Marignan Paris

  • Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
    Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
  • Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
    Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
  • Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
    Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
  • Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
    Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
  • Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
    Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
  • Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
  • Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
  • Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
  • Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
  • Photo by Jean-Francois Jaussaud
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Situated in one of Paris’s most stylish neighborhoods, between Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George-V, the Marignan Paris is the first hotel designed by Pierre Yovanovitch, the French interior designer known for his simple yet luxurious residential properties. That philosophy clearly guided his plans for the Marignan, a 50-room boutique hotel that offers maximum comfort in a minimalist environment.

Opened in October, the Marignan features guest rooms and suites (about $420 to $3,000) with high ceilings, marble bathrooms, and oak-paneled walls and floors. Some of the suites afford views of the Eiffel Tower from terraces, one example of which sprawls across 430 square feet and is appointed with chaise longues.

The Marignan’s restaurant-and-bar area reveals Yovanovitch’s artistic flair, with architectural, eye-catching furniture and dramatic light fixtures. More drama can be found downstairs, where a private screening room offers an intimate setting for enjoying a movie with family and friends. Marignan Paris, +33.1.40.76.34.56, www.hotelmarignan.fr

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