Restaurant Marquette opens his doors on March 22, 1968. In the following years, the hotel restaurant grew into a famous hotel with 9 luxury rooms.
Famous guests such as Charles Aznavour, Lance Armstrong and even King Albert II regularly came to visit. Around 1976 the restaurant receives a Michelin star which they unfortunately lost in 1991.
In 2008, after 40 years of service, the owners decide to leave the hotel restaurant to someone else and start enjoying their own retirement. Unfortunately things are not going well anymore, the debts are piling up and in 2011 they will eventually go bankrupt. This was the end of the beautiful Villa Marquette until the army suddenly appeared on the site in 2016 and this started combing out in search of explosives and weapons. This is due to the suspicion that R. Kriket, a 34-year-old terror suspect who was arrested just before that in the Parisian suburb of Argenteuil, has hidden himself there.
Later in 2016, a buyer who wants to demolish the former hotel-restaurant and wants to have 18 new villas built for this has been granted a building permit, but this was canceled in 2017 after complaints from local residents.
So far, there is not really a future for the once beautiful luxury hotel restaurant.