La Suite: This year-old lounge-style restaurant and club is the latest from DJ David Guetta and wife Cathy, renowned for their parties in Paris, St Tropez and Ibiza. Scene-sters of all ages get their groove on in the tiny alcoved bar and lounge near the entrance. On Saturdays, the dance floor often spills onto the dimly lit dining area, rimmed by couches. Getting past the Swedish, Yves St Laurent-clad hostess may be difficult if you get there after 11pm, but hanging with French and Scandinavian models and minor European celebrities may be worth the Euro50 (HK$478) cover charge. Wednesdays are best (40 avenue George V, tel:  1 5357 4949). Pink Paradise: The Guettas also created the high-tech boudoir feel for this upperclass cabaret Paris Vogue calls 'a deliciously debauched place for jetsetters'. A lush, red corridor, with video screens on the floor, leads to a red and blue lit room where velvet armchairs flank the chandeliered podium, and private, curtained alcoves line the walls. Voluptuous dancers (John Galliano chose Pink Paradise dancers to perform at the launch of a Dior perfume at the Lido) go through carefully choreographed numbers to the music of DJs. Definitely a women-friendly establishment, with male dancers recently introduced. Nightly, except Sundays (49-51 rue de Ponthieu, tel:  1 5836 1920). Hotel Costes: Paris' hippest hotel, reminiscent of Napoleonic palaces, but styled for the MTV jet-set, is the creation of brothers Jean-Louis and Gilbert Costes. The guestrooms are washed in Baroque hues of bronze and rose, dripping with tapestries. Gorgeous bathrooms boast tubs for two. Try for a balcony room overlooking the garden courtyard restaurant, among the best places in town to spot music, fashion and film folk. The candlelit bar spins house music and dub compilations by famed DJ Stephane Pompougnac, while celebrities and lesser-knows sip champagne cocktails served by would-be models (239 rue St-Honore, tel:  1 4244 5025). Kong: The top two floors of Kenzo's flagship store house the city's latest take on ethnic chic (below). Architect Jean-Jacques Ory's glass dome roof makes the most of the panoramic view over Pont Neuf, while the tell-tale stamp of designer Philippe Starck is everywhere - from the Felix-style images of women's faces on the backs of chairs to the fluorescent lime stairway and miso soup bowl-shaped lamps in the bathrooms. Dishes such as chicken in yoghurt and wasabi sauce adequately express the modern-Japan motif, while the bar and lounge downstairs play host to the brood of beautiful people requisite of a designer creation cum homage to Kenzo (1 rue du Pont Neuf, tel:  1 4039 0900). Guimet Musee Nationale des Arts Asiatique: Founded more than a century ago by French Industrialist Emile Guimet, this museum houses, arguably, the world's foremost collection of Asian art and artefacts outside the region. From third century Mongolian buckles to vast numbers of Buddha heads from ancient Thailand and Japanese religious art from the fourth to 19th centuries, the museum is a must-visit for anyone interested in ancient Asian culture (6 place d'Iena, tel:  1 5652 5300, www.museeguimet.fr ).