The author and librettist Charles-Simon Favart built this private house in 1745, as he was passionately in love with the actress and dancer Justine.
Today you can still feel the romanticism in the architecture, which has been respected and preserved, and in the interiors, with a more liberal approach to 18th century designs.
For example carmine red contrasts with pink, grass green with translucent elements, indigo with beige, as a subtile and unpredictable mix of colours, to be admired like a painting
The Maison Favart is an original, ultra-refined yet welcoming destination: like an inspired love letter, it surprises, charms and casts a spell over its guests.

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Maison Favart in Paris, France

The Maison Favart
37 rooms and suites Concierge 24/7 and luggage service
All rooms have double glazing, air conditioning, desk with port for iPhone, free Wifi, internet access by secured cable, gastronomic mini-bar, courtesy tray, safety deposit box, flat screen TV, wake-up service, iron and ironing board available on demand, and a private telephone.

Wellbeing centre with relaxing pool, fitness area and sauna
Guests may use the Honesty bar from 3pm to midnight as well as the library lounge
Meeting room and French and International papers
Free film library.

The hotel was completely renovated in 2012 (Atelier Jean-Luc Bras, Exclusive Interiors, Laurent & Laurence)



Location:
Rue de Marivaux, facing the Opéra Comique
Grands Magasins Haussmann (Printemps, Galeries Lafayette), Opéra Garnier, : 10 mn (by foot)
Rue Saint-Honoré, place de la Madeleine and place Vendôme : 15mn (by foot)
Maisons de couture of the Avenue Montaigne : 15mn (by car)
Young designers of the Marais district : 15mn (by car)

Rates* :
Room D


Maison Favart