This cinema specialist for Les Inrocks and Marie-Claire, a journalist for the Le Cercle show on Canal +, she has selected 50 movies especially for Maison Breguet for those mornings when you don’t want to get out of bed…
A five-star Hotel in a district with bistros, craftsmen, and local heritage fruit and vegetable markets where those who have come to visit Paris can find the authenticity they are seeking.
A café is the best place to meet people. That’s where, about ten years ago, David met Marco at Racines, one of his restaurants. Marco then worked with the Daft Punk group, and like all Italians, he loved coffee. “I could find venues, I could find Chefs. But I could never find my double,” said David Lanher. He decided to open a restaurant, then another one. Marco recognises his customers, also knows how to welcome people, pays for drinks for regular clients and can finish David’s sentences.
Maison Breguet is located on the Right Bank, in the east of Paris. Its soul and charm are both intact.
Baby-sitters, colouring books, highchairs, bottle warmers, changing mats, baby beds, strollers and babyphones, our House has everything you need when you’re coming with your kids (even special nappies for the pool!)
Swim a few lengths in our pool, take a sauna, a Turkish bath, or go to the gym. Take a true break in the heart of the city
53 large rooms where you feel like you’re at home. Suites for those who like a lot of room. Communicating rooms for families. Rooms with patios where you can have a drink in the evening in the summer as well as an individual house with three rooms and a garden.
Charlotte Balme has selected products for Parisians, but also for the guests staying at Maison Breguet. Sloan pyjamas, soft and impossible to find in France, jewellery made by Camille Demoustier, romantic undergarments made by Henriette H, sake made by Phoenix Group, ceramics made by the potter, Marion Graux, special items sold at Design & Nature, sweatshirts for cool children, tee-shirts for travellers by My Travel Dreams.
Aude Walker wrote two novels, “Saloon” (Denoël, 2008) and “Un Homme Jetable” (Editions du Moteur, 2012). She is the editor of Sylist magazine.
Close to the Marais district and its art galleries, its retail clothing shops, trendy restaurants, our Hotel is a secondary home to travellers from all over the world, to those who love culture, fashion, and adventures. People come here from all over the capital to have dinner with friends, enjoy a cocktail, have business meetings, listen to music, or even write their next novel. People are used to this place. Because it’s just like a true House, warm and welcoming, iconoclastic, full of discrete and caring attentions.
Come a try one of our eight exclusive cocktails created by Nicolas De Soto, the king of mixology and the world’s best bartender in 2014.
The Maison Breguet is the home to David Lanher’s new restaurant.
We very much enjoyed our stay recently. We had 2 adjoining rooms for a family of 4. The shower and bath amenities were top notch and the beds very comfortable. Everything was very clean. The sound-proofing was very good and we didn’t hear anything outside when the window was closed. The front desk staff were helpful and spoke English when… More
Every Sunday we have brunch from 12:00 until 15:30, with pancakes, home-made granola, and other treats.
Hello, We warmly thank you for your comment on your stay at our hotel. We couldn’t hope for a better return on your part and thank you for sharing this with our next customers. The whole team of the hotel is delighted that you have had a pleasant stay and especially appreciated the comfort and calm of your room, the… More
Maison Breguet has a menu of eight exclusive cocktails created by Nicolas De Soto, elected as the world’s best bartender in 2014.
Our friends come and go at our House. Friends of Maison Breguet will give you the keys to the Paris that they love, whilst sharing their best picks of the moment.
Maison Breguet was born when Samuel Gelrubin and Brice Errera met; these two young entrepreneurs had formerly worked in developing and promoting Parisian real estate. Both loved taking risks and adventures and they both decided to open a five-star boutique hotel, in the 11th district of Paris, an extraordinary feat. It took them over three years to transform this former industrial site where washing machines were produced into a true place to live, where the remarkable work of many artisans (cabinetmakers, iron workers, floorers), as well as the English architecture of the Sagrada agency, and the services of staff members who do their utmost to satisfy the whims of tourists and Parisians, all live together in a joyful harmony.