Synonymous with international fashion designers and movie stars, the Montana club has returned to its hotel roots. Elegantly clad in black stone by architect Elisabeth Lemercier, its generously glazed façade invites guests to enter a chic and luxurious world with six individually-decorated suites (one on each floor). Orchestrated by interior designer Vincent Darré, the décor pays tribute to the Surrealists who made this their HQ. Borrowing from Le Corbusier, 50s design and curiosities, the hotel has a truly bold character. This legendary club, just around the corner from the café de Flore, is now a haven of calm and sensuality. The amusing high-end restaurant with seating for 43 on the second floor – La Gauche Caviar – has served the likes of Kate Moss, while the ground floor bar is open until late into the night. Trendy, exclusive and exquisite.