Marais Rooftop – Paris

Live like a Parisian…

map-icon Paris, 4th district – France


1950 square feet penthouse duplex with rooftop terrasse
Marais/ Bastille location
3 bedrooms (6 guests max)
2 baths
From 700€ per night


Located in the Bastille area, steps from the Marais neighborhood, the Place des Vosges, the Picasso Museum, 10mn walk from the center of Paris, accross the bridge from Ile Saint Louis. This location is an excellent choice for guests wanting to explore the Marais, stay in a lively neighborhood with lots of trendy bars, shops and restaurants, art galleries, design shops and Parisian lifestyle.

Three-bedroom penthouse toped by a rare rooftop terrace. Artful details find their way into every room: Curving, serpentine walls. An antique horse from an 18th century carousel. A chrome-and-blonde-wood kitchen that flows into an open dining area, complete with art-deco table.

And, with a glimmer of magic, an octagonal porthole—like something dreamed up by Jules Verne—opens onto the rooftop terrace. Dine, lounge, and gaze at the Parisian charming rooftops.


  • A maid is available 4 hours daily
  • Additional services such as personal chauffeur service, a private chef, or prepared breakfasts are also available on demand
  • Elevator access
  • Air Conditioning in Master & 2nd Bedroom
  • Complimentary high-speed Internet WiFi
  • Flat screen cable TV
  • Free outgoing calls to several countries, including the US, Canada and Australia
  • Fully equipped open gourmet kitchen, featuring a ceramic cook-top, large fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave and oven, and Nespresso coffee maker
  • Queen size Bed in Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom with tub, walk-in shower & double sinks
  • Queen Size Bed in 2nd bedroom can be converted in 2 singles
  • Single bed with tuck away trundle in 3rd bedroom
  • Bathroom for bedroom 2 & 3 with tub, double sinks
  • Additional guest bathroom in the entrance


To book any of the properties, please contact your travel advisor


Phone : +33 6 48 08 50 02
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