Hyatt Paris Madeleine

Address: 24 boulevard Malesherbes, Paris, Île-de-France, 75008, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Champs Elysee area of Paris, is near Eglise de la Madeleine, La Madeleine, Place de la Madeleine, and Maison de la Truffe.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Paris Madeleine

      Elegant and well positioned


      Great 4 star hotel, the rooms are very stylish and with a fantastic bathroom and excellent bedding and decor. The hotel breakfast were continental,(crossants and cereal) anything extra you had to pay for. The location of the hotel is also great you are on the boulivard de Madelane which is great for shopping and close (easy walking distance) to a number of the local attractions. the staff very were very friendly and helpfull. overall not bad.

      Surprisingly Paris


      What a wonderfull hotel. We stayed in a Deluxe room with a view on the Eiffeltower. The service was exellent, the staff friendly (all of them, from the reception to room service. ) and helpfull, and all the tips they gave us concerning restaurants were a real experience. The hotel was clean and tidy, and the Health club was wonderfull. I can't say enough that this hotel made Paris a wonderfull place to be..!!



      For one week in 2002, I fell in love with my room, my windows, my down comforter and my meals!

      Elegant but friendly. Calm oasis.


      My wife and I stayed 5 nights. A calm oasis. Lovely, understated decor. Friendly staff - arranged for numerous bookings effortlessly. Gracious and elegant without the frequent Parisian airs.

      Our favourite small hotel in the World


      This hotel ranks as one of the best we have ever stayed in - just come back from our second trip, staying in the same deluxe room which was superb. The staff are incredibly friendly and attentive, but in no way sycophantic or pretentious - the lounge area is so relaxing and welcoming, with chill out ambient music ever present. Lunch was amazing, as was breakfast. Chilling out watching TV in the sauna is also a real treat.

      If there is a better small hotel out there I would love to know!

      A cozy hidden gem


      We stayed at the Hyatt Madeleine the week of December 2nd, and was very pleased with our accomodations, as well as the friendliness of the hotel staff. The front desk and concierge were extremely helpful, and all spoke fluent english. We found the lounge located in the lobby a cozy delight for morning breakfasts and evening drinks. It was modern/contemporary and very clean (which is a must for us). Yes, the rooms were a bit small, but most of the hotel rooms in Paris are on the small side. We also stayed at the Intercontinental hotel, but much preferred this one. Would definitely recommend the Hyatt Madeleine, and would stay there again, without a doubt!

      A great place


      This hotel was fabulous. Very clean and modern, with a huge bathroom, we found our room very charming. The staff was accommodating after an overnight flight by allowing us to use the fitness center, saunas, and showers. The concierge, via email before we arrived, helped us arrange fantastic dinner reservations. The hotel is in a great location, within easy walking distance to everything. I would definitely stay here again.

      Great Property


      Accomodating welcome at the Hyatt Paris-Madeleine, especially after a overnight flight. Hotel caters to international visitors of all languages.

      Comfortable Jr Ste overlooking street. Quiet, well appointed, relaxing room and large bathroom.

      Appreciated professional and friendly service in restaurant & front desk. Intimate hotel with nice fitness room and easy walk to the Rue Royale and Place de la Concorde.

      Would definately make this my home while in Paris. This Hyatt will impress!

      Another Grear Hyatt


      Contemporary and superbly done Hyatt. Standard room a tad tight, but so well planned not a problem and more than made up for by a tasteful, functional bath with all amenities. The last reviewer failed to mention the fitness/sauna/steam rooms which are a delight to those who are jet lagged. The Champagne breakfast buffet was memorable. We also enjoyed the quiet location with close proximity to all major venues. Staff attentive without being overly solicitous.

      Wonderful hotel


      what a gem. This hotel is in a great location - close enough get to everything, but still quiet. the classic rooms are small, but upgrade on the deluxe and they are perfect. I loved the comfortable bed and the bathroom. Hyatt lovingly tends to the upkeep and it shows. we felt pampered.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Paris Madeleine

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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