We booked two rooms for our long weekend stay - a Deluxe and a Superior - and found both to be well-planned, good, comfortable sizes (actually, our Deluxe was much bigger than we anticipated), and the ambiance was beautiful (as was the entire hotel). The Deluxe was a "perfect" size - complete with a seating area - and also with lots of closet space with two different closets (at first, we missed seeing the one big closet, as it is designed to blend into the wall by the main door when you walk in). Nice touch to have a closet big enough to hang lots of clothes, but also store luggage - 3 pieces - up on the luggage rack and shelves. The Superior Room was smaller (no seating area), but still a good size (especially being downtown Paris!). Both rooms were styled beautifully - made one really feel like it was Paris! The Deluxe was dark and very soothing, while the Superior was tastefully "colourful". So many nice details in decorating throughout the entire hotel - like the silk cloth covering the walls, the old-fashioned metal light switches, etc., etc. Also nice were bathroom products from "L´Occitane" - including daily replaced "face wipes" (for removing make-up) which I found to be a practical and very helpful detail! In addition to the beautiful look and feel of the hotel, we all slept extremely well in very quiet rooms and on very comfortable mattresses. We did not hear anyone out in the hallways nor did we hear any cars drive by. The Sitting Rooms downstairs (there were several) were all beautiful and decorated differently; I could imagine it would be very nice to sit in one with friends and enjoy a nightcap! Another positive note was the location - excellent! Besides the obvious major tourist attractions nearby, there are also "authentic" Parisian bakeries, cafes, etc. nearby IF one heads in the correct direction! (there are the tourist-trap places that charge double for an espresso or coffee in one direction, then there are the places that the locals go to in the other direction. We found a great bakery, with excellent bread and pastries, within a block of the hotel). There is one negative thing about the hotel which I will mention: the mattresses (in both rooms) were not vacuumed before the clean sheets were put on (and they needed to be!). Everything else in and around the room looked and felt clean - so this was a bit surprising. I know the cleaning staff have lots of work and not much time - but a clean and inspected mattress is very important. Finally, on a positive note: the staff at reception were all friendly and helpful; one gave us a great tip for a nearby restaurant that we were very happy to discover! The hotel is "expensive" (relative term), but it is Paris - and a great location in Paris - so one must take that into consideration. Our experience at "Le Mathurin" was wonderful - we really appreciated our room and all the attention to detail that the hotel has done - so we hope to visit them again for business or vacation when in Paris!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Le Mathurin welcomes you in the prestigious La Madeleine district at the very heart of the capital. 54 rooms and suites, all original; a new bar designed in the classic style; a fully-equipped conference room; a Private SPA Nuxe with a Turkish bath and private whirlpool bath; libraries on all floors… Le Mathurin more than ever holds true to its promise of luxury: here you can make yourself at home. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Le Mathurin Hotel
- Le Mathurin Paris
- Hotel Des Mathurins