Pavillon de la Reine

28 Place Des Vosges | Paris, 75 75003  [SEE MAP]Paris, 75  [SEE ADDRESS]
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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Chic yet central

Mar 2nd, 2020

My favourite thing about this hotel is the private courtyard and honesty bar. At night the gates close and you are free to linger over drinks on the pretty, ivy clad terrace until late. Rooms are varied, the one I stayed in was nothing to write home about but the ambiance overall is charming and the location is perfect. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Charming Hotel

Feb 27th, 2020

My stay at the Pavillon de la Reine was a long time coming and it didn't fail or disappoint. Perfectly located to access many of the Marias' charming cafes and bistros and super stylish shops and boutiques as well as countless museums. The hotel is so beautiful, hidden away in a quiet courtyard, you would harldy know you were in a city. Beautiful inside with warm cosy interiors, the hote is bursting with country-style touches and oodles of charm. Breakfast is absolutely outstanding with a very wide choice to keep even the fussy eater happy. The hotel has an honesty bar stocked with many drinks. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again, TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Perfect location

Feb 23rd, 2020

This is our second stay at Le Pavillon. We have been visiting the Marais for about 20 years and the location can't be beat. We opted for a larger suit this time and were not disappointed. The staff is very helpful and made all our dinner reservations. During the strike they kept us updated on all transportation issues. Just made reservations for our next visit. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Beautiful, well located Parisian Hotel

Feb 23rd, 2020

If you are looking for a refined, elegant hotel near Le Marais, this is it. The Hotel decor is elegant and refined without being stuffy. The patio, lobby and dining areas are welcoming and intimate. There is a open, honor bar off the lobby stocked with quality wine, champagne and spirits for a drink with friends all afternoon and evening. My room was truly memorable, which is saying a lot given how much I travel. It was beautifully decorated with open beam ceilings and deep set character windows overlooking the streets below. It had a comfortable and lovely living room area, well appointed bath, and large bedroom with period antique furniture. The staff at the front desk was very helpful and friendly. My only criticism is that the support staff could be better trained. In the middle of a business breakfast I was holding in the dining room, one of the support staff decided to vacuum the room around us. Which made our business conversation impossible and raised dust around our meal. I did mention something to the front desk and hopefully that will be rectified in the future. But it all this hotel is highly recommended and a beautiful find in the heart of Paris. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Iconic, yet...

Feb 9th, 2020

On our previous visits to Paris, including for our honeymoon, we stayed at the charming luxury boutique Hôtel Duc de Saint-Simon located in the 6th arrondissement in St. Germain-Des-Pres. For this trip, however, we decided to check out Le Marais, the very hip and colorful district straddling the 3rd and 4th arrondissements. A savvy traveler friend directed us to the five-star hotel Le Pavillon de la Reine, located on the Place des Vosges, in the center of it all. This regal stone and brick structure beckoned visitors through a narrow passageway leading into a lovely courtyard with umbrellaed tables surrounded by greenery fronting the hotel’s main entrance. Given the season, it was festively lit prompting many passersby to sate their Instagram addictions. The lobby and common rooms were tastefully decorated and furnished, though a bit subdued for my taste. The words “cozy, “classic” and “quaint” come to mind. We reasoned it was a five-star hotel (with a five-star rack rate), so little need to book the honeymoon suite. Any room would be special. Right? We soon squeezed into the small lift and were led to our “classic” room, which was just over the hotel‘s entrance overlooking the courtyard. It was duplex connected by a steep, narrow staircase. The bedroom was in the loft and below it was a small sitting space and the bathroom. Between the two spaces, we had barely enough room for our two suitcases, packed for ten days on the road, and very little shelving or closet space. We also soon realized that the opening and closing of the hotel’s front door did not bode well for light sleepers. The next morning, we requested a room change, which the hotel graciously obliged. The “superior” room to which they moved us, was in the back and much quieter, but it was even smaller than the first. Oh well. We’re only sleeping here one more night. That said, the bed was comfy and the hotel’s location at Place des Vosges unmatched. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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