Jardins du Marais Hotel & Spa Non Refundable
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Step into the world of Les Jardins du Marais, a haven of peace and greenery in the heart of Paris. Enjoy a unique Parisian experience in a glamorous place with a luxurious lifestyle. Here you can combine relaxation, shopping, sightseeing, cultural outings, conferences and events in the legendary Marais district between Place des Vosges and Opéra Bastille.
Behind our unassuming façade on Rue Amelot, the Jardins du Marais boasts one of the biggest private gardens in Paris. The 263 rooms and suites are situated around the gardens in 7 historic buildings and offer an exceptional haven of peace right in the heart of Paris. Beautifully renovated in 2009, they feature luxuriant materials, ivory-coloured bed linen and Macassar ebony furniture in a harmonious mix of 1930s elegance and contemporary style that sits well with the most modern technology.
Les Jardins du Marais also offers a bar and the deluxe Le Spa Du Marais spa and fitness centre is now open, offering you a high level of relaxation, offers an opportunity to recharge your batteries, relax, detox and surrender yourself to the expert ministrations of our specialists. Enjoy free entry to the spa (treatments not included) here you can ease out in a steam bath, book a massage by one of our expert masseuses or keep up your fitness in our gym with all the latest equipment.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 6
- Total Rooms Number: 263
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Pay Movies
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Sofa Beds Children Only: 12
- Parking at Hotel Cost: £29.00 Per Night
- Treatment Rooms
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Laundry Free: No
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: Saint Sebastien Froissard
- Distance: 100 metres
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 11:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Restaurant in hotel
- Types: Small dogs & cats
- Free: Yes
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Saint Sebastien Froissard Distance: 100 metres
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 4.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1475 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Fab weekend in Paris
Stay Date: 19/02/2016, a customer aged 45-64 who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
Hotel in a perfect location literally next to the metro which we found invaluable during our stay - staff were very helpful, breakfast was great - buffet with every choice available, room was good for the money we paid with comfy beds and a nice bath… See more
Hotel in a perfect location literally next to the metro which we found invaluable during our stay - staff were very helpful, breakfast was great - buffet with every choice available, room was good for the money we paid with comfy beds and a nice bathroom... restaurant wasn't open until April so cant comment on that and the bar didn't seem to be an option either but as far as somewhere to stay and sleep it was great. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 3 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 4 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- Louvre: 5 out of 5
- Eiffel Tower: 5 out of 5
small outside,huge inside
Stay Date: 05/2017, Mogens S wrote this review.
from the outside looks quite small. get inside,a large garden surrounded by four buildings. good size room for Paris. no concierge on site,but front staff are quite knowledgeable. great breakfast(included in price) coffee-well it is France?good locat… See more
from the outside looks quite small. get inside,a large garden surrounded by four buildings. good size room for Paris. no concierge on site,but front staff are quite knowledgeable. great breakfast(included in price) coffee-well it is France?good location for subway(two minute walk) Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2017, Benjamin G wrote this review.
The hotel is more of a decent 3 stars than 4 starts to be honest. Though for the area and overall standard it's good value, rooms are of good size for a Paris hotel, the reception area is nice and the service very good. However beware: we had our wa… See more
The hotel is more of a decent 3 stars than 4 starts to be honest. Though for the area and overall standard it's good value, rooms are of good size for a Paris hotel, the reception area is nice and the service very good. However beware: we had our wallet which was well hidden in a bag stolen with several credit cards used for fraudulent internet activity. Multiple transactions online were made while we were out of the hotel. We obviously complained as soon as we found out but still it made us rather uncomfortable with staying at that hotel. Collapse
Very small room!
Stay Date: 05/2017, RozitaSN wrote this review.
It was the smallest room I have ever been! We booked a standard room and it was super small that we didn't have place to put our medium size luggage. The other problem was the sound! They gave us a room (105)with connection door to the next room (10… See more
It was the smallest room I have ever been! We booked a standard room and it was super small that we didn't have place to put our medium size luggage. The other problem was the sound! They gave us a room (105)with connection door to the next room (106), so we could here whole night someone in the next room snoring! And the other night we couldn't sleep because people in the next room were laughing and talking at 3 am! I won't go back there! Collapse
A Gem in Paris
Stay Date: 04/2017, John Michael L wrote this review.
Recently stayed a week in a standard one bed room. Room was on the first floor not far from the elevator. Room had a safe, minibar, microwave, and a convection oven. There also was a table and chair. Bed was comfortable and the bed was changed daily … See more
Recently stayed a week in a standard one bed room. Room was on the first floor not far from the elevator. Room had a safe, minibar, microwave, and a convection oven. There also was a table and chair. Bed was comfortable and the bed was changed daily it appeared. Everything was clean. The bathroom was large by European Standards and had a tub with shower attachment. The staff were all helpful and personable. The location was superior as it was about 100 meters to the Metro Station on the #8 line which meant few transfers or line changes to get to the major attractions. There were many bistros and cafes in the area and there was a large supermarket for wine and snacks in the next block.The optional breakfast was pricey at 20 Euros but all in all the hotel is a great value. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2017, gypsy19542016 wrote this review.
Put "Les Jardins" and "du Marais" together: the name, the location, and the pretty picture on the Internet of the long courtyard with its greenery, outdoor tables, and rattan lawn chairs attracted me. It turns out that this is a spacious property… See more
Put "Les Jardins" and "du Marais" together: the name, the location, and the pretty picture on the Internet of the long courtyard with its greenery, outdoor tables, and rattan lawn chairs attracted me. It turns out that this is a spacious property that stretches all the way back to the end of the city block, but you don't get a sense of massiveness; the street entrance is the usual size, and the hotel rooms have been distributed among eight multi-story buildings (each named for an artist or architect; mine was the "Renoir") rising on either side of the courtyard. Re: location: There are several bistros adjacent to the hotel and many other bistros along Rue Amelot. And if you walk around the block toward the back of the hotel, you will find a municipal pool (which you can use for a one-time fee) and sports center (whose lessons you can also join for a one-time fee). I can't tell you about distances to metro stations or buses in the area because I walked everywhere. For a walker, the hotel's location is excellent! It's located just at the border of the Marais; if you follow Rue Amelot (real-life, working Paris, which I love) or Boulevard Beaumarchais (the exciting urban thoroughfare parallel to it), cross the boulevard at the fish restaurant, and keep walking, soon you've reached place des Vosges and beyond; you're there! And because this part of Paris is so compact, you can keep walking to the Seine and across one of the bridges to the Rive Gauche, no sweat. More about what's available inside the Marais: If you like guided historical etc. tours (in French), the Centre des Monument Nationaux sells tickets at the Hotel de Sully (an historic monument not to be confused with the hotel of that name). If you want guided day-long hikes inside or outside Paris with a group of locals, you can sign up at the outdoor camping store Nature et Decouverte just behind the BHV department store. For that matter, you could live in that camping store, sleep in the hammocks, munch on the trail mix, and drink the complimentary chai (which they serve in paper cups to customers). Back to the hotel: I was treated so well by the [helpful, courteous, friendly, efficient] staff, who agreed to speak only French with me and to correct my grammatical mistakes. I don't know if TripAdvisor allows me to name names, but I see the radiant smiles and friendly eyes of those who became familiar to me on my chatty way in and out of the hotel each day. And every evening I came "home" to a perfectly made bed (I never went to that school), a vacuumed rug, a clean shiny bathtub, the drapes open, and through the drawn chiffon curtains a view of buildings, balconies, and rooftops, which is the kind of view I crave in Paris. Dusk falls late and slowly there at this time of year, and often I returned to the room just at that magical hour when the sky turned a silvery lilac, rectangles and squares of amber light appeared in people's windows far across the way, and silhouettes appeared on balconies. And I was one of them! -- a silhouette who threw open my room's casement windows, stood just inside the iron window railing, and looked at the luminous sky. In Paris. Collapse
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