Welcome

« The Bourg Tibourg aims at
letting its guests travel
not in space, but in time. »

~ JACQUES GARCIA

J.K. Huysmans would undoubtedly be pleased, as would Oscar Wilde or Graham Greene.

Such is Hotel Bourg Tibourg : a jewel hidden in the midst of daylight, right in one of the most renowned, phantasmagorical, and eclectic neighborhoods of Paris. It is there, in the heart of the Marais, discrete, full of a charming elegance and brilliantly self-asserted.

Welcome to the Bourg Tibourg, an intimate 4 Star hotel in central Paris, where you will be delighted to spend time, without noticing the time that goes by.

  • At the Love Season Special offer

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    Finally Spring...!

    At the love season, Paris dresses up with its nicest colours and the bourg Tibourg welcomes you in its refined and delicate bubble to soflty embrace the sunny days.

    Bicycle rides along the banks of the Seine, shopping spree, cultural visits in the city of museums, gastronomic restaurants or typical parisian brasseries, come and taste all the pleasures of spring.

    Benefit from a 15% off the room rate.

    This offer is available until 19/06/16.
    This offer is non exchangeable and non refundable.

  • Summer in Paris Special offer

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    These beautiful and bright days… How pleasant it is to take your time when the days extend and offer thousands of delights.

    Strolls along the Seine’s riverside and the irreplaceable Paris Plage, dreamy wanders in the sunny gardens, festivals, outdoors cinema and concerts, sweet evenings in the city of lights…

    Come and enjoy of the Parisian summer!

    Benefit 20% off the room rate.

    This offer is available from 12/07/16 to 31/08/16.
    This offer is non exchangeable and non refundable.

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Twelve years after his first exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in 2003, the eminent Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama will return to the foundation for a new exhibition that focuses on his recent work.

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