Recently renovated and redesigned by Olivier Gagnère, this hotel embodies the French spirit with elegant décor and contemporary design. It was formerly the townhouse of the Faussigny-Lussinge family in the 18th century. Guests today will find comfort, a warm atmosphere and comprehensive facilities, as well as courteous, qualified staff who pay careful attention to detail. The rooms strike a balance between luxury and warmth. Guest rooms and duplex suites offer French elegance and comfort: floral patterns and colonial materials, ivory-coloured bed linen, colourful velvet duvets and large sofas. The spacious rooms afford much privacy. Each room has double-paned windows and individually regulated air conditioning, as well as modern technology. These extravagantly outfitted rooms also have private terraces, some with views of the Eiffel Tower, Montmartre and Sacré Coeur. The hotel located in the heart of the historical, fashion and business district, between the mythic Champs Elysées and Avenue Montaigne. The nearest metro station can be reached in about 2 minutes on foot. Spoon Paris at Marignan is a well-known restaurant in Paris. Here, guests will discover specialties from around the world, modern and creative dishes inspired by the famous chef Alain Ducasse. The complementing Bar/Restaurant Marignan Le15Cent15 offers a buffet breakfast as well as tapas in a refined, modern environment. Via RER (city train): Charles De Gaulle/Etoile Station, Line A. Via metro (underground): Franklin D. Roosevelt Station, located on the street corner, reachable via lines 1 and 9. By car: Take the Boulevard Périphérique (ring road). Exit at Porte Maillot, and look for Avenue de la Grande Armée. Then continue onto Avenue des Champs Elysées. Rue Marignan on 9th Street is on the right-hand side. The public car park François 1er is on the right at the end of the road.