The only town with a thermal baths resort in the Paris region is renowned for its art de vivre and hospitality. Located right by the lake and the Enghien-les-Bains casino, the hotel provides access to the town's main activities. The thermal baths, just opposite Hotel Marie-Louise, are attached to a clinic specialised in treating complaints of the ear, nose, throat, and airways. Le Spark, the well-being centre at the heart of the thermal baths resort, is entirely devoted to relaxation and beauty treatments (infinity pool, aquatic trail, aquagym classes, saunas, steam rooms, etc.)
The lake and its leisure centre invite you to relax and enjoy life at a different pace. Head out on a paddle boat, any afternoon from April to October. Fishing amateurs can purchase a daily or weekly license to angle for carp, roach, perch or pike.
Enghien-les-Bains is a town of water, leisure, and history, but also a town of culture. Take in one of the many music and jazz shows or festivals, especially in summer. The casino theatre, an old-style auditorium with mauve velvet doors, red seats and gold leaf balconies hosts a wide range of shows: singers, concerts, operas, theatre, galas, one man shows, festivals... The auditorium seats 650 people.
Located by the lake and the rose garden, it is a major cultural centre for Enghien-les-Bains. Our hotel, 5 minutes' walk away, is the ideal place to discover and enjoy the town's many delights. Take a walk to the edge of the lake, down roads lined with elegant "art nouveau" villas, massive classical mansions or "art deco" buildings.
The Enghien race course, on the edge of Montmorency forest and 2km from the centre of town is reserved for trotting and obstacle courses. Amateurs and enthusiasts gather in the 44 hectare enclave to enjoy equestrian thrills. Every Sunday, free guided tours are organised to explore behind the scenes at the hippodrome.
In summer, in July and August, you can attend show races and free events with pony rides and stable visits.
Nearby, the national forest of Montmorency, an old royal hunting forest, stretches out over rolling landscapes dotted with historic cites, ponds, belvederes, and magnificent trees, mostly chestnuts. At the heart of the Val d'Oise, the forest is also home to an attractive golf course at Dormont, designed by the famous British architect F. W. Hawtree. Continuing along this route, you will come across the pretty village of Auvers sur Oise, which was the last home of Vincent van Gogh.
It is around 20 minutes' drive from our hotel in Enghien-les-Bains.
If you are looking for a comfortable, peaceful place to stay, where you can visit Paris during the day and get a breath of fresh air at night, don't hesitate to get in touch! Hotel Marie-Louise in Enghien-les-Bains is just 10 minutes' walk from the station. In 15 minutes, you will be at Gare du Nord in Paris, from where you can easily get to the city centre by metro or RER train.
The RER train from Gare du Nord will take you directly to Châtelet, Saint-Michel and Notre-Dame, and to the Jardin du Luxembourg at Denfert-Rochereau.