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Maison Bréguet

A hotel with a spa in a neighborhood of popular bistros, artisans and forgotten vegetable vendors, or the perfect "grand écart" for travelers in Paris seeking authenticity and genuine experiences.

A 5-star hotel that feels like home

It's a house on the Right Bank, in a part of eastern Paris. The charm remains intact, as does its soul...

Close to the Marais district and its art galleries, trendy boutiques and restaurants, the hotel is the second home of world travelers and lovers of culture, fashion and adventure. An antechamber to the capital, people also come here to dine with friends, have a drink, make business appointments, listen to music or write their latest novel. It's a place of habit. Because it's a real Maison, warm, welcoming and iconoclastic, rich in discreet and benevolent attentions.

History of a typical Parisian hotel

Maison Bréguet was born of the meeting of Samuel Gelrubin and Brice Errera, two young entrepreneurs who had previously been more involved in the development and promotion of Parisian real estate than in hospitality. With their taste for risk and adventure, they set themselves the crazy challenge of opening a 5-star boutique hotel in the 11th arrondissement. It took them a good three years to transform this former laundry machine factory into a veritable living space, where the remarkable work of numerous craftsmen (cabinetmakers, ironmongers, floor painters), the daring tastes of the English architectural studio Sagrada, and the sparkling, meticulous service of an attentive staff coexist for a clientele of tourists and Parisians alike.