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New Year in Paris!

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

The Hotel Pulitzer Paris recommend some places to recieve the new year in Paris.

  • The Champs-Elysees is the place to head if you want to be at the center of the party. Starting at around 9 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, people start to flock to the famous street, often bringing along bottles and plastic flutes. From many places on the Champs-Elysees, you can get a good view of the Eiffel Tower, which explodes into a sparkling dance of light at the stroke of midnight.Major fireworks displays can usually be seen from the Champs-Elysees, and there are plenty of spots to go dancing or dining before or after midnight in the area. Although the ambiance here is usually “bon enfant” (literally– “good child”, or harmless), celebrating on the Champs-Elysees calls for you to be especially aware of your personal belongings, as pickpocketing is common in large crowds. Also, this won’t be the party of choice for you if you’re claustrophobic or crowd-shy.
  • The Sacre Coeur Cathedral plaza in Montmartre is another favorite, and significantly calmer, place to bid farewell to the current year. Assuming the skies are relatively clear, the knolltop vantage affords spectacular views of the entire Paris skyline, so you’re sure to see any fireworks being launched around Paris. While still crowded, the Montmartre street party is more laid-back than its Champs-Elysees counterpart, and there are plenty of bars, cabarets, and clubs to explore in Montmartre and nearby Pigalle. If you’re looking for a less conventional way to celebrate New Year’s in Paris, partying in Montmartre may be the ticket.

More Info: http://goparis.about.com/od/events/a/Paris_NewYear.htm

Depeche Mode in Paris!

Saturday, December 12th, 2009

The Hotel Pulitzer Paris Recommend  this month the concert of Depeche Mode 

The next  20-01-2010 Depeche Mode will be at Bercy in Paris. The year  starts with the best concertes in Paris!

What's going on the month of december in Paris!

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

The Hotel Pulitzer Paris recommend december to visit one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

A Magical Month of Light and Cheer

In December, Paris bursts out of its sleepy autumn quiet and lights up– literally and figuratively. Trees up and down the Champs-Elysées are strung with garlands of shimmering light, and many other places around the city are decorated in the same festive spirit. An ice-skating rink is set up on the plaza outside of Hôtel de Ville (Paris City Hall). Christmas markets spring up all around the city, with their warm wood-roofed booths, vin chaud (hot wine), enchanting decorations and gifts, and gourmet treats. Chanukah celebrations like menorah lightings add to Paris’ holiday-season charm. There are also plenty of ways to celebrate a memorable Christmas in Paris.

With all the good cheer, Paris in December is nonetheless fairly relaxed, making the month an ideal time to take advantage of the city’s many sights and attractions. Take your time exploring museums, sipping cinnamon-infused hot wine, or attending a special holiday concert

http://goparis.about.com/od/planningyourtrip/a/ParisDecember.htm

Franz Ferdinand very soon in Paris!

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

franz-ferdinandThe Hotel Pulitzer Paris is always on the move with the best recommendatios to enjoy Paris.

The next 26 of novemer Franz Ferdinand will be singing at LE ZENITH (Porte de Pantin
211, Av. Jean Jaures) with out doubt’s this will be one of the better concerts of the year in Paris

do not miss this amazing opportunity!

Paris tips!

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

eifelGetting Around
Paris is without question best explored on foot and, thanks to Baron Haussmann’s mid-19th-century redesign, the City of Light is a compact wonder of wide boulevards, gracious parks, and leafy squares. When you want a lift, though, public transportation is easy and inexpensive. The métro (subway) goes just about everywhere you’re going for EUR 1.40 a ride (a carnet, or “pack” of 10 tickets is EUR 10.90); tickets are good for the vast bus network, too.
Paris is divided into 20 arrondissements (or neighborhoods) spiraling out from the center of the city. The numbers reveal the neighborhood’s location, and its age: the 1st arrondissement at the city’s heart being the oldest. The arrondissements in central Paris—the 1st to 8th—are the most-visited.
It’s worth picking up a copy of Paris Pratique, the essential map guide, available at bookstores, and souvenir shops.
Hours
Paris is by no means a 24/7 city so planning your days beforehand can save you aggravation. Museums are closed one day a week, usually Tuesday, and most stay open late at least one night each week, which is also the least crowded time to visit. Store hours are generally 10 AM to 7:30 PM, though smaller shops may not open until 11 AM, only to close for several hours during the afternoon. Some retailers are still barred by law from doing business on Sunday, but exceptions include the shops along the Champs-Elysées, the Carrousel du Louvre, and around the Marais, where most boutiques open at 2 PM.
Saving Time & Money
Paris is one of the world’s most visited cities—with crowds to prove it, so it pays to be prepared. Buy tickets online when you can: most cultural centers and museums offer advance ticket sales and the small service fee you’ll pay is worth the time saved waiting in line. Investigate alternate entrances at popular sites (there are three at the Louvre, for example) and check when rates are reduced, often during once-a-week late openings. Also, most major museums—including the Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay—are free the first Sunday of each month.
A Paris Museum Pass can save you money if you’re planning serious sightseeing, but it might be even more valuable for the fact that it allows you to bypass the lines. It’s sold at the destinations it covers and at airports, major métro stations, and the tourism office in the Carrousel du Louvre (2-, 4- or 6-day passes are 30, 45 and 60EUR respectively; for more info visit www.parismuseumpass.com).
Stick to the omnipresent ATMs for the best exchange rates; exchanging cash at your hotel or in a store is never going to be to your advantage.
Eating Out
Restaurants follow French meal times, serving lunch from noon-2:30 PM and dinner from 7:30 or 8 PM on. Some cafés serve food all day long. Always reserve a table for dinner, as top restaurants book up months in advance. When it comes to the check, you must ask for it. (It’s considered rude to bring it unbidden.) In cafés you’ll get a register receipt with your order. Gratuities (service) are almost always included in the bill but it’s good form to leave some small change on the table: a few centimes for drinks, or 2EUR -3EUR at dinner.
What to Wear
When it comes to dress, the French reserve athletic-type clothing for sports. Sneakers are fine as long as they’re not “gym shoes” (think urban hip). You’ll feel comfortable wearing jeans just about anywhere as long as they’re neat, although before you head out for the evening make sure to check if they’re acceptable.
Paris Etiquette
The Parisian reputation for rudeness is undeserved. In fact, Parisians are sticklers for “politesse” and exchanging formal greetings is the rule. Informal American-style manners are considered impolite. Beginning an exchange with a simple “Do you speak English?” will get you off on the right foot. Learning a few key French words will take you far. Offer a hearty bonjour (bohn-zhoor) when walking into a shop or café and an au revoir (o ruh-vwahr) when leaving, even if nobody seems to be listening (a chorus may reply). When speaking to a woman over age 16, use madame (ma-dam), literally “my lady.” For a young woman or girl, use mademoiselle (mad-mwa-zel). A man of any age goes by monsieur (muh-syuh). Always say please, s’il vous plaît (seel-voo-play), and thank you, merci (mair-see).
http://www.fodors.com/world/europe/france/paris/feature_30002.html

The Hotel Pulitzer Barcelona, on "Do it in Paris"

Monday, September 21st, 2009

Hotel Pulitzer Paris 26The famous Paris online Magazine “Do it in Paris” chose the Hotel Pulitzer Paris of El Grupo Regina Hoteles as “The Address of the Week”

You can read the article following the next link: http://www.doitinparis.com/visit-paris/hotel/montmartre-unnusual-hotel-pulitzer-1703

Hotel Pulitzer Paris on TV!

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

The characteristic design of the hotels of El Grupo Regina Hoteles, and particularly the one of the Hotel Pulitzer Paris attracted the TV France 2 Channel who’s going to record the program “C’est au Programme “ the next 18 of September. The program will be transmitted the next 24 of September.

Find more information in this link: http://cestauprogramme.france2.fr/

18 de septiembre se rueda "C'est au Programme en el Hotel Pulitzer Paris"

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

El característico diseño de los hoteles del Grupo Regina Hoteles y en particular del Hotel Pulitzer Paris atrajo a TV France 2 quien rodará su exitoso programa “C’est au Programme” en las instalaciones del hotel. La transmisión del programa se hará el 24 de septiembre. Próximamente añadiremos algunos clips del programa!

Puedes encontrar información detallada en: http://cestauprogramme.france2.fr/

Very soon, U2 360˚World Tour in Paris!

Monday, June 29th, 2009

u2 360Stade De France on Saturday 11th July
The show will a unique concert event and designed and put into motion by Show Director Willie Williams and architect Mark Fisher, who previously worked on ZooTV, PopMart, Elevation and Vertigo tours. ), U2 360° is the first time a concert has been to created in an innovative 360˚ design – which means everyone gets a great and clear view of the stage.
Do not miss this opportunity it cut be the last one! As we saw with Michael Jackson anything last forever so we have to always think in enjoy live!
www.latestevents.com/package-details.php?package=50

Hotel Pulitzer Paris presents a new decoration

Friday, June 19th, 2009

Barcelona, June 2009. Hotel Pulitzer Paris (www.hotelpulitzer.com), 3-stars boutique
hotel located in a historical building, in the Opera area of Paris, presents a brand-new
decoration of the spaces.
The decoration of the 44 rooms, reception area, breakfast room and the lobby has been structured by the Argentinean interior decorator Luzio, based in Barcelona.
He says that he has been inspired on the Paris elegance, its antiquarian eccentricities and the recycling of industrial objects.
Everything was set with the condition that the spaces shouldn’t look or feel like a hotel, moreover he was encouraged to create non standard elements and move away from traditional hotel design.
Amongst the raw materials used, old style leather on the sofas, oak floors, marble at the
chimney, the industrial iron on some furniture, and other decoration elements stand out
most.
The hotel offers spaces full of life and with a cosmopolitan air, in order to create a place
to enjoy life to the maximum for the guests.
Hotel Pulitzer Paris offers 29 Standard rooms and 15 Superior rooms.
They have micro-cement floors and industrial iron furniture which contrasts with lamps
of the 50’s and its white walls and bed linen. The basins are made with the same kind of
marble as Taj Mahal.
They are fully equipped with everything to guarantee the utmost comfort during the
stay:
minibar, safe, satellite LCD TV, direct telephone line, air conditioning/heating, wake-up
call service, desk, free WiFi, hairdryer, slippers, magnifying mirror, Fragonard bath
amenities.
Hotel Pulitzer Paris is member of Grupo Regina Hoteles (www.grhoteles.com), Spanish
company with experience since 1967, when it acquired the legendary Hotel Regina in
Barcelona. In year 2000, with the opening of the hotel Pulitzer Paris, recently renovated,
the group was launched internationally. In 2004, it opens the modern hotel Pulitzer in
Barcelona and, in 2005, buys the hotel Cyrano in Paris, which has been recently
remodelled and inaugurated as 9 HOTEL. The development of the group is still in
progress. In 2008, the Hotel Pulitzer Rome opened in the Italian capital and in 2010 the
first establishment will open outside Europe in Argentina, the Hotel Pulitzer Buenos
Aires.
The objective of Grupo Regina Hoteles is focused on the creation of contemporary hotels
located in the world’s top cities. The hotels of the group are distinguishable thanks to
their best location, service, cosmopolitan atmosphere and fantastic interior decoration.
All these elements create a luxurious environment for the guests.
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