A winter garden in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, a haven of peace away from prying eyes, impeccable service, the boutique hotel Le Pavillon Faubourg Saint-Germain, whose walls are steeped in history, embodies Parisian chic and its hushed luxury.
The indoor swimming pool, spa, bar and restaurant are all reasons for not leaving this dreamy place, where you can enjoy the peace and quiet or the conviviality, according to your mood.
Master interior designer Didier Benderli and his team from the Kerylos Intérieurs studio were responsible for creating the volumes, furniture and decoration of the hotel, bar, restaurant and spa.
They have managed to combine the history of the place with a contemporary design, keeping it luxurious without being ostentatious, and maintaining a discreet charm which invites you back every time.
James Joyce, author of the masterpiece 'Dubliners', stayed in this hotel in Saint-Germain-des-Prés on several occasions, notably to finish the last pages of 'Ulysses'.
Other world literary figures, such as American poet T.S. Eliot, also wrote some of their finest works in this mythical place.