Emily in Paris followers can book a lodge bundle impressed by the present – within the UK

Emily in Paris fans may not be able to follow in Lily Collins’ footsteps due to current travel restrictions to France, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a touch of Parisian chic!

That’s because Hotels.com has released a brand new package inspired by the hit Netflix show that has everything a Francophile could want for a quirky stay.

The package includes a night in a Parisian-style suite at the 5 * Milestone Hotel London, champagne afternoon tea with delicious pastries, a guide to French fashion and even a French phrase book (so you can practice French for the day you have Visit the capital properly).

The best part? The package is worth £ 650 but you can wrap the whole thing up for just £ 99 a night.

Bookings open at 9 a.m. on the Hotels.com list here.

The Paris-inspired suite at the 5 * Milestone Hotel London

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However, you should be quick as the offer is only available for stays from November 2nd to 9th, 2020. (Not sure if local restrictions allow you to travel? We have a guide on what rules apply to vacation during the three-tier lockdown).

When you book, simply select the “The Mistinguett Suite: You in Paris Package” option.

The new package comes as Hotels.com has seen a 50% increase in British interest in the Paris Holidays since the show started in September.

You will be treated to a champagne afternoon tea

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Of course, the series is filmed in some incredible locations across Paris, but unfortunately the City of Lights is not in sight for Brits right now.

The Foreign Office is currently advising against all non-essential travel to France, not to mention the country is slipping into a second national lockdown amid fears of a rising number of coronavirus cases.

The country is also currently removed from the UK travel corridors so you will have to quarantine for 14 days on your return.

For more and more updates, see the latest FCDO France travel advice.

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