Fall in love with Grand Pigalle Hotel, a charming Art Deco abode tucked away in Paris' sought-after South Pigalle neighbourhood (or SoPi), a cosmopolitan and festive quarter in the 9th arrondissement, conquered by trendsetting Parisians. Housed in a classically Haussmannian building at the corner of street Victor-Massé and Henry Monnier, this luxurious hotel embodies the revival of this historic neighbourhood. Each of the 37 exquisitely appointed boutique rooms conveys its unique personality through a design of geometric prints, deep emerald walls and opulent brass finishes.
Bordered by the popular Montmarte and Opéra districts, South Pigalle is the finest place to embrace authentic art de vivre. By day, stroll the leafy streets lined with concept fashion houses and quaint cafés; by night, neon-lit laneways become animated with eclectic cocktail bars, progressive bistros and, of course, the iconic Moulin Rouge — located less than a 10-minute walk away. When you're not fine-dining at the hotel's indulgent Frenchie Pigalle restaurant (spearheaded by Michelin-starred chef Gregory Marchand), head out to explore some of the city's most iconic sights, from the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre and stunning Sacré-Cœur — which is only 15 minutes' walk away.
Rooftop Upgrade: Located on the top floor, these gorgeous, angular rooftop suites boast charming views across the Montmarte district and Sacré-Cœur.