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The heart of intellectual Paris in the early 19th-century Romantic era, when it hosted the likes of Georges Sand and Chopin, parts of the 9th district of Paris fell into seedy decline over the 20th century with the proliferation of brothels and then escort girl bars. Get ready for some great, both historic and contemporary, romancing via the wonderfully seductive places below! Opera Garnier. The facade is decked out in statues extolling the arts and monumental columns, while the interior shines with gilded mirrors, sparkling chandeliers and the awe-inspiring hall with its sensual red seating and amazing ceiling painted by Chagall.
One of the absolutely best views of Paris is in the 9th, and you can admire it without paying a cent, all you need to do is make your way to the terrace of Les Galeries Lafayette. Be sure to gaze up at it before traveling up to the top floor, through its Paris-themed souvenir shop and up to the rooftop viewing deck. The Opera district is known for its unique passageways, and two of the loveliest ones are found in the 9th: the Passage Jouffroy and the Passage Verdeau.
This article gave me quite a good amount of strive, as there were many places I wanted to include, but had to pick the very best matched for the theme. The former home and art studio of the eccentric symbolist artist is set in a gorgeous private mansion and the beautiful space feels like the artist might have passed away just yesterday.
You can tour his living quarters, then the real highlight is his studio area, spread over two floors with soaring ceilings. Part of the fun is checking out what is in the secret drawers and cabinets which you can peer into, but his artwork, populated with nymphs and mythological gods and goddesses is also very sensual, the perfect prelude for more romancing in the area or… elsewhere.
It features a whimsical decor of antiques, golden chandeliers, mismatched lamps and offbeat curiosities, an enchanting atmosphere accentuated by romantic low lighting. The menu is made up of mid-range season dishes which are attractively presented. Read more in this review on HiP Paris. The rooms are truly superb, however, the ground floor also features an opulent bar decked out in plush red velour seating, 19th century artwork, antiques and the most charming little courtyard.