"An Excellent Hotel for Seasoned and New Travelers"
As a bilingual French-American who travels frequently to Paris, I found this hotel to be perfect for both the seasoned and neophyte traveler to Paris. The staff is perfectly bilingual, extremely helpful and pleasant, the room was clean, comfortable and well appointed, and you cannot beat the location. The Arc de Triomphe is a 2 min. walk down the Champs-Elysées, and along the way there is Fouquet's on the main drag and great little brasseries on every side street.
The location is incredible, surrounded by many restaurants, bars and small streets in where you just can find everything... 2 steps from the Champs Élysées which is "The most beautiful avenue of the world" this nice and cosy hotel is perfect for a weekend or a little romantic escapade in Paris. Metro is 3 min, Arc de Triomphe 5 min and Musee du Louvre 15-20 min by foot. During my stay the wifi wasn't working but the staff managed the situation with a smile and kindness and offered several alternatives. Thumbs up! My room though smaller than the picture was incredibly soundproof. Couldn't hear any of the nocturnal mess that's going down in the neighborhood. Breakfast was more than OK. Yes it's a nice place to stay.
Traveller from Lausanne, Switzerland
A stone?s throw from the Champs-Elysees on a smaller street lined with shops that hosts a lively night scene, the BEST …More
This hotel is excellent value for money being so close to the Champs Elysee and within easy distance of several metros. The staff were excellent, the breakfast was good, the room was a good size as was the bathroom and separate toilet. One downside was that our rom was directly opposite a noisy night club but it was Saturday night and on Sunday the club was closed so we had a quiet night then. Earplugs are the answer If I need to stay near the Champs Elysee again I should certainly return to this hotel.
When we arrived in Paris we had a little trouble finding our hotel because the street it's on is only two blocks long, but they staff were welcoming and helpful when we arrived. Our room was small, but clean and very comfortable. The front desk staff were helpful booking tickets and tours and I would highly recommend the breakfast; the food was plentiful and delicious and the staff were very friendly. The only thing we found in short supply was ice, it was available at the front desk, but you needed to ask and each time were given a cup full. Overall we had an excellent stay at this hotel and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.
Traveller from Toronto, Canada
Boasting a friendly atmosphere and enjoying an excellent location in Paris, between Montmartre and Opéra Garnier , near …More
Hotel staff are exceptional, very nice and helpful. Only complaint was the water temperature in the shower seemed to flucuate a lot and the room was a bit small. WiFi was fast. Good location close to metro.
Le Marianne is situated a block away from the Champs Elysee and right near the cutest restaurant (Le Sens Unique) as well a short walk away from 2 subway stations and at the end of a street where 3 nightclubs are situated. This hotel is central to everything! The staff spoke English and were extremely helpful with all requests. The hotel has recently been refurbished and has many luxuries other hotels do not such as a heated towel rack, blow dryer, marble bathrooms, honesty bar with alcohol and sweets, extensive cable TV channels, fireplace in the lobby and bath robes/slippers.
Traveller from Australia
The Hotel Le Marianne is found on rue Paul Baudry in the very chic golden triangle - the heart of the Champs Elysees - it …More
Hotel is 2 blocks from Champs Elyesee at a great height. Other words you come out in the middle of the busy high part of Champs.
Hotel lobby is classy, and smart. Not big, just right.
Room was nicely decorated and high quality of finish. Small but planned out room.
Originally designed as a town house, the Hotel le A will charm you with its absolutely unique modern and luxurious style. …More
Between Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe, this famous tree-lined thoroughfare strikes through the heart of western Paris. Luxury shops, monumental 19th century buildings, upscale apartments, restaurants and multinational corporations line the streets around La Madeleine. Landmarks include the Grand and Petit Palais, Palais de la Découverte (science museum), and the presidential palace. Gare St-Lazare stands on its eastern edges.