Need to know
Noon, but flexible, depending on the next guests. Check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $433.57 (€355), excluding tax at 10 per cent.
Rates exclude breakfast, €25.
The garden – an unexpected delight in the midst of bustly Montmartre – is as much as work of art as the rest of the hotel. Landscaper Louis Bénech (who also created the Jardin des Tuileries) has woven the serene and leafy space with shady nooks and a tinkling fountain. The hotel also has a trio of chickens, who you may spot bumbling around outdoors.
At the hotel
Garden; courtyard; lobby lounge; library with dozens of contemporary art and design books; CDs and DVDs; free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV; DVD/CD; minibar; Annick Goutal products.
Our favourite rooms
Hôtel Particulier’s handful of suites were all designed by Morgane Rousseau, with featured works by different artists, and each is packed with personality. We’d stay in Trees with Ears for the name alone, but it’s also invitingly spacious, draped in tactile velvet and full of antiques. Details such as Japanese-silk-lined walls and baroque-style his-and-hers sinks make it an indulgent stay for twosomes. Vitrine, created by sculptor Philippe Mayaux, is a saucier stay altogether, with its cabinet of highly suggestive blown-glass objects and a big steam room. The arboreal wallpaper in Jacuzzi-equipped Vegetal makes you feel as though you’re sleeping in a light-dappled forest glade.
Your chosen artistic medium – paints, camera, or sculpting materials – the hotel is steeped in art, and some of the inspiration is bound to rub off.
The hotel can arrange in-room massages and hairdressing. You may smoke in the garden only.
‘Very small’ pets only. That’s dogs, not gerbils. See more pet-friendly hotels in Paris.
Although there are no dedicated children’s facilities, little ones are welcome and baby cots or extra beds are provided free in parents' rooms.