Best Wedding Entrance - Andre Rieu's 'LIVE IN DRESDEN: WEDDING AT THE OPERA'
Paris is the city known for its romantic and passionate notion, and many travel here solely to experience the romantic city. There are countless things to do in Paris, many places to see, and much of life that other cultures come to feel within this French city. Most importantly, you need to find the right hotel to complete your Parisian holiday.
Notably if you're going to be sight-seeing around the Eiffel Tower and the Champs-Elysees, you should try for the Hotel Plaza Athenee which engulfs you in a fine Parisienne decor with the magnificent views of the Eiffel Tower and the Avenue Montaigne. You can also check out Hotel de Crillon noted for its 18th century Palace details and is a hop away from the Champs-Elysees. Hotel de Crillon is also known for it's first class service treatment so one can only expect to be pampered by the staff.
If you're more comfortable with a world-famous brand, The Westin Paris does not only offer great views of the Tuileries gardens, the Louvre, and the Eiffel Tower, it is a close distance and offers baby-sitting services for those who may want to leave young children at the hotel for a shopping spree. The fashionable shopping haven Faubourg Honore is also nearby.
Also within the area is the classy La Tremoille which has a Haussmann era facade with an elegant contemporary style. Each room at the Tremoille has a private hatch-compartment linked from the hallway so that room service can be brought to your room without the staff entering. This is an ideal concept for those who prefer some privacy.
At the bustling Boulevard Malesherbes is the world renowned Hyatt Regency Paris-Madeleine is nearby the fashionable Faubourg Saint-Honore and a close distance to the Louvre, Champs-Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe. The Hyatt's interior is modern, clean and luxurious - perfect for any business and luxury traveller.
At the centre of Paris' art and culture is the opulent Hotel du Louvre. Each of its four facades look out onto Paris' famous landmarks - the Louvre, Opera Garnier, the Comedie Francaise, and the Place du Palais Royal. Its rich decor is heavily inspired by the original Napoleon III style.
If you estimate to spend your time around the Louvre, check into the award-winning Hotel Le Meurice for a classic elegant stay with a view of the Tuileries Garden. Also within the same area lies the boutique hotel, Hotel Montalembert which was one of the first ever boutique hotels in Paris. A great 8 million dollars was spent on its renovation and every room in this hotel has a different design.
How To Find The Right Hotel?
First you have to decide what you want to see, do and where you want to go. Then look at what Paris luxury hotels are available in the area you have decided.
If you want to know what hotels are available in the area, go to http://www.parisluxuryhotels.biz.
What do I wear to the opera?
I've checked and people have asked this question before, but mine is a little different.
See I've splurged on 'chandelier reserve tickets' (the best ones you can buy for this theater). So I thought I should wear my floor length dress in deep red. However, I don't know if it is exactly classified as an opera. We're going to see Phantom of the opera, which is technically a musical, not an opera. I know a shorter dress is always appropriate when you dress it up with the right jewelery and hair, but I am never comfortable showing much skin (not to mention it will probably be quite cold).
So these are my options:
floor length elegant red dress with black shrug.
suitpants with a silky shirt (or similar).
Either way I would probably wear pearls and do something special with my hair.
What's the consensus? is floor length too much? And does the phantom of the opera even count as an opera in this case?
No, it's not an opera, but why not splurge and wear the red floor length anyway. I dress up for the theatre, and am amazed at how casually people dress these days. Go in style. I really think the theatre people appreciate it.
ANTIQUE FRENCH OPERA GLASSES ELEGANT ALL PARTS IN RAINBOW MOTHER OF PEARL 203
ANTIQUE FRENCH OPERA GLASSES ELEGANT ALL PARTS IN RAINBOW MOTHER OF PEARL 200
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