The apartments of this 17th-century residence now offer twelve rooms and suites and a tea room over four floors, renovated by architects Lecoadic & Scotto.Full respect for the forms and volumes of the period. The nobility of authenticity. Hospitality as a family spirit. Parisians and visitors alike enjoy the life of the neighbourhood like it were their own, a peaceful intimacy.Under the cosy vaults of the lobby, this guardian of the place hands you the key to your apartments. At the top of the grand staircase, behind the original doors: a Renaissance grandeur with painted, five-meter ceilings. Windows overlooking the tree-lined square, this unique room envelops you with light and a blue-pink pastel mystery. A mixture of 17th-century splendour and 1970s design: old terracotta, azure tapestries, a reimagined four-poster bed, candelabra lamps, books and statues alongside stainless steel tables, a glass bar counter and a brass basin.A peace of the senses that continues with the intimate serenity of the Roman bath or the light meals served in the lounge with terrace
The stones of the ancient kings of France have countless stories to tell.