The 4th arrondissement of Paris is certainly one of the most interesting of the right bank by its location and the large range of attractions it offers.
The quarter of the Marais covers a large part of this arrondissement. Since 90', it is known for being a gay district and one of the consequences was the development of pubs, restaurants and fashion boutiques.
The Ile de la Cité where Notre-Dame cathedral stands and the Ile Saint-Louis form the south part of the 4th arrondissement of Paris. Near the Seine river, you will find the Hotel de Ville (City House) whose the square is frequently the spot of artistic or sport exhibitions. In the same area, the Bazar de l'Hotel de Ville is one of the most famous department stores in Paris.
More on the north, on the west side, the Centre National d'Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou (Centre Beaubourg) is dedicated to modern and contemporary art. It houses the Musee National d'Art Moderne, one of the largest public library, galleries,...
At the east side of the 4th district, the place des Vosges is the oldest square of Paris. It is a large garden with housefronts all around which are all built of red brick with stripes of stones. A place where many people come to stroll during sunny days. The Bastille place marks the est end of the 4th arrondissement. It is known to be very lively especially when the evening comes.
The discovery of the 4th arrondissement of Paris can take by itself one week on your stay as it is so various. By staying in a hotel of this area, you are at the heart of Paris and can access to many attractive locations just on foot.
Heart of Paris Hotels has tested and selected a few hotels in the 4th arrondissement. Hotels in this district use to have a lot of charm and their owners have shown that they can develop a good taste to be in harmony with the area. Regarding prices, we have decided to show you the best offers for your stay.