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Shangri-La Paris vs Le Pavillon des Lettres

Both Shangri-La Hotel Paris and Le Pavillon des Lettres are rated very highly by writers. On balance, Shangri-La Hotel Paris is preferred by most writers compared to Le Pavillon des Lettres. Shangri-La Hotel Paris comes in at 92 with recommendations from 15 publications like Fodor's, Michelin Guide and Gayot.

Shangri-La Paris
9 / 10
10, avenue d'Iena, 75116 Paris
From $857 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Shuttle Bus
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Michelin Guide
Star
"Its classic architecture encompasses grandiose lounges, opulent luxury and dining options for every taste. A true sense of exclusivity!"
Frommer's
"The luxury Hong Kong hotelier opened its first Paris address at the end of 2010 inside a beautifully restored national monument." Full review
Fodor's
"Opened in December 2010, this stellar hotel is already a classic, with half of the rooms facing the Eiffel Tower, and more than 60% with their own balconies." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Painstakingly restored in a manner worthy of its gilded, hand-painted, mosaic- and mahogany-trimmed heyday." Full review
Star Service
"Service is a Shangri-La trademark, and is available 24/7. Pets are allowed." Full review
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Le Pavillon des Lettres
8 / 10
12 rue des Saussaies, 75008 Paris
From $204 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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Frommer's
"If you're a literature fan, this hotel -- Paris's first literary-themed hotel -- might just be the place for you." Full review
Concierge
"Andersen, named after Danish tale teller Hans Christian, is under the eaves on the sixth floor and has gorgeous city views, including a perfect snapshot of the Eiffel Tower."
Travel + Leisure
"Paris’s 2010-opened Pavillon des Lettres... pays homage to Voltaire himself, along with 25 other writers who were the inspiration for this chic hotel on a quiet street in the Eighth Arrondissement." Full review
Time Out
"Across the river from the historic literary hub of the Left Bank, the Pavillon des Lettres welcomes Moleskine-carrying travellers on a quiet street, secluded from the nearby Champs-Elysées." Full review
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The hotel offers three room categories, but be sure to ask for one facing the Eiffel Tower for an exceptional view from your balcony, where you have more elbow room to pen some of your finest work.
Star Service
"This is an interesting choice, especially for the literary- minded, and its chic retro-1920s and limited public facilities blend nicely in a much-prized location." Full review
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