Bienvenue a Paris! – known as “The City Of Lights” and also referred to as “The City Of Love”, both ended living up to its reputation. With so many great places to go and so many amazing sites to see, I found myself at the perfect boutique hotel smack in the middle of Paris- Hotel Relais Saint-Germain. With only 22 rooms in the entire hotel, Hotel Relais makes you feel right at home with its cozy close-quarters atmosphere and the beautifully Parisian decorated bedrooms. From the minute you pull up to the door, your eyes are immediately drawn and captivated by the dozens of florals lined beneath the bedroom rooms. So lets get to it!
Gorgeous florals, florals, and more florals lining the bedroom windows to Hotel Relais Saint-Germain
Enjoying the street view from my bedroom window and a glass of Bulleit Bourbon.
Taking a peak down the gorgeous tight streets right from my bed.
The front entrance of Hotel Relais Saint-Germain.
Connected to the hotel is Le Comptoir du Relais which is know for its tremendous breakfast, and it’s ran by the famous French Chef, Yves Camdeborde. Monsieur Camdeborde also owns Hotel Relais Saint-Germain, so it makes total sense that they are connected and next to one another.
My bedroom living room with an incredible view.
The gorgeous “boutique” patterns were lined throughout the entire room with matching comforter and decor.
Multiple floors, all stacked with the gorgeous floral bouquets on the balconies.
The area around Hotel Relais Saint-Germain is packed with restaurants and cafes within a seconds walk, so it is virtually impossible to ever be hungry…. or sober haha.
Admiring the architecture and view across the street right from the living room window.
The chic and comforting entryway hosts a bookshelf that contains all the recipe books to Chef Camdeborde.
After my 2 night stay at Hotel Relais Saint-Germain came to an end, I headed to my AirBnB for the remaining three nights located at the trendy and hip Rue Des Halles. Rue Des Halles is located just north of Ile De La Cite.
Hanging out at Champ De Mars waiting for the sunset and the Tour Eiffel lights to begin at 9PM.
The Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Paris taken from the Pont de’l Archeveche along La Seine.
Late night drinking on Champ de Mars and taking in the view of Tour Eiffel.
Walking along La Seine and by the Pont Alexandre III.
I hope you enjoyed my post and met me know if you have been to Paris or not!
Special thanks to Hotel Relais Saint-Germain for sponsoring this post and my incredible time in Paris!
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