To celebrate the launch of the Summer 2024 collection, we have released a series of travel guides celebrating 12 iconic summer destinations. Discover your road trip starter pack; featuring must-visit hotels, restaurants and more - as curated by Jimmy Choo. 



Le Bristol

An icon of Parisian elegance and art de vivre; best known for three Michelin star restaurant Épicure, its lush courtyard garden and glamorous rooftop pool.


Located on the Left Bank, the world's first boutique hotel - and last home of Oscar Wilde – embodies the bohemian soul of Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

Chateau Voltaire

Nestled in the heart of Paris, between the Jardin des Tuileries, the Opéra Garnier and the Louvre, this elegant auberge evokes a bygone era.

Hotel Raphaël 

Tradition and the French art of hospitality is at the core of this luxury landmark, situated a stone's throw away from the Champs-Elysées.

Cour des Vosges

An art-filled townhouse blending 17th century charm with an enviable collection of contemporary art and furniture.


Chez Georges

A Parisian institution since 1926, enjoy a long menu of bistro classics in an ambient Art Nouveau interior.

Le Grand Véfour

Chef Guy Martin celebrates classic French gastronomy in Paris’ oldest restaurant, originally opened in 1784.


Unforgettable Saturday nights start at this exclusive Basque bistro, located in the chic Saint-Germain-des-Près neighbourhood.

Girafe Restuarant  

Enjoy beautifully presented seafood dishes in a luxe setting - the terrace features enviable views of Eiffel Tower.

Lafayette's Paris

This new addition to the Parisian dining scene explores the culinary intersection between Parisian brasseries, African cuisine and American classics.



This beautiful terrace brasserie, located in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, overlooks the Jardin du Carrousel.

Le Jardin de Cheval Blanc

Located on the bank of the Seine, this lush green oasis boasts breath-taking views of the City of Light.


This hotspot combines 360° views of the city with a joyful décor inspired by the Space Age and Studio 54.

Le Nemours Café

This terrace café, tucked just around the corner from the Louvre, is one of the city’s prime spots for people-watching.

Cafe de Flore

The former hangout of Parisian intelligentsia including Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Picassso, this coffeehouse is truly iconic.



Designed by auteur director David Lynch, this unmissable melting pot brings together artists, creatives and entrepreneurs from around the world..


This mythic club - frequented by everyone from Serge Gainsbourg to Jack Nicholson, and Salvador Dali – is a bastion of Parisian nightlife.

Le Piaf

Named after musical legend Edith Piaf, singing is encouraged at this raucous piano bar, making for an intimate and heady atmosphere.


Originally established in 1965 as a Russian cabaret, this sultry club now plays host to many of Paris Fashion Week’s most exclusive soirées.


A favourite of the Parisian elite since 1766, this legendary venue is hidden in plain sight along Quai des Augustins.


Musée des Arts Décoratifs

Lose yourself in this illustrious museum, dedicated to the history of furniture, tableware, jewellery, design, textiles and fashion.

Musée du Louvre

Home to the world’s most iconic artworks - including Mona Lisa – this former palace is now the most-visited museum in the world.

Bourse de Commerce

Explore François Pinault’s spectacular private collection, encompassing over 10,000 works of modern and contemporary art.

Gallerie Perrotin 

One of the most prestigious galleries in the capital, known for exhibiting works by established and emerging artists alike.


Aggy El

Enjoy top quality service and attention to detail coupled with a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Vesna Nail Bar & Beauty

Known for providing an impeccable polish in a luxe yet laid-back setting, this spot is beloved by Parisian beauty connoisseurs.

Hotel Ritz Club & Spa

Arguably one of the most iconic landmarks in Paris, an immaculate pedicure is one of the many things the Ritz excels at.


Maison Suisen

Unwind at this traditional Japanese massage parlour, located in the chic Marais neighbourhood.

Stroll The City

Soak up the beauty of Paris with a picturesque walk along the Seine, meandering through the Jardin des Tuileries and Jardin du Luxembourg.


Le Progrès

Despite Montmartre being a well-established stop on the tourist trail, this authentic Parisian bar has preserved its old-school charm.

Café La Perle

The hotspot of the Marais neighbourhood, this late-night café and bar - known for its retro décor – is a guaranteed good time.

La Palette

A favourite with the Left Bank locals, this corner bistro is quintessentially Parisian.