Today I take you through my little journey in three high places of the Marais in Paris.
One of the Parisian’s favorite neighbourhoods for its sunny terraces, its all kind of concept store and unique little streets!
Not to mention the majestic Place des Vosges .. where a small gems is hiding, Le Pavillon de la Reine!
This boutique hotel welcomes you with its beautiful courtyard with sculptures and greenery that takes you to the countryside in the heart of Paris!
On arrival, you will meet Rudy, maître aux Clefs d’Or (Golden Keys master), Concierge in Le Pavillon de la Reine, for over 20 years! This former Ritz hotel concierge knows the area inside out and will guide you on what to do!
But this is not just a hotel but also a luxury Spa. Facial … body care … and the little bonus, the jacuzzi! (We don’t often have the opportunity to take a hot tub in the middle of a royal court!).
I also found a great concept, the Honesty bar. The hotel bar is open, you serve yourself and write down honestly what you have consumed!

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We spent our second night at the Hotel du Petit Moulin! This hotel is unique in its storefront, a former bakery (besides, every morning, people ask for croissants!). But also by its colorful decoration, signed by the famous Christian Lacroix!

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In the evening we went to dinner to Le Dome du Marais. This restaurant, a former auction hall inaugurated in 1777, offers an idyllic setting for a romantic dinner! We enter a dark hallway to reach the impressive dome decorated with gold leaf! A true delight for the eyes and taste buds!

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My little dreamers, I want to share it and offers you to win:

1 night at the Hotel du Petit Moulin + A Day at Queen’s Spa Pavilion for 2 + a tasting menu Marais Dome for 2.
And to be the most beautiful to attend diner, a Matilda dress of your choice!

For this, answer the following question in the comments:

What is the famous designer to have decorate the Hotel du Petit Moulin?

Good luck,