Air France and Delta Airlines partnered to offer a shuttle with multiple departures daily and increased frequency departing from New York City’s JFK airport to Paris’s international airports: Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Paris-Orly (ORY). Air France will operate six daily flights from JFK-CDG and one daily flight from JFK-ORY and Delta will operate two daily flights from JFK-CDG, offering nine daily direct flights between the cities. The news about partnership was announced right in time for the return of European summer vacations as Maisons Pariente reopens their two properties in the south of France: Crillon Le Brave in Provence and Lou Pinet in Saint-Tropez. Furthermore, Luxury Travel Advisor placed France the third on its “Top 10 Destinations List This Summer”.
Lou Pinet is a luxury hideaway in the French Riviera’s legendary town of Saint-Tropez. It has reopened its doors this month alongside the New Saint-Tropez. The property is strategically located between Place des Lices and the peninsula’s most sought-afterbeaches and destinations, including newly-opened hotspots Loulou and La Serena that serve delectable cuisine and casual drinks along the Mediterranean, the Rondini boutique shop selling hand-made coveted sandals, and the historic Café Sénéquier.
Located in Provence, Crillon Le Brave is a labyrinth of 17th and 18th-century buildings. The hotel features 16 rooms and 18 suites; two restaurants that boast an impressive view of Mont Ventoux; and the dreamy spa set in the old stone vaulted stables from the 18th century. Guests have a chance to experience the ascent of Mont Ventoux by bike or on foot, visit the villages of the Luberon, the antique shops and art galleries, and admire the famous vineyards.
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