The Pavillon de la Reine & Spa owes its name to Anne of Austria, Queen of France who, in the 17th century, lived in the wing that separated the residence from the current Place des Vosges in the Marais district of Paris.

It was on the occasion of her engagement to Louis XIII, in 1612, that the square was inaugurated. It was then called "Place Royale".

its famous residents

In 1800, it was named "Place des Vosges". It is the oldest square in Paris. Over the centuries, it has welcomed many famous residents such as Colette and Victor Hugo. It has thus contributed to the aura of the Marais, the district for which it is partly famous.


The Place des Vosges, the Marais, the Bastille, the Ile de la Cité... In the 3rd district Pavillon de la Reine, Hotel & Spa opens the doors of the historical center of Paris to you. Stroll under the arcades of the Place des Vosges, occupied by art galleries, antique shops and other restaurants. A charming atmosphere has taken hold of this preserved place of the capital...

At the heart of culture

Discover also the Marais, a lively district of Paris where you will always have an opportunity to go shopping, to sit on the terrace of a café or simply to stroll... The Bastille square and its opera are also close to our luxury hotel. Don't hesitate to visit the museums in the area such as the Picasso Museum and the Carnavalet Museum.


Our story is your story, and it will always be so: today, tomorrow, one day or another, new pages will be written with our visitors. Welcome to them. Welcome to you.

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