Louvre

By Dominique Dinse | 18 Jun 2022

REVIEW: Restaurant Le Dalí at Hotel Le Meurice

Paris is a city best explored by foot – which, as anyone who’s ever explored its sprawling arondissements will know, is not the most luxe experience. With children in tow it can make the w... Read More

By Tempus | 05 Oct 2021

Courtship and comfort: the best five-star hotels for romance

Let's face it; after a year locked in a house together, those couples who braved the never-before-seen, warts-and-all elements of their relationship deserve a romantic break to rekindle the fire t... Read More

By Tempus | 20 Sep 2021

Hôtel Madame Rêve to launch in Paris in October

With the announcement that the Louvre's beautiful yet long-neglected post office building in central Paris is set to reopen as a spectacular five-star hotel this October, upcycling never... Read More

By Rory FH Smith | 24 Dec 2020

King of the off-road: a retrospective on 50 years of the Range Rover

In the 1950s and ’60s, Land Rovers were simple. Created to help tend the land, work hard and go anywhere, the boxy, bug-eyed beast was a familiar and much-loved face the world over. With its arm... Read More

By Tempus | 16 Dec 2020

Bespoke Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers watch sells at Christie’s “Bid for the Louvre” online auction for £280,000

A bespoke Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers watch has sold at a virtual auction, hosted by global auction house Christie’s, designed to benefit the Louvre Museum, Paris. This one-of-a-kind wat... Read More

By Tempus | 03 Jul 2020

The best spots around the world where you can now indulge in al fresco dining

As pubs, bars and restaurants get ready to reopen in the UK this Saturday, the vast majority of central London is set to be transformed into continental-style outdoor dining. While beer gardens and an... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 12 Jun 2020

The art of isolation: we speak to the artists and galleries finding ways to bring great works into our homes

Pablo Picasso once said the role of art is to “wash away from the soul the dust of everyday life”. The Spanish painter, sculptor and changemaker was born in Malaga in 1881, raise... Read More

By Tempus | 15 Apr 2020

The art galleries and theatres bringing London culture into our living rooms during lockdown

Download your complimentary copy of Tempus Magazine issue 67 now  London’s cultural scene has always been the jewel in the capital’s crown, with our numerous galleries, theatres and c... Read More

By Tempus | 18 Sep 2019

This Parisian penthouse has received a historic belle epoque makeover

Dating back to 1835, palatial Parisian hotel Le Meurice has always combined belle epoque decadence with contemporary artistic flair. It was this same ambiance that the hotel sought to enhance with its... Read More

27 Aug 2019

Four European destinations that will still delight your inner historian

For a history buff, there is no continent quite as diverse and full of wonder as Europe. Known quite literally as 'The Old Continent', ours is a continent that has seen the rise and fall ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 26 Sep 2018

Discover Rome from Europe’s largest private art collection at Rome Cavalieri

Whenever I think of Rome, it's never the winding streets, crowded museum tours or touristic trattorias that really stay with me. Instead it's that strange sense of then and now, past and futur... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 23 May 2018

Jumeirah launches environmental initiative with a new plastic-free lifestyle resort in Abu Dhabi

Luxury hotel brand Jumeirah has announced it will open a new beachfront resort on Abu Dhabi's Saadiyat Island in November as part of the company's renewed commitment to the environment. In a w... Read More

By Henry Hopwood-Philips | 20 Mar 2018

24 hours in Paris with Formula E champion Jean-Éric Vergne

After claiming the ABB Formula E World Championship title with a fifth place position at New York's first ever Formula E electric street race, Jean-Éric Vergne made the ... Read More

By Henry Hopwood-Philips | 04 Dec 2017

As 3D printing hits the worlds of art and fashion, can technology really replace Rembrandt?

The post-war period has been dominated by the question of whether art and politics have stuck to their historical claims. While art has typically judged the culture from which it’s sprung and po... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 25 Oct 2017

Conserving a masterpiece: Old Royal Naval College's William Palin on the challenges of preserving Thornhill's Painted Hall

Art and architecture are rarely so perfectly intertwined as in Sir Christopher Wren’s famous London buildings – from St Paul’s Cathedral to Kensington Palace – but for architec... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 06 Sep 2017

The Louvre art gallery prepares to put Abu Dhabi in the frame

The Louvre Paris is one of the most prestigious art galleries in the world, so it is no wonder that when France and Abu Dhabi first decided to partner on a cultural project in 2007, this would be the... Read More