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Make your break special with Kusmi Tea at the Sister Hotels

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At the Sister Hotels, all we think about is our guest’s satisfaction and well-being. Thus, we keep on looking for new ideas to make your stay at our hotel more special and unique. After having announced our partnerships with the amazing PAUL and the exceptional l’Occitane, here comes the turn for another impressive partnership, the renowned Kusmi Tea. Founded in 1867, Kusmi Tea is one of the world’s most renowned tea brands, offering tea lovers the finest tea blends and sets. For almost 140 yea… ...

Cirque du Soleil: Amalùna

From Friday, 6 November 2015 to Sunday, 13 December 2015, the Canadian entertainment company Cirque du Soleil is back in Paris at La Bagatelle playing field with one of its latest touring shows, Amalùna. Inspired by Shakespeare’s play, The Tempest, the show illustrates the story of Miranda, who falls in love with Romeo, a young man who lands on the island of Amalùna after a storm caused by her mother, the Goddess Prospera. However, compared with The Tempest, which in fact emphasizes on only one… ...

Capriccio: The Final Opera

From January 19 to February 14, 2016, the Palais Garnier invites the opera lovers to enjoy the German composer Richard Strauss’ final opera, Capriccio. Capriccio’s libretto was written by Strauss in 1941, in collaboration with Clemens Heinrich Krauss, who wrote most of the final part of it. However, the idea of the opera originated from the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig in the 1930’s. Capriccio is a one-act “conversation piece of music” as Strauss describes it. It was first performed on the sta… ...

Open International de France 2015

open international de france

Bringing together the best players, the Open de France is the international sporting event that runs at the Paris Club from 21 to 28, September, 2015. This competition is one of the stages of the Grand Slam, together with the American, English and Australian Opens. Very similar to tennis, which it is in fact at the origin of this game, the Jeu de Paume is a French sport par excellence, that has spread across the Renaissance Europe and continued to attract Real Tennis enthusiasts as an internati… ...

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