InterContinental Hotels & Resorts’ has added a lavish service for its guests in London, Paris and Tel Aviv. Called Secrets of the City, the service features a collection of “Insider Experiences,” for guests to indulge their cultural palettes with carefully-selected artisans and experts across food, culture, art and fashion.

Paris Ballroom HRKnown for its luxury hospitality, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts is is tapping into its unrivalled knowledge and expertise in these cities and offering an experience tailored to meet guests’ interests.

InterContinental Insider Experiences

In London, the “Made in Mayfair” Insider Experience explores the centre of ‘Best of British’ craftsmanship, giving guests a behind-the-scenes tour through Mayfair’s rich history of custom goods. Tailored to personal preference, Made in Mayfair can include a custom scent creation by Floris, the sole perfumer to Queen Elizabeth II, or a bespoke set of shirts from Dege & Skinner, one of Savile Row’s most respected tailors.

In Paris, the InterContinental Paris Le Grand has teamed up with Ladurée, the iconic macaron makers, to lift the lid on the best kept secrets of this emblematic patisserie. As part of the experience, guests that stay in the hotel’s Royal Suite will go behind the counter and into the kitchen to see how one of the world’s most iconic desserts is created with a tour, baking session and curated tasting with one of Ladurée’s expert pastry chefs.

In Tel Aviv, the InterContinental David Tel Aviv hotel has teamed-up with one of Israel’s most renowned Chefs, Yaron Kestenboum. Chef Kestenboum can create a culinary journey through the city’s gastronomy and grants private access to one of the country’s most eclectic homes in Old Jaffa.

Visit the website to find out more information about these three luxurious offerings, in addition to the lavish accommodations, for which the InterContinental Hotel is known.


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