A Belle Epoque-inspired hotel opens in Paris.

La Réserve Paris

Having turned the Hôtel Costes and L’Hôtel into luxe City of Light lodgings for the fashion set, the French architect and interiors whiz Jacques Garcia riffed on Belle Epoque and 19th-century Parisian society in his latest do-over, La Réserve Paris, which opens this month in the 8th arrondissement. Owned by the French hotelier and vintner Michel Reybier, the 40-room limestone mansion is done up in velvet, silk damask, and chic muted tones. Don’t worry if you forget to bring your favorite book or slippers: Four special suites come with personal-butler service.