Les3chambres

  • Location: City
    The covered passages of the 19th century: 10 mins walk
    Montmartre and the Basilique of the Sacré Coeur: 10 mins walk
    Louvre Museum: 20 mins walk
    Opera district and Galeries Lafayette: 10 mins walk
  • Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle Airport (CDG): 45 min by public transport
    Paris-Orly Airport (ORY): 1h by public transport
    Good public transport
    Paid parking

With only 3 rooms, there is an intimate atmosphere. It feels like your own private home in Paris.
Laurent is a gracious host and he is happy to show you his personal favourite spots in Paris.
In the heart of a very Parisian neighborhood with a choice of small restaurants and bistros.
Apartment in a 1830 building with a cosy chic atmosphere of a cabinet de curiosités.

With only 3 rooms, space is limited. So book early to avoid disappointment.
Les3chambres is located on the 3rd floor, so you need to conquer some steps.

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An introduction to Les3chambres

How would you describe les3chambres in a nutshell?

Les 3 Chambres is a very cozy and chic Bed and Breakfast with only three beautiful rooms in my 1830s Paris apartment located near Montmartre and the Opera in the heart of Paris.

What was your inspiration to open a small Bed and Breakfast?

It’s a dream I’ve had for 25 years. I was working in communications at one point, and then as a lamp artist in Paris. A few years ago I had the chance to buy a big apartment in a typical Parisian building from the 1830s and I decided to open it up as a small Bed and Breakfast two years ago.

Please tell us about the interior design and the atmosphere in the B&B.

Since I already had designed lamps and fixtures before, I had the background for making decorations and working with colors and antiques, so I was able to do the interior design myself.

The apartment is from the Napoleon III era, so I kept all the original spaces, moldings, fireplaces, and wood floors. I collected a lot of furniture, antiques and paintings from our travels over the years and created a very Parisian atmosphere.

Chambre 3
Les 3 Chambres lounge area
Turquoise lounge library
Breakfast
Chambre 1
Chambre 2
Chambre 2
Turquoise lounge library
Les 3 Chambres

Les3chambres rooms & rates

Each of our three rooms in the B&B is decorated differently, they all have their own en suite bathroom, high quality bedding, a TV, WiFi and a courtesy tray with an espresso machine for coffee, a kettle for tea, etc.

My guests have access to a common turquoise lounge library with a sofa and relaxing armchairs for my guests where they can sit and read our books, magazines and brochures, have a glass of wine or meet with the other guests. I also serve our delicious breakfast at the large table in the lounge area every morning. My partner and I are living in a separated area of the apartment, so I am always there in the morning to help our guests with anything they may need.

It’s like being in a luxury hotel with luxurious services, but there are only three rooms in an intimate atmosphere, so it feels like your own private home in Paris. I’ve had many repeat guests because of that.

  • Chambre 1 for 2 people / 14 m²
    189 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)

    Chambre 1 welcomes you with a light and harmonious atmosphere in shades of copper and orange. There is a table by Stark, Hitchcock lamps from the 1950s, Elitis washed-velvet cushions and Cole & Son wallpapers.

    La1chambre with an en-suite bathroom with shower is on the inner courtyard side of the residence, very quiet and cool in summer.

    There is a TV, Nespresso coffee machine, electric kettle for herbal and Kusmi teas, in-room safe, WiFi, hairdryer and Aesop toiletries.

  • Chambre 2 for 2 people / 19 m²
    189 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)

    Chambre 2 welcomes you with its hushed atmosphere in shades of eggplant and saffron yellow. Bedside tables by Stark, Artemide lamps, Elitis washed-velvet cushions and Fornasetti wallpaper.

    The room comes with a queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom with shower.

    There is a TV, Nespresso coffee machine, electric kettle for herbal and Kusmi teas, in-room safe, WiFi, hairdryer and Aesop toiletries.

  • Chambre 3 for 2 people / 12 m²
    189 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)

    Chambre 3, a south-facing light room, welcomes you in a cozy atmosphere in warm shades of Gustavian blue, decorated with original photos of Paris. Arne Jacobsen lamps, Elitis washed-velvet cushions and Cole & Son wallpaper.

    The room comes with a queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom with shower. It is the smallest of the bedrooms, ideal for a person traveling alone or a couple for a short stay.

    There is a TV, Nespresso coffee machine, electric kettle for herbal and Kusmi teas, in-room safe, WiFi, hairdryer and Aesop toiletries.

Included in the rates
Rates include a French-style breakfast served in the turquoise library lounge, daily housekeeping, Aesop toiletries and a courtesy tray with a Nespresso coffee machine and an electric kettle for Dammann Tea.
Extra charges payable at the property
Tourist Tax EUR 1/person/night charged separately at the B&B.
Children & Extra beds
This is an adults-only place. There is no space for extra cots or beds.
Minimum stay
1 nights
Check in time
after 17:00
Check out time
before 11:00
Closed August

Facilities & services

  • WiFi
  • Maid service
  • Concierge service
  • TV
  • Not suitable for children
  • Music system
  • Central heating
  • Iron & Board
  • Safe box
  • Hair dryer

As soon as a guest books a room, I begin to prepare their stay in terms of what they want to do or see. I have created an app our guests can download with my recommendations of all the restaurants I like, the main sights and museums, little shops etc. So before our guests arrive for their holiday I can already make reservations at restaurants, buy tickets for a museum etc. And I also always print out our Les 3 Chambres map for each guest with our recommendation of two beautiful walks through Paris. I am always here to assist them, before or during their stay.

Things to do in Paris

  • Art / Culture
  • Shopping / Markets
  • Night life
  • Boat trips

The covered passages because most of my guests don’t know these passages exist. There are a lot of covered passages or tunnels in Paris. And next to Les 3 Chambres we have 4 covered passages that take you directly to the Louvre, you can get to many places through these passages. I offer my guests a map of these tunnels and which ones to take to get to specific places.

There are also some great museums in Paris to see that aren't well known by the tourists, like the Musée Nissim de Camondo museum on the Parc Monceau in the 17th District, and there is the Cognacq-Jay museum in the Marais, and the Jacquemart-André museum next to the Arc de Triomphe. Those little museums are former hôtel particuliers in Paris from the 17th through 19th centuries that were transformed into museums. They're very interesting.

Les3chambres reviews

5 of 5 stars
Verfied Welcome Beyond stay
We had a wonderful stay at les3chambres! First, there is the practical reason: the location! You can pretty much walk to any of the major sights: 10 minutes from Gare de l”est where the TGV arrives, 25 minutes to Centre Pompidou past many beautiful cafés, 30 minutes to the Louvre and 15 minutes to Sacre Coer. And if you want to take the metro, it's just 2 minutes away.But that only describes the location. The best thing about les3chambres was our host Laurent and his incredibly beautiful apartment. Every little detail (and there are many!) is perfect. The wallpaper, the colours, the decoration... You can see the passion Laurent has put into the apartment. And the delicious, mostly homemade breakfast was the perfect start to our days exploring Paris.
Walter P. (Germany)
stayed at les3chambres in March 2017
5 of 5 stars
Verfied Welcome Beyond stay
Very good stay. Charming and very clean, presented with a very personal proprietorial touch. Nice ambience, good room size, good hanging space, nice bathroom and toiletries, excellent breakfast and plenty of good local information volunteered should you want it. This is great hospitality, served in comfort in a very pleasant and well located district of Paris.
Saul B. (UK)
stayed at les3chambres in December 2016
5 of 5 stars
Verfied Welcome Beyond stay
Les3chambres - Paris! Perfectly located between the 9th and 10th arrondissment, Les3chambres is arguably Paris” best kept secret. This stunning Parisian apartment from the 1830s is truly unique in beauty and charm. Laurent”s magnificent sense of aesthetics brings together elements of Madeleine Castaing”s legendary interiors and Napoleon III era with his self-designed lamps and textiles. His attention to details, warm welcome and the exceptionally homely feeling of his house made my stay here authentic and memorable. If hospitality is an art, Laurent should be its Muse. I will go back. And, obviously, thank you Welcome Beyond!!
Francesco P. (USA)
stayed at les3chambres in January 2016

The location of Les3chambres

We are very well located in the center of Paris in the 9th District. Paris is very small, so almost everything is within walking distance. We are a 10-minute walk from the Montmartre area and within a 30-minute walk from the Louvre. We are very close to the Opera District, which is only 10 mins away. And if you cross the Seine, you are in the Latin quarter.

Les 3 Chambres is located in a residential area that’s like a little village. It’s not touristic like if you were close to the Louvre or the Eiffel Tower, many of my guests say they feel like real Parisians in the area. It's safe and very quiet, and you’re surrounded by historical buildings.

I have a list of 30-some restaurants in Paris, most of which are around the Les 3 Chambres. These are little bistros that offer mainly French cuisine. And I also recommend a daily Parisian market where guests can get fresh produce, local cheeses and wines. I buy the breakfast products for our breakfast there.

When is the best time to visit Paris?

I recommend May and June, as well as September and October. Those are the best months. I strongly suggest people to avoid August. Most places are closed in August, so it’s not a very interesting period. And we are closed in August as well.

Paris is also nice around Christmas. And April is nice as well. The weather is good from April through June, and September, October.