Hotel Marignan prime location between Avenue George V and Montaigne is only a 2-minute walk from the Champs-Elysées. The hotel is set in one of the most fashionable area in Paris, the 8th district. The sophistication of the region that surrounds the hotel is perceived through the attention to details that were executed through the design of the hotel. The accommodations were designed to resemble and feel like a home. The rooms are painted with elegant and delicate nude tones, along with the decoration composed of materials such as wool, silk, oak, and marble. Many of the hotel's unique furniture made mostly of marble and oak furniture were individually designed and created by French artisans.
Pierre Yovanovitch completely redesigned the hotel's 45 rooms and five suites in 2012. Some of the suites have a terrace with a view over Paris and the Eiffel Tower in which guests may request to enjoy their breakfast, lunch or dinner while other accommodations have high ceilings. The luxurious suites guarantee an exceptional stay. Also, all rooms are equipped with a HD flat-screen satellite TV, iPod docking station and private bathroom. Some of the rooms are catered for families, accommodating up to four people. Hotel Marignan also counts with two wheelchair accessible rooms. Additional facilities and services include free Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, and a 24-hour reception desk. There is also a 20-seater cinema theatre in the basement. Although mostly used for private events, guests can request screenings.
Marignan's restaurant combines discretion and folksy decoration with the modern international cuisine inspired by its head chef, the Colombian chef Juan Arbelaez. The hotel's excellent cocktail bar is located on a pleasant terrace opening on to the street leads into a tastefully renovated bar including an intimate sofa next to the fireplace.