L’Hotel Particulier Montmartre is a little gem, a unique kind of hotel, a place unlike any other that is located in Montmartre and that is probably most distinguishable for its charm. The hidden street to access l’Hôtel Particulier Montmartre is unbelievably fairytale-esque; its name is nothing less than le Passage du Rocher de la Sorcière (the passage of the witch’s rock!) The gate hides a beautiful garden—the kind you don’t find in Paris unless you own a hotel particulier or something of a certain opulence; it is designed by landscape artist Louis Benech who renovated the Jardins des Tuileries and the Jardins de l’Elysée (the gardens of the presidential home.) Last but not least, if you walk through the Passage du Rocher de la Sorcière you’ll pass by one of the oldest pétanque (bocce ball) fields in Paris, a place so typically French that you will have the quintessential French experience in just the blink of an eye.
Only Five suites in this hotel. Rates go from 290€ to 490€ in low season and from 390€ to 590€ in high season. L’Hôtel Particulier Montmartre also rents rooms for special events (seminars, press conferences, private parties…) Bookings can be done online. Check out their website for photos and press releases.
Hôtel Particulier Montmartre
23 Avenue Junot