Sainte-Chapelle - Holy Chapel

Completed in 1248, the Sainte-Chapelle was built by Louis IX to give a Paris home to the holy relics of the Passion of Christ.

In 1239 in fact, the future Saint Louis bought from Beaudoin II, Emperor of Constantinople, , the crown of thorns worn by Jesus. The sovereign thus endeavoured to have constructed a monumental reliquary.

Sainte-Chapelle , built in the heart of the Royal Palace on theîle de la Cité, with its two superimposed chapels, became an architectural model to emulate.
The upper chapel has a set of fifteen windows 15 meters high, the on the exceptionally rich iconographic programme.

Sainte-Chapelle - Holy Chapelspecial selection of our hotels


  • From 76 Timhotel Le Louvre

    Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame and Chatelet nearby. 20mn away from La Défense

    Near the Louvre and the famous Rue de Rivoli and Rue Saint-Honoré, the Timhotel Le Louvre offers a location that's not only in the heart of Paris, but, more importantly, in the heart of French history. Here you can enjoy the cultural...

    300 meters from the Louvre Museum

  • From 76 Timhotel Palais Royal

    Near the Louvre and Chatelet. Very charming address. Guest rooms with AC

    Not far from the famous Rue de Rivoli and Rue Saint-Honoré, the Timhotel Palais Royal is located in the historical and cultural centre of Paris. This art-deco-bedecked Haussmann-style hôtel de charme, which is near everything, will...

    Next to the Palais Royal and the Montorgueil district

  • From 67 Timhotel Paris Gare de Lyon

    In a very quiet street, few steps from the Gare de Lyon Station.

    The Gare de Lyon links to Paris all the major cities of the southeast of France. At 10 minutes on foot, the gare d'Austerlitz irrigates the southwest and Spain. And right next to it, the gare of Bercy serves the Burgundy region, Italy and the...

    In front of the famous street of Crémieux