You'll find me through this grand door off the Place des Vosges, the oldest formal square in Paris, once home to Victor Hugo and Madame de Sévigné.
I'd love to invite my dearest girls to a ladies' Champagne tea in the pretty Salon d'Ete.
Or the entire gang over for a wine tasting beneath the beams in the warm and cozy Salon d'Hiver.
I'm sure that between the Parisian markets and this gorgeous kitchen, I could manage to cook up a somewhat delicious dinner...
Or we could go out for a stroll through the Marais...
...and end up at one of the neighborhood cafés for a bite, while we watch the world go by.
And I can't imagine having anything but the sweetest dreams in this perfect bedroom.
What do you think? Would you come for a visit?
All images from Pavillon de Madame
Learn more about this amazing retreat, designed by Jacques Granges in collaboration with architect Alain Baudouin, here.