Relais Christine - Surroundings


Black models. From Géricault to Matisse at the Musée d’Orsay explores aesthetic, political, social and racial issues as well as the imagery unveiled by the representation of black figures in visual arts, from the abolition of slavery in France (1794) to the modern day. Until July 21st.

It has been 100 years since the greatest discovery in History by the archaeologist Howard Carter: the tomb of King Tut. The exhibition Tutankamun, Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh at La Villette gathers over 150 authentic artifacts from King Tut’s celebrated tomb - 50 of which had never traveled outside of Egypt before. Until September 15th.

Les Nabis et le décor at the Musée du Luxembourg is the first exhibition devoted to the Nabis movement, known for its simplified forms and soft lines influenced by Japanese art. True pioneers of modern décor, Bonnard, Vuillard, Maurice Denis… defended an art relating directly to life, bringing Beauty in their daily life. The exhibition gathers a hundred pieces, paintings, drawings, prints and art objects. Until June 30th.

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From April 2nd to 25th, Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District invests the Opera Bastille. In the sulfurous opera by Shostakovich, Katerina Izmaylova falls in love with one of her husband’s employees. After sinking into crime and having been cheated on by her lover in turn, she is finally forced to commit suicide. Krzysztof Warlikowski in his direction releases all the subversive power of this smoldering and scandalous work.

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Dining Out

Selection of the month:

At Affinité, owned by the Chefs of Michelin-starred restaurant Alliance, Chef Thibault Loubersanes will ravish you with a Duck foie gras ravioli & beetroot; scallops with a smoked duck vinaigrette and pickled radish; suckling veal from Normandy, yellow turnip and capers, and to finish, a Guanaja black chocolate tart, pecan nut and salt flower. 52 boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris 5th.

After Torino, New York, Seoul, Stockholm, Dubai and Tokyo, the Italian food temple Eataly will open in Paris on April 12th. In the Marais district, 4000 square meters will be dedicated to our South-Eastern neighbor with exceptional products, 800 wine references and 7 places to eat. Buonissimo! 35-37 rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, Paris 4th.

Our favourite addresses:

Traditional :

- Chez Fernand, a simple bistro serving traditional French cuisine in a warm and casual atmosphere, located a few meters away from the hotel only

More upscale

- Allard, a 100 year-old bistro which serves the great classics of French cuisine. It belongs to Alain Ducasse, who by his name only guarantee the quality of food, wines and service.

Modern :

- Le Christine, a modern French cuisine address which proposes casual delicate dishes and located just next door

More upscale

- Alliance an excellent modern French cuisine (1 Michelin star) in a contemporary décor, located near Notre Dame (10-minute walk from the hotel) on the left bank

Haute cuisine :

- Saint James Paris : the most romantic address of Paris in the city’s only château-hotel! You will enjoy a refined French cuisine imagined by the young Chef Adrien Brunet.

- Le Relais Louis XIII, a medieval house of the 17th century rated one Michelin star. Manuel Martinez worked previously at the world-famous Tour d’Argent.

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