Madison Hôtel by MH
What We Love
- The room décor, which blends traditional French design with jaunty pops of color, stripes and modern floral accents
- The breakfast buffet (and continental breakfast via room service), served until 11 a.m. and perfect for a languid start to a busy day in the French capital
- The selection of Bordeaux wines served in the stylized hotel bar
What To Know
- Albert Camus completed his novel L’Etranger here
- The location in desirable Saint Germain means that some rooms are rather petite
- The hotel is across the street from the famed cafe Les Deux Magots, frequented by the likes of Picasso, Sartre and Joyce
- Eco friendly
- Free WiFi
- Room Service
Built in 1925, the 52-room Madison Hotel overlooks the handsome Saint Germain church tower and its courtyard, flanked by Les Deux Magots cafe. After a total refurbishment in 2011, the hotel gained a new sophistication and earned its fourth star. Guestrooms are thoughtfully designed with cheerful textiles and throw pillows, while the lobby breakfast room offers a wood-burning fireplace and an extensive breakfast buffet.
In the Area
Saint-Germain-des-Pres, located on the Left Bank, was once a hotbed for Parisian existentialists and intellectuals. It has retained its village charms while becoming known for swanky boutiques, wine bars and galleries. The hotel is a short walk from the 18th-century St. Sulpice church, the Gardens of Luxembourg and the Laduree and Pierre Herme patisseries. Of course, it’s proximity to cafe Les Deux Magots will have you playing artist right up the street.
How to Get There
I spent a lot of time deciding on where to stay for my wife and i's first and i hope not only trip to Paris. it was important to me to be somewhat close to everything we wanted to see and do in Paris. all the big sights, different neighborhoods,history, people,cafe's, restaurants,etc etc. also a really nice hotel was on the agenda. we could not have been more pleased with the choice. I cannot say enough nice things about the entire staff. Everything was perfect with the hotel!! As far as location you cannot pick a better spot to be in. everything we wanted was right there. If you are not sure where to stay with all the different choices you can stop right now. excellent excellent excellent in every way.
Everything is always perfect at Hotel Madison. We've been going for many years and it's always with the same pleasure that we stay at this hotel. The staff is kind and helpful, the rooms are cozy and the location ideal.
Wonderful hotel that we have been staying at for 40 years , 2 trips a year always at the Madison . Christian at the front desk has been here also all this time so fantastic to see a welcoming face . All the people who work at the Madison are very nice and helpful whatever the request . The rooms are decorated very nice / small as are all French hotels but the amenities are very nice . Great location if you prefer the Left Bank . St Germain and all it offers with a great view from upper floors of hotel of Eiffel Tower make this a spectacular hotel . I can not recommend this hotel more highly . We even stayed a couple years ago for New Year’s Eve and found this to be a wonderful experience , romantic , quiet , great food , wonderful boutiques all within walking distance of the Madison Hotel .
Beautiful hotel in excellnt location. Spacious room (for being Paris) and lovely staff. I was her with my mom for 1 night and it was perfect due to easy and central location and gorgeous style of hotel and room.
My husband and I just returned from our trip to Paris, where we had the pleasure of staying at Madison Hotel. It was my first time staying on the Left Bank, and I will never go back! The location was very convenient to major sites (Louvre, Musee D'Orsay, Tuillerie Gardens, etc.), yet still felt like a somewhat more peaceful part of the city. Located right on Boulevard Saint Germain, Madison Hotel is also close to some of the best patisseries, boutiques, and galleries. We were so pleased to be able to check-into our Superior View room immediately upon arriving at 9am, and we found a well appointed, clean, and bright room. There was a beautiful view of the church across the street, and we never had any noise from the busy road below. The linens were very nice, and the bed was quite comfortable. The only small issue with the room was that the toilet is located in a small room of its own (just unusual), and as some other reviewers have noted the shower does spray onto the floor due to a small glass enclosure. Other than that small issue, our stay was near perfection! The concierge and reception employees were so kind and helpful, and we often enjoyed relaxing in the lobby with a glass of fruit-infused water, which was always readily available. My husband and I are already looking forward to our next trip to Paris and stay at Madison Hotel!