Hôtel Particulier Montmartre
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The main gate of this former mansion turned hotel can be easy to miss, but once you walk through it, you’ll be in a fairy-tale setting. You can even see the Eiffel Tower as you arrive. The downstairs lounge, with candles and red velvet chairs, is perfect for a date. But cocktails like the Lolita, made with absinthe, can be pricey. Springtime, when you can enjoy the garden, designed by the same renowned landscape artist as the Jardin des Tuileries. It’s surrounded by so many plants and birds chirping that you feel like you’re in a rainforest.
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Hidden gem, hideaway from the very busy Montmartre, you can sip a glass of champagne in a quiet garden.
This is the cutest place in Paris, outside of the crowd. Ideal for couples to get a drink, it's very romantic in the middle of Montmartre in a Hôtel Particulier which is a typical parisian house which is now a hotel, bar and restaurant. Good cocktails, a very parisian address and must-go!
Hidden away in an old Private Home, this is a great place to have a drink or dinner - the peace and quiet of this place will surprise you.
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