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Private Mansion of La Païva

Monument in Paris

Built in the mid-nineteenth century for Esther Lachmann, a Russian adventurer of modest origin became Portuguese Marquise then Prussian Countess, the hotel La Païva takes place on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, in the 8th arrondissement of Paris.

It was built by Pierre Manguin in an incredible Italian Renaissance style, with a hanging garden. A property of the Travelers Club since the beginning of the 20th century, it has preserved its original architecture with its grand yellow onyx staircase, its Moorish bathroom, its sculptures, its paintings and its Paul Baudry ceiling in the large living room. The hotel courtyard has become a restaurant.

Address25 Avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris
Telephone+33 1 43 59 75 00

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Wednesday 8 july
Min. 13°C - Max. 26°C
Thursday 9 july
Min. 17°C - Max. 29°C
Friday 10 july
Min. 16°C - Max. 24°C

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