If you are looking for a unique, out of time hotel, combining charm, romance and a change of scene, the Hôtel Particulier Montmartre will meet all your expectations. Nestling on the Montmartre hill, the Hôtel Particulier is an old 19th century bourgeois residence that once belonged to the Hermès family and is bordered by a 900m2 garden. Hidden behind number 23 on the discreet and elegant Avenue Junot and overlooking a paved passage once open to the public, visitors are invited to ring the bell and pass through a gate to enter a country atmosphere as Montmartre still has the secret. In addition to its magical location, the Hôtel Particulier has the particularity of being the smallest hotel in Paris with only 5 suites decorated by artists. A restaurant and a bar complete the décor of this unmissable place for epicureans. On sunny days the garden offers lovers a divine place outside the city, ideal for a discreet rendezvous or a romantic surprise. An address both elegant and bucolic, the Hôtel Particulier is a place like no other in Paris. Then climb the hill and nestle in this green setting for a drink, dinner or overnight stay. A secret and magical address to keep preciously in your address book.
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