Located in the 8th arrondissement, a luxury hotel with elegant rooms is the perfect place to spend the nights during your trips to the french capital. So, if you’re planning an escape and are still searching for places to stay in Paris, look no further: Le Pavillon des Lettres is one of the cutest and most comfortable Paris hotels. A 9-minute walk from Champs-Élysées–Clemenceau metro station, this charming hotel is also near the Place de la Concorde and the Eiffel Tower.
The 26 rooms represent the 26 letters of the alphabet, and using this analogy, the hotel invites guests to a departure of a literary walk with the 4* hotel. The literary interiors were designed by Kerylos Intérieurs. Take a look.
Designed by Didier Benderli, the head of Parisian design studio Kerylos Intérieurs, the interiors of Pavillon des Lettres are classically French, elegant and modern. Benderli describes his interiors here as an alliance of the arts – combining literature, painting, and sculpture in a subtle dialogue.
Colours and materials contrast each other and work together at the same time, creating physical interpretations of the pleasure of reading.
Pavillon des Lettres is a wonderfully elegant retreat offering rest and relaxation in Paris. The 26 air-conditioned rooms offer subtle and sophisticated interiors, while modern-day functionality ensures a seamless stay. Pavillon des Lettres is an oasis of calm in a lively neighborhood. Some rooms have private balconies. There’s also a terrace and a library.
Kerylos Intérieurs is french interior design agency, headed by Didier Benderli, whose main goal, apart from creating esthetic and functional environments, is to personalize the space. The designers work through a diverse mixture of materials and structures, forms and colors, to achieve a seductive comfort for their clientele.