Welcome in Heart of Paris

The Marais district is a former swamp (hence its name), occupied as of the12th century by religious orders. Starting from the 17th Century, the Parisian nobility settled there following the construction of the Place des Vosges. 

Several communities have been formed over the years: Jewish, Chinese and art (large number of art galleries).

The Marais consists of many mansions, it has managed to preserve its narrow streets and ancient architecture, which makes its charm today.

Discover all the parisian monuments you can walk to, from the Hotel de la Bretonnerie.

Notre Dame

10 min

Place des Vosges

5 min

Louvre Museum

15 min

Picasso Museum

10 min

Beaubourg Art Museum

5 min

Carnavalet Museum

10 min




You may know the metro station and you probably pass by the monument regularly, but do you know that
you can visit the Hôtel de Ville in Paris?
Discover the village hall and the hall of the provosts, as well as the office of the Mayor of Paris.
The Hôtel de Ville is also a place of life: the Council of Paris is organized there, it is also the offices
of certain services of the City... Do not miss this essential place in Paris.



This remarkable square is situated in the heart of the Marais and is one of the oldest squares in Paris. It is surrounded by red brick buildings with blue tile rooftops, which make its originality and singularity. The Place de Vosges is located at a 10 minute walk from the Hotel.

Notre Dame of Paris

One of the most remarkable Gothic cathedrals of France and Europe. It’s construction lasted 2 centuries and was completed in 1345.Notre Dame is open every day from 8am to 6.45pm (7.15pm on Saturdays and Sundays) and the entrance is free.Guided tours are available every day from 10am to 5.30pm and from 10am to 11pm on week-ends.The Notre Dame Cathedral is at a 10 minute walk from the hotel


Centre Georges Pompidou – Beaubourg

The National Center of Art and Culture was created by President Pompidou in order to have, in the center of Paris,

a unique cultural institution dedicated to modern and contemporary creations. 

The museum is open every day from 11am to 10pm (except Tuesdays)

Our hotel is located at a 5 minute walk from the Museum. 

Carnavalet Museum

This museum is exclusively dedicated to the History of Paris from its origins to now- a-days and presents temporary exhibitions. 
Opening hours: everyday from 10am to 6pm (except Mondays and national holidays)


Picasso Museum

One of the most well-known artists in the world has his own museum in Paris only a few minutes away from the hotel.The museum welcomes you from 9am to 5.30pm everyday but is closed on Tuesdays.

Discover all our favorite restaurants. 

All are tested and approved  by our team!

Chez Chartier

Le petit Cadet


Les fils à Maman

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