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Finish That Book You've Been Meaning to Write at Le Pavillon Des Lettres in Paris

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  Site Where: 12 rue des Saussaies, Paris, France
November 23, 2010 at 11:00 AM | by | ()

The Pavillon Des Lettres, Paris’s first literary hotel, is now open. Sister to The Pavillon De La Reine, the new four-star boutique hotel is located near the famous (but often crowded and busy) Champs-Elysees.

The hotel pays homage to both French and international literature writers with 26 rooms and suites, each dedicated to letter of the alphabet and a famous writer associated with that letter. The rooms are decorated with images and extracts of the authors work are printed on the walls.

The authors include Shakespeare, La Fontaine, Voltaire, Woolf and Yeats. And if you find yourself inspired by all of this literature you'll be pleased to know each room has an iPad, perfect for typing your own novel. Downstairs in The Salon the library has a further selection of novels, comic books, classic and newly published works for you to feast your brain on.

Room rates start at 300 euros, about 410 dollars for a Superior Room. But as Paris is the city of love we would suggest staying in one of the Les Romantiques suites with views of the Eiffel Tour. To book visit the hotel's website www.pavillondeslettres.com

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