A 4 stars hotel in the center of Paris
Making the most of its exceptional location, where trendy boutiques flourish nearly on every corner, the Bourg Tibourg proposes you a tailor-made shopping promenade!
For your weekends in Paris, Linda will dream up a two hour itinerary of your convenience and will guide you to discover every little fashion gem that lays in the Marais : the most renown designers as well as small, independent creators, from the top chic to the most arty-trendy, vintage boutiques, concept stores, the best delicatessen, tea houses…
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Why stay at the Bourg Tibourg hotel?
The atmosphere is unique, intimate, literary, and evokes golden olden days, oriental fairy tales, the understated splendor of the turn-of-the-century, but one which satisfies contemporary desires to be pampered, protected, to stop time from fleeing too quickly.
The Bourg Tibourg concierge service is at your disposal for your every need. Whether in Paris for work or play, we are here to guide you and make your stay as easy as possible.
The Marais is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Paris, a district of criss-crossing streets which is sometimes called the true heart of Paris : delineated by The Pompidou Center, the Picasso Museum, and the Carreau du Temple, or to have equal numbers of art galleries and fashionable boutiques, bookshops, restaurants and legendary cafés.
Our Double Classic rooms (16m2) are designed for two people and feature a queen–size bed. They face either the street or the courtyard. Several of the street-side rooms feature a king-size bed.
Our Double Deluxe rooms are designed for two people and facing either the street or the courtyard. They are about 18m2 and have either a queen-size or a king-size bed.
The hotel Suite (26m2) faces both the street and the courtyard. It has one bedroom with a queen-size bed of 160 by 190 cm and a separate sitting room.
Services and little extras
Breakfast is served every day from 7.30 to 11.30am in the salon and until noon in your room.
available from 7.30am to 10.30pm : Assortment of sushi, Duck foie gras, Smoked salmon, fresh fruits & macaroons, selection of wines.
You will find a selection of novels, art books & comic books, as well as a collection of iconic films chosen with passion and tenderness.
“I love visiting Paris, and staying at Hotel Bourg Tibourg is always a highlight of my trip. This was my second stay, and if possible, it was more enjoyable than my first. I opted for the Double Deluxe room this time and found it to be another lovely room - with a big window facing the quaint streets of Le Marais and double doors to the stylish (and spacious for Paris standards) bathroom. The staff was so helpful in arranging 3 wonderful meals at nearby locations, serving afternoon tea in my room and just providing unobtrusive, elegant service. I know I will be back, hopefully sooner rather than later.”
“Very chic hotel, great location in the Marais. Room was jewel-toned refuge, very quiet because of a second glass door. Window opened up to an inner courtyard with a tinkling fountain. Gorgeous staff were very friendly, helpful with dinner recommendations and making reservations. Patient with my french, then easily switched to English when necessary. Lovely scented candles burning in the lobby. Same scent for the toiletries. I loved everything about this place and can't wait to come back.”
“Hospitality at its best”
“If you are looking for accomodation for a citytrip to Paris, Hotel Bourg Tibourg stands highly recommended. Perfect location (from Le Marais you have easy access to the whole city), lovely rooms, but most of all: amazing staff. They will make sure you will get most out of the City of Love.”
“I am in LOVE with the Hotel Bourg Tibourg, and refuse to stay anywhere else from this moment on. The rooms are darling - dimming lights, world's most comfortable beds, quiet, fully appointed, free Wi-Fi. The Staff is so gracious and accommodating. The courtyard, the bar, the breakfast room are all charming, warm and romantic. The cocktails are inspired and tasty, the coffee is delicious, the pastries are flakey and fresh, and the price is wonderful. The Hotel Bourg Tibourg exceeded all my expectations!”
“This was my third visit to the Bourg Tibourg and it just gets better and better. The location is perfect, the rooms are stylishly decorated and the staff are just amazing. Nothing was too much trouble and two restaurant recommendations they suggested were excellent choices.”
In the Marais, center of Paris
« The Bourg Tibourg aims at letting its guests travel not in space, but in time. »Jacques Garcia
Jacques Garcia, designer & decorator of the Bourg Tibourg, unrivaled specialist of stylish interiors, transformed the hotel into a real jewel – or rather a jewel box! Because here, everything is meticulously done, as if one had created a goldsmith's piece of orientalist colours that impregate a neo-gothic décor to its slightest details, such as the clover patterns, or the red-and-brown striped-tissues.
In the press...
« A gem in the Marais, not far from Paris's city hall, Hôtel Bourg Tibourg is a calm hideaway on a quiet street with décor that can only be described as modern oriental baroque »
~THE GUARDIAN TRAVEL UK
« Tout en luxe et raffinement. Une petite perle en plein Marais. »
~GUIDE MICHELIN 2015
« Puisée au creuset de la sophistication, la clientèle féminine confirme "on se croirait dans un film d’Audrey Hepburn". Funny face ou Paris qui pétille ? »
« Planque de charme. En plein quartier du Marais, l’Hôtel Bourg Tibourg est un des spots favoris de la tribu mode. »
« gives you real keys to open the doors to a magical experience in the City of Love »
Exhibitions ideas for your stay
Marche et Démarche, the history of the shoe, Musée des Arts Décoratifs
The Musée des Arts Décoratifs continues to explore the relationship between fashion and body with Marche et démarche, which looks at the form of the shoe. The exhibition looks into the cultural significance of the shoe, an essential item of our daily life. It also explores the different styles of walking from the Middle Ages to the present day and the shoe's influence around the world. Around five-hundred objects, including shoes, paintings, photographs and advertisements will be displayed.
The exhibition was inspired by a shoe that belonged to Marie-Antoinette in 1792. being so small in size, questions arose as to how Marie-Antoinette managed to wear such a shoe. In fact, women from the haute bourgeoisie and aristcrats in the 18th and 19th century wore shoes that were in effect, not made for walking.
From 7th of November 2019 to the 22nd March 2020 at Musée des Arts Décoratifs
For the 500-year anniversary of the demise of Leonardo da Vinci the Louvre is exhibiting a temporary collection. It holds permanently the largest collection in the world of da Vinci’s paintings, as well as 22 drawings as Da Vinci's final days were in France.
In this exciting collection, the core works include : The Virgin of the Rocks, La Belle Ferronnière, the Mona Lisa (which will remain in the gallery where it is normally displayed), the Saint John the Baptist, and the Saint Anne. This is alongside a wide array of drawings as well as a small but significant series of paintings and sculptures from the master’s circle.
This retrospective focuses on de Vinci's investigation of the world, which he referred to as “the science of painting,” ,it has been ten years in the making, including the conservation treatment of some works. The exhibition portrays a man and an artist of extraordinary freedom.
From the 24th October 2019 to the 21st February 2020 at the Louvre
The astounding life of the Maharaja of Indore is the latest exhibition at the Musée des arts décoratifs. This Indian prince had the most important of private collections of Modernist furniture and decorative arts in the world through his extraordinary passion for the avant-garde.
The maharaja was a key figure within the international elite during the 1920s and 1930s as a visionary and patron of the arts. He embraced the European Modernist movement and used new architectural techniques to build his palace in India. Pieces of Modernist icons such as Louis Sognot and Charlotte Alix, Jean Puiforcat, Eileen Gray and Le Corbusier filled his palace.
The the Maharaja of Indore and his pioneering and innovate taste lead to artistic exchanges between Europe and India . Over 500 pieces are presented for the first time in the Central Hall of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs alongside never-before-seen archival materials that document the legacy of the Maharaja and Maharani of Indore.
From 26th September 2019 to 12th January, 2020 at Musée des Arts Décoratifs