Le Pavillon des Lettres is not the cheapest place to stay in Paris but you will appreciate the quality. Windows opening up onto the Paris rooftops and a view of the Eiffel Tower could not get more romantic. That makes it a perfect place for a proposal. But the hotel is also a great spot for those who are in love with literature.
Each of the 26 rooms corresponds to a letter of the alphabet. Every letter is attributed to a famous writer, from Andersen to Zola. For example, the room attributed to Émile Zola holds a stack of his books and has the author’s famous lines gracing the wallpaper. Of course every room is designed in a way referring to its patron writer.
The rooms are named after: Andersen, Baudelaire, Calderon, Diderot, Eschyle, Flaubert, Goethe, Hugo, Ibsen, James, Kafka, La Fontaine, Musset, Nerval, Ovid, Proust, Queiroz, Rousseau, Shakespeare, Tolstoy, Urfe, Voltaire, Woolf, Xenophon, Yeats, Zola.
Apart from the rooms, the books are also available in the hotel’s library. The standard equipment of rooms include plasma screen TVs, air conditioning, mini bar, Wi-Fi internet access and iPads that act as your hotel directory.