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    PAVILLON DE LA REINE

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    Pavillon de la Reine

    28, pl. des Vosges (3rd Arr. - Le Marais)

    Paris

    (33) 01-40-29-19-19 | www.pavillon-de-la-reine.com

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    • FOOD

      No restaurant on site; breakfast served daily to guests; 24-hour room service
    • DRINK

      Pavillon de la Reine bar - atmospheric honor bar
    • ROOMS

      Furnished with antiques; timeless charm; on the small side
    • PRICE (STANDARD DOUBLE)

      EUR 400
    • YEAR OPENED

      1986 (refurbished in 2008)
    • # OF ROOMS

      54
    • CONNECTIVITY

      Yes - Wi-Fi available
    • FREE INTERNET?

      Yes
    • GYM

      Yes - small fitness center
    • SPA

      Yes - Spa de la Reine by Carita; small; features Jacuzzi and steam room
    • METRO

      Chemin-Vert; Breguet-Sabin
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    Intimate boutique hotel set in an 18th century manor house on the elegant Place des Vosges square. Stepping inside the lobby, with its imposing stone fireplace, heavy oak beams, and mix of bright colors and relaxed furniture, you’ll find a tasteful meeting of Old World luxury and modern times. Rooms are furnished in period antiques and replica oil paintings, while the silk-and velvet-covered sofas in the formal salons evoke the royal court society scene that once mingled here (think greats like Molière and Racine). The service is relaxed and friendly and the guest amenities (from the brand new spa to the high-tech in-room entertainment systems) are thoroughly 21st century.

    GO HERE WITH

    Significant other; family; friends

    WHY WE LIKE IT

    It’s the finest hotel in this part of town. When we want to escape to the cobbled medieval streets of Le Marais without skipping out on the luxury of more spacious hotels on the grands boulevards, we come here. (We’re especially partial to the picturesque scenery of Place des Vosges.)

    AMENITY WE LOVE

    The fabulous location–you get Le Marais without giving up the comforts of the best of Paris.

    WHAT WE WOULD CHANGE

    An onsite restaurant would be a bonus.

    GOOD TO KNOW

    Although there’s no restaurant, breakfast is available in a charming, vaulted stone cellar. Even if you don’t stay in a suite, it’s worth checking one out–they’ve got a nifty two-level configuration complete with lofted bed. Private and valet parking services are available.

    CLOSEST COMPS

    Relais Christine (Paris); Hôtel Lancaster (Paris); Draycott Hotel (London)


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