In the up and coming South Pigalle neighborhood, Le Grand Pigalle, a private estate where Toulouse-Lautrec once lived, is now a trendy and comfortable 37 rooms boutique hotel. Founded by three friends: Romée de Goriainoff, Pierre-Charles Cros and Olivier Bon, the concept conveyed is of “Bed & Beverage”. In an area where you see a surge of cocktail bars, Le Grand Pigalle is within its element with its restaurant and wine bar.

Designed by Dorothée Meilichzon (founder of Agency CHZON that designed many of Paris cocktails bars such as the Prescription Cocktail Club), the décor is cultivated, casual mixing modernity with an air of nostalgia.

The rooms reveal a bohemian spirit with a special attention to octagonal design, custom-made mahogany desks, drawer handles and doorknobs, window frames, textured wallpapers.

Guests have the choice between the Sopi Rooms (14m²), the Pigalle Rooms (15m²), Henry Monnier Rooms (16m²) (overlooking the Rue Henry Monnier), Le Grand Pigalle rooms (20m²) and Parisian Roofs (25m²) (decked with a bar and sitting area).

All rooms have an en suite bathroom with custom tiling & rainforest shower. Guests can also enjoy balconies in the last three options.

Amenities : Room service 24/7, High speed wifi, Non smoking rooms, Minibar with local French products & signature bottled cocktails by Experimental Cocktail Club, VoIP phone, HD TV flat screen and REVO radio.
In the mood for : stylish, nostalgic, trendy
Extras : Restaurant & Wine Bar.
Price Range : From 150 Euros.
Contact : Tél : (+33)1 85 73 12 00 –
Take me there : 29 Rue Victor Massé, (75009) Paris, South Pigalle, France

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