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We love Marais (by hotelmarais.com) immerses you in the trendy Marais district, where history meets fashion, and where there is a lively spirit full of unique eccentricities. We love Marais will help you to discover the best hotels, along with the district’s restaurants, its exceptional and unusual bars and its museums, art, architecture, gardens and beautiful boutiques.

We love Marais takes you into the Jewish Quarter of the Marais with its history and its unique and multicultural atmosphere.

We love Marais, will also guide “gay-friendly” visitors to those little-known addresses…

The Golden Age of the Marais district began in 1605 when Henry IV decided to build what is now the Place des Vosges, (formerly the Place Royale). The area then became the residence of the Parisian nobility who built many mansions which remain standing to this day.

Today, located in part of the 3rd and 4th arrondissements of Paris (the Right Bank or Rive Droite), the heart of the Marais district is bounded by the Rue des Archives, the Rue de Rivoli, the Rue des Francs Bourgeois and the Rue Saint Antoine.

Over time the Marais district has evolved while retaining its unique character: it is as much the historic Jewish quarter of Paris as it is the district of beautiful mansions, made unmissable by the narrow streets which have become pedestrianized over time. Today it is the heart of Paris’ gay scene.

Known worldwide, Le Marais, is both popular and bourgeois and is enlivened by the presence of artisans who ply their trade alongside luxury boutiques and numerous restaurants from bistros to gourmet establishments.  There are also chic hotels, boutique hotels charming hotels and budget hotels, while art galleries stand beside museums.

Last but not least, Le Marais is full of green spaces in the heart of Paris.

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