The hotel de Tresmes, sometimes called Hotel de Gourgues, is located at number 26 of the Place des Vosges, in the 3rd arrondissement of the capital.
It was built during the first quarter of the seventeenth century, a few years after the start of the development of the square designed by Clément Méterau, which includes 36 pavilions with two floors of similar appearance, limestone and bricks and covered roofs of slates, which are completed by two elevated buildings, the Pavilion of the King and that of the Queen.
On the north side of the square, this mansion was built for Guillaume Parfait and passed in 1620 to the family of Blérancourt.
The building was listed as a Historic Monument in 1956. The ground floor houses a famous art gallery.
The hotel does not visit. However, we will be pleased to discover it as the whole place during a walk or a guided tour of the Marais district. Information on +33 1 49 52 42 63.