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Hotels in Paris near Museum Georges Pompidou

Sitting on the city’s upscale Right Bank, Paris’ chic 3rd and 4th arrondissements are known variously as fashion hotspots, cultural melting pots, and magnets for both bohemian joie de vivre and refined luxury. As well as being home to Le Marais—the city’s Jewish Quarter—these elegant and eclectic neighborhoods play host to Paris’ gay district, the largest museum of modern art in Europe, and one of the world’s most stunning cathedrals, Notre Dame de Paris.

Hotels in the 3rd and 4th arrondissements


Accommodation in these centrally located districts is not as expensive as one might expect, and hotel deals in the 3rd and 4th arrondissements allow travelers to snap up terrific rooms at affordable prices. Try Hotel France Louvre or Hôtel de la Bretonnerie, 3-star hotels in Le Marais that offer great rates; if you’re looking to spend a little more, luxury hotels near Notre Dame like Hotel Duo and Hôtel Dupond-Smith are both worth checking out. Alternatively, live like a local in Le Marais - Hotel de Ville Apartments, a top address for self-catering apartments in the 4th arrondissement.

Things to see in the 3rd and 4th arrondissements


The Île de la Cité is where Paris began, and this natural island is now home to the Cathedral of Notre Dame. Go early to beat the crowds and marvel at this tour de force of Gothic architecture before climbing its tower to get a spectacular view of early-morning Paris. For a more radical architectural masterpiece, visit the Centre Pompidou. This contemporary art museum delights millions of visitors annually, as much for its collection of over 50,000 works as for its unique “inside-out” design. Afterwards, take a stroll through the meandering streets of Le Marais, with its dignified buildings and hidden courtyards—an unmissable Parisian experience. Embrace the clichés and take an afternoon picnic, complete with French baguette and cheese, to the picturesque Place des Vosges, the city’s oldest square. Locals and tourists alike come here to eat, chatter, and relax while surrounded by some of Paris’ most beautiful buildings.

Good for shoppers and foodies


These neighborhoods’ charming streets, and the trendy district of Le Marais in particular, are a shopping Mecca. Serious Parisian shoppers can, and do, while away countless afternoons in the avant-garde boutiques around Rue des Rosiers, perhaps pausing for coffee at an artsy café or popping into a museum for a spot of culture. Foodies won’t be disappointed either, with excellent food stores and the famous open-air market around Rue de Bretagne, not to mention the abundance of high-end eateries and more affordable brasseries. And at night, the bars and clubs in Paris’ gay district are some of the city’s most animated.

How to get to the 3rd and 4th arrondissements


Hotels in the 3rd and 4th arrondissements are easily reached from Paris’ airports. From Charles de Gaulle, take the RER B and get off at Châtelet–Les Halles or Saint-Michel–Notre-Dame. Orly passengers can arrive at the same stops by taking the OrlyVal train and changing to the RER at Antony. Taxis and shuttles are also worth considering for larger groups or those arriving at rush hour. Once you’ve arrived at your hotel, these two neighborhoods are well served by the metro, but their charm is best soaked up by exploring on foot.

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