Relais Louis XIII: In Paris and available with our Paris Highlight

6th quarter: St Germain des Près- Jardin du Luxembourg

Relais Louis XIII is housed in the heart of 6th arrondissement of Paris, on the remains of the Couvent des Grands-Augustins, the very place where Louis XIII was proclaimed King of France in 1610.

Formerly a café-charbon patronized by Picasso who lived just across the street, it became the Relais Louis XIII in 1961.

The restaurant’s interior features old stones and noble wooden beams, engravings, portraits of Louis XIII and Marie de Medicis, stained glass windows and antique Louis XIII style chairs. In stark contrast with the current trends, this restaurant of French gastronomy invites you to a chic haven adorned with authentic historical accents.