Your hotel in Saint-Germain-des-Prés 

Madison Hotel

A central location in the heart of a prestigious neighborhood


The Madison Hotel benefits from an exceptional location in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Facing the church of Saint-Germain, the Café Flore and the Café des Deux Magots, this much-loved destination for Paris aficionados is also just a stone's throw away from the main designer boutiques, Paris' great landmarks and the capital's main attractions. This hotel in Saint-Germain, Paris, is a veritable invitation to relax, and an ode to the neighborhood's soul...

Parisian Elegance

At this boutique hotel in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés the frantic rhythm of the city gently fades away... With its off-the-wall classicism, this exclusive address combines Parisian elegance with all the services of an intimate and sophisticated hotel. Designed in the style of a private mansion, this Left Bank address makes its guests feel truly at home.

A Made-to-Measure Welcome


The entire staff of this Saint-Germain-des-Près hotel is on hand to look after your every need. Need a recommendation or an address, or want to book a taxi or a table in a restaurant? Célinah, Fanny, Laurence, Christian, Jean-Marc and Alexandre, our Gold Key Head Concierge, will be delighted to help. They'll be on hand to help you organize your trip and to ensure everything runs smoothly, dedicated to making sure you enjoy the authentic Left Bank experience!

An accessible hotel


The Madison Hotel is accessible for persons with reduced mobility (PRM)

Room 11 - the Classic Room - and room 14 - the Privilege room with view - are specifically designed and adapted to facilitate stays by guests with reduced mobility and sight-impaired guests. Each of their bathrooms has a shower seat, tables suitable for wheelchair users, floor lights, a removable grab bar for the WC, and a phone with large keys and large-key remote controls.

The breakfast area is on the ground floor, and since the buffet occupies a slightly raised higher level, persons with reduced mobility are offered breakfast service at their table.

Privilège vue (c) Christophe Bielsa