Air France is getting fancy at its La Premiere lounge at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport’s Terminal 2E, thanks to a new partnership with the Palace of Versailles. The menu and décor have been overhauled with new royal touches.
Lounge chef Teddy Merienne added new dishes, including turbot with Swiss chard, a dish served at exclusive dinner parties at the Ducasse restaurant at the Palace of Versailles. At tea time, the lounge takes inspiration from former Palace of Versailles resident, Marie-Antoinette. The Les Delices de Marie-Antoinette set involves small treats, like marble cake, chocolate chip brioche and, the signature dessert of the Ducasse restaurant, the Louis XIV. Diners can also order coffee or hot chocolate.
Even the tableware has been upgraded to items from the Ancient Royal Manufacture of Limoges, reproduced by Maison Bernardaud, also used at Ducasse at the Palace of Versailles. The space is outfitted with Cuisine de Roi a Versailles cookbooks from chef Alain Ducasse.
The lounge’s décor now has boxed orange trees from the Palace of Versailles botanical collection on display at the entrance. The wine list has been curated by Ducasse.
Manchester, a city already buzzing with energy, welcomes some exciting new additions, from boutique hotels to highly anticipated culinary destinations to historic venues. Plan a trip to Manchester to not only indulge in your favorite soccer team but also to enjoy delicious food, both charming and luxury accommodations, and lively events and venues.
ISN’T IT TIME? It's time to treat yourself to the vacation you deserve, and Celebrity Cruises® offers the perfect escapes. With an award-winning fleet of ships that sail to more than 300 destinations around the world, Celebrity will take you almost anywhere you want to go in style. Enjoy stunning staterooms and suites, culinary experiences imagined by Michelin-starred chefs and intuitive service. Celebrity makes sure your vacation is effortless from the start, which is why drinks, WiFi and tips are Always IncludedSM on every sailing.
Porvoo, Finland, only an hour from Helsinki, is a medieval coastal town and a cultural haven, well known for its exciting culinary scene, colorful wooden houses and cafés. Here, you will discover the new Runo Porvoo Hotel, a family-owned landmark building and business blending Finnish traditions with contemporary Nordic design, world-class artwork and the rustic-meets-modern allure of American Shaker-style furnishings.
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Salmon Falls Resort in Ketchikan, Alaska, spoils guests with a new immersive luxury offer. The VIP fishing trip offer, called Hooked on Salmon Falls, starts at $15,000 for two guests and includes a four-night stay in a presidential king ocean view suite. In addition to round-trip airport transfers, the offer also comes with complimentary dining and $250 in fish shipping credit.
The Hotel Bel-Air hosts a new end-of-summer BBQ with Master Chef Wolfgang Puck on the lawn of the hotel. The event is back after a three-year hiatus, set to take place Sept. 6. Guests will be able to enjoy an evening featuring backyard-style barbeque and seasonal summer favorites.
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