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Hang with Andy Warhol in Paris
Elvis may have left the building, but the man who immortalized him (no, not the colonel) has left his mark.
The Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais has scored a major win: the museum is playing host to 250 works by Andy Warhol. Quite simply, this doesn't happen. The exhibition, called "Warhol's Wide World," is a rare opportunity for pop art fanatics to immerse themselves in the accomplishments of the master. With a new package from Concorde Hotels & Resorts, you can separate yourself from the proletarians at this show with VIP passes.
Stay at one of six Concorde properties in Paris – the Hotel de Crillon, Hotel Lutetia, Hotel Concorde Saint-Lazare, Hotel du Louvre, Hotel Concorde La Fayette or Hotel Concorde Montparnasse – and you'll also receive a buffet breakfast for two, two priority tickets to the Warhol show and a Warhol-themed box of Parisian sweets. Rates start at $260 per room-night.
This is a rare opportunity and is only available until June 29, 2009. If you're a Warhol freak, this show is a must. The Concorde deal just makes it more comfortable.