Novelists, poets and artists have long flocked to Paris. There’s a romance about its white churches, strong coffee and revolutionary history that attracts creative types as well as honeymooning couples.
So what better place to stay than a literary hotel drawing on the city’s history of philosophers and writers.
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It has just 26 rooms, each named after a famous author – Jean-Jacques Rousseau to Virginia Woolf. Their books line the shelves next to the bed; their best quotes stencilled on the walls. Another charming touch is that guests can fill out a form about their reading tastes and the hotel will bring up a novel before bedtime, like a literary prescription.