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Beauquartier brings together the best of both worlds: the services of high end hotels and the comfort, independance of one's home. Our suites and apartments, located in emblematic neighborhoods are sharply designed, decorated with taste and have the best amenities.

At Beauquartier, we are passionate about our hometown, Paris, and we wish to convey this passion to you. In the apartments, you will find our selection of selected neighbouring restaurants, shops and must see venues. Wether alone or with family, a tourist of a business traveller, our house will be your house.

Our services

Five star bedding, equipped kitchen on demand coffee, natural bath and body products, washer/dryer, fast wifi connection, self check in... everything is included!

five star bedding

Professionnal Cleaning

Self check-in

Conciergerie 24h/24

Fully stocked kitchen

Natural toiletries

Food and Beverage service

Nespresso Machine

On demand video and fast wifi connection


Grands Boulevards District


The Grands Boulevards district is that of the ancient suburbs. Faubourg Montmartre, Poissonière and Saint Denis, these thoroughfares have known since the french revolution the fever of celebration and live performance. At nightfall this commercial heart of Paris beats to the rythm of the first popular balls and café concerts.

Madeleine district

Paris, so chic

Welcome to Paris’s 8th arrondissement, home to the city’s swankiest addresses. Here, the streets are lined with plush boutiques — how about a little something from Chanel, Hermès or Louboutin? Place Vendôme, the premier address for fine jewellers, is just a short stroll away, as is Faubourg Saint-Honoré, where you’ll find couture and prêt-a-porter galore. The Champs-Elysées, the Tuileries, Opéra Garnier, the Louvre... all the icons of French culture are here — and then some. Your discerning taste buds will be tingling with every shop window you pass, from legendary salons de thé and historic restaurants to palatial pâtisseries.

Marais district

The Marais : The Parisian postcard

The Marais is an invitation to a city stroll as each street, each building has its rich and hidden feature. The Marais (swamp in French) was named after a wetland that urbanized by French nobility in the 12th century that built its superb mansions that are typical of the neighborhood. The greatest French authors (Rousseau, Diderot, Grimm, Honoré de Balzac), were regulars patrons of the neighborhood’s cafés. Victor Hugo himself lived 6, place des Vosges and his apartment can be visited.

Quartier Sentier

The Sentier : a great melting pot

In the middle ages, it was said that the Sentier was the most dangerous neighborhood of Paris, so dangerous that the Police did not dare enter. With time the neighborhood became loaded with history. When he moved to Paris, Napoleon Bonaparte lived rue d’Aboukir and Mozart and his mother lived one year Rue du Sentier. Much later, Honoré de Balzac and Louis Ferdinand Céline chose the Sentier as the setting of their masterpieces. In the eighties it became the center of the fabric merchants and then became the center for the new technology companies and is now nicknamed “Silicon Sentier”.

Other quartiers

Soon at Beauquartier

Soon at Beauquartier...

I haven't left my studio in 4 days.
Andy Warhol
I'll be short: I dig it.
Victor hugo
Paris est une fête. With a daiquiri it is an orgy.
Ernest Hemingway
A cure of independence, long live Beauquartier !
Marquis de Lafayette