The city of Paris is considered the pinnacle of fine dining and luxury. It is home to some of the most expensive and ostentatious hotels, shopping and restaurants money can buy. Here are some of the most expensive restaurants in Paris. Feast your eyes and your stomach.
Located on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, this restaurant has outrageous views and outrageous price tags. Meals here run around $300 per person.
In the luxury 5-star Le Bristol Hotel, Epicure is the perfect spot for the well-off epicurean. The seasonal menu runs $350, not including wine.
The crystal chandelier-showered Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee has a mouthful name and a mouthful of money. The prix fixe Jardin-Marin menu costs $425.
It’s no surprise Alain Ducasse is the head of another Paris restaurant. Seated in an 18th-century-style room, guests can expect to shell out $500 a person.
Largely celebrated as the most expensive restaurant in Paris, Guy Savoy tops the list with a menu selection costing $525 per person, includes an 18-course menu featuring lobster and artichoke soup with black truffle.
Since its prestige for attracting the world elite grew in the 1960s, Greece remains the go-to destination for glittering holidays. Each step of the journey is enrobed in luxury, from culinary traditions with the highest standard of execution and name-brand, high-end shopping to first-rate wellness locales and elite accommodations, like 5-star hotels, private villas and yachts.
Legendary Hotel del Coronado reached another milestone in its $400 million Master Plan reimagination, with the completion of an extensive, historic restoration of the hotel’s front porch and lobby; a redesigned main entry and drive experience; new guestrooms in The Views area; and refreshed retail concepts.
As a native of the Philadelphia region, I’m quite familiar with the drive in and out of the City of Brotherly Love. Even as the city’s skyline continually transforms, my favorite views of Philadelphia have always been along Boathouse Row, with the Philadelphia Museum of Art rising in the background, before looping around the museum to the flag-lined Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Home to many of Philadelphia’s incredible and world-renowned museums, the Fairmount neighborhood is fittingly aesthetically pleasing and practically synonymous with fine art.
The Global Business Travel Association’s (GBTA) Convention 2021 will be unlike any other convention before it, as we come together in person for the first time since the business travel industry drastically changed and look forward to rebuilding and reshaping the future. GBTA Convention 2021 will bring all of us together to learn from experts and each other, in-person at Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, Nov. 17–19. The safety of our attendees is our top priority. View health and safety protocols.
Set to open in 2026, Rosewood San Francisco will be the last skyscraper developed in the downtown region for the foreseeable future. The projected 800-foot-tall property will host a hotel, residences, office and rental spaces. The brand’s third property in California will join Rosewood Sand Hill in Menlo Park, and Rosewood Miramar Beach in Montecito.
Without a doubt, the pandemic changed the role of airports in the travel industry. Hamad International Airport’s role evolved in many ways since the pandemic hit. Now, more than ever, airports are responsible for creating a secure passenger experience. As the gateway to Qatar and the world, the safety and wellbeing of staff and passengers has always been at the core of Hamad International Airport’s strategy.