Hotel Relais Christine
upon a time, in Paris during the Middle-Age...
What is today the Musée de cluny was the first "hotel particulier" to stand, like the Relais Christine, between garden and courtyard. This kind of plan was often used during the 17th and 18th centuries in Parisian architecture as witnessed by numerous hotels such as Palais de l'Elysee or Hotel Matignon.
The medieval cellars used to be the kitchen. While having breakfast, you can still admire the old well and the majestic fireplace.
Nowadays, spirit and charm...
Tucked in at the end of the narrow street from which it takes
its name, the Relais Christine is a real haven of peace, made
more so by the existence of a pleasant flowered garden.
At the Relais Christine, the service discreet, caring and sets out satisfy every single guest's desire.
Each room is unique: duplex, suite
or standard room are allbright and cosy. Wooden beams, toile
de Jouy, Louis XIII antique furniture are in line with left