Hotel Features. Set in a former Jesuit college, the Cour Des Loges hotel combines Renaissance-style architecture with contemporary decor. The hotel's glass-roofed courtyard houses a restaurant with hand-painted frescoes, modern artworks and lifts up to three towers. The hotel is a favourite with celebrities like Michael Jackson and Henry Kissinger.
The hotel's Les Loges restaurant serves refined cuisine combining tradition and imagination in the glass-covered central courtyard. An original restaurant concept is offered at the Café-Epicerie, featuring an award-winning chef.
The Jeu de Paume conference room can accommodate up to 84 people. It features 15th-century columns and views over the courtyard. There are six other conference rooms including the frescoed Salon Agapes, with its grand fireplace. High-speed Internet connections are available (surcharge).
Guestrooms. The Cour Des Loges hotel's 61 climate-controlled guestrooms are decorated with antique and contemporary furniture, and frescoes by Hervé Thibault. All rooms have parquet flooring and views of the courtyard or the Rue du Boeuf. Rooms feature satellite television, minibars and wireless Internet access (surcharge). The Phillippe Starck-designed bathrooms offer baths big enough for two.
Expert Tip. A network of secret underground tunnels, the Traboules, criss-cross beneath the streets of the Renaissance-quarter streets that surround the Cour Des Loges hotel.