Paris has the reputation of being the most beautiful and romantic of all cities, brimming with historic associations and remaining vastly influential in the realms of culture, art, fashion, food and design. †
The most storied, beloved, depicted, and popular tourism destination in the world, Paris seems to constantly work to both challenge her cliches and reaffirm them. Sometimes all in the space of a block; on one street, you’ll find croissant-and-demitasse cafes and bistros serving carafes of red wine, but across the boulevard, a Congolese grocer will cater to largely Tunisian-born clientele in front of a graffiti mural. It is this mix of Francophone cosmopolitanism and a quintessentially Parisian passion for culture that forms the heart of experiencing the French capital.
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Originally a 13th century abbey, the hotel retains some fascinating historical features, has a delightful garden, an atmospheric drawing room and bar, as well as an inviting spa with carita treatments. The ambience is cozy and relaxing; the drawing room has its own honesty bar and a fireplace. Free use of bicycles to discover Paris.
Pavillon de la Reine
Dating back to the 17th Century, Pavillon de la Reine is covered in greenery and hidden away from the galleries and cafes of the Place Des Vosges by a private courtyard garden pass through the secluded courtyard into the foyer, which feels like a private library with intimate seating. The Interiors are a brilliant combination of antiques and sleek contemporary comfort.
Hôtel Relais Saint-Germain
Hotel Relais Saint-Germain offers an ideal location for exploring Paris. The lovely hotel is walking distance from Les Deux Magots and Luxembourg Palace.