French firm Brittany Ferries has begun lobbying the French government at the highest levels to avoid the implementation of reciprocal quarantine measures.
Pierre & Vacances has opened most of its 165 French destinations to clients. Properties across the country have been closed since March 17th, when France entered lockdown in an attempt to slow the spread of Covid-19.
With the help of long-time collaborators and architects Concrete Amsterdam, an existing building is currently being refurbished into a 151-room tech-savvy citizenM hotel.
Airelles has confirmed Mademoiselle Val d’Isère will welcome its first guests on December 19th. This is the latest opening for the luxury hotel collection which already includes Les Airelles in Courchevel and La Bastide in Gordes.
The Anglo-French engineering marvel and worldwide style icon, capable of crossing the Atlantic in less than three hours, was constructed jointly in Toulouse and in Filton, near Bristol.
The property marks the Radisson brand’s debut in the country, where it will become part of a portfolio that boasts 16 hotels and more than 2,800 rooms in operation or under development.
The route is the second direct international flight from Chongqing to Europe by Hainan Airlines, the first being to Rome, Italy.
This agreement is a key milestone in the innovative cooperation between SNCF-Réseau, Eurotunnel, Lisea and HS1 in their bid to create a ‘turn-key’ open access route for an operator.
Air Canada has announced the introduction of new seasonal Montreal-Bordeaux service between June 15th and September 15th next year. Flights will operate four days a week with Boeing 737 MAX 8 and are timed to optimise connectivity to Air Canada’s North American network.
The storied history of Champagne – one of the world’s great wine regions – will take on another dimension this summer with the launch of the Royal Champagne Hotel & Spa. Each of the 49 rooms and suites affords spectacular views of the Champagne valley, appointed with Hermès amenities and state-of-the-art comforts.
The first memorandum of understanding between the Hong Kong Tourism Board and Bordeaux Great Events has been signed at the Bordeaux Wine Festival to further strengthen cooperation between the two cities on wine and food tourism promotion.