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Paris Hotels

Hôtel Bourg Tibourg

Pros

  • In the heart of the trendy Marais
  • Moderate prices
  • Great nightlife district

Cons

  • Rooms are small, poorly lit, and ill equipped for those with large suitcases
  • No hotel restaurant
  • Lounge area gets crowded

Updated 02/19/2014

Fodor's Review

Scented candles and subdued lighting announce the blend of romance and contemplation designer-du-jour Jacques Garcia brought to the Hôtel Bourg Tibourg. A pocket garden has room for three tables, leafy plants, and a swath of stars above. Rooms are barely bigger than the beds, and every inch has been upholstered, tasseled, and draped in a cacophony of stripes, florals, and medieval motifs. Free Wi-Fi, loaner iPads, and flatscreen TVs are among the creature comforts. Royal-blue

walls and red velvet line the claustrophobic halls, and Byzantine alcoves hold mosaic-tile tubs.

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Hotel Information

Address:

19 rue Bourg Tibourg, 4e, Paris, 75004, France

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Phone:

/01–42–78–47–39

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 29 rooms, 1 suite
  • Breakfast

Updated 02/19/2014

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May 29, 2009

Beautiful hotel, beautiful location

Love this place. The rooms are small but that is common. Gio was extremely friendly and helpful. Can't wait to come back.

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Dec 5, 2007

Perfect, under certain circumstances

We just spent a night at the Hotel Bourg-Tibourg and loved it. It is, however, not for every traveler. On the plus side: the neighborhood is charming and central but not noisy, the bed was large and comfortable (and NOT one of those wretched 2 twins pushed together to be a pseudo-king!), the bathroom was plush and well-appointed, the breakfast was superb, the room and hotel in general were lovely, and the service was friendly. On the negative side:

the rooms are too small for anyone with more than one small suitcase, our tub was tucked into a nook so the shower was hand-held, and the rooms are not designed for a traveler who needs a desk -- basically, there's a bed and a TV and that's it. I believe that the previous reviewer with a lighting problem may not have realized that the non-mood light is on a complicated, European dimmer -- took me a while to figure out, but when I did, I had the opportunity to make the room dazzlingly bright -- no problem. In any event, the hotel was perfect for our needs -- pleasure travelers with only a small suitcase.

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By Walter

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Apr 29, 2006

Beware!!!

Beware of this property! I am a seasoned traveler--and usually believe the Red Michelin Guide when it rates a property in red (even a "simple" property such as the Bourg Tibourg). In this case Michelin really got it wrong. The hotel has been overdesigned to the point that there is no lighting in the rooms. I checked in after 4p in January and, with daylight still and a room facing the street--and with all lights on in the room--I had trouble seeing

to unpack. As it grew darker outside, the lighting got worse. One could not see to walk across the floor. There was no hope of reading; and I could not even see the keyboard on my computer. In addition, the "deluxe" room doesn't even have a chair--just a very uncomfortable low, small footstool. I called the manager and told her I was checking out. She first insisted on charging me for one night, but when I told her that, if she did, I would contest the charge, she backed down. I would not recommend the Bourg Tibourg to anyone. I moved to the Westin (the old Intercontinental) which had great lighting--and lots of room.

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By helen

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Jul 20, 2005

they wait on your every whim

excellent , chic, stylish, and quiet yet a stones throw from the action

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