Le Pavillon des Lettres, Paris

Le Pavillon des Lettres honors European poets, writers, virtuoso and geniuses. 500 meters away from the Champs-Elysées, this elegant 26-rooms boutique hotel brings art and culture closer to guests for a unique (and very Parisian) stay.

Le Pavillon des Lettres Lobby - Photo by Jeremy, Prizzed

Le Pavillon des Lettres Lobby - Photo by Jeremy, Prizzed


 Le Pavillon des Lettres disposes of rooms and suites, each dedicated to a letter representing a famous creator - B for Beaudelaire or Z for Zola. A nice change from traditional numbers and a gentle push to discover the work of an author. 

Bathed in natural light, Musset room sports a large bed, a TV with a desk area and huge windows with a narrow balcony. The layout of this Deluxe room is creative with two glass door bathrooms on each side of the bed, letting through even more light. 

Side note: the two bathrooms feature isn’t the most practical for longer stays, a vanity next to the bathtub would have been wiser. 

Musset Room - Photo by Jeremy, Prizzed

Musset Room - Photo by Jeremy, Prizzed



Next to the Champs Elysées and Madeleine, the location works amazingly for tourists eager to discover the picturesque streets of Paris. The front desk knows the neighborhood well and has great recommendations. 


From 7:00 to 10:30am the breakfast is served in the salon, guests can also enjoy in-room service.

Le Pavillon des Lettres offers tapas between 5:00 and 8:00pm everyday. Various cheese, nut and bread to try out in the coziest environnement next to the fireplace. 

In Room Breakfast - Photo by Jeremy, Prizzed

In Room Breakfast - Photo by Jeremy, Prizzed



 Le Pavillon des Lettres Hotel guests can benefit from the beautiful library in the salon. Wifi & bicycle rental are complementary. Hosts also have access to the Spa of the sister hotel Le Pavillon de la Reine in Le Marais.


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