REVIEW

Marchand House

At breakfast, owner Jean-Luc Marchand serves homemade honey with croissants from the local boulangerie.

By Ellise Pierce, Tuesday, Jun 17, 2008, 3:52 PM

Marchand House

About this Hotel

Price From $197

'Hood On the Right Bank, in the 3rd arrondissement, home to the Musée Picasso and lots of designer boutiques.

Host(s) Denise and Jean-Luc Marchand. "When my children play the piano, guests love it," says Jean-Luc.

Decor The timbered house, built in 1609, still has a hook for tying up a horse in front. You'll feel like you're in a period movie walking up the lopsided oak staircase.

Room(s) Three. Each has a private bathroom and vintage prints on the walls. One room, the Enclos des Templiers, overlooks a tiny courtyard.

Plus At breakfast, Jean-Luc serves homemade honey with croissants from the local boulangerie.

Minus The neighborhood can be noisy, especially on the weekend.

Details Rooms from $197.

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