Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel & Conference Center

Explore the artistic side of Paris from our hotel


Find Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel & Conference Center on the Left Bank of Paris near many legendary attractions, including the Panthéon, Denfert-Rochereau, Luxembourg Gardens and Catacombs of Paris. From our hotel, walk to the village-like neighborhood of La Butte Aux Cailles, an artistic area boasting abundant street art, local artisans and lively restaurants and bars.

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Local Attractions

Chase the Creativity in Boulevard Paris 13, an Open Air Gallery

Ride the elevated metro line 6 from Glacière, metro station facing the hotel, to Chevaleret and find yourself surrounded by iconic murals on the “Champs Elysées” of street art.

Parisian Elevated Metro - Street Art


The Boulevard Vincent Auriol can also be discovered by walk with a dedicated street art guide.

Boulevard Paris 13 - Street Art

Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche

Le Bon Marché is open all year round, offering customers a unique shopping experience. Preferential services, attentive advisors and personalized assistance are just some of the courtesies they lavish on their customers.

Le Bon Marché

Luxembourg Gardens

Discover one of Paris's most popular destinations for relaxation when visiting Luxembourg Garden, the largest park on the Left Bank. Luxembourg Garden is part of Luxembourg Palace which is currently home to the French Senate.

Le Jardin de Luxembourg

Saint Germain Des Prés

A visit to the area should begin with the church of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Its tower and nave constitute some of the oldest Parisian vestiges of Romanesque architecture. Amongst the luxury boutiques and art galleries, enjoy a break at one of the terraces of the area’s most iconic cafes: Le Café de Flore or Les Deux Magots.

Jardin des Plantes
Le Jardin Des Plantes

Jardin des Plantes has been a place to discover nature for four centuries. Here, you can walk around the Roseraie (rose garden) and Le Jardin Alpin (the alpine garden). A wide range of living naturalized or fossilized species are displayed in the Ménagerie (zoo).


The Panthéon’s iconic silhouette and dome is perched at the top of the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève, the historic hill of the Latin Quarter. Since the days of the French Revolution, this former church, dedicated to the patron saint of Paris, has housed a necropolis, in its crypt, of well-known French figures: Victor Hugo, Marie Curie, Alexandre Dumas, etc.

Montparnasse Tower
Montparnasse Tower

Europe's fastest lift takes you to a height of 196 meters in 38 seconds. Enjoy the finest view of Paris in a new, fun, modern and very comfortable space.

Louvre Museum
Louvre Museum

Every trip to the capital deserves a visit to the Louvre to discover the wealth of treasures it contains. The former royal palace reveals its masterpieces to the public: the Mona Lisa, The Raft of the Medusa, the Venus de Milo, and The Winged Victory of Samothrace. In total, there are 35,000 works to be discovered!

Notre Dame
Notre Dame de Paris

Venture onto the Saint Jacques Street up to the docks and admire the superb gothic architecture of Notre Dame Cathedral.

Les Catacombes

This Parisian ossuary, covering miles of underground space is called the Catacombes, in reference to the Catacombs of Rome. Visitors can access the Catacombes from Place Denfert-Rochereau. Six million bones from various Parisian cemeteries rest in the 1.7 km labyrinth of tunnels. It is located 7 minutes from the hotel.

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