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Le Maréchal

At a Glance

    Pros

  • pretty location
  • good food
  • amiable staff

    Cons

  • some rooms are small and unimpressive
  • parking is difficult to find

Le Maréchal Review

Built in 1565 in the fortified walls that encircle the Vieille Ville, this romantic, riverside inn is made up of a series of Renaissance houses lavished with glossy rafters, rich brocades, four-poster beds, Jacuzzis, and other extravagant details; a vivid color scheme—scarlet, sapphire, candy pink—further enhances the Vermeer-like atmosphere (for the full experience, request the Wagner or Bach rooms). All in all, this is not a high-tech luxury hotel: it's an endearing, quirky, lovely old place hanging over a Petite Venise canal. The hotel's gastronomic restaurant, À l'Échevin, offers such dishes as bass with stuffed baby squid. Dine in salons or on the terrace perched above the river.

    Hotel Details

  • 30 rooms.
  • Rate includes some meals.
Updated: 02-20-2013

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