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Spring & Summer in Paris with Beau Manoir

March 19th, 2013

Join us at Hotel Beau Manoir and
Make the Most of Paris During Spring & Summer

February 21st - July 21st: Chagall: Entre Guerre et Paix

Musée du Luxembourg

Showcasing Marc Chagall's unique works of paintings, engravings and drawings in chronological order; this exhibition deals with the social and political upheavals taking place across during the artist's life. Even though his primary themes are of war, revolution and exile; Chagall manages to display contrasting themes of beauty, sadness and optimism with an expert skill.

May 21st - June 9th: Roland Garros

Taking place on clay over the course of three weeks, this is one of the highlights of the tennis calander. If you're looking to attend, there's why not book yourself a stay at our central Paris hotel? Car services can be arranged to and from the tournament... whilst the best sights and attractions of the city will be just a short walk away.

June 8th - July 28th: Paris Jazz Festival

Parc Floral de Paris & Jardin botanique de la Ville de Paris

Growing year after year, this sublime event feateures a range of exhibitions, performances, concerts and events every weekend. There's a wonderful family atmosphere, some of the finest music you'll ever hear... and it all takes place in a range of fantastic floral gardens.

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Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir in Paris is a paradise of harmony. With charming old-world interiors reminiscent of Paris during the 18th century, Amarante Beau Manoir near to Place de la Madeleine, is the perfect base for your stay in Paris.

An inspiring insight into Dries Van Noten at Les Arts Décoratifs

Followers of fashion should head to Les Arts Décoratifs to discover the very first exhibition devoted to Belgian fashion designer Dries Van Noten. From the obscure to the ostentatious, the exhibition offers visitors the chance to peruse the diverse sources of inspiration for the designer's catwalk creations including renowned artwork from Damien Hirst and Francis Bacon alongside admired outfits from designers such as Dior.