Hotel « haute couture »
An anonymous black facade in the heart of the golden triangle might be the sign there is someting very exclusive behind the closed doors. On rue de Marignan, between Champs Elysées and the super glamourous avenue Montaigne is Hotel Marignan.
An former private house enlarged with several floors in the 30s that just reopened some weeks ago into a very trendy luxury boutique hotel. Not only the location is great, walking distance to Champs Elysées, Grand Palais and the majority of the landmarks of Paris, access to all the shops of the designers and brands that make Paris the capital of fashion, Dior, Chanel, Vuitton and many others but the hotel itself is the peak of chic with an impressive design due to designer Pierre Yovanovitch. In a few years, Yovanovitch became the designer of the rich and famous by bringing to the world of high rise decoration a sense easy going confort, a way of living in style yet remaining casual. Attention to details, irreprochable finishings and a very well balanced mix of vintage with contemporary creations, exclusive to the place. The result is a beautiful and stylish boutique hotel where the most discriminating clients will feel confortable and at ease. A restaurant and a great bar for cocktails and tapas hour are also available so don’t feel afraid to push the doors and enjoy this tipical and very hush-hush Parisian place.
Of course this has a price to be paid but they offer some special discount packages on their website with spa options or pick up at the airport for a memorable stay in Paris at its very top.
12 rue de Marignan 75008 Paris
Crédit photo: hôtel Marignan