After a sudden and hasty wedding in a chapel in Las Vegas, Jennifer Lopez Y Ben Affleck are enjoying a romantic honeymoon in Paris, the famous ‘City of Love’. In addition to the classic walks along the Seine River, visits to the Champs Elysées Gardens and obviously, walks around the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower, the couple has been photographed in several of the most exclusive places in the French capital. , to enjoy a honeymoon that should have happened almost 20 years ago.
To enjoy their first days as husband and wife, JLo and Ben Affleck have stayed at the beautiful Hôtel de Crillon, located right on the Place de la Concorde. This building dates back to the 18th century and was designed by the architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel at the request of King Louis XV. In addition to its charming neoclassical style, this place has a great history, since in this place Benjamin Franklin signed a treaty with the French government for the recognition of the Declaration of Independence. It was also the final resting place of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, who days later perished by guillotine during the French Revolution. Currently, it is considered one of the most exclusive and important five-star hotels in Paris. In addition, it has a bar designed by the iconic Chanel designer, Karl Lagerfeld.
The newlyweds and their respective daughters have made a true gastronomic tour of the city
Obviously, the couple has enjoyed excellent French gastronomy by visiting some of the most famous restaurants in the city. First, JLo and Ben Affleck were captured in ‘Loulou’, a restaurant-bar located inside the Museum of Decorative Arts. This place has a beautiful view of the Eiffel Tower.
According to the photos published by the paparazzi, where the actor could be seen very emotional and crying, the actress and singer Jennifer López celebrated her 53rd birthday at the “Girafe” restaurant, designed by Joseph Dirand. This beautiful venue features ethereal decor, green plants throughout, cream furnishings, and a towering marble bar. Its specialty is seafood dishes and it has one of the best views of the Eiffel Tower, the most emblematic place in Paris.
The newlyweds were also spotted dining at ‘Plénitude’, a haute cuisine restaurant run by chef Arnaud Donckele, who designs tasting menus according to the season.. To enjoy the Parisian night, Jennifer and Ben headed to ‘Matignon’, a place with a wild decoration that has one of the best nightclubs in the city.
To conclude the list, the couple was seen with their children at the historic ‘Brasserie Lipp’, which has kept its doors open since October 27, 1880. According to a source close to the couple, the family dined on pavé de boeuf and free-range chicken, dishes very different from the cervelat remoulade and sauerkraut garnie that were served more than 140 years ago.