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Chambre Ressource

Île Saint-Louis

Hôtel jeux de paume

Chambre Ressource
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Before 12:00 PM
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It’s so nice to be able to open a window and literally touch the garden... We loved the green atmosphere, and the peaceful setting relaxed us in seconds flat. Want to unplug? This would be the place to do it. In the decor, tradition meets modernity, and it works like a charm. The exposed beams and original parquet floors perfectly complement the more contemporary black furniture. You’ll want to crawl right into the big, comfortable bed. A pretty French door lets in lots of light and opens onto the tree-filled hotel courtyard.

You’ll find the same decorative blend in the bathroom: vintage tiles and black and white designer furniture. Bathtub and large mirror. Separate water closet.


Tips from Parisians

Le Tournebievre
Two steps from your hotel you’ll find a sunny terrace with a view of Notre Dame and the bouquinistes of the quays of the Seine. You’ve stepped into a Paris postcard! What more could you ask for? It doesn’t hurt that the traditional French cuisine, prepared with passion by chef Christian Gailliard, is absolutely delicious! We guarantee you’ll love this place.
65, quai de la Tournelle, 75005 paris
01 85 15 28 05
I was born in Cannes, and I think Paris is the most beautiful city in the world. Although Parisian women are always in a hurry and the men are a bit gruff, they’re all nice! My job is amazing. One day a client who was coming from London called to ask when the last ferry left. I asked him where he was planning to board it to cross the Channel. It turns out he was asking about a ferry to get him across the Seine to the Ile Saint-Louis! I cherish these kinds of exchanges with my guests.

Hôtel jeux de paume

54 Rue Saint-Louis en l'Île, 75004 Paris, France

Old Paris and its historic facades... Here, poets and INTELLECTUALS still change the world at the Café de Flore and La Sorbonne. Wend your way through the narrow medieval streets to NOTRE DAME.

The local: a university student in a duffle coat, philosophy book under his arm.


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