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Pavillon de la Reine


The most luxurious hotel in the marais

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On the magnificent Place des Vosges, in an inner courtyard away from the square’s animation, lies the Pavillon de la Reine (“the Queen’s Pavilion”). Considered as one of the best and most beautiful hotels in the neighborhood, a large number of celebrities have called it their home away from home. Enjoy! Parisianist.

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About this place

28 Place des Vosges, 75003
Line 1 - Saint Paul Line 8 - Chemin Vert

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The Pavillon de la Reine is an oasis of peace located on the beautiful Place des Vosges. The 54 rooms of the hotel are all decorated in a classic way, with elegance and refinement that give them that extra coziness and warmth.

Unlike the classic decor, the bathroom and in-room equipment are very modern, therefore offering a comfort rating no shy of that of a 5 star hotel.

The average price of a standard room varies between €450 and €550 per night, but all will depend on the season.


There is nothing better than pouring yourself a glass of your favorite drink from the Honesty Bar and sit down in the comfortable sofas and armchairs by the chimney in winter, or in the sunny courtyard in summer. If you are lucky, you might hear the beautiful street performance of a professional opera singer or violinist nearby.

Breakfast is also served either in the courtyard or inside. As for lunch or dinner, there are many recommended bars and restaurants in the area such as Moonshiner ( speak easy cocktail bar), Café de l’Industrie (laid back bistro), or the upper class Le Bar à Huitres (seafood).


All the guests of the Pavillon de la Reine can indulge themselves with a treatment in the beautiful spa operated by Carita. After a long day of walking around Paris, there’s no better way to soothe the aching feet and back than to get a massage at the spa, or go for a jacuzzi or steam bath just to relax.

The fitness room will surely please all those that want to stay fit, but another option is to just leave the hotel and jog through the small quiet streets of the Marais, Place des Vosges and further on the banks of the Port de l’Arsenal (Arsenal Harbour) near Bastille.

24/7 Room Service is available.


In June 1559, French King Henri II received the tip of his opponent’s spear in his eye while jousting and died a few days later in excruciating pain. This took place near the King’s residence, l’Hôtel des Tournelles. To do away with this tragic souvenir, Henri IV later decided to destroy the palace and replaced it with a royal square. La Place Royale (later changed to Place des Vosges in 1800) was inaugurated in 1612 for the engagement celebrations of future king Louis XVIII and Anne d’Autriche. It is said that during this celebration, the future queen spent some time in what is now one of the wings of the Pavillon de la Reine. The name of the hotel – the Queens Pavilion – refers to this period in History.

Parisianist Fun Fact: The statue in the center of the Place des Vosges represents Louis XVIII on his horse. Notice the stone log under the horse’s belly? The original 1639 bronze statue was destroyed during the French Revolution and a marble replica was created in 1825. But the weight of the marble was too heavy and in order to avoid the collapse of the statue, this stone log was added to support the weight…

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