Paris is a trip that everyone should make once in their lifetime. Perfect if you have been longing for a break from work, looking for somewhere to have fun, recharge the batteries, shop, eat and do some interesting things – a break in the city of love is truly worth it.
Holidaymakers staying at the Hyatt Paris Madeleine, one of the best boutique hotels in Paris, can get a whole lot more out of the experience by downloading a free new app to help them enjoy the sights and sounds that Paris has to offer.
Here’s how your weekend in Paris could plan out, thanks to the app.
Friday: One of the best 5 star hotels in Paris, the Hyatt Paris Madeleine app, available on the App store, acts as your personal guide for a break in France’s cultural hub.
After checking in to the hotel (thanks to the app’s map section you’ll be able to find it in no time!), you’ll marvel at the beauty of it. From welcoming front desk staff, luxury amenities (including a fabulous spa) – amazing rooms and, best of all, views of the Eiffel Tower – the Madeleine is one of the best boutique hotels there is.
After a quick change, why not head to a nearby bistro for some food and drink. Enjoy a few glasses of wine and some French cuisine and use the app to plan your Saturday.
Saturday: The problem with Paris is that there’s so much to do. You want to see the well-known tourist spots, shop, eat and drink, but also discover the hidden Paris; scurry down the backstreets and off the beaten track.
What’s great about the Hyatt Paris Madeleine app was that it contains a host of information about, well, just about everything. Scroll through the app’s different sections to plan your day – kicking off, say, with an exquisite breakfast at the Hyatt Madeleine’s Café M before hitting the streets of Paris.
Take in some famous sites – the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower and the Tour Montparnasse (Paris’s highest skyscraper) – before grabbing a tasty lunch at Soul Kitchen, a smart, friendly coffee shop recommended by the app.
Sunday: Shop, shop, shop! With the Hyatt Madeleine smack bang in the middle of the most fashionable shopping district in Paris, you’re well located for a spot of retail therapy.
The app recommends a number of prime retail spots, such as Galeries Lafayette (the biggest department store in the city, and Chez Micha, a concept store offering a wide range of luxury clothing.