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PLACES TO GO DURING MAISON & OBJET

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If you will visit Maison & Objet Paris this January, here's the list that you should have on your mind. To help you plot out your precious time away from M&O, we've selected some of the most notable design-centric spots that you'll want to add to your trip's list.

CHEZ MOI, PARIS

Jean-Baptiste Charpenary - Limon's highly curated, this concept store is both home-decor shop and bookstore which was modeled to feel like you've stepped into a très chic apartment where you'll find everything from Christofle candlesticks to La Chance Furniture.

Jean-Baptiste Charpenary - Limon's highly curated, this concept store is both home-decor shop and bookstore which was modeled to feel like you've stepped into a très chic apartment where you'll find everything from Christofle candlesticks to La Chance Furniture.

Guests are invited to stay all day (eat, work, relax) in the three-story, sun-filled space, and starting at 09H00 PM, you can head to the basement where you'll find a dance club that's open till 02H00 AM every night.

Guests are invited to stay all day (eat, work, relax) in the three-story, sun-filled space, and starting at 09H00 PM, you can head to the basement where you'll find a dance club that's open till 02H00 AM every night.

This Les Halles address, which had its original heyday in the twenties, has been restored to a hotel. Using a combination of subtle deco touches, a sophisticated color palette, and a generally pared-down design, the French designer Dorothée Meilichzon has given a look that feels classically Parisian and modern at the same time.

This Les Halles address, which had its original heyday in the twenties, has been restored to a hotel. Using a combination of subtle deco touches, a sophisticated color palette, and a generally pared-down design, the French designer Dorothée Meilichzon has given a look that feels classically Parisian and modern at the same time.

The three-story restaurant is open for lunch and dinner or you can grab a drink or a coffee at one of the intimate two and three-floor balcony tables.

The three-story restaurant is open for lunch and dinner or you can grab a drink or a coffee at one of the intimate two and three-floor balcony tables.

For an ultra-luxe hotel experience, book a room at this amazing hotel, which occupies fashion designer Pierre Cardin's former mansion in the Eighth Arrondissement and was designed by Jacques Garcia in the Belle Epoque style. In addition to 40 rooms and suites, LA RÉSERVE has an on-site restaurant and a spa with 52-foot indoor pool, gym and sauna.

For an ultra-luxe hotel experience, book a room at this amazing hotel, which occupies fashion designer Pierre Cardin's former mansion in the Eighth Arrondissement and was designed by Jacques Garcia in the Belle Epoque style. In addition to 40 rooms and suites, LA RÉSERVE has an on-site restaurant and a spa with 52-foot indoor pool, gym and sauna.

Gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan-concepts that are somewhat new to Paris.

Gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan-concepts that are somewhat new to Paris.

At this spacious Tom Dixon designed restaurant, located just blocks from the Eiffel Tower in the fifteenth - you'll find luxe seventies-inspired decor, paired with classic French brasserie dishes, like escargot and steak tartare and an excellent cocktail list.

At this spacious Tom Dixon designed restaurant, located just blocks from the Eiffel Tower in the fifteenth - you'll find luxe seventies-inspired decor, paired with classic French brasserie dishes, like escargot and steak tartare and an excellent cocktail list.

At this Le Marais museum you'll find pieces from every part of the profilic Spanish artist's life. The extensive collection is housed in the historic Hôtel Salé, which was originally built, starting in 1660, as a private residence.

At this Le Marais museum you'll find pieces from every part of the profilic Spanish artist's life. The extensive collection is housed in the historic Hôtel Salé, which was originally built, starting in 1660, as a private residence.