The Madison Hotel, part of the Maurice Hurand Group

Boasting a unique and prestigious location opposite the Eglise des Saint-Germain-des-Prés, in the heart of the city's important Left Bank district and just a few steps from Paris’ celebrated literary cafés, the elegant Madison Hotel plays its own part in the area’s atmosphere and charm.

Totally renovated to offer a chic but cosy contemporary style, this sophisticated hotel started a new chapter in its history in spring 2010.At the heart of an area renowned for its exceptional art and literature, the Madison Hotel promises to win you over with its warm welcome and homely feel, not to mention the subtle harmony of its new living spaces created by the architect-designer Denis Doistau.

Available in pastel shades or in red and black, the 50 rooms (including 3 suites) combine a modern style with exceptional comfort and state-of-the-art technology. In these rooms, which respect the environment, luxury is assured by attention to detail: Queensize bedding, sumptuous Lelièvre fabrics, elaborate lighting and bedsteads, vintage furniture, elegant bathrooms, etc.

In the Madison Hotel’s beautiful rotunda, a succulent breakfast buffet, consisting mainly of organic and eco-friendly products, will be yours to savour, accompanied by a crackling wood fire during the winter season.

The Madison Hotel is equipped to ensure a comfortable and accessible stay to all its guests. Two rooms are specially designed to cater to the needs of guests with reduced mobility or who are hard of hearing.

The Madison Hotel has already welcomed a host of prestigious guests: Boris Pasternak, the author of the novel

Doctor Zhivago in June, 1935; André Malraux in 1937; Albert Camus, who finished writing his novel The Stranger in room 65 in the spring of 1940; Giono; Edith Piaf and Jean Mermoz. More recently, the Madison Hotel welcomed the cast of several scenes of the film "Je l'aimais", directed by Zabou Brietman and based on the successful novel by Anna Gavalda.

50 rooms including 3 suites. 26 rooms have a view of the Eglise des Saint-Germain-des-Prés

2 rooms for people with reduced mobility.

Buffet breakfast or served continental-style in your room

Mabillon underground station (line 10), St-Germain-des-Prés (line 4) RER B and C lines (St-Michel Station)

Covered car parks nearby: Marché Saint-Germain, Saint-Sulpice


143, Boulevard St-Germain – 75006 Paris Tel: + 33 (0)1 40 51 60 00

Maurice Hurand

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