Reading, writing and luxury at this intimate literary hotel.
Paris ranks among the world’s top literary cities, which makes us wonder: why aren’t there more hotels like this one in The City of Light? Celebrating the pleasures of reading and the art of writing, this property has 26 guest rooms and suites --- no coincidence that the alphabet has the same number of letters. Décor by designer Didier Benderli combines literature, painting and sculpture. Among the many writers honored (one per room) are Baudelaire, Flaubert, Goethe, Ibsen, James, Kafka, Shakespeare, Woolf and Zola. The site of morning breakfast, the salon is well-stocked with reading material, from classics to comic books. The hotel is just a short walk from Place de la Concorde, the Grand Palais and the Champs-Élysées.
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