(Almost) no one knows food like Miguel Maestre! Join him and the family on the ultimate gastronomic adventure
When you arrive in Paris, make your way to Hotel De Sers to check in for your first night. A 5 star Paris Mansion near the Champs-Élysées, Hotel De Sers is the perfect stay for luxe french elegance, and many of the terrace rooms provide a stunning view to the Eiffel Tower. After a long day of travelling, spend some time unwinding around the hotel, before heading down to Siene for a 2.5 hour a la carte dinner cruise in a glass-bottomed boat. The perfect welcome to Paris as you watch the lights glimmer by as you float down the river.
Day 2 begins early with a croissant from Du Pain et des Idées - one of the best croissants you'll have in Paris. You'll then all head to Disneyland Paris for a day of magic, fun and family adventure. After a huge day at Disneyland, indulge in a dinner at La Poule au Pot for a true French culinary experience in a traditional style bistro. You can't go past the onion soup here!
Start Day 3 off by heading to the Louvre, and exploring the over 35,000 pieces they have on display. Of course don't forget to check out the famous Mona Lisa! For dinner, head to David Toutain - a Michelin star restaurant sure to impress with contemporary nature-inspired flavours.
Day 4 will see you take a private tranfer from Paris to Reims, where you'll check in to your second hotel - Golden Tulip Reims. Indulge in the hotels modern pool and spa in the afternoon before heading out to Champagne Ruinart for a glorious dinner - a definite foodie bucketlist spot in Reims. Enjoy an unforgettable experience here with some of the best hospitality and customer attention I've seen in my career.
You can't spend your last day in France without trying another croissant, so this morning head to Boulangerie Les Halles "pâtissier - Chocolatier - Glacier" for the pain au chocolate of your dreams. Then, venture over to Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims and take in the stunning artistry of the cathedral, before making your way out to Rue Dom Perignon for a not-to-be-missed champagne tour. Finally, end the day with a truly unique dinner experience with a one-of-a-kind view of the cathedral.
Say goodbye to France and catch a flight to Dubai, checking in to Atlantis, The Palm. There is much to explore at this marvellously grand hotel, so spend the afternoon taking in the glitz and glam, swimming in one of the two exquisite hotel pools and hitting the shops. For dinner, enjoy an unmissable dinner experience as you eat in a one star Michelin restaurant surrounded by stingrays, sharks and an array of sealife.
After spending the morning indulging in a delectable hotel breakfast and exploring the nooks and crannies you haven't yet discovered, it's time to head out on a Desert Safari tour. Enjoy the sights as you drive out to the red dunes, and experience the magic of camel-back riding through the sand - an experience you'll be sure to never forget. For dinner, enjoy a meal by the genius mind of one of my good friends Heston at 'Dinner By Heston Blumenthal.'
For a big final day in Dubai, head to Aquaventure Waterpark which can be found in Atlantis, The Palm resort. This is the worlds largest waterpark with over 105 slides and over 1km of private beach - both the kids and yourselves are sure to have a blast. End your adventurous water day with a stop-in at The Lost Chambers aquarium and marvel at the over 65,000 marine creatures. For your final night, enjoy a delicious dinner at Nobu with stunning views of the Dubai skyline.