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Spotlight on culture, arts and heritage in Paris

Spotlight on culture, arts and heritage in Paris

The name City of Light is well-deserved because, year after year, Paris is a beacon in the fields of culture, arts and heritage. A shining example to the world due to the depth, diversity and passion of the city’s events, exhibitions and sense of history. In keeping with this proud tradition, the Hotel Jacques de Molay, elegantly situated in its architectural jewel in the heart of the Marais, takes you on a tour of events not to be missed.

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Maison et Objet trade fair: everyday elegance

Maison et Objet trade fair: everyday elegance

While Paris is often seen as the capital of fashion, luxury, culture and gastronomy, it’s also a stronghold of design. Strolling along the cobbled streets of the Marais, near the Hotel Jacques de Molay, you’ll see that the galleries of contemporary art are shoulder to shoulder with numerous shops displaying the creations of many talented designers from around the world. Want to discover the hottest new talents and feel the pulse of the latest trends in decoration, furnishings and interior fittings? Then take advantage of Paris Design Week to explore the capital and visit the essential Salon Maison et Objet, one of the top trade shows of its kind in Europe, which will take place from September 8th to 12th, 2017, at the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre.

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Relive the Dalida years, courtesy of an exceptional exhibition

Relive the Dalida years, courtesy of an exceptional exhibition

Located in the heart of the Marais district of Paris, the Hotel Jacques de Molay is ideal for discovering the rich heritage of the capital. Add to the lustre of your stay in Paris with a generous helping of sequins and glamour by including in your itinerary a visit to the Palais Galliera and its fabulous exhibition dedicated to Dalida. From April 27th to August 13th, 2017, this spotlight on her wardrobe pays tribute to the Egyptian-born singer who passed away thirty years ago.

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