Sleep Well in Paris at a New Hotel in Le Marais

Try out a ‘Dream Menu’ at a new hotel in Paris and sleep well on your business trip

La Chambre du Marais is a new hotel located in the heart of the French capital which is said to offer guests an intimate home away from home accommodation experience.

This 18th century Parisian town house has recently been transformed into a glamorous four star hotel by the sought-after French interior designer and architect, Philippe Jégou.

Mr Jégou has used velvet fabrics, luxury trimmings and warm color palettes throughout this venue and worked alongside the architect, Aurore Vachette – who helped style the prestigious Shard in London.

La Chambre du Marais Paris velvets

La Chambre du Marais is located in the 3rd arrondissement and the historical Marais district which is home to an array of chic Parisian shops and art galleries.

Place de la Republique, The Picasso Museum and the Pompidou center are also just a short walk away.

The entrance of La Chambre du Marais in Paris

To maximize comfort and enjoyment for its guests the hotel’s friendly concierge team is on hand to book tickets and organize airport transfers.

A personal Paris city guide is also available for any extra assistance that may be needed.

A ‘Dream Menu’ provides something special for guests at La Chambre du Marais and is said to help promote a good nights’ sleep.

This interesting menu includes a choice of three pillows (Thermoregulator, Serenity and Naturel Duck Prestige), a relaxation mask, a Kindle and various stress relieving herbal teas.

Otherwise, a Dodow (a luminous metronome) is available in each room. This gadget is said to help guests fall asleep within 20 minutes by diffusing a blue light which alternates in strength.

The 19 guest rooms at this city hotel are set over five floors. Doubles, superior twins, deluxe doubles, junior and deluxe suites have individual names and unique color schemes.

Guestroom view at La Chambre du Marais in Paris

The Double Room may better suit single night stays and includes a private bathroom with shower, a flat screen TV and nourishing Clarins skincare products.

The Deluxe Suite Residence is larger and offers a queen size bed, living room (including a work area) and a bathroom. There are also two flat-screen TVs, high speed internet access, fruit baskets and nutritional snacks.

By booking the Deluxe Suite Residence guests can enjoy complimentary airport transfers, the Dream Menu and a garment pressing service where up to three items can be ironed.

The Deluxe Suite at La Chambre du Marais

For drinks during the evenings the Bar De Le Veuve is open until 2am. This venue is said to have a relaxing atmosphere with comfortable seating and a live DJ.

La Chambre du Marais opened this summer and has formed select partnerships with various luxury brands across France. These include collaborations with Maison Veuve Cliquot whereby clientele at Bar De La Veuve can enjoy a  glass of classic French Champagne.

The hotel’s ‘Blue Candle’ line is by the leading perfumier, Pierre Guillaume and effuses a wood, spice and floral scent which works well alongside the hotel’s decor and ambience.

Luxury furnishings have been created using fabrics by the high-end upholstery brand, Lelièvre, who have supplied the Chateau de Versailles, the Bellagio in Las Vegas and the Presidential Palace in Abu Dhabi.

La Chambre du Marais luxury guestrooms

Breakfasts at La Chambre du Marais are served in the lobby and can also be  ordered via room service. Fresh pastries and condiments are delivered each morning from a local Parisian delicatessen and a premium bakery that’s nearby.

Breakfast service at La Chambre du Marais in Paris

Photography courtesy of La Chambre du Marais