Hotel de la Marine
Hôtel de la Marine, emblematic monument
The Hôtel de la Marine, emblematic monument of the Place de la Concorde is a superb architectural ensemble created in the 18th century.
It housed the Garde-Meuble de la Couronne until 1798 before becoming the headquarters of the Ministry of the Navy for more than two hundred years.
Come and visit this unique monument in the heart of Paris and discover its refurnished 18th century apartments, its state rooms and its restaurants in a building entirely restored by the Centre des monuments nationaux.
2 spaces can be made available to you to hold your events:
The Cour de l’Intendant, a covered and heated interior courtyard. The glass roof, a true architectural masterpiece, is designed by Hugh Dutton.
The ceremonial salons and the loggia, offering a masterly view of the Place de la Concorde and the iconic Parisian monuments.
The Hôtel de la Marine hosts all your types of events: cocktail parties, product launches, gala evenings…