Hôtel Le Mareuil
51, rue de Malte
75011 Paris

Your four-star hotel close
to Quartier du Marais Paris


The Hôtel Le Mareuil enjoys an ideal location in the 11th Arrondissement, in the Le Marais district, very close to the Oberkampf district and the Canal Saint-Martin.

Standing on Rue de Malte, a quiet, pleasant street right in the heart of Paris, near these lively districts, this four-star hotel makes the perfect base from which to discover Paris and its iconic attractions.

Just 100 metres away is the République metro station, served by five metro lines giving easy access to every district of Paris. Oberkampf metro station is also 100 metres away from our hotel.

How to get here

By car


Hôtel Le Mareuil
51, rue de Malte
75011 Paris France

GPS coordinates:

  • Latitude: 48.8660026
  • Longitude: 2.366766

Alhambra Car Park: 50 rue de Malte, 75 011 Paris

To get to the Le Mareuil Hotel: 

  • 45 mins from Paris-Charles De Gaulle airport, under normal traffic conditions
  • 35 mins from Orly airport, under normal traffic conditions

By train

To get to our hotel from the Paris main line stations 


Public transport


Gare de l’Est station

15 minutes
(line 5)

7-10 minutes

Gare d’Austerlitz station

15 minutes
(line 5)

20 minutes

Gare du Nord station

15-20 minutes
(line 5)

10-15 minutes

Gare de Lyon station

20–25 minutes
(lines 1 and 5)

10 minutes

Gare de Bercy station

30-35 minutes
(lines 6 and 5)

20 minutes

Gare Montparnasse station

35-40 minutes
(lines 13 and 9)

20 minutes

By plane

Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport is located to the north of Paris, approximately 30km from our hotel.

To get to the Hôtel Le Mareuil, from Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport:

  • RER (regional express) line B to Gare du Nord
  • metro line 5 (towards Place d’Italie), to Oberkampf

Paris-Orly airport is located to the south of the capital, 20km from our hotel.

To get to the Hôtel Le Mareuilfrom Orly airport:

  • Orlyval (automatic shuttle train) to Gare d’Antony
  • RER (regional express) line B to Gare du Nord
  • metro line 5 (towards Place d’Italie) to Oberkampf

Further information.

Our team can arrange your transfer by private chauffeur, please do not hesitate to contact us

Journey time: 

  • 45 mins under normal traffic conditions from CDG.
  • 35 mins under normal traffic conditions from Orly.

It is now possible to travel via direct buses from Orly or CDG.

Tourism - Things to do in Paris

The Le Marais district: packed with history, trending, a living legend!

This is one of the most iconic, history-packed and dynamic districts in Paris: feast your eyes on the splendours of Le Marais by day or by night as you stroll and linger in its picturesque streets. The Hôtel Le Mareuil, located in this district, makes an ideal base from which to explore its historic and cultural sites and its designer boutiques, terraced cafés and restaurants. The shops in Le Marais are open on Sundays, so you can look forward to happy days spent shopping and strolling!

History-lovers will be in their element in this district, one of the oldest in the capital. Narrow streets - a legacy from the Middle Ages, private mansions and historic religious buildings shape the architectural character of the Le Marais district. Pay a visit to the Carnavalet Museum, which recounts the history of the City of Paris (due to reopen late 2019), in a museum area of more than 10,000 sq.m..
Place des Vosges is another place steeped in history and is a setting for lovely strolls: this was the first royal square to be built in Paris, and we have Henri IV to thank for it. These days it is home to a number of art galleries.

This neighbourhood, full of character, is home to a range of craft and designer boutiques . This is the perfect opportunity to arrange an all-day shopping expedition to discover talented young creatives and the latest trendy concept stores.

When you're ready for a tasty snack, you'll find yourself spoilt for choice, there are so many good bars, cafés and restaurants: tapas bars, world cuisine, and healthy, organic, vegetarian restaurants.

Le Marais is a district of many faces. Within it, there are different ambiances: the gay district, the Jewish quarter, around Rue des Rosiers, in the north-west, the art gallery district, around the Picasso Museum, etc.

Oberkampf, hidden treasures and nightlife

The famous Rue Oberkampf, in the 11th Arrondissement, links the Le Marais district (to the west) with the Ménilmontant district (to the east). With its little enclosed courtyards and its flower-adorned alleyways, its bric-à-brac stalls and its artists' booths, it's peaceful and full of charm, but at night it comes to life and becomes one of the capital's party hotspots: cut-price drinks, music cafés, DJs and restaurants… A night out in this historic "faubourg", whose landscaped was shaped by the workmen who lived there, will be a unique and enjoyable experience!!

The Canal Saint-Martin, or the good life

There's a pleasant daytime or evening stroll along the Canal Saint-Martin, a stone's throw from our hotel; this is a favourite spot for Parisians taking time out for a little peace and relaxation on the shady banks. The Canal Saint-Martin, which links the La Villette basin to Canal de l’Arsenal and is a listed Historical Monument, is a lovely place: have a look inside the designer boutiques, sit at a table and have a drink at one of the trendy cafés and treat yourself to a cruise along the canal…

Paris in festival mode

Paris is the festival capital, with a hectic schedule of events taking place all year round. Discover the exhibitions, fairs, tourist events and other cultural get-togethers that have given the City of Light its reputation across the world:


  • ​​​​​​Foire de Paris (Foire de Paris trade fair)
  • La nuit des musées (Night of Museums)
  • Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris (Schneider Electric Marathon of Paris)
  • Foire du Trône (Throne Fair)
  • Les dimanches du Galop (Sunday at the Races)


  • La fête de la Musique (Festival of Music)
  • Marche des Fiertés (Gay Pride 2018)
  • Gay Games 2018
  • Les cérémonies du 14 juillet (14th July celebrations)
  • Paris Plages (Paris Beaches)
  • Les journées du Patrimoine (Heritage Days)
  • Les Siestes électroniques (Electronic Siestas)
  • Rock en Seine (Rock on the Seine)
  • Festival du cinéma en plein air de La Villette (La Villette Open-Air Cinema Festival)
  • L’été du canal, l’Ourcq en fêtes (Summer on the Canal, festivities on Canal de l'Ourcq)


  • Nuit blanche à Paris (Nuit Blanche in Paris, an all-night festival)
  • Salon du chocolat (Chocolate Fair)
  • Fête des vendanges de Montmartre (Montmartre Grape Harvest Festival)
  • OktoberFest Paris
  • Comic Con Paris
  • Paris Games Week


  • Fashion Week
  • Nouvel an chinois (Chinese New Year)
  • Salon du livre (Book Fair)
  • Les vitrines de Noël, les illuminations (Christmas window displays and illuminations)
  • Semi-marathon de Paris (Paris half-marathon)