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Montmartre is a bustling mix of cultures, colors, and styles which changes from one street to another. Ride the funicular (or, for a real workout, climb the steps) to the sublime Sacré-Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) with its inspiring view of the city. The church is surrounded by provincial streets and piano bars where tourists, artists, and street entertainers thrive. At the foot of the hill, Boulevard de Clichy features shops not intended for young audiences, while residences are scattered to the north and east. The diverse population includes a large part from the Arab-speaking world, Africa, and Turkey. It’s a corner of Paris full of life and dynamism with charms that can’t be found anywhere else.
It is located in the top of a hill, the view is spectacular from there. Outskirts are fascinating, there are a lot of bars, small restaurants, a lot of people walking, parks, narrow streets full of artists and painters .
After visiting the blockbuster museums like the Beaubourg and the Dorsay, don't miss the Montmartre Musee, which is mainly historical background with a few major works of art. It is in Renoir's home and adjacent restored gardens and buildings nearby including Anete Vallon's flat. In winter there are very few visitors, incontrast to the herds jamming the Dorsay. I especially...
This cemetery is not that big and famous as Pére Lachaise. But there also some famous people who found their last resting place over here. The most famous one is the tomb of the singer Dalida. They say that Alain Delon payed for her tomb and statue in front of it.
We really enjoy our visit to this collection, very manageable , for 1-2 hours visit . They also have some lithographes on sale . I like Dali , and this is a very nice collection . The neighborhood is very nice , with good restaurants . So you enjoy this part of Paris
$$ - $$$ • French, Asian, Korean, Fusion, European
"Anniversary dinner "
reviewed 2 weeks ago by AndreasG735
This little quiet place in the district of Montmartre will astonish you. Victor meets you at the door to his and his wife’s establishment with a smile and an exceptional knowledge of French and Korean cuisine. His engaging personality brings your dinner experience to a new level. And the food.... fantastic flavors meet in this fusion kitchen. You will find...
By hasard we booked on this small restaurant attracted by his formules where you just selected how many courses you want. And after the chief has his own selection.
Amazing parfum on each plate it was light and perfect.
We saw he won 1 star in Michelin and it s normal award for his talent
Don’t hesitate to book only...
This hotel was recommended to us by family so we had high expectations and it didn’t disappoint.
Fantastic room, amazing views and all the staff were friendly and helpful.
Rooftop bar and restaurant are a must visit.
We will definitely be returning.
The hotel was in a great location surrounded by some great bistros and independent shops in an extremely pretty area. The staff were friendly and helpful and the room was spacious and quiet. I wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again when next in Paris.
"Nice hotel, excellent service & staff, great location"
reviewed 4 days ago by SandraAita
Hotel is very nice, location is perfect, close to many restaurants, attractions, and the Metro station. Room and bathroom were a bit small, but for Paris standards, I think was more than OK, the important is that both were very clean and nice. The staff is super friendly and supportive, they welcome us with a nice card and a drink...
Unfortunately our stay was cut short( through no fault of the hotel) and we were only here for one night instead of the three nights we had planned.however the hotel was very clean and all of the reception staff were very helpful including arranging alternative taxi return to the airport when our pre booked taxi refused to change the booking...
This hotel is located in the heart of Paris Red District. Blends well with Moulin Rouge and all the other eccentric shops around. You will have a different perception of the eiffel tower amongst other things:).
However when we got to the hotel we were pleasantly surprised.
The lobby / breakfast area welcomed a cosy feeling of being at home....