Hotel particulier of the Place des Vosges, in the 4th arrondissement of Paris, the hotel de Ribault takes place between the Lafont and Asfeldt hotels. Also known as Langres Hotel or Hôtel de la Rivière, it is now classified as an historic monument.
Built at the beginning of the 17th century for Antoine Ribault, then steward of Finance, the building was seized during the French Revolution and attributed to various public administrations. During subsequent renovations, the Hotel de Ribault was notably modified by François Le Vau then by Charles Le Brun in the 19th century. Its paneling and ceilings were later moved to the Carnavalet museum and restored in the mid-2010s.