Bonne Nuit: 7 Quintessentially Parisian Airbnbs in Le Marais

The best sleeps in Paris’s most fashionable neighbourhood

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Once the haunt of the French aristocracy, today Le Marais is one of Parisโ€™s most vibrant neighbourhoods. Its narrow streets and historic buildings are now filled with boutiques, museums, and enticing eateries. With many of the cityโ€™s major sights and hidden gems within touching distance, Le Marais is the ideal base for any Parisian explorer. Find the best Airbnbs in the neighbourhood below.

1. Artistโ€™s Studio

Live the Parisian dream in this petite artist’s studio flat. Located off a quiet cobbled street in a peaceful courtyard, this Airbnb is the perfect escape from the busy city. Inside the apartment has been filled with beautiful fabrics and modern fittings, including statement lighting. The recently renovated bathroom provides a slice of luxury for indulgent post-day trip showers. Some of the original features of the historic building have also been preserved, encapsulating the spirit of Le Marais.ย 

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2. Au Natural

Filled with natural light and elegant furniture, this apartment is Le Maraisโ€™s most soothing retreat. Located in an 18th century building, it offers views down onto a charming street filled with cafes, perfect for a morning coffee. Itโ€™s conveniently close to the metro too, so youโ€™ll be able to reach all of Parisโ€™s attractions hassle free. Exposed beams, a king size bed, and highly instagrammable mirrors complete this apartmentโ€™s effortless chic.ย 

Living room of the apartment

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3. 1960s Chic

With views across the rooftops of Le Marais, this apartment is just a few minutes walk from the Seine and Notre Dame. Its red, white, and blue colour scheme harks back to 1960s Parisian chic, as do some key pieces of furniture. While thereโ€™s a fully fitted kitchen, this apartment is nearby to some of Le Maraisโ€™s most vibrant restaurants and bars. Forget to pack a book? Never fear, here thereโ€™s a number of floor to ceiling shelves packed with books to suit every taste.ย ย 

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4. Romantic Retreat

The City of Loveโ€™s most romantic retreat is hidden away on an otherwise unassuming Le Marais street. Set partly within medieval stone vaults, this four bed apartment is packed with charming period features. Upstairs light-filled bedrooms are fitted with the highest quality linen, perfect for curling up in after a busy day sightseeing, or wash off the day in the quirky rock-roofed shower. Head downstairs into the stone vaulted kitchen and dining room, a space thatโ€™s the perfect marriage of history of modernity.

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5. Bookloverโ€™s Hideaway

Climb up to this inviting attic to curl up with a good book. If youโ€™re looking for exposed beam charm, then this is the apartment for you. The book-themed wallpaper gives the space cosy library vibes, ideal for wintry Parisian evenings. Complimented by a modern kitchen and bathroom, this hideaway is a perfect mix of old and new. Itโ€™s right next to the Picasso Museumโ€™s gardens too, so getting your dose of culture will be a breeze.ย ย 

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6. Rock & Roll

This unique apartment makes the most of the often quirky features of Le Maraisโ€™s historic buildings. Stone clad walls, exposed beams, and a settee raised on a rocky platform make this an unforgettable stay. These old world features are joined by all the mod cons, including a sleek kitchen diner. The living room even comes with its own in-built planter, complete with a mini tree. Head to this Airbnb for a secluded city getaway.ย ย 

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7. Industrial Charm

Fully renovated by an architect, this first-floor apartment offers an industrial alternative to Le Maraisโ€™s historic buildings. The classic stone walls of this Parisian neighbourhood are joined with exposed pipes and factory-style windows. Itโ€™s a short walk from the Place des Vosges, which was one of the most fashionable and expensive locations in 18th century Le Marais. After a long day of exploring this historic area curl up with one of the apartmentโ€™s complimentary books or sink into the generous bed.ย ย ย ย ย 

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