NUMBER OF ROOMS: 45 rooms, 4 suites
CLOSED ANNUALLY: Open all year round
THE STORY: Montorgueil, a fashionable village if there ever was one, is no longer a no man’s land for hotels. After three years of assiduous renovations, Dorothée Meilichzon — the star interior designer of the moment (Grand Pigalle Hôtel, Hôtel Paradis, Beef Club…) — has finally finished her interpretation of a four-star hotel. Owned by Samy Marciano, the CEO of Rodier, the Bachaumont is now an Art Deco hotel featuring cool colors (blue, green, gray…), a bar and a restaurant run by the team from the Experimental. The rooms? There are 49 of them, starting at €280 a night, two of which are equipped with a kitchen corner decked out in Cararre marble.
TOILETRIES: Hôtel Bachaumont shampoo, condition, shower gel and body lotion.
INTERNET: Wifi (free and powerful).
BREAKFAST: Continental/American breakfast at €20, with hot drinks, breads, freshly made fruit juices, madeleines, cake, eggs, ham, and a gluten-free option.
MINI-BAR: Yes, with mineral waters, soda, Billecart-Salmon Champagne, along with a courtesy platter with tea or Nespresso coffee. A bottle of mineral water is provided free of charge.
LITTLE LUXURY: The Montmartre suite and its three little balconies with a view of Paris’s rooftops.