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Our history

You will find the Relais Christine in a 17th century town house built on the vestiges of the Saint-Denis College of the Grands-Augustins Abbey, founded in 1231 by Saint Louis. The rue Christine was completed in 1607 further to the construction of the Pont Neuf bridge and named after Christine de France, daughter of Henri the 4 thand Marie de Médicis. The street front building was rebuilt in 1898 by the architect Debrie. This type of town house is a great standard of 17th and 18th century Parisian architecture, the best-known examples being the French President’s home, the Palais de l’Elysée, and the Prime Minister’s Hôtel Matignon.

Owned by a French family since 1979, the Relais Christine is an oasis of calm in the centre of Paris. Steeped in history, it contains a paved courtyard reached by a covered passageway and, behind the house, a 150 m2 garden with two rooms and two suites offering a private terrace. Vestiges of the College des Charités Saint-Denis of the Black Friars Abbey can be seen on the lower floor, now dedicated to wellbeing with our Guerlain spa. The relaxation lounge features a magni ficent circular column at the apex of its vaulted stone ceiling. The original fireplace and well can also be admired.

A few steps away from the Louvre museum and Notre Dame de Paris, the hotel is located in the heart of Saint Germain des Prés, a lively area, famous for its intellectual and artistic societies, as well as for its luxury and fashion shops.
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