The New York Times “TasteMasters” event series, created and custom designed for the acute global traveler, combines lifestyle content with Park Hyatt hotel’s sophistication to provide an unexpected and unique experience. Their credo: “Luxury is something very personal!” So it’s a great opportunity for guests to get to know some of the most culturally influential personalities across the globe in an intimate way.
The collaboration features three events that pairs two influental figures from the worlds of art, fashion and cuisine for a close live conversation.
The episode held at the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme’s Amethyst ballroom not long ago was a compelling conversation and in-depth Q. and A., moderated by the New York Times contributing art editor Gay Gassmann. Her guests were Sarah Adelman, co-owner and creative director of Pari’s cult store Colette and Emmanuel Perrotin, an internationally well known galerist with more than 14 different spaces in Paris, Hong Kong and New York.
Each event includes a tasting of a locally-sourced menu curated by Park Hyatt and The New York Times. The food and wine pairings reception at les Orchidées followed the discussion.
Being one of the most visually stunning luxurious hotels in Paris, the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme has a sensual, understated elegance that extends throughout. It’s well situated in the central heart of Paris. The City of Lights at your doorstep, overlooking the fashionable Rue de la Paix and within walking distance of Place Vendôme and Opéra Garnier – la vie est vraiment belle!
Guests at all Park Hyatt hotels will be able to view this sponsored content series through the spring of 2016. The “TasteMasters” marks The New York Times’s largest hotel digital access program to date.
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