THE DANDY’S ART OF LIVING
Once you step through the entrance, the Le Marquis boutique hotel offers you a journey through time to meet the great Parisian Dandies. From breakfast to breaks in the lounge, in the bar or in the internal garden, you will immediately feel as though you have been swept into another era and you will almost be surprised not to meet men who are a little vain and wear top hats.
Undoubtedly artistic and contemporary, the decor of the Marquis will seduce you with its sophistication and character.
Our caring and thoughtful staff will spoil you with the sort of care and attention that will make you feel unique, free to enjoy every moment, in pure Dorian Gray style.
A DANDY BREAKFAST
From the early hours of the day, the Le Marquis hotel will delight you with a sublime breakfast. As is the case with modern and morning banquets, the food at the buffet table is plentiful.
A wide selection of sweet and savoury dishes, hot and cold, is offered to you in an explosion of tastes and colours. Baked goods, desserts, fruit, cheeses and cured meats... Those with a healthy appetite will have their work cut out.
Inspired by a typical brasserie, the breakfast area gently introduces you to the French Art of Living. A nice way to start your day exploring Paris!
AN ARTY BAR
Pearl grey, bright yellow edges, noble woods and delicate fabrics... The Marquis bar is on a par with the famous English clubs frequented by the most prestigious Dandies envisaged by Oscar Wilde.
A mix of escape and tradition, modernity and timelessness, sophistication and original details, this beautiful space will welcome your happy hours with delicious cocktails.
AN ORIGINAL LOUNGE
Alone or in company, make yourself comfortable in one of the red velvet armchairs in the suffused ambience of the lounge of the Marquis. The enchanting lights play with the graphic lines to reveal the essence of the Dandy’s Art of Living.
Intimate, welcoming, enveloping, this lounge offers you a privileged place to read a book, relax, let your imagination run wild and daydream.
THE INTERNAL GARDEN,
A TIMELESS MOMENT
Sheltered from the hustle and bustle of the city, the internal garden of the Marquis is your timeless refuge on sunny days.
With natural materials, a wall of plants, elegant shades and touches of colour, it is ideal for spending original moments with friends, family or colleagues. Everything has been thought out in the smallest detail to please both aesthetes and lovers of luxury relaxation.
Within the walls of the 4-star Le Marquis hotel we celebrate an entire Art of Living
and a French savoir-faire, so that you can be immersed in a unique ambience.
Thoughtful, welcoming, attentive and discreet, our staff will accompany
you personally to tailor your dream holiday to your needs.
We are at your disposal should you have any questions or requests.
Contact us on +33 (0)1 43 06 31 50 or by email: email@example.com.
A true refuge
“As soon as we arrived, we were enchanted by the decor. The room was very quiet and the bed was really comfortable. We chose an Executive Room, where we found memory foam pillows, super-soft bathrobes and Chupardy products... Little luxuries that we really enjoyed! We were really pampered during our 4 days at the Marquis. We will definitely be back!”
In the perfect location
“I chose the Marquis because it was near the Champ-de-Mars and the Eiffel Tower, it was perfect. You can go on lots of walks from the hotel! I was able to explore this side of the 15th arrondissement, a stone's throw from the Beaugrenelle centre. There are lots of restaurants and shops in the neighbourhood. It's perfect for experiencing the Parisian lifestyle for a few days! Furthermore, the hotel is really beautiful. You immediately feel more relaxed.”
A dream hotel
“This hotel was the best surprise of our stay in Paris. The staff is really attentive and thoughtful, providing us with information and advice right from booking. Adjoining Rooms are ideal for a family holiday. Everyone enjoyed the breakfast, which delighted us each morning! A special mention goes to the internal garden: we loved resting there between visits.”