Hyatt Paris Madeleine stands out for its elegant and modern interior design, inspired by Art Deco, as well as for the magical views that reach up from the rooftops of historic Boulevard Malesherbes to the sensational Eiffel Tower. The charming five-star boutique hotel is situated in the 8th arrondissement, in a walking distance to the Louvre, the Paris Opera House and the Boulevard Champs-Élysées, right next to the monumental Madeleine Church. This area has some of the Paris’ most spectacular architecture, delightful gardens and the stunning Place Saint-Augustin. For those searching for fashion, luxury and beauty stores, it will be interesting to explore nearby Rue St. Honoré, a high-end shopping district. Along the way you will discover many fashion houses, including Gucci, Michael Kors, Hermés, Yves Saint Laurent, Chloé and Lanvin. Right around a corner you will find iconic department stores Printemps and Galeries Lafayette with its myriad of boutiques. No stay in Paris would be complete without a visit to the best shopping venues in the capital.
Once we entered Hyatt Paris Madeleine‘s premises, the first thing that we noticed was sophisticated and refined luxury in golden, brown and beige tones, that added to the well known Hyatt’s elegance, as well as very pleasant and calming atmosphere. The knowledgeable and highly professional staff made us feel welcomed and just a glance more at the Hyatt’s stylish interior and beautifully arranged flowers in the lobby assured us that we made the right choice. This is a hotel made to measure of its clientele and it really cannot disappoint.
Hyatt Paris Madeleine comprises 85 modern and elegant rooms designed by Italian architect Aldo Riva, including 14 recently renovated Parisian suites that have panoramic views of the Eiffel Tower, Montmartre and more. They also have spacious living rooms with high ceilings, large windows, and their own terraces. The Parisian suites are decorated in light, neutral tones and simple, sophisticated and above all quality furnishings. Suite bathrooms are very large with walk-in marble rain showers and separate freestanding tubs. Everything is made to satisfy the needs of the most demanding clientele. The hotel’s smaller size only means that you will be treated more personally with a great attention to each guest, which we experienced during our stay. From the beautifully written welcome note to delicious macarons and madeleines, served with strawberries, blueberries and currants. Such a warm and beautiful welcome!
We stayed in one of the prestigious 7th floor suites, named Eiffel Tower Suite. It was pretty large and overly luxurious affair, with its generous 50 square meters and an absolutely amazing view over the Boulevard Malesherbes and, of course, the Eiffel Tower. This suite impressed us since the moment we walked through the door. Clean lines and uncluttered surfaces in combination with warm materials, rich textures and soothing colors made us feel at home. Pampered by the friendly staff and intoxicated by the breathtaking views, we decided to spend as much time as possible behind the doors of our Hyatt haven. Minibar provided refreshments, and 24-hour room service made dining in an option. In the morning, we ordered breakfast in our suite and enjoyed delicious food like scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, ham, bacon, cheese selection, English muffins, and croissants with orange jam, our favorite hazelnut cocoa spread and homemade honey from the beehive on the roof. One night we were pleasantly surprised with a bottle of Château Saint-Maur red wine, and selection of fine cheese, prosciutto and salami.
Eiffel Tower Suite
Eiffel Tower Suite
Eiffel Tower Suite
Rare are the places where we felt more special than at Hyatt Paris Madeleine’s Eiffel Tower Suite. For your next trip to Paris, if you like to book Parisian luxury accommodation, the brand new suits could and should be the one of the possible reasons to choose Hyatt Paris Madeleine, not only as an alternative to larger hotels, but simply as one of the best that Paris has to offer. Both classical and modern in appearance, with Art Deco influences all around, these suits present a true marvel in the contemporary interior design.
The Presidential Suite on the seventh floor has a private terrace with views of the Opera Garnier, Parisian rooftops and the Eiffel Tower
There are some sophisticated dining options within the hotel. Hyatt Paris Madeleine’s Café M is one of the city’s important spots when it comes to quality cuisine, backed up by the hotel’s lounge bar La Chinoiserie. Both restaurants offer a memorable dining experience with the exquisite seasonal culinary marvels created by Chef Simon Havage.
La Chinoiserie restaurant designed by Pascal Desprez – Restaurant ceiling designed by Gustave Eiffel
Hyatt Paris Madeleine also boasts a guest-only hammam, sauna and fitness room, that are located in the basement of the hotel and it is open around the clock.
Hyatt Paris Madeleine is also a perfect place for the business events with its four meeting rooms – Nin Sou, Si Kyang, Imari and Manhattan. In addition, the 7th floor can be entirely privatized for showrooms, press junkets, product launches or photo shootings with a panoramic Parisian view.
Nestled in a typical Haussmannian building, Hyatt Paris Madeleine is maybe a lesser known Hyatt in the City of Lights than its larger counterparts, Hotel du Louvre and Park Hyatt Paris Vendome, but also maybe the most charming one.
24 Boulevard Malesherbes
Saint-Lazare – 8e Arrondissement
Tel: +33 1 5527 1234
Vukota Brajovic for Fashionela