The Marais : The Parisian postcard
Another peculiarity of the Marais is that it was never in the scope of the great urban plan of the baron Haussmann, and thus the middle aged architecture, the alleys and the tilted buildings have been preserved. Since the 1960s the Marais has been renovated and is now the most though after neighborhood for Parisians and tourists alike. Beauquartier had to have its apartments there.
Most mansions are now world class museums, (musée Picasso, musée Carnavalet, Archives Nationales…). The Marais is also filled with fashionable clothing stores, concept stores and superb restaurants and cafés. The Jewish community has also settled around the rue des Rosiers and we recommend trying out its numerous delis. There also a number of bars, clubs and gay-friendly stores that make the Marais France’s largest gay neighborhood.
The Beauquartier Marais residence has four apartments and is located in a building that predates the national archives. The newly refurbished apartments are ideally located to discover the oldest neighborhood of Paris and the surprises it has to offer.