L’Hôtel of the week: Hotel Particulier Montmartre

Vegetale bedroom, Hotel Particulier
Our offer of the year – 2 nights for the price of 1 – across a wealth of properties in the UK, Paris and Morocco has been behind many a judging decision when it comes to pinpointing Hotel of the week of late. Now, the offer has just one week left to run. You’ve got just seven days to book a half-price stay at
Hotel Particulier Montmartre.

Style Art house opulence
Setting Serene secret garden

hotelparticuliermontmartreWhy this week? All you need is a couple of days’ annual leave, a mere 390 euro, and a penchant for autumnal Montmartre. Falling leaves, fairy lights and a bohemian air await in this eternally elegant district brimming with art and soul. The creative vibe is reflected at Hotel Particulier, too. One room wallpapered to resemble a Technicolor forest canopy, another ornamented with saucily suggestive blown-glass; yet another featuring hats for lampshades and a transparent glass wall into the marble bathroom – every nook of Hotel Particulier Montmartre contains a gorgeous visual surprise.

treewithearsbedroomMr & Mrs Smith say ‘Housed in a hidden garden on the Montmartre Hillside, between prestigious avenue Junot and lively rue Lepic, L’Hotel Particulier is an unexpected bubble of tranquillity in one of Paris’ most thrill-a-minute districts. The owners have recruited five contemporary artists to imbue each suite with their signature styles. We are especially enamoured with illustrator Pierre Fichefeux’s ‘Tree with Ears’ – partly for the name, admittedly, and partly for the one-of-a-kind abstract wallpaper and the Dali-influenced opulence of the fittings. A very special stay indeed’.

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  1. Erica at 10:48 pm

    L’Hotel Particulier looks like such a an adorable place to stay. I would love to spend a night or two in the room pictured above.

  2. Kate Author at 12:09 pm

    I know, me too, thanks Erica. It’s the Vegetal room. Martine Aballéa designed it to look like a light-dappled forest canopy.

  3. Loic at 12:41 am

    I love the style and the design of this hotel. For me is the best.

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