris
    Breakfast included
    Excursions excluded
    Excludes City Tax of €4,40 per person per night

    £ 2 860 ex London
    € 3 535 ex Frankfurt
    $ 6 215 ex New York
    R 93 175 ex Johannesburg

    (Per person based on 2 people sharing)
    Paris

    Option 2
    Business Class Flights
    Exclusive Airport Concierge Service
    Luxury private Mercedes S-Class transfers
    7 nights’ accommodation in a Junior Suite at the Le Bristol Hotel in Paris
    Breakfast included
    Excursions excluded
    Excludes City Tax of €4,40 per person per night

     
    £ 5 385 ex London
    € 6 650 ex Frankfurt
    $ 9 850 ex New York
    R 147 695 ex Johannesburg

    (Per person based on 2 people sharing)
    Paris

    Option 3 – Ultimate Luxury
    First Class Flights from New York and Johannesburg, Business Class Flights from London and Frankfurt
    Exclusive Airport Concierge Service
    Luxury private Mercedes S-Class transfers
    7 nights’ accommodation in
    a Deluxe Suite at the Four Seasons George V
    Breakfast included
    Excursions excluded
    Excludes City Tax of €4,40 per person per night

    £ 9 555 ex London
    € 11 800 ex Frankfurt
    $ 19 550 ex New York
    R 274 665 ex Johannesburg

    (Per person based on 2 people sharing)
    Paris


    Paris Luxury Travel Package Highlights

    Our Paris packages have been designed by our luxury travel specialists to include the most refined travel options imaginable in order to provide you with the Ultimate Luxury Travel Experience. Tailor your travel experience by selecting from our hand-picked portfolio of luxurious flight, airport concierge, transfer and hotel options below:

    Flights in Ultimate Comfort
    Fly to and from the Paris in your choice of Business or First Class.

    Optional Airport Concierge Service
    Experience dignitary treatment with our Airport Concierge Service. If this option is selected, you will be welcomed at the aircraft door on arrival and accompanied to a private lounge in a luxury vehicle, whilst all immigration procedures and formalities will be taken care of for you. Your personal Concierge will collect your luggage and accompany you to your selected mode of luxury transport.

    Luxury Transfers
    Luxury Transfers to your selected hotel in Paris will be provided in a private luxury vehicle

    World’s Ultimate Hotels – Deluxe Rooms or Suites
    We offer an extraordinary portfolio of the finest hotels in Paris. These elite selections are carefully chosen according to the most stringent criteria to ensure you of the Ultimate experience in Luxury accommodation. Furthermore, we offer you the most elegant and extravagant rooms or suites in our selected World’s Ultimate Luxury Hotels.

    Add any of the optional activities recommended by our Luxury Travel Specialists

    OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES
    Eiffel Tower Lunch/Dinner
    Skip the hour long queues to ascend the Eiffel Tower by having a very special lunch or dinner by Michelin-starred chef, Alain Ducasse at Le Jules Verne, the restaurant in the Eiffel Tower. Your table will allow you to see the most spectacular views of Paris while enjoying a Champagne aperitif and a lovely three course lunch or exquisite six course dinner with a perfect wine pairing.
    Dinner Cruise Along The Seine
    Board a glamorous glass-encased boat for a dinner cruise through the majestic heart of Paris on your final night, experience the charm of the city lights from the Seine River, enjoy a Champagne Aperitif, a window table, and a delicious meal and wine pairing.
    Luxury Private Lunch/Dinner Cruise Along the Seine
    Step aboard the most beautiful yacht on the Seine and treat yourself and your party to a refined, custom-tailored lunch or dinner sightseeing cruise through the most romantic of cities. With a champagne aperitif, a delectable and appetizing 3-course meal and the most amazing views of the city, this cruise signifies the perfect afternoon or evening spent on the Seine River. We highly recommend this cruise to a party of 6 or more persons.
    Paris Half-Day City Tour
    Embark on an exciting half day Paris city tour in a private Mercedes S-Class with an English speaking driver-guide completely at your disposal to show you all the highlights of Paris including the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral and many more. This tour lasts for about 4 Hours, however you have the option of booking a full day tour instead.
    Paris Chocolate Tour or Wine and Cheese Tasting
    You can choose to enjoy your afternoon by embarking on a tour of some famous French chocolatiers with a private driver and guide, or alternatively choose to explore some idyllic French wines in a quaint French wine shop.
    Louvre Tour
    As the Louvre is the largest Museum in the world, one could easily spend hours or even days there without truly being able to enjoy the experience, thus we will organise a professional licensed guide to privately escort you through the museum focussing on the Masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo, the Apollo Gallery and many more.
    Versailles Half-Day Tour

    This 4-hour private guided tour of Versailles will allow you to discover the amazing residences of Louis the XIV, the Sun King. Your personal driver and guide will transfer you to Versailles, where you will be able to jump the queue and a passionate guide you will host a guided tour, just for you.

    Private Tour to Dom Perignon Cellars
    Enjoy the Ultimate Champagne experience as your driver will transfer you to the Dom Perignon Cellars in France’s Champagne region where you will enjoy a private visit of these acclaimed cellars and tasting with a master sommelier.
    Personal Shopper
    Spend the morning with a world-class personal shopper on hand to help you find exactly what you are looking for or advise you in terms of style.
    Moulin Rouge Dinner and Show
    End the day by spending your evening enjoying an extravagant dinner at the Moulin Rouge and staying in your VIP seats to enjoy a famous Moulin Rouge Show.
    Add any of the following dining options recommended by our Luxury Travel Specialists

    DINING OPTIONS
    Paris is home to many exceptional restaurants, but finding one that can also be relied upon for professional, courteous service and an inviting ambiance can occasionally prove tricky. Among the French capital’s vast array of eateries, the below can be relied upon to deliver wonderful cuisine and a dining experience to remember.
    Pierre Gagnaire - Champs-Elysées

    Pierre Gagnaire Paris Luxury Travel

    A discovery trail of French cuisine from one of the most inventive chefs around today, who often finds inspiration in painting and jazz. The pared-back dining room provides the stage for a panoply of dishes, from minuscule appetisers – a tuna meringue, a clam with diced veg – to a whirlwind of desserts, all propelled by a fleet of lithe waiters.

    Although Pierre Gagnaire is often associated with molecular cuisine in his collaborations with scientist Hervé This, this is real food, not froths and foams, with perfect seasoning and an extraordinary variety of flavours and textures. The lunch menu is a relatively accessible way to sample this extraordinary cuisine.

    Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée

    Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée Paris Luxury TravelMore than a name, Alain Ducasse has become a veritable institution. Although he has several establishments in France, the Relais Plaza at the Plaza Atheéné is one of his most emblematic. The elegant art deco setting is a perfect foil to his cuisine. Rather than seeking to be inventive, the menu features traditional and classic dishes that are composed with outstanding expertise: pan-fried veal liver, beef tartare, etc. Take bistro classics, mix them with the spirit of the Plaza Athénée, and you have the most upscale dishes, with quite a new flavour.

    They would be delighted to welcome you at the Meurice. Dining room recently redecorated by designer Patrick Jouin: a mix of traditional and modern. Swarovski crystal, ceilings with gold leaf, armchairs in Corian, lighting that changes with the time of day.

    Viewpoint: View over the interior courtyard of the Plaza Athénée.

    Le Pré Catelan

    Le Pre Catelan Paris Luxury TravelA delightful setting … In the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, an elegant Napoléon III pavilion with classic decor and salons full of history available for private hire for your finest fêtes, weddings, private receptions, professional events and seminars.

    The Pré Catalan restaurant, with talented chef Frédéric Anton at the helm, serves inventive and refined haute gastronomie, awarded a 3rd Michelin star in the 2007 edition of the Michelin Guide.

    Lasserre

    Lasserre Paris Luxury TravelLocated on avenue Franklin-Roosevelt in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, the restaurant Lasserre welcomes diners in a sophisticated setting with a Belle Époque decor. The restaurant, famous for its food and especially for its open roof, was named after its creator, René Lasserre. Christophe Moret and the patisserie chef Claire Heitzel created a subtle, delicate, and delicious cuisine using the strong identity of this place whilst opening to the rest of the world. The ground floor dining rooms, with a decor inspired by the 18th century, are modular and can seat up to 54 diners.

    Cuisine traditional: Chef Christophe likes to play with taste pairs, combinations of textures, and colour themes, to create a real voyage of flavours.

    Speciality: Macaroni, black truffles, and duck foie gras, André Malraux pigeon, crêpes Suzette.

    Epicure

    Epicure Paris Luxury Travel

    The restaurant at Le Bristol, the five-star hotel on Rue Saint-Honoré, holds three Michelin stars. Ten years after becoming executive chef, Eric Fréchon received the ultimate fine dining accolade – the coveted third Michelin star. Fréchon’s cooking had already won him recognition, notably a Meilleur Ouvrier de France award.

    Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has gone on record saying Fréchon is his favourite chef. The dining room overlooking the garden was a former theatre created by Jules de Castellane; it has a magnificent ceiling in gold leaf decorated with an allegory of the 4 seasons. Regency wood panelling with oak from Hungary. 16th-century tapestry from the Lille tapestry factory.

    Summer dining: the restaurant opens out onto a huge 1,200 m² French-style garden, an exceptional place in Paris. 114 Faubourg, the luxury brasserie directly accessible from rue du faubourg Saint Honoré. Dahlias on an orange background decorate the walls creating a warm floral and convivial environment.

    L'Ambroisie

    Ambroisie Paris Luxury TravelThis restaurant opened at the heart of the Marais under the magnificent arcades of the Place des Vosges in 1986 and occupies the premises of a former goldsmith’s store. Featuring an 18th century decor with tapestries by Aubusson, original parquet flooring and stylish furniture, this Michelin-starred temple to gastronomy offers a journey through time. Wonderful Neo-venetian style setting.

    Viewpoint: View on the Place des Vosges. (Marais district)

    Le Jules Verne - Eiffel Tower

    Le Jules Verne - View and Table Setting Paris Luxury Travel

    To dine at the Jules Verne is a rare moment, a step out of time and space… A particular experience, a wonderful journey. The Jules Verne offers the best views of Paris, one of the warmest and most intimate dining rooms of the capital, the plate a reflection of French culinary heritage with a hint of a contemporary touch and attentive service.


    The extraordinary setting 400ft (122 metres) up the Eiffel Tower (reached by the restaurant’s own lift, south pillar) takes the stuffiness out of grand-occasion dining with a suave decor by Patrick Jouin and nonchalant waiters who don’t bat an eyelid when you get up to take photos. Since being taken into the Ducasse empire, Le Jules Verne has improved its food to match the views, with a modern take on grand classics by Pascal Féraud, right down to a chocolate bolt dessert in homage to the 2.5 million bolts that hold the tower together.

    One does not come to the Jules Verne by chance. It is a destination that transmits a dream. Gourmet emotions and memories…

    Note: Dress is smart— not the shorts and T-shirts of usual Eiffel Tower visitors.

    L'Astrance

    This hidden gem in the posh neighborhood across the river from the Eiffel Tower is the brainchild of two l’Arpège alums – Pascal Barbot, former sous chef and Christophe Rohat, maître d’hôtel – who earned L’Astrance’s first Michelin star within five months of opening in 2000; followed by a second and third star by 2007 & has been ranked by San Pelligrino as one of the 50 best restaurants in the world for the last 8 years.

    The result is delicate broth, langoustine, lobster, veal or duck accompanied by the likes of lemongrass, coriander, miso, jasmine, coconut milk, soy sauce, ginger, garlic, edible flowers and daikon. Three of his signature dishes are a layered galette of raw mushrooms, foie gras with hazelnut oil & lemon confit – a tender lobster tail on spicy tomato-peanut sauce – and hollowed-out eggshell cups filled with jasmine-infused eggnog.

    Every meal here is a succession of astonishingly delicious flavours. Reserve as soon as you think you might want to go, the wait list ranges from 1 to 2 months.

    Cuisine: traditional.

    Ledoyen

    Ledoyen Paris Luxury TravelPicturesquely located in the gardens of the Champs-Elysées, the Pavillon Ledoyen is one of the oldest gastronomic restaurants in the French capital. The establishment boasts an impressive facade, magnificent art deco decor, beautiful wood panelling and an exquisite glass roof.

    Under the aegis of talented chef Christian Le Squer the restaurant has become one of the most popular in Paris with top class cuisine and three stars in the Michelin Guide: Bresse chicken in a pot and morels in juice, casserole cooked lobster, wild duckling with orange rind, crispy salted truffles and creamy quenelles with foie gras … Luxury dining.

    Cuisine: traditional.

    Speciality: Scallop, fried frog with flat-leaved, braised turbot.

    Viewpoint: The Champs Elysées gardens.

    Restaurant Le Meurice Alain Ducasse

    Le Meurice Paris Luxury Travel

    The Meurice restaurant, at the eponymous hotel, offers a wonderful and varied menu. The triple-starred cuisine of chef Alain Ducasse is modern and audacious with authentic flavours and meticulous presentation. Inspired by the Salon de la Paix at the Palace of Versailles, the decoration of the restaurant was revamped by Stark in 2007 and offers timeless elegance: majestic glass door with gilding, antique mirrors, chandeliers, bronzes, marble and frescoes. The silver, white and natural light give the room a unique harmony. There is also an enchanting view of the Tuileries Gardens through the windows. Turn of the century decor. Marble columns, mosaic floors, glass chandeliers, frescos, gilding.

    Cuisine: traditional.

    Viewpoint: Of the Tuileries Gardens/rue de Rivoli.

  • RESERVATION FORM

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