Set in a typically Haussmannian building, the Hyatt Paris Madeleine is one of the most refined and renowned 5-star boutique hotels in Paris. This boutique hotel cultivates the art of refinement and hospitality and promises a unique hotel experience.
Each one of the 85 rooms and suites offers a very personal and sleek decor, with pastel shades, light wood and designer furnishings. Everything has been designed to meet your expectations and satisfy you fully, thanks to modern amenities. From the rooms you can enjoy views of the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and the Saint-Augustin church.
The hotel's two restaurants, Café M and Chinoiserie, serve excellent breakfasts, lunches and dinners that will make your mouth water. The chefs invite you to taste their delicious creations. The hotel's Lounge areas are perfect for a gourmet break at any time of the day.
The Hyatt Paris Madeleine is very popular with guests because of its natural ability to provide an immediate sense of well-being. You will be tempted to spend the day relaxing on the comfortable sofas of the Chinoiserie, near the fireplace.
The fitness center as well as the hotel spa invite you to experience moments of relaxation. You can benefit from "Spa Deep Nature" products, the eco-friendly partner of the hotel. The brand treats the body and the soul.
Business travelers will appreciate the fully equipped business center, secretarial services and modern audiovisual systems.
The reception staff and concierges are always happy to share their Parisian advice about their city.
Enjoying an enviable location on the Boulevard Malesherbes in the Madeleine district, the Hyatt Paris Madeleine is close to the historic center, the famous Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, rue Royale and the Galeries Lafayette on the Haussmann Boulevard.
The hotel is one of the few Parisian boutique-hotels to offer great proximity to haute couture housess, fashion boutiques, shopping alleys and jewelry stores.
The Hyatt Paris Madeleine is also only a few minutes walk from the city's major attractions, such as the Garnier Opera, Place de la Madeleine, Place de la Concorde, the Seine, the Louvre Museum And the Champs Elysees.