The rustic, wood-beamed ceilings remain intact at the Relais Saint-Germain, a 17th-century hotel bought and renovated by much-acclaimed chef Yves Camdeborde (originator of the bistronomique dining trend) and his wife Claudine. Each of the 22 rooms has a different take on eclectic Provençal charm, and the marble bathrooms are positively huge by Paris standards.
|Venue name:||Relais Saint-Germain||Contact:|
9 carrefour de l'Odéon
|Price:||Rates (incl breakfast) €285-€370 double|
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