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Le Pavillon des Lettres vs L'Hotel

L'Hotel and Le Pavillon des Lettres are both rated highly by professionals. Overall, L'Hotel scores significantly better than Le Pavillon des Lettres. L'Hotel comes in at 94 with positive reviews from 18 publications including Michelin Guide, Hideaway Report and Mr & Mrs Smith.

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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L'Hotel
9 / 10
13 rue des Beaux Arts, 75006 Paris
From $355 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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Rough Guide
"Extravagantly styled and fashionable designer hotel, with twenty sumptuous rooms accessed by a wonderful spiral staircase, and with a tiny pool in the basement."
Michelin Guide
Star
"It was at L'Hotel that the great Oscar Wilde died in 1900. The atypical, aesthetic decor, updated by Jacques Garcia, still manages to pay homage to artistic pomp and splendour."
Frommer's
"Ranking just a notch below the Relais Christine , this is one of the Left Bank's most charming boutique hotels." Full review
Concierge
"The glitterati and sophisticated couples keep this 20-room property booked solid, so reserve two to three months in advance for high-season accommodation."
Fodor's
"There's something just a bit naughty in the air at this eccentric and opulent boutique hotel." Full review
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