First Literary Hotel in Paris
There are several literary themed hotels around the the world, but now the romantic City of Lights has their very own. The new Pavillon des Lettres hotel boasts 26 rooms names after a different writer, with quotations from their work stenciled on the walls. Fittingly, the rooms are cozy, discreetly sexy, and each one is equipped the new kit of the modern scribe: an iPad. Designer Didier Benderli’s interprets the theme with the use of plush fabrics in rich colors and imepeccable lighting.
For your reading pleasure, the neighborhood is quiet after hours. Though it’s right in the heart of the city, not far from La Madeleine and the Place de la Concorde – but happily removed from any definable scene.