NUMBER OF ROOMS: 106 rooms
CLOSED ANNUALLY: Open all year round
THE STORY: A marble staircase, a wood and cast-iron elevator, a masterful library… Say goodbye to the dusty Hôtel Carlton! Behind a façade that’s very typical of 1920s Pigalle, you’ll now find the Hôtel Rochechouart. Under the direction of the Orso group, the Festen architects decided to pay homage to the Roaring Twenties with plenty of art deco touches: in the restaurant (tawny benches, alabaster suspension lamps); and in the hundred-some rooms (brass light fixtures, burl wood headboards, tiled bathrooms, tones of muted green, bronze, tobacco and dusty yellow), some of which are equipped with balconies. Not to mention the rooftop bar with panoramic views of Albert Kahn’s Paris – Montmartre and the Eiffel Tower included… Breathtaking! Rooms starting at €190 a night, suites starting at €260.
TOILETRIES: Colomba fig and wild fennel shampoo and body wash.
BREAKFAST: Included, with coffee or tea, seasonal fruit juice, homemade granola, breads, viennoiseries, jams…
LITTLE LUXURY: The suites on the eighth floor, where you can admire Sacré-Cœur from your bed!