Hotel Marquis Faubourg Saint - Honore is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Paris, offering a boutique environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a minibar and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Marquis Faubourg Saint - Honore offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a concierge and room service. Plus, Hotel Marquis Faubourg Saint - Honore offers a fitness center and breakfast buffet, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
Nearby landmarks such as Eiffel Tower (1.4 mi) and Montmartre (1.4 mi) make Hotel Marquis Faubourg Saint - Honore a great place to stay when visiting Paris.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Paris' popular tapas restaurants such as L'Avant Comptoir, Frenchie, and Les Apotres de Pigalle, all a short distance from Hotel Marquis Faubourg Saint - Honore.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Louvre Museum (0.9 mi), Musée d'Orsay (0.7 mi), or Arc de Triomphe (1.2 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
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We tried to go! Multiple times! We wanted to see the decor! Unfortunately. this hotel only extend a credit for postponing due to the country being shut down for Covid which then expired prior to the country opening up. When we paid again, a second time, they did not extend a credit for postponement due to a critical health emergency which was accompanied by surgeon's note. However, I am happy to report that Belmond, Delta Airlines and The Moulin Rouge all extended credits for these unforeseen events and we are now headed to Paris in September. Since Marquis never responded, we have now booked our Paris stay at the Saint James before embarking on a private barge trip in Burgundy with Belmond. The most upsetting aspect of dealing with the Marquis is that they completely ignored our multiple attempts at communication. Extremely unprofessional and inconsiderate for a Relais & Chateau property. I do not recommended dealing with this hotel as it has been an unfortunate experience unlike any we've had traveling the world.…
Spent a fun few days in Paris and this hotel made everything so easy! The location is perfect for restaurants, sightseeing and shopping. The room was spacious and very clean. The entire hotel was very quiet and the staff was super friendly. Would definitely stay here again!
This hotel is 2 star, they don’t have maintenance to fix small problems or big. The shower was backed up in my 700.00$ suite and never resolved. Told the night before take a tub instead, Great idea let’s go back to tub days:( We showered across the hall. Yes in another room ! The next day right before check out. I would call that a hostel!!!! Management was busy dealing with other things apparently more important…. They just don’t care. Don’t stay here you will be disgusted. And definitely unsatisfied with accommodations.
Very charming small hotel. Very spacious room which is rare to find in Paris. Everything about this hotel is elegant and clean. Location is exceptional - right is the fashion district and a few minutes walking to the Louvre and other attractions. I’d recommend and return to this hotel.
In my experience, Relais & Chateaux properties are top notch. This one isn't I'm no novice to Paris, having made probably 25 trips in the last five years. I've stayed at the low-end (well, low-end for Paris), as well as many of the high-end properties, including the Crillion, Four Seasons, La Reserve, and the Shangri-La. I rank the Marquis solidly in the 3-star category, not even four. Summary: Pros: The location. It's literally perfect. Bathroom is roomy although shower design floods the floor everytime. Climate control works well. The weather in Paris was warm in the day and cool in the evening so used both air conditioning and heating. Cons: Poor service Lack of amenities Breakfast quality & presentation Small rooms (unless you book the largest suites) I ventured to Paris on the last segment of a recent European trip. Someone suggested this hotel and the price for their "Junior Suite" was a (relatively) reasonable €780. My company has a corporate rate at the Crillion for €1100 so thought I'd save 200. Big mistake. The arrival was smooth. When my taxi arrived, one of the staff met us in the street and helped with our luggage. We checked in and were shown to the room. Right away, I could tell there may be issues. The room looks nothing like the image on the website of their junior suite. Described as 30 meters, its not huge, but the layout makes the room feel even smaller. The closet area is separated from the main room but its not big enough to actually use as a changing area. If you leave your suitcase there, you are unable to open the closet door completely. It's a poor design. The room featured a small minibar and nespresso machine. There was a small (very) table with two basic chairs. Not large enough for two people to have even a basic coffee and croissant in the morning. Because of the strange closet area, the living portion is very small. The bed is comfortable, no complaints. But the room is certainly not a junior suite. It's a standard room, period. The bathroom is roomy, with both a tub and a good sized stand up shower. The shower works well but the door doesn't seal well and flooded the floor each time. The next morning we went to the lounge for breakfast. There was a very basic breakfast spread with cold cuts (supermarket style), cheeses, fruits, and two juices. The staff offered us coffee or an egg dish. The food quailty was fine, but the presentation was very ordinary. Just placed on a tray. I've seen similar spreads at hotels costing half the price. After being out for the day we returned in the evening and noticed two things. One was that the room hadn't been cleaned well. Hair and what looked like wrappers to a cleaning product were on the floor. Also there were small hand towels and wash cloths missing from the bath. We ignored it the first day, but when they were missing the second day, I requested some. They were delivered an hour later. Day four, again, only bath towels. The lobby staff promised to send some but they never showed. I concluded they simply didn't have enough linen quantity. Also, bath related, the toiletries weren't replaced regularly. Over our stay, we would clearly use shampoo and conditioner but they weren't always replaced and when they were, we'd get shampoo but not conditioner. We also noticed there were three separate brands. Hermes lotion, Balmain Shampoo/conditioner, and a third brand shampoo also. Feels like the hotel just buys whatever fancy sounding brand is available. I requested the staff's help to book a restaurant. He tried while I was there but there was no answer. He promised to call again at 5pm when they opened and would get back to me. Never heard back from him. I managed to peek into one of the other rooms, the Executive Suite. This room is much roomier and more typical of a suite, with a large living room. Of course, the price is much more than what we paid. All the above are first-world problems and I know from experience there are very poor properties. But, for nearly €800 per night I expect a premium experience I have access to a corporate rate at a well-known 5-star hotel for €1100 and I would choose that over the Marquis 100% of the time in the future. The room sizes are comparable but the service and level of the small things differentiate that property. Indicative of the experience was when we came home from dinner one evening around 10pm. There was (I guess) housekeeping with large bags of linens using the lift (only one lift) to go to the basement. When we arrived, the staff still insisted to use the lift before us. At other 4- and 5-star properties we have stayed the staff would ALWAYS let guests use the lift first. As an aside, we joined some friends of ours at another hotel that is two blocks away (similar price) for breakfast and it was like night and day. Beautiful flowers on the table, cut fruit presented in a lovely display. Elegant dinnerware and linen napkins. Breakfast was €28 there (same as the Marquis) but I felt it was an entirely different experience. Check out was smooth, although unlike the check-in, no one offered to assist us with our baggage. I don't relish giving a poor rating, but my 2-star rating is based not only on our guest experience but taking into account the price. If we paid only €300 or 400 it would certainly be a higher rating. We also were very disappointed in how they can maintain participation in the Relais & Chateaux hotel group. Its just not up to their standard.…
Despite the location and decor being attractive, the services are practically non-existent. House keeping is probably done by two members of staff for the 15 rooms and there’s no turn down services. The toiletries are mismatched and by three different brands. Yes there’s room service (if you can call it that) - they provided two warm bottles of beer (no glasses, no ice). They failed to inform me that I had to switch rooms at some point - I complied and packed up but my new room wasn’t ready for hours. At check out, the safe didn’t open and there’s no one in the building who could open it. Took two hours to get a mechanic and my last day plans were ruined. When I checked out to pay , the man told to me “pay attention” when he was talking to me. Baffling. Awful. Hopeless. Five stars of Bad Hospitality.…
We stayed here for 3 nights spontaneously when we tried to check into an AirBnb at 3 pm and found an angry cleaner who refused to even speak with us. [tip: if the AirBnb run by a property management company called "checkmyguest" seems too good to be true, trust your instincts and DON'T rent it!] Back to this great 5-star hotel; Ali met us at check in and ensured that we had a great pair of rooms for my wife and my son and me. Elegance abounds, rooms are spacious and sweetly quiet. On day 2 they found a nice large room (#34) that perfectly accommodated us all together. Ali and his team were patient as we moved rooms and super friendly. Great place for a family wanting a bedroom for the couple and a comfortable pull out sofa bed just steps away for kids. These are hard to find in Paris, and the Marquis Faubourg Saint Honoré has them!…
Don't bother staying here. Find somewhere better. There is no comms between staff and our room was not made up on our first complete day until we had asked twice. It was finally ready by 5.30pm. The person on reception was happy to argue and we were not the first during our stay to end up having a rather heated discussion. He was determined to have the last word.
Our daughter suggested we take a 2 day break in Paris while visiting her family in Geneva. We took the TGV, highly recommended. We chose the hotel because we had stayed at Relais an Chateaux properties over the years. The hotel is located near some of the main shopping areas and within easy walking of the Musee D Orsay and the Orangerie. The junior suite was a good size. The bathroom was also a good size. The bed was very comfortable. We did not have the breakfast which was not included in our deal but had lunch and dinner in one of the excellent restaurants in the area. For those with more culinary aspirations Maxim’s is round the corner. The only odd thing was that the excellent selection of books consisted of the book spines glued to the wall.
The room service needs to be improved. The first evening, there was no room service at all. Another evening, the maid entered the room without knocking. The breakfast quality is POOR. No fresh squeezed juices, not too much bread... For 29 Euros, it's a ripoff, sorry to say. Definitely NOT at the standard I've experienced in other Relais & Châteaux places.
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