- History of Marly-le-Roi
- Taxi shuttle from the Pavillon Henri IV hotel to Orly Airport
- Transfer by van from the Museum of National Archeology to Roissy CDG Airport
Located in the Yvelines department in the Île-de-France region, Marly-le-Roi is a city very proud of its royal origins, while looking to the future. The town is known for its greenery and its urban spaces. It is also rich in heritage sites that you can discover throughout the year.
History of Marly-le-Roi
According to a parchment dated April 25, 697, the city of Marly-le-Roi was already known as Thierry III. This scroll attested to an exchange of land between the abbey and a member of the Merovingian aristocracy. At the time, her name was Mairilacus. The seigneury belonged to the lords of Montmorency until its acquisition by Louis XIV in 1676. Indeed, the heritage of the city is closely linked to Louis XIV and his descendants. The Sun King made "his" castle of Marly. Located on the Plateau du Coeur Volant, it is more intimate than Versailles. The city’s coat of arms is made up of two suns, symbolizing Louis XIV, and eight eagles, arms of the Montmorency, first lords of Marly, accompanied by the two royal colors which are blue and yellow. During the French Revolution, the city bore the name of Marly-la-Machine. With its friendly character, in the 20th century, it attracted painters, poets, writers and sculptors. If you want to visit Marly-le-Roi, we offer a high quality professional transfer service.
Taxi shuttle from the Pavillon Henri IV hotel to Orly Airport
Located in the grounds of the Château de Saint-Germain, a few minutes from Marly-le-Roi, the Pavillon Henri IV is a 4-star establishment that puts you in the ambiance and atmosphere of a home. It offers a view of Paris and high-quality services adapted to your wishes and your budget. It was partially classified as a historic monument in 1988. The hotel has spacious, air-conditioned rooms and suites with flat-screen satellite TV and a private bathroom with a bathtub and a hairdryer. Renowned at the Pavillon Henri IV, its restaurant, listed in the MICHELIN guide, serves fine bourgeois cuisine in an exceptional setting. With its terrace, this panoramic restaurant has a menu adapted to each season with a choice of high quality fresh products. On the 3rd floor, you can enjoy a moment of relaxation in the "Le Ciel" wellness area. For your seminars or business meetings, a space that can accommodate up to 350 people is available. Our professionally trained drivers are at your disposal if you are staying in Marly-le-Roi.
Transfer by van from the Museum of National Archeology to Roissy CDG Airport
Offering a real journey back in time, the National Archaeological Museum was created in 1867 on the initiative of Napoleon III. The latter wanted to collect archaeological evidence from the history of the nation. After the Second World War, the museum was rebuilt. In 2009, the museum, the castle and the gardens were brought together in the same establishment. Currently, around 30,000 archaeological objects on display and conserves around 3 million in its reserves. These objects have stood the test of time since some of them date from the Neolithic, Paleolithic to Mesolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Ages and Roman Gaul. Opening these doors to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., every day except Tuesday, you can also discover comparative archeology, great archaeological sites, the great figures of the castle and many other collections. For your stay, we can provide you with a day chauffeured rental service.