A private, little-known hideaway
Between Place de la Concorde and the Jardin des Tuileries
Maison Armance takes its name from a novel by Stendhal, who lived here in the early 19th century. Hidden behind the carriage entrance of a typically Parisian building, which leads through an interior courtyard lined with trees, the hotel offers a haven that has won over stars from Serge Gainsbourg to Nina Simone. Welcome to one of the capital’s best-kept secrets…
Maison Armance is inspired by the refinement of haute couture and the aesthetic of elegant Parisian apartments. From parquet flooring, moldings and tweed to velvet, brass, and canework, premium materials combine with a selection of hues inspired by the colors of the Parisian sky, extending the views over the capital’s rooftops. Ever discreet, Maison Armance is a well-kept secret; only connoisseurs are granted access to its cozy atmosphere. While here, why not enjoy breakfast by the fireplace? The entire space is designed like a welcoming apartment to make you feel at home in the elegance of a Parisian home.
Rue Cambon became famous for Coco Chanel’s boutiques, which hosted her creations, fashion shows, and loyal clients. Just a stone’s throw away, iconic Parisian landmarks continue the magic, such as Place Vendôme and its renowned jewelers, the Petit Palais and its majestic entrance, the Grand Palais and its incredible glass dome, and Place de la Madeleine with its 52-column church. This is also where gourmet delights take center stage, with the Auguste Fauchon delicatessen, chocolates by Patrick Roger, Café Pouchkine, caviar by Kaspia, Maison de la Truffe, and premium teas by Mariage Frères. Indulge in authentic French art de vivre.