Hotel Le Marquis
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After a rest and dinner walked from our hotel to the Montparnasse Tower where you get a 360 degree view of Paris from 210 metres up with no queues and you can see the Eiffel Tower. Stayed up there until it got dark and saw all the lights of Paris. The viewing platform is right on top of the building surrounded by a glass barrier with openings in the glass for photography. Quite an ...
... gardens, I had read about them and saw the gates on a taxi trip. We weren't too far away so found it quite quickly. The palace there was built between 1615 and 1627 for the widow of Henry IV and is now the home for the French senate. It was beautiful there, some lovely flower beds, an orchestra playing and a large pond that small children could float wooden boats on that could be hired for 3 euros for 1/2 hour. Nice walk around park. Decided to follow a walk suggested in trip ...
... Inititally built as a royal church it was later converted to a large tomb. There was an excellent war museum there as well. We toured the exhibits relating to the first and second world wars. We then had some refreshments at Starbucks adjacent to the Louvre then took a position along the route of the Tour ...
... the moment, Paris wasn't going to wait for us-we had to keep venturing on.
First we went to Arc de Triumph and walked along the Champs Élysées. As much as I would have loved to buy something from this area, I don't think Fendi or Gucci is in my budget. Ladies-think 5th Ave or Newbury street on crack.
Then we sat in a Paris cafe and had our first Paris cappuccinos. As ...
As we left England behind we were left to think how would the next part of our trip pan out? Now we do not have Laylas family there to help us get on the right train, buy the right tickets and show us around all the sights... How will we survive???? Read on and you will find out... By the time we got out of Paris Orley Airport is was already about 8.30pm. We knew we had about an hour left of daylight before it would get dark so we quickly found the train we were to catch ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Le Marquis Paris
Just returned from a long weekend in Paris staying in this hotel with three girlfriends. The hotel was just as it is shown on the ParisBy site, and is a lovely cosy, (and I know its a cliche), and romantic hideaway in a lovely quiet street just a few minutes walk from the Champ le Mars gardens which lead you directly under the soaring amazingness of the Effell tower. I know Paris has a reputation as the Romantic destination of the world, and couples flock there in droves hoping to share the dream, of moonlight kisses by the Seine, but anyone who has actually visited knows that reality of the situation can be for from this ideal. Having had this experience I decided my next trip to Paris would be as part of a all girl group, leaving the men and any romantic hopes at home, where they belong. But guess what?, this hotel really was was perfect for couples seeking that romantic retreat, but not so great for a same sex group. The hotel really goes all out to cater for couples, so much so that they just cant get their heads around catering for anyone not requiring tete -a -tete breakfasts on cute little tables for two, or low lit bedrooms with King size beds, floaty voiles , zebra patterened carpets and furry cushions, all very tastefull of course, but definately for the loved up.
We stayed at Le Marquis over New Year 2004/5.
My husband and I stayed at the Hotel Le Marquis 4 - 8 March, and it was fantastic!
Enjoyed this small (36?) room hotel in a quiet residential area in 15, near the border of the 7th arrondisement.
My boyfriend and I have just got back from Valentine's weekend at Le Marquis. I have to say that our choice of hotel was quite heavily influenced by TripAdvisor reviews, trusting souls that we are! Well, that and the fact that we got a bargain deal on the net- it would normally be out of our price range.
Jewel on Dupleix
Located only a few metro stops away from any point of interest, the Hotel Le Marquis was awesome. The staff (especially, Albert) was extremely helpful and accomodating. There is a pastry and meat shop next door and a super market and flower shop across the street. The nearest metro (La Motte Piquette) is a quick 2-3 minute walk away.
Our room (#506) was great. Modern decor (just as pictured on their website at inwoodhotel). The bathroom was simply stunning.
No regrets. Highly recommended.
This is certainly a perfect hotel, the location is excellent, the decor is lovely, the staff very helpful and friendly, I certainly can recommend this hotel.
I stayed at the Le Marquis for two nights beginning on September 11, 2004 and could not have been more satisfied anywhere else.
Le Marquis was absolutely wonderful! If you're tired of the cookie-cutter chain hotel & want a quiet retreat at a modern/stylish hotel, stay here! Location: On a quiet side street near the Eiffel Tower, two blocks away from Metro. Amenities: The room was absolutely gorgeous & the bathroom was seriously the most beautiful bathroom I've ever seen! Didn't dine there or interact with the staff much, but let's just say I looked forward to coming back to the hotel after a long day of sightseeing. The decor is sleek & trendy...highly recommended!