The name is so well-known that we end up forgetting for what. 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. Few other areas can boast being delineated by The Pompidou Center, the Picasso Museum, and the Carreau du Temple, or to have equal numbers of art galleries and fashionable boutiques, where bookshops are nestled between restaurants and legendary cafés.
Here all types of places cheerfully coexist. Especially since André Malraux made it the first historical sector to be protected by national historical monument status in 1964. Ever since, the Marais has conserved its traditions and the beauty of its history, of which its buildings are a testament, with a winks to modernity. The perfect definition of the Bourg Tibourg Hotel.