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In the heart of the Marais district, Le Grand Mazarin offers an interlude of luxurious serenity in the midst of the hustle and bustle. Just a stone’s throw from the Hôtel de Ville, on the corner of rue de la Verrerie and rue des Archives, Le Grand Mazarin in all its splendour invites you to experience Paris to the fullest.

The decor is by internationally renowned Swedish interior designer Martin Brudnizki with his London-based Design Studio MBDS. Le Grand Mazarin blends French tradition with a colourful, offbeat style. 


The 61 rooms and 11 suites all play with different codes of aristocracy and avant-garde. The fact remains, however, that all these rooms are whimsical but above all cosy. “We were inspired by the great houses of the aristocratic era, where literary, artistic and musical personalities would gather in sumptuous residences to indulge in the pleasures of letters and fine conversation,” explains Martin Brudnizki.


The hotel offers guests a luxurious swimming pool adorned with colourful surrealist frescoes, a gym, treatments and massages, and a restaurant at the crossroads of luxury and gastronomy. 

Nestled in his winter garden, Michelin-starred chef Assaf Granit pays homage to the Eastern European cuisine handed down by his grandmother, “boubalé” in Yiddish. 

Assaf Granit takes up the challenge of restoring Ashkenazi cuisine to its former glory.

A colourful address that brings joy and beauty to all who enter. 

Flora di Carlo