Le Pavillon de la Reine
This is one palace fit for a Queen 2.0 - and our recommendation for the perfect quick getaway!
A historical spot…
Le Pavillon de la Reine & Spa owes its name to Anne of Austria, the 17th century queen of France who lived in a wing that separated the residence from the existing Place des Vosges in Paris’s Marais district.
It is the oldest square in Paris and was previously called “Place Royale” following the queen’s engagement with Louis XIII in 1612.
Over the centuries, many famous residents have spent the night there including Georges Simenon, Colette and Victor Hugo. The square adds to the overall charm of the Marais district and contributes towards its great reputation.
…in an ideal location
This is the ideal place to recharge your batteries after roaming the streets of the capital. This 17th century castle is located in the Marais district, which is a very popular part of Paris. It is nestled between the 3rd and 4th arrondissements in the city. You will be able to stroll under the arches in Place des Vosges which are crammed with art galleries, antique shops and restaurants. There is a delightful atmosphere in this unspoilt part of the city.
Services fit for a queen
The Pavillon exists outside of time. It is a peaceful haven with 53 luxury bedrooms surrounded by shaded gardens. There is a spa, jacuzzi and sauna. Relaxation is compulsory. The 4-star hotel also has a lounge and bar in which people from all over the world like to meet
Pavillon de la reine
- Address : 28 Place des Vosges, 75003 Paris, France
- Phone number : +33(0)1 40 29 19 19