At 125 Rue Saint Antoine, in the 4th arrondissement of Paris, stands a double structure with foundations dating from the 14th Century. Nested in between the Place des Vosges, the antique dealers village of Rue Saint Paul, the Rue Charles V and the edges of the Seine, this place is to pay homage to the queen Jeanne de Bourbon. Even though they got married at a very young age according to the users of the same social status, Jeanne and Charles V de Bourbon made a unique couple, a real hymn to love
Charles V said that the wise man talked about his dear one with these words: She is my beautiful light and the sun of my kingdom. The goal of the architect Pascal Reynaud, according to the intuition of Sarah Lauferon, owner of the Temple de Jeanne, was to make this hotel the light of the soul and the heart. Each area has been revisited and invites the light of the marsh to penetrate. A conservatory constitutes a well of light in the middle of the two structures, the facades are sprinkled with small balconies, terraces and window guards, the open bathrooms limit the partitioning of the rooms,
A harmony between the medieval and the urban style which mixes silky velvet, shimmering hessian, fake aged look leather, rough wood, stainless steel and glass. A first residence of six floors welcomes you from the Rue Saint Antoine. An unexpected hallway with old terracotta flooring, emblem of the Middle Ages interiors, escorts you to our Reception team in the heart of the Temple de Jeanne. Your experience in our charming hotel in the heart of Old Paris may begin !