The Madeleine - Saint Lazare district
On the right bank of the Seine, the Madeleine - Saint Lazare district with its department stores, luxury apartments and the Elysée Palace, manages to be both chic and 'of the people'. It is a very busy area, as it lies between the Saint-Lazare station and the Madeleine Church and is the location of of many embassies. This area, which is the most populous of the eighth district, is pleasant to go about in at all times of day and night; whether its for shopping, or discovering its major landmarks, or simply immersing yourself in the festive atmosphere of its restaurants and cafes.
Lodgis have selected the best apartments in the district of Madeleine – Saint Lazare in Paris. These apartments have been visited and checked by our staff to make sure that your stay in Paris is pleasant and stress-free.
Your stay in the district of Madeleine - St Lazare in Paris
One of the many good reasons for staying in the Madeleine - Saint Lazare district whilst in Paris, is the central location of the district, which is served by three subway stations of Line 14 (Havre-Caumartin, Madeleine and Saint Lazare) and a Line 2 station (St. Augustine). In Saint-Lazare, these numerous connections will allow you to easily visit other districts of the capital.
If you pass by this station, have a good look at its façade, roof and waiting hall- the station building is actually classed as a historical monument.
Madeleine - Saint Lazare is a neighbourhood that shopaholics will love, thanks to the presence of Galeries Lafayette and Printemps, two legendary stores that presently occupy much of the Haussman Boulevard. You can buy many ready-to-wear brands, as well as high fashion, cosmetics and jewellery. Don't miss the golden dome of the Galeries Lafayette or the beautiful view of Paris from the top floor terrace!
The church of the Madeleine has the appearance of an ancient temple with its Corinthian columns and dominates the square of the same name. After visiting the church, you could explore the Gallery of the Madeleine, whose entrance is marked by two caryatids, and where you will find some upmarket shops.
Then proceed to visit the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, and discover the Elysée Palace, the former imperial residence where the President of the Republic currently resides.
The Hôtel de Beauvau is only a few metres away, and has been the home of the Ministry of the Interior since the late nineteenth century.
Staying in the district of Madeleine-Saint Lazare is another way to discover Paris, thanks to the multitude of activities that can be found there. Lodgis offers you the chance to select the best apartments in the area for your next holiday in Paris.
We also have apartments in other neighbourhoods of the 8th district of Paris, such as Champs-Elysees and Monceau.