64 Marceau Levallois-perret


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Ideally located close to the Champs-Elysées and Arc de Triomphe, our 5-star hotel welcomes you in a contemporary decor. Staying with us, you can enjoy our restaurant Monsieur Marceau and our fully equipped gym. Live an unforgettable experience by visiting all Parisian places like the Eiffel Tower or the Place Vendôme but also by discovering atypical addresses offered by our concierge. Relax in our well-appointed bedrooms with Nespresso machine and Dyson hairdryer.


"Aimer, manger, boire et chanter" for Love, eat, drink and sing, is the invitation painted above this 19th century Montmartre inn and bistro in the 18th district. Amidst the period frescoes and in the shade of a private garden, you will mingle with the ghosts of Cezanne, Van Gogh, Monet, and Zola, who all came here. Every evening, live music adds a hint of happy nostalgia to your onion soup, your boeuf bourguignon and the chocolate iced truffle. Wine bar with 150 wines to discover.

The Maison de la Truffe, in Place de la Madeleine of the 8th district, has been the benchmark in the truffle world since 1932. Today, this family restaurant has opened a second venue in Rue Marbeuf, close to the Champs Elysées. There, you can discover the subtlety of truffles with a range of high quality products and a menu of traditional cuisine. As for the decor, they have successfully unified art deco styling with a pure and simple design to create a luxurious and sophisticated atmosphere.

The restaurant L'Atelier des Compères welcomes you in a sober place, decorated with stones and proposes you every day a new menu according to the market of the moment. Lovers of wine will be seduced by the wide choice of wines, the opportunity to taste wines from our French provinces but also to discover other varieties from elsewhere.

This restaurant is a Parisian institution, situated close to the Concorde in the 1st district, and have a loyal and cosmopolitan clientele who enjoy classic traditional cuisine but also something a little more contemporary too. Their seafood and shellfish are a must. On this brasserie, the wine list with over 450 wines will take you on a journey throughout all of the world's wine producing regions. At Flottes, the service is friendly, attentive and multilingual.

Former manager of Christian Constant's renowned starred restaurant Le Violon d'Ingres, Alexandre Lallemode decided to go independent and opened this first rate restaurant, near Rond Point des Champs Elysées. Resulting in a huge success, as lawyers, businessmen and other decision makers from the area alike, enjoy the recipes created by Alain Carrère. This skillful chef designed a beautiful menu with revisited classics. In the evening, customers can relax and enjoy delicious romantic dinners.

A new neighborhood, a new building, a new restaurant with light wood, marble tables, bay windows, a view of the Martin Luther King park, for new cuisine. That of Jean Francois Pantaleon, who used to work at L Affable in the 7th district, with help from Beatriz Gonzalez, the chef at Neva Cuisine, and her husband, Matthieu Marcant. You will be delighted by Corettas modern cuisine and his nice service.

Chic and modern but at the same time very casual brasserie. Decorated by Pierre Yves Rochon. Sharing "savoir faire" of the sister Michelin stared restaurant Taillevent in more affordable price range. This restaurant has the largest in Paris wine list available by the glass. 110 exactly, perfectly matched with their refined traditional kitchen.

Aux Pres is a Bistro serving typically Bistro style cuisine with flavours from around the world in a warm atmosphere. Uplifting cuisine inspired by the Cyril Lignac Chefs travels and encounters. With, more than ever, a pride of place given to authentic French and foreign home produce.

A very chic luxury brasserie serving kitchen based on seafood. A perfect terrace for a dinner tête à tête with the Eiffel Tower.

Shirvan is a new Parisian restaurant offering to the visitor a fixed menu composed of traditional dishes, inviting to share marrying, for example, a roasted cauliflower with curry flavours and fresh coconut or a tasty plov rice to a tandir of Chicken. The whole menu is accompanied by traditional homemade breads. It is through the history of the Silk Road, which passes through this country, that the chef has developed a sharing kitchen, delicately scented with spices.

This restaurant located in the 4th district, named after a Serge Gainsbourg song, has an ideal location in the Saint Paul neighborhood. Chef David Personnat, formerly of Ledoyen, serves up tasty, creative neo bistro fare. An honorable mention too for the vintage decor and the duck egg blue walls of the beautiful upstairs room at Pamela Popo. An unusual restaurant: keep your eyes closed for a surprise!

Modern decoration, inventive cuisine, mastery of the bases and perfectly proportioned cooking, rigorous selection of seasonal products, these are the characteristics of the restaurant Maxan, which make this address a must in our neighborhood.

This restaurant is characterized by a gourmet creative cuisine served in an elegant and friendly way, around a counter and an open kitchen, by the starred chef Joël Robuchon. The menu gives you a vast choice among sixty references, renewed and varied, based on seasonal products and the market of the day.

Healthy, creative, entertaining: here is the bistrosophy of this restaurant that promotes short circuits and sticks to the seasons. This does not prevent either fantasy or creativity: we let ourselves be surprised and seduced by the play of textures and flavours, by the surprising ideas of the chef, and by the freshness of the whole concept.

An unusual address imagined by Alexandre de Toulmon, an authentic butcher who wanted to open a butchery restaurant in the Oberkampf district. To discover absolutely if you like meat and grills! The owner himself buy animal carcasses, making right cuts and propose them differently matured according to the taste of the client.

This small, cozy bistro with a relaxed atmosphere, offers almost bistronomic cuisine with influences from the South West. Hidden in the little street next to the famous Place de Vosges, this is the perfect place for a gourmet meal.

Opened in 1956 an institution created at the time by the importer of Caviar Volga. Now owned by the brothers Costes, the name that has become a brand of Parisian luxury, chic and trendy gastronomy. Located in the heart of the Golden Triangle, close to the Champs Élysées. A place of elegance and prestige.

We are pleased to welcome you every morning for breakfast. Enjoy our breakfast buffet with fresh products and a selection of dishes to order.

Situated in the 2nd district, Drouant in Paris as we love it! Chic yet free spirited, the three Michelin starred chef has brilliantly taken over this illustrious building, home of the Goncourt literary prize since 1914, with its cream coloured walls, gold leaf picture frames, and comfortable lustrous chocolate colour armchairs. He has the rare talent of producing a French gastronomic cuisine that is full of emotion, like childhood memories, serving you classics with immaculate technique.

An authentic, friendly place where you can savour the classics of traditional French cuisine, close to the Invalides. Local products, meat and game, in season, served in a rustic setting on checkered tablecloths. A traditional old fashion bistro one of the very rare in Paris.

A few steps away from our hotel hidden in a small street, far from the big avenues, there is a restaurant to discover absolutely. The room is intimate and soberly decorated, the sofas have been made to measure, the style is refined and the art of the table particularly neat. The spirit of the place meets the spirit of the man: The Chef Geaam proposes elegance, tranquility, and simplicity. A la carte, French cuisine but resolutely modern with a nod to travel especially to his origin in Lebanon.

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Check-in: Sat 31 Dec, from 15:00
Check-out: Sat 7 Jan

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