The latest hotel in Le Marais is Cours des Vosges, an extended-stay property with 12 luxury rooms, a restaurant, a tea room, and Roman baths.
The new property from Evok hospitality group is the only hotel on the historic Place des Vosges offering bird’s-eye views of Square Louis XIII, with its red-brick pavilions, arcades, and blue slate roofs.
The Place des Vosges is the oldest planned square in Paris, and was built by King Henry IV from 1605 to 1612. It was a favorite meeting place for nobility, and to this day remains a fashionable spot.
Interior design by Lecoadic-Scotto mixes 17th-century splendor and 1970s design. Guests can request specific rooms suiting their needs, such as some with kitchenettes. The ground floor, which is open to the public, offers light bites at Brach – La Patisserie, from patisserie chef Yann Brys, who is a Meilleur Ouvrier de France (a prestigious title in France given to the best artisans in the country).
The Tea Room and the outdoor terrace also welcome the public.
Rates start at 600 euros ($660) per night.
Cour des Vosges
19 Place des Vosges