Le Pavillon des Lettres bills itself as the first literary hotel in Paris. Each of the 26 rooms are dedicated to one of the letters of the alphabet. Behind each door hides the spirit of a poet, a writer, an impassioned virtuoso, a genius, which will give a special atmosphere to the room, with the help in particular of extracts chosen and printed on the walls.
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