Cityguide Paris

“Although there are many discussions, I definitely get why people call Paris the ‘city of love’. The city is magical. With her beautiful architecture, café culture and dreamy atmosphere. Wandering around for hours passing by the famous Louvre, Eiffel and Sacré-Cœur. Our love affair found place in neighbourhoods as Le Marais and Montmartre with many hotspots to check out. We visited some of these places for our Cityguide Paris. Hope you like it!” Yours Truly

 Liberte 

Libertè is a Saint Martin which you will immediately recognize for its industrial look and the smell of their delicious pastries. This place took my heart. Concrete walls, marble counter and white-tiled floor. Make sure you try the traditional chocolate bread. If it’s sunny, take your order with you and enjoy it at the canal around the corner for a little picknick.

39 Rue des Vinaigriers

Been there, done that:
www.boringthngs.com/liberte


Boot Cafe

Shoe-boxed sized café in Le Marais serving exceptional coffee and baked goods. There’s limited seating but as it’s written on the window ‘this coffee is made for walking,’ making it the perfect caffeine pit stop whilst exploring Paris.

Information:
19 Rue du pont aux choux
75003 Paris


Hotel Adèle & Jules

Hôtel Adèle & Jules Paris, a beautiful hotel in a perfect location. Boringthngs tried & tested this hotel and we can’t wait to go back!

2 et 4bis Cité Rougemont
www.hoteladelejules.com

Been there, done that:
www.boringthngs.com/hotel-adele-jules

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The Hoxton

The Hox Paris is a 18th century residence in the 2nd arrondissement. As being the biggest of The Hoxton chain, the hotel offers two gardens, a French inspired restaurant, a cocktail bar named after Jacques Majorelle and a breathtaking lobby.

30-32 Rue du Sentier

Been there, done that:
www.boringthngs.com/the-hoxton-paris


C.o.Q. Hotel

C.O.Q. Hotel, abbreviation of Community of Quality, is a 50-room boutique hotel in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. The name stands for French creativity in a laid-back, guesthouse atmosphere where guests can pour themselves a glass of French red wine while watching a movie or reading on of the books in the multi-room lounge.

15 Rue Edouard Manet

Been there, done that:
www.boringthngs.com/coq-hotel


Pain Pain

On your way to Montmartre, at the end of Rue des Martyrs, you will find a bright blue bakery with a queue from one door to the other. Go for the pistachio roll and a classic baguette. Always a winner.

88 Rue des Martyrs

Been there, done that:
www.boringthngs.com/pain-pain


Ober Mamma

Huge Italian restaurant in La Marais with a great vibe. They don’t do reservations. Make sure you be there around 6-7 PM and get your name on the list for later that night. Order the burrata and white pizza as a starter. Feel free to order whatever you like as a main dish since everything on the menu is worth trying.

107 Boulevard Richard Lenoir
www.bigmammagroup.com/ober-mamma


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Daroco

Cathedral-like heights, mirrored ceilings and beautiful details like green marble, waiters dressed in stripes. Enjoy a delicious Italian meal in style!

Information:
6 Rue Vivienne
www.daroco.fr

Been there, done that:
www.boringthngs.com/daroco-paris

 

 


La Crème de Paris

If you visit Paris, you eat crepes. This place is located around the corner of Hotel Adèle & Jules and The Hoxton offers them as take-away or you get a table.

4 Rue du Faubourg Montmartre

Been there, done that:
www.boringthngs.com/la-creme-de-paris

La Crème de Paris

The Broken Arm

Quiet place for a coffee or lunch in front of the park where Parisiens are enjoying the sun. You can do the same once done sipping your drink.

12 Rue Perrée