The 1871 mansion that formerly housed members of the Hermès and Rothschild families still stands at the top of Montmartre Hill. This hidden 19th-century mansion was transformed into the Hôtel Particulier Montmartre, which is in the “little black book” of Parisian A-listers. The spacious and eclectic suites, combined with the modern cocktail bar, hidden from the outside world, make up the epitome of Parisian elegance. Locating the unmarked black gate at Av. Junot Pavillon D 23, guests feel the cosmopolitan aura at every point of the venue upon entering.
All of Montmartre’s major attractions are within easy reach, such as the Basilique du Sacré Coeur, the great Musée de Montmartre with its gardens, where Renoir had an art workshop, and the Clos de Montmartre vineyards. In winter, a fireside breakfast is offered in Le Grand Salon, the hotel’s elegant restaurant with a short but interesting menu, mixing the flavours of the world with French cuisine. Without a doubt, the big trump cards are the lush walled garden with plenty of space to relax under the trees and the adjacent pétanque court. The furnishings combine seasonal pieces with rich fabrics and beautiful tapestries, and the shady garden with its century-old trees in summer is one of the most sought-after in Paris.