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This 26-room boutique hotel was exactly what I love when I travel. It provided an interesting theme - 26 rooms named after 26 authors all starting with a different letter of the alphabet. I got Woolf after Virginia. My room was small but very efficient with separate bath and toilet rooms. Sufficient space for 1 person but I think 2 people may find it rather tight although the separate toilet and bath are a nice touch. Service was very personal and the staff professional. There's also a nice restaurant about 10 steps away from the hotel called Zo that serves French/Jap food and the food is good! Can't beat the location for serious designer shopping as it's just off Faubourg St Honore, the essential designer store street! Will stay here again for my next Paris trip!
Located one minute from the chic Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, Place de la Madelaine, Champs Elysées, Petit Palais and Grand Palais where FIAC is held every year and Musée Jacquemart-André, Hotel Pavillon des Lettres is one of the most romantic, underrated and chicest hotels in Paris. Its particularity and uniqueness lie in its identity: its dedication to literature. Its room and suite design is spectacular. The boutique hotel Pavillon des Lettres has twenty-six ultra-luxurious rooms including Superior Rooms and Junior Suites, displayed on six floors of a typically-Parisian façade building. These rooms honour illustrious authors and poets including Charles Baudelaire, Victor Hugo, Voltaire, Marcel Proust, William Shakespeare, Franz Kafka, and Ovide among others. Yes, Pavillon des Lettres is a place for intellectuals and sophisticated book worms. Pavillon des Lettres is the incarnation of the boutique hotel, delicate, luxurious, peaceful with blue-chip attention to details and professional staff, it’s the ultimate place to book for a romantic trip to Paris and the exploration of the numerous neaby museums.
you have to get use to seeing people carrying assault rifles and looking like they woud use them. they are pleasant enough, but they look tough. so it is a little disconcerting to see them every where around the hotel. the hotel room is quiet, there was no street noice. the bed was very comfortable and the bathrobes were comforting. we were in the urfe room and our kids were in the shakespeare room. our room was a little larger, but they got the complementary champagne!! the elevator was slow so we used the stairs to get up and down. the front desk was very accomodating and held luggage, called taies, gave advise. this area has every single high end designer you can think of. the shop are magnificent. the breakfast was good Ithe bread adn cheeses were great) but the toaster either undertoasted the bread or burned it. the hotel was a comforting place to come home to after a hard day of walking.
I stayed at this beautiful boutique hotel for one night. The hotel is very well located in the 8e arrondissement, near the Palais de L'Elysee and La Madeleine. Metro is a 5 min walk. The personnel is extremely polite, helpful, and friendly. Check-in and check-out was efficient and friendly. There is a "honesty-based" bar on the ground floor, where also the breakfast is served. The hotel is well maintained and clean and has ca. 26 rooms. The rooms are named according to famous authors (hence the name...). My room was relatively small, but modern, stylish, very clean, and quiet. The bed was comfortable. The bathroom was equally small but had everything one needs and was very clean. An ironing board was brought up within minutes of asking. A bottle of water was complementary. The only minus was the size of the safe (not large enough for a laptop), otherwise I was fully satisfied with the room. Wifi was free and worked well. The breakfast was small but adequate and of good quality. The room where breakfast is served is very nice. Friendly service. I would highly recommend this hotel for leisure and business and would gladly return.
An unavoidable detour when I come to Paris ! A hotel in a beautiful setting, quiet and secured, a personalised and warm welcoming with attentive staff from the beginning to the end of my stay and always full of good advices for us! I will not give up for anything to come at Le Pavillon des Lettres to relax in rooms all different from each other and see the splendid view of the Eiffel Tower illuminated at night.
The Service was inconstant. the Front desk service is mediocre, while the service at the restaurant was good. Breakfast was good. Rooms are small but clean, Great location near restaurants and shopping
FABULOUS boutique hotel in a central location. Rooms are spotless, stunning and filled with natural light. Bathrooms are large and new. The staff is helpful, kind, and fun to chat with. The Diderot room is incredible, really looking forward to staying there again! I've finally found a hotel in Paris with great value, comfort, style, and a fantastic location.
This hotel is excelent. Location vice it's in a safe and High-End part of Paris. The interior ministry is located near by, so the amount of security ( police) is high. The rooms are very nice and clean, very good bed and a spaceous bathroom. Breakfast is recommendable, the buffet is good, and the service is superb. All over the hotel and it's location is worth the price. Also I would recommend the Corsican resteurant close by. :-)
I stayed here with my two teenage daughters and we explored Paris together. From the warm greeting on arrival I was sure we had chosen the right hotel. The rooms were delightful - we had two connecting rooms with a view across red geranium planter boxes to the Eiffel Tower. The hotel was a standout because of the service. We would ask recommendations for restaurants and the staff would consider our needs (one of us is lactose free - difficult to accommodate in France) and sent us to the most wonderful restaurants. The next morning they would always enquire as to whether we'd enjoyed it and that would give them more information to work with the next night. Their choices were our best nights out in Paris! My daughter had a birthday and was spoilt by the hotel staff. Directions were provided when asked for, some museums were recommended to us by the staff which turned out to be amongst our favourite things. The buffet breakfast was lovely and the hotel's location is superb with easy access to a few different metro lines or just a short stroll to the Seine. We'd go back anytime! Merci, merci Vanessa and staff.
Definitely would return. Location is ideal with access to subways, tourist sites, restaurant and shopping. Staff was always extremely helpful and especially after an unfortunate pickpocketing episode. They also had great suggestions on how to get around and where to go.
Located in Paris City Centre, Le Pavillon des Lettres is adjacent to Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like Place de la Madeleine. This 26-room, 4-star hotel has a bar/lounge and 24-hour room service, along with free in-room WiFi.
Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
A flat-screen TV comes with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include an iPod dock, a minibar, and a coffee maker.
Guests of Le Pavillon des Lettres enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and free use of bicycles. There's limited parking, and an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 120 per person roundtrip. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with luggage storage, tours or tickets, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a computer station, a library, and free newspapers.