Exterior of the Plaza Athénée and its iconic red awnings
Top Places For Spotting Celebrities When Visiting Paris
The 8th Arrondissement has posh hotels, like the Plaza Athénée, whose iconic red awnings can be seen in "Sex and the City," "Emily in Paris," and "The Devil Wears Prada."
The neighborhood has Michelin-starred dining, luxury stays, and the Dior Museum, ticking all the celebrity boxes. However, you can never go wrong with star-sighting at the Ritz.
Hôtel de Sers is a favorite of Justin Bieber, and just around the corner, the Four Seasons George V is a hotspot for celebrities, designers, and models during fashion week.
You'll see the rich and famous strolling the streets of the Left Bank or browsing the shops of Les Halles. Saint-Germain-des-Prés has long been a celebrity haunt.
Le Marais is the chicest neighborhood in Paris for its historic charm and buzzing nightlife, and many stars like Scarlett Johansson and Johnny Depp have apartments there.
Montmartre was once the home of artists Toulouse-Lautrec, Van Gogh, and Cezanne. Now you'll spot Brad Pitt at L'Hôtel Particulier or Matt Damon walking to Sacré Coeur Basilica.
Paris cuisine continues to entice celebrities. You might spot Kim Kardashian at Café de Flore on the Left Bank or Jennifer Lopez at Girafe with Eiffel Tower views.
L'Avenue and La Fontaine de Mars is a celebrity favorite. La Stresa is an Italian restaurant, reportedly one of Gwyneth Paltrow's favorites in Paris.
One of the surest places to spot a celebrity in Paris is on Rue Saint-Honoré, a street loaded with designer shops from Chanel to Dior in the 1st Arrondissement.
Everyone from Reese Witherspoon to Rihanna has been spotted carrying an iconic colored tote bag from nearby Goyard, a luxury leather goods purveyor in business since 1853.
Founded in 1838, Le Bon Marché was the world’s first department store. Today, it remains an elegant shopping destination located on Rue de Sevrés and is popular with celebs.
Like us, celebrities want to get their culture fix while in Paris. Jenna Ortega, Tom Holland, and Zendaya are some of the most recent celebrities to visit the Louvre.
The Musée d'Orsay has five floors of famous works from artists like Monet and Van Gogh. The Picasso Museum in Le Marais also regularly welcomes celebrities like Beyoncé.