Located in the arty, high end, Le Marais region, this hotel really is top notch.
Le Pavillon de la Reine, Hotel & Spa Paris Marais, In a 17th century building tucked away from the galleries and shops of the Place des Vosges, which was built in 1612 by King Henry IV of France. The hotel’s name is a nod to the building’s history, in honour of Queen Anne of Austria who once stayed in one of the wings. While the Place des Vosges was once the centre of high society in Paris, today, Le Marais shines as one of Paris’ most exciting quartiers – with Pavillon de la Reine at its heart.
What can you expect? A quaint, independently run, hotel in Paris’ trendy district: Le Marais.
The stunning hotel face and courtyard give an alluring first impression, combined with welcoming staff, you’re off to a great start.
Step into the hotel, and you are met by a luxurious, plush lounge area, which doubles up as a dining space and bar. Great for a relaxing evening in, or even a quiet place to read/do some work.
The family run hotel boasts 56 bedrooms and suites, each one presenting its individual charm.
- 2 Classic room (21sqm. – 225sq. ft. – angled ceiling) – up to 2 adults
- 20 Superior Room (22sqm. – 235sq. ft.) – up to 2 adults
- 11 Deluxe Room (25sqm. – 270. ft.) – up to 2 adults
- 13 Junior Suite (35sqm. – 380 sq. ft.) – up to 3 adults with open sofa bed
- 5 Prestige Junior Suite (45sqm. – 485 sq. ft.) – up to 3 adults with open sofa bed
- 3 Suites(55sqm. – 600 sq. ft.) – up to 3 adults with open sofa bed
- A 2-bedroom Family Suite (57sqm. – 610 sq.ft.) – up to 5 adults with open sofa bed in the lounge
- Suite de la Reine (80m² – 860 sq.ft.) – up to 4 adults with open sofa bed
All rooms offer:
- Free Wi-Fi
- Flat screen TV LED with international channels
- Codage bathroom amenities
- Turndown Service
- Bathrobe and slippers
- Complimentary bottle of water upon arrival
- Ipod docking systems
- Mini Bar
PAUSE loved best: The bed! Despite the 34 degree heat outside, with the air con creating the optimum temperature inside, it made it easy to get a great nights sleep in the cosy bed.
Breakfast can be enjoyed in the courtyard al fresco (weather depending), or in the beautiful lobby. The buffet offers a selection of cold meats, fish and cheese, as well as eggs and fresh pastries. Best way to start off your day!
In September the hotel will launch it’s new restaurant, Anne, with Chef Mathieu Pacaud.
“The menu will evolve according to the seasons and vision of the chef, combining a rich and authentic selection of classic French dishes, with a contemporary twist – to delight the most discerning palates. Young head chef Edouard Chouteau will work under the expert counselling of Chef Mathieu Pacaud. Passionate about French cuisine, Edouard brings plenty of experience to Anne – having worked in the kitchens of Michelin-starred Le Bristol, Pierre Gagnaire and Arpège.”
Getting away to relax? The Jacuzzi and steam room allows guests to unwind after a long day sightseeing. There is also a fully equipped gym should you wish to take advantage. In addition, you can book in for a treatment, such as a massage.
In a nutshell; Le Pavillon De La Reine is the crème de la crème.
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