A luxury guest house in the heart of Paris In a typically Parisian district, crossroads of trends and multiple destinations, a few hundred meters from the Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est, halfway between Montmartre, the area of the Opera Garnier, the department stores, and the Louvre Museum via the covered passages, you can get to most of the tourist attractions on foot.
Behind a façade of a Parisian building from 1830, I will welcome you to my apartment where I live, in the heart of the French capital, not far from the Grands Boulevards and the auctions house Drouot, whose luxurious and charming guest rooms will provide you with a unique, chic and refined experience from where you can discover or rediscover Paris.
The 3 guest rooms combine comfort and refinement with period pieces and original architectural details; each room is an oasis of calm, evoking both the city’s romantic heritage and its cosmopolitan soul. Providing a cozy setting – with their Cole & Son wallpapers, Elitis velvet cushions and trompe l’oeil “fake tile” carpet by Madeleine Castaing, giving an allure of neoclassical chic – the rooms will satisfy the luxury-seeking travelers, whether for a romantic weekend, a business trip, family vacation or just a citybreak.
As soon as you arrive, you will be immersed in a warm atmosphere of a family home, where we love to spend our holidays, have a break, breathe, and at last feel time go by; one where furniture, collections of paintings, family and collected objects mix together to create a charming setting for your stay.
Room between 169€ and 209€/night, breakfast included. Tourist taxe : 0,88€/night/pers. Early Booking offer : -15€/night breakfast included for booking 3 months in advance, no cancellation, no refundable.
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|Maximum number of persons||6|
The "Wow" effect of Les3chambres
Why did you choose to open guesthouse ?
Mobile service of left luggage
Wine and Champagne à la carte
Romantic Paris pack
Les passages couverts
Musée Nissim de Camondo
Le Canal Saint Martin
Les passages couvertsFormer shopping centers of today, these galleries dating from the 19th century are often a little known aspect of Paris. They lead you to the heart of an unusual Paris, between quaint shops and architectural beauty. Coming out of les3chambres you will reach the Louvre Museum via 4 interconnecting walkways, Passage Verdeau, Passage des Panoramas, Passage Jouffroy and the Galerie Vivienne. By the tiny Passage des 2 Pavillons, you will arrive in the gardens of the Palais Royal.
MontmartreMontmartre, its village, its painters, its little streets and Saint-Pierre basilica
Musée Nissim de CamondoOne of the most sumptuous private homes from the early 20th century in Paris. Moïse de Camondo, a reputed Parisian banker during the Belle Epoque, was a passionate collector of French furniture and art objects from the eighteenth century. In 1911, he hired architect René Sergent to build a private mansion next to Parc Monceau that would be worthy of this collection and suitable for his family.
Le Canal Saint Martin10 minutes away from the apartment, let's you tempt by a walk at the edge of the water, so appreciated by parisians.OT Paris
Montorgueil square10 minutes from the apartment, it's a plunge in a street of food businesses, parisian market atmosphere with a mix of baker's, butcher's, restaurants and cafes with their terraces.