SLEEP | HÔTEL PARADIS
Hôtel Paradis is located in a typical Parisian street situated halfway between the Gare du Nord railway station and the prestigious Opéra Garnier in Paris.
This up-and-coming neighborhood is filled with hip restaurants, bars and shops.
The French designer Dorothée Meilichzon designed the interior of the hotel. All rooms feature hand-painted wallpaper and bespoke fabric. Beds and carpets too are designed by Meilichzon.
SLEEP | HÔTEL THOUMEIX
Hôtel Thoumieux is located at the heart of Paris, just minutes away from the Eiffel tower. The luxurious boutique hotel has a special feeling for combining colorful patterns and textures. Make sure to try the complementary cookies because they are to die for.
EAT | BRONCO
At Bronco you can eat legit American food. Delicious hamburgers and homemade pie will fulfill all your needs. The interior resembles an old French restaurant with lots of dark wood with a modern twist.
EAT | TELESCOPE
A hidden coffee bar in the center of Paris, that must be Télescope. They will fulfill all your caffeine and sugar needs.
SHOP | HABITAT VINTAGE
At the heart of Saint-Ouen you can find Habitat Vintage. A unique concept where you can discover pieces of furniture and home accessories from the old collections of the brand.
SHOP | MERCI
The most famous store of le Marais must be Merci. Its selection of home, fashion and beauty goodies is impéccable!
DO | PALEIS DE TOKYO
Palais de Tokyo was created in 2002 and since then it has become the perfect anti-museum of the 16th arrondissement. It is one of the largest sites devoted to contemporary creativity in Europe. Not only is the Palais itself phenomenal, but the exhibitions are always very surprising. It’s our favorite hideout spot to escape the city Parisian-wise.
DO | CENTRE GEORGE POMPIDOU
Le Centre George Pompidou is the leading center of modern art in Paris. The iconic building serves a mixture of modern art, design and an amazing view over the Parisian rooftops.
DO | SAINT-OUEN
The most famous flea markets are located at Saint-Ouen, a small village at the border of Paris that is completely devoted to vintage and brocante.
DO | LA JEUNE RUE
La Jeune Rue is a wildly ambitious project of Cédric Naudon and his company Behind The Scene. He has bought no less than 45 buildings in the northern part of Le Marais, with the intention to transform this area into a culinary and design mecca.