Café de la Poste

    If you really want to experience the localities of Le Marais, it’s best to stick to its Northern side. Specifically: Café de la Poste. Sat towards the top of Rue de Turenne, this… Read more

Comptoir de l’Image

    It’s no secret that Paris is the epicentre of fashion, but there is one secret spot where its inner crowd fleets to for archival material: Comptoir de l’Image. Located on Rue de Sévigné… Read more


    If you didn’t know about Castor-Fleuriste, you’d definitely miss it, because it’s hidden within the realms of a charming courtyard on Rue Debelleyme. For the record, that’s a good thing, because the only… Read more

Musée Picasso

    Craving some serious culture from the 3rd? Musée Picasso is the answer. As you can probably guess from the name, this gallery is dedicated to the life and work of Spanish artist Pablo… Read more

La Galerie de L’instant

    The 3rd is a leading arrondissement for some of Paris’ most stylish galleries. Should your preferred kind be photographic, and should your preferred topic of choice be France’s most stylish icons, we advise… Read more

Stolly’s Stone Bar

    Nestled on a quiet side street just off the central Rue de Rivoli, Stolly’s Stone Bar is the place to go for a beer among Paris’ hippest locals. It’s only small inside, but… Read more

Soho House

  Ok, so this one technically isn’t open yet, but its arrival is imminent and the anticipation for it is high, so we’re highlighting it for when the time comes. With existing hubs pretty much… Read more

Le Pigalle Hotel

    A short walking distance down from Pigalle station sits Le Pigalle Hotel, AKA: the favoured temporary residence for Paris’ most stylish visitors. Playing host to languid rooms (offered at a respectful price point),… Read more

Hotel Amour

    They say not to judge a book by its cover, but as you walk down the 9th’s Rue de Navarin, you can’t help but be drawn in by the luminous pink “amour” sign… Read more