The Pretty Pavillon des Lettres, Paris
Le Pavillon des Lettres in Paris, opened in January 2011, deep in the 8th arrondissement just off the Rue Faubourg St Honoré, with just 26 rooms and suites – each one named after a letter of the alphabet and dedicated to an author, poet or playwright.
Hidden just off the Champs-Élysées and paying homage to Paris’ literary heritage, Pavillon des Lettres is the perfect spot to discover the joys of Paris. This luxury Paris hotel is the place to murmur sweet nothings beneath impassioned words of romantic writers stencilled onto the walls, such as Baudelaire and Rousseau. Stroll the nearby boutiques for a romantic gift, pop open a bottle of champagne in a luxurious suite and embrace the romantic heritage of Paris with entry to the fabulous Grand Palais. As a lasting reminder of this romantic literary experience, guests will be given a book of the best places to kiss in Paris…
Le Pavillon des Lettres is an impossibly chic retreat for anyone who loves art and literature – and a subtle alternative to the city’s traditional 5-star hotels.
The luxury Paris hotel is privately owned by the Chevalier family, who also owns Pavillon de la Reine, Place des Vosges.
Romance in Paris with Pavillon des Lettres, from €420 per night, based on two sharing on a B&B basis. Package includes stay in a deluxe room, buffet breakfast each morning, a bottle of Champagne on arrival, two tickets to the Grand Palais museum and a book of the best places to kiss in Paris. (Valid March 1 to December 31, 2012).
For reservations or bookings visit pavillondeslettres.com or call + 33 (0)4 49 24 26 26