A refined manor-house hotel in the St-Germain district of Paris

Passing through the cobbled courtyard to enter this early 17th century building you feel less like you're checking into a hotel and more like the baron and baroness arriving at your own country manor house, with its heavy wood balustrade on the stairs and antiques filling the foyer.

Most of the largish rooms are done in a contemporary relaxed style, but a few splash out with grand, repro-Louis XIII decor.

Splurge on a junior or regular suite for the added space and the marble bathrooms sporting double sinks.

Most suites are duplexed, with sitting areas downstairs and a lofted bedchamber.

The basement breakfast/dining room is installed under the low rough vaulting of a 13th century abbey formerly on this site founded by Saint Louis himself.

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