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NEW SPOT: MAMASHELTER BORDEAUX

September 18th, 2013

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3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you need a place to sleep in Bordeaux. The new Mamashelter (opening October 15th) is your bet.
  2. If you’re in for a budget treat. They now give away Read more…

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NEW SPOT: MAMASHELTER ISTANBUL

February 20th, 2013

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3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you want to experience Istanbul with some Parisian flavor. 
  2. If you want to make it your mission to visit Read more…

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NEW SPOT: MAMASHELTER LYON

February 7th, 2013

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3 reasons to go there:

  1. It’s opening it’s doors on March 20th. 
  2. Lyon is the perfect stop if you drive from Read more…

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TRIED & TESTED: MAMASHELTER MARSEILLE

August 20th, 2012

Most striking feature:

The outdoor patio? The spacious rooms? The pink football table in the restaurant? There’s too much to discover in this newly (April 2012) opened Mamashelter. I’ve been to the first one in Paris and for those of you who’ve been there you already know that’s it somewhat outside the center. That’s also the case here in Marseille. They do it so the visitors can easily mix with a typical neighbourhood – not the area’s full of tourists. The hotel staff did come up with a guide of Marseille and they are happy to point you to restaurants or bars around the hotel. And there’s a lot to discover, but you have to understand that the hotel isn’t a place to leave quickly. The restaurant attracts a lot of locals so it’s really the place to hang out at night. They have alcohol-free cocktails named Ol’ Dirty Bastard or De La Soul (ofcourse also cocktails with alcohol in it) and outside there’s a pastis bar (I didn’t know the roots of that France liqueur lie in Marseille).

Okay you probably want to know how this hotel differs from the one in Paris? Read more…


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TRIED & TESTED: MAMASHELTER PARIS

October 13th, 2011

Update October 2011: No brunch this time, but a sleepover. But I’ve made new images because the pizzeria wasn’t open yet when I visited the first time in February 2010. 

Most striking feature:

The roof. Phillipe Starck tried the formula in Madrid (Ramses) and thought: let’s do it again in my hometown Paris. Just paint the roof with chalkboard and get creative with writing on it. Well the effect is amazing. I went there on a sunday afternoon when Read more…


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PARIS WEEK ON PETITE PASSPORT

October 12th, 2011


 Last weekend I went to Paris to discover 22 (new) spots. Some of them for the second time (Mamashelter), others because I’ve never been there (Rose Bakery) and the really new spots (like Coutume Café). I hope I can all inspire you to book a weekend Paris.

xoxo Pauline


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