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- Pavillon Hotels
Sister Parisian hotels, Pavillon de la Reine, Pavillon des Lettres, and Hotel du Petit Moulin, are unique and discreet hôtel particuliers located in the heart of Paris.
Set in a private courtyard, Pavillon de la Reine is the only hotel on the historic Place des Vosges in the fashionable Marais district. Embellished with shady gardens and its distinctive façade, the beloved ivy-clad hotel perpetuates an elegant atmosphere combined with discreet luxury. Originally built for King Henry IV, it is a short walk to sites such as the Pompidou, the Picasso Museum, and Notre Dame, in addition to the many boutiques, bars and cafés of the trendy district.
Just a short stroll away from Pavillon de la Reine is Hôtel du Petit Moulin, located on the corner of Rue du Poitue and Rue de Saintonge. Housed in a 17th-century building, behind the historic façade of Paris’ oldest bakery, each of the 17 rooms were individually designed by Christian Lacroix. The interiors reflect the designer’s vivid imagination and signature palette of vivid colors; room themes range from opulent Baroque to spare Scandinavian to a slightly sci-fi lunar look to zebra everything, and more.
Pavillon des Lettres is in the 8th Arrondissement, just a few steps away from Rue Faubourg Saint Honoré, known for being one of the most fashionable streets in the world.This romantic little establishment combines arts, literature and fine design, with each of its 26 rooms devoted to a letter of the alphabet and an international literary great corresponding to that letter. Think H for Hugo or B for Baudelaire. Text from the corresponding author’s book, poem or play is painted above the bed and a hard copy of the piece can be found on the nightstand.
Whether traveling to Paris for a romantic break, for business, or for shopping and sight-seeing, one can’t go wrong with a stay at any of these boutique hotels.