At a timeless address, find a haven of peace in the heart of the capital, surrounded by leafy gardens.
An enchanted interlude in this luxury boutique hotel in the 3rd arrondissement, a popular stopover for travellers from all over the world in search of discretion and charm.
Pavillon de la Reine & Spa is named after Anne of Austria, Queen of France, who lived in the wing that separated the residence from the present-day Place des Vosges in the Marais district of Paris in the 17th century.
It was on the occasion of her engagement to Louis XIII, in 1612, that the square was inaugurated and originally named 'Place Royale'. In 1800, it was renamed to 'Place des Vosges'. Today, it exists to be the oldest square in Paris.
Over the centuries, it has welcomed many famous residents such as Colette and Victor Hugo. It has thus, contributed to the aura of the Marais, a district for which they are considered partly responsible.