Buying for Baby: A Dozen Darling Children’s Shops in Paris

Buying for Baby: A Dozen Darling Children’s Shops in Paris

The gorgeous children’s shops in Paris are heaven for parents or travelers seeking great gifts for family and friends. France is famous for chic kids’ fashion and décor, with lots of niche brands in the capital creating stylish designs. We’ve picked 12 of the best boutiques for babies, infants, tweens and teens, near our central Maloka.info vacation apartments. ... Read More

Now is Time to Start Planning Your Christmas in Paris and Alsace

Now is Time to Start Planning Your Christmas in Paris and Alsace

Where has the year gone? Kids are back to school, days are getting shorter and pumpkin-flavored everything is hitting the shelves. The holiday season will be here before we know it! Christmas in Paris, Alsace and all of France is truly special. From the food to the lights to the shopping, it’s an unforgettable experience and an amazing gift to give yourself and loved ones. ... Read More

8 Great Annual Fall Events in Paris You Shouldn’t Miss

8 Great Annual Fall Events in Paris You Shouldn’t Miss

Marking the end of summer holidays, La Rentrée – “the return” – is an exciting time to visit the French capital. We’ve rounded up eight unmissable fall events in Paris, capturing the cultural highs and sociable festivals of this full-filled season. ... Read More

10 Reasons to Love the Crémant, the Latest Maloka.info Shared Apartment

10 Reasons to Love the Crémant, the Latest Maloka.info Shared Apartment

We love a great transformation story, and it doesn’t get much better than the Crémant apartment. This ugly duckling was transformed into a swan, thanks to Huff Harrington. The incredible interior design team out of Atlanta has worked its magic on several of our properties, including the Beaune and Cairanne. ... Read More

Guide to the Most Picture Perfect Paris Métro Station Entrances

Guide to the Most Picture Perfect Paris Métro Station Entrances

Paris Métro station entrances are famous worldwide for their beauty. French architect Hector Guimard produced the first generation of entries between 1900 and 1913. His elegant cast-iron and glass creations, with eye-catching lettering, were designed in the Art Nouveau style and became known as the style Métro. ... Read More

Your Guide to the Prettiest Insta-Famous Spots in Paris

Your Guide to the Prettiest Insta-Famous Spots in Paris

Paris is a city brimming with gorgeous places that fill your feed, but if you’re looking to find a different vantage point on a classic sight, or something a little different, we’ve put together a list of 10 of the prettiest Insta-famous spots in Paris: five can’t-miss classics and five more obscure places. And don’t forget to check out some of our most Instagramable apartments, as well as some of the Paris Instagram accounts we love. ... Read More

6 Non-Hotel Spas in Paris to Relax and Revive

6 Non-Hotel Spas in Paris to Relax and Revive

A few hours at a spa is one of the best ways to beat jet lag and recover from your journey to Paris. It’s also simply a wonderful way to pamper yourself. Paris is filled with plenty of luxurious spas, many of which are inside hotels. However, the city also has wonderful retreats independent of hotels. Whether you’re looking for a completely luxurious afternoon in a beautiful location or wanting to try a massage inspired by the healing properties of tea or wine, we’ve got a round-up of some of the best non-hotel spas in Paris. ... Read More

Pretty Paris Métro Stations: 8 Unique Stops in the City

Pretty Paris Métro Stations: 8 Unique Stops in the City

Like underground cathedrals, Paris’ Métro stations are beautiful destinations in their own right. While you’re traveling on this reliable subway system, look out for heritage and cultural highlights along the way. All of the pretty Paris Métro stations are named for people, places or events in French history. Some have picture-perfect entrances, others display art, curios or creative design inside. Spanning 16 lines and around 302 stations, accessed via a handy Métro map, the network was born in 1900. Here are eight unique stops in the city ... Read More

One-Bedroom Apartment for Sale with Breathtaking Views of Paris

One-Bedroom Apartment for Sale with Breathtaking Views of Paris

This one bedroom, ninth floor luxury apartment will truly take your breath away! Find rare panoramic, rooftop views of Paris from the long balcony and a fabulous location that is a few minutes walk from the Luxembourg Gardens. Importantly, this apartment has a commercial license, meaning it can be rented as a vacation apartment all year round. There are fewer than 500 commercial licenses granted for apartments in Paris, and this apartment is one of the lucky ones! ... Read More

7 Sensational Summer Walks in Paris that Will Evoke Your Inner Flâneur

7 Sensational Summer Walks in Paris that Will Evoke Your Inner Flâneur

One of our favorite French words is flâner. It means “to stroll,” but has a much more idle connotation, evoking the idea of wandering without an end point in mind. From time-to-time, it does the soul good to simply head out to see just what the day, and the city, has to offer. To help you get started, we’ve put together seven summer walks in Paris, from the Bois de Boulogne to the Promenade Plantée, which will take you past some beautifully iconic Parisian spots. After that, where your feet take you is the responsibility of your inner flâneur. ... Read More

The Judgement of Paris: A Must-Read Book About Impressionism

The Judgement of Paris: A Must-Read Book About Impressionism

If you’re coming to Paris, or visiting any of the American museums that offer a collection French Impressionist paintings, you must read The Judgement of Paris by Ross King. It’s as good as an excellent mystery, and you’ll be spellbound as the incredible story of the birth of Impressionism in Paris unfolds. ... Read More

Santé! 12 French Spirits to Taste on Your Trip to Paris

Santé! 12 French Spirits to Taste on Your Trip to Paris

For many around the world, France is instantly equated to great wine. While we can’t argue that the French do know their wine, but did you know they also produce excellent liquors? If you’ve traveled to Paris without trying these French spirits, you’ve been missing out! ... Read More

Our Guide to the Grand Train Stations in Paris

Our Guide to the Grand Train Stations in Paris

Their names provide clues to their locations and the regions they serve. All can be reached easily by Metro (subway). Designed to impress, these majestic landmarks are rich in history, architecture and art. Tempting shops, cafés and restaurants provide reasons to linger, with handy services and even free pianos available to play ... Read More

French Family Update: Ninette Turns 102

French Family Update: Ninette Turns 102

Philippe’s mother, Ninette, turned 102 last week and we drove to Normandy to celebrate.  Until last year, Ninette lived unassisted in the family’s three-story home. A wonderful housekeeper came every day to prepare lunch and, as she reached 100, to help with bathing and morning toilet, but she slept alone in the big house. ... Read More

Two-Bedroom Maloka Rentals that will Give you Real Estate Envy

Two-Bedroom Maloka Rentals that will Give you Real Estate Envy

Whether you’re traveling with your children, your parents, another couple or just a friend, it’s always more comfortable when everyone has their own bedroom to retreat to at the end of a long day of Paris sightseeing. Fortunately, we have many beautiful two-bedroom apartments that are perfect for mid-size groups. Keep reading to discover some of our most stunning Paris vacation rentals! ... Read More

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