Hôtel Le Marianne
What We Love
- Top location, a five-minute stroll from the Champs-Elysées and less than 30 from the Eiffel Tower
- The cozy honesty bar serves an edited selection of French wines
- Contemporary artwork is featured throughout the hotel
- The petite spa includes a gym, a steam room and massage rooms
What To Know
- A peaceful retreat but a heart-of-the-action location
- A true boutique with just 31 guestrooms
- There's no restaurant, but breakfast is served daily
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
This chic retreat in the 8th Arrondissement, a five-minute stroll from the Champs-Elysées, is a stylish collaboration between architect Vincent Bastie and interior designer Charles Zana. Bringing together a Haussmann-era building, Italian-style furniture and contemporary works of art, this sophisticated sleep has an intimate vibe. From the lobby to the guestrooms, sober shades of anthracite, celadon and white are punctuated by flashes of mustard and petrol-blue.
Bed and Bath
A true boutique, the property has just 31 guestrooms, and they combine comfort and contemporary design. The large beds are backed with headboards in striped, pointillist or diamond motifs into which the bedside reading lamps are set. Each room features a low velvet armchair, practical desk space, a flat-screen TV and airplay technology. The gray marble bathrooms have large Italian-style rainfall showers with gorgeous accessories from Pascal Morabito.
The service is both personalized and prompt at this intimate property. There’s no restaurant, but breakfast (continental and cooked options) is served in a cozy room that opens onto a small and leafy terrace, and there’s an honesty bar and a small reading room next to the central fireplace on the ground floor. The basement is home to a wellness center with a gym, a steam room and massage rooms.
In the Area
In the heart of the 8th Arrondissement, the hotel is ideally located for shopping and culture. Check out the designer boutiques along Avenue Montaigne. The world’s most famous museum, the Louvre, is a short walk from the hotel. Strategize ahead of time to avoid being overwhelmed by the volume of impressive art on display. At the Tuileries Gardens, watch beautifully dressed children sail miniature yachts on the ponds. If your French is up to snuff, catch a show at the nearby Théâtre du Palais-Royal.
How to Get There
Great hotel on a great location. The staff was professional and kindly. The breakfast was delicious and plenty of food. (fresh squizzed orange juice and greapfruit, croasan, bagette. We will for sure come back.
We enjoyed staying at Le Marrianne Hotel a lot!
The room was clean, the bed was huge and the staff was nice.
Breakfast couldve had a bit more selection but everything on offer was delicious.
Would certainly go here again if we are ever back in Paris.
I travel often to Paris but never happened to me such a bad experience with a hotel.
1; We booked a car from hotel to be picked up on the train station . We called hotel one day before to check if all is ok with car and they confirmed it was. When we arrived to the station no car was there waiting for us and when we call to the hotel they said there was no car booking....
2; rooms - even we booked a superior room space was so small we couldn’t move, there was no space for luggages, it was impossible to hang a coat... also the bathroom was incredible small ... it was impossible to enjoy the stay.
3; position - near Champs-Elysees but not in nice part, streets were dirty around and there was a club nearby with people screaming all night
4; my branded (la Perla) baby-doll disappeared- after first room cleaning service I didn’t find it anymore. Receptionist asked me if I’m sure that I really had it!!!
5. They wanted to charge us a bottle of Champagne which we never ordered.
6. When finally were leaving the hotel we asked receptionist to book the taxi which accept small dog and paying credit card- of course he just order regular taxi without this request so we had a lot of problems with taxi driver.
I really would not recommend this hotel. It’s very expensive for what you get and it’s definitely not good value for the money. Services are very bad.
After my babydoll was disappeared we didn’t feel safe anymore to leave other things in the room.
This stay was really a nightmare.