Paris, France

Pulitzer Paris Hotel

Price per night from$357.17

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (inclusive of taxes and fees) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR327.90), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Bonhomie central


Grands Boulevards basecamp

Where lesser urban stays are defined by brisk practicality, at Pulitzer Paris Hotel – a newcomer to the ninth arrondissement – there’s an emphasis on sociable skulking that stands out in the Parisian crowd. Adjoining stuccoed townhouses have been overhauled into a cocoon of calm, clad in wood and suffused with a golden glow from clever lighting; deftly curated interiors adorned with art bolster its appeal. In addition to smart coffee-and-cream rooms and covetable suites in the eaves, eye-catching spaces to dine, drink and loiter include a cosy breakfast room, a den of plump sofas in the laid-back lobby bar and the hotel’s pièce de résistance: a plant-strewn covered patio that’s a seductive spot for cafés or apéritifs

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Photos Pulitzer Paris Hotel facilities

Need to know


44, including one suite.


Noon. Earliest check-in, 3pm. Both are flexible, subject to availability.


Double rooms from £132.81 (€157), including tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €8.13 per person per night on check-out.

More details

Rates don’t include breakfast, but there are buffet and à la carte options at the hotel (from €22). Complimentary upgrades to the Signature Mansarde rooms are available for GoldSmiths staying in the Signature rooms (subject to availability).


There are lifts at the hotel and two wheelchair-accessible superior rooms with adapted ensuites.

At the hotel

Lobby bar and heated, covered patio. In rooms: free WiFi, flatscreen TV, free filtered water.

Our favourite rooms

Neutral-hued rooms of all sizes come with framed prints, textured wall panels and woven-string lampshades that lend interest. And what some rooms lack in square metres they make up for with a raft of modcons, solid soundproofing and helpful service on tap. Extra Mansarde suites have the best Parisian panoramas, space to sit and relax and a secluded spot on the fifth floor.

Packing tips

When in the French capital, accessories are your secret weapon: channel Parisian polish with designer scarves, hats, and a rotation of sunglasses, as well as a selection of coats and blazers.


This newcomer to the Ninth has sister hotels with Smith form in Hotel Pulitzer Barcelona and Hotel Pulitzer Buenos Aires.


Pooches (up to 8kg) are very welcome at this central Paris stay. For €30 a night, dogs can stay in the Pulitzer Suite, Pulitzer Extra and Extra Mansarde rooms; water, bowls and a bed are included. See more pet-friendly hotels in Paris.


Welcome. Under-14s are charged as children and there are connecting standard and superior rooms.

Food and Drink

Photos Pulitzer Paris Hotel food and drink

Top Table

At the centre of the breakfast room a communal table basks in the glow of statement pendant lamps and the opportunity to nod bonjour at fellow coffee drinkers.

Dress Code

Anything smarter than jeans: tailored separates or linen pieces fit for a flâneur will do nicely.

Hotel restaurant

Off the lobby, Pulitzer Paris Hotel’s restaurant will open for dinner in due course and we can’t wait to see what its Mediterranean menu brings; for now, breakfast is the main event in a cosy space across the walkway from the covered patio: a polished continental affair, it features syrupy petits cafés, butter-shiny pastries, granola made freshly in small batches, fruit, cheese and charcuterie.

Hotel bar

Clad in mirror tiles with elegantly filed rows of spirit bottles, Pulitzer Paris Hotel’s bar is quite the glittering enticement: where you choose to enjoy your flute of champagne, gin-tonic or coffee is up to you, with plump sofas dotted around the lobby, tables beside the bar and of course the allure of the bench-lined covered patio.  

Last orders

Breakfast is served 7am–11am. The bar pours from 12pm till 11.30pm.

Room service

Once the restaurant is up and running, the room service menu will be, too.


Photos Pulitzer Paris Hotel location
Pulitzer Paris Hotel
23 Rue du Faubourg Montmartre

A rising star in the capital’s Opéra district, Pulitzer Paris Hotel is on Rue du Faubourg Montmartre in the 9ème arrondissement of central Paris.


Paris-Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports are 40 and 50 minutes from the hotel respectively ( Private taxi transfers from airport to hotel will cost €45–€60.


Gare du Nord is a 10-minute taxi ride from the hotel. Grands Boulevards (lines 8 and 9) and Le Peletier (line 7) are the nearest Métro stations.


Driving in central Paris is not recommended, but if you wheely must, there’s covered parking on Rue Chauchat, a few minutes’ walk from the hotel.

Worth getting out of bed for

The ninth arrondissement around Grands Boulevards is rich in antique passages (covered arcades) housing one-off boutiques and the occasional tearoom and an architectural spectacle in their own right: on your wanders, check out Passage Jouffroy, Passage Verdeau, Gallerie Vivienne (behind the Richlieu library) and the original, Passage des Panoramas. Other grandes dames on your doorstep include Galeries Lafayette’s flagship store, stalwart music hall the Olympia and art deco cinema le Grand Rex (also a concert space and regular host of Hollywood movie premieres), as well as colonnaded opera house Palais Garnier. A bouquet’s throw from the latter is the Perfume Museum, which successfully makes sense of making scents. Art lovers should tee up a walking tour around Pigalle and the red light district’s Boulevard de Clichy, taking in the haunts of Picasso, Degas and Toulouse-Lautrec.

Local restaurants

On Rue La Bruyère in the Ninth, chalkboard menus and chequered tiles create a classic setting for work-of-art French cuisine at Les Canailles – an upscale spot to enjoy dishes such as marinated sea bass in fennel cream, thyme-roasted rack of veal and Grand Marnier soufflé. As the name suggests, Bien Elevé on Rue Richer is all about responsibly reared meat (steak-frites, suprême de volaille and cuts of the day): but it’s also about delicate plates of fish, finessed desserts and assiettes du fromage, a French wine list long on Loire whites and Bordeaux reds and a smart teal-blue dining room in which to enjoy it all. For fans of fromage, Monbleu restaurants are the last word in curds and their Faubourg-Montmartre outpost is on your doorstep: everything from Comté-coated pasta to burrata salad, cheeseburgers, croquettes and tartiflette demonstrate why cheese is king. 

Local bars

For drinks, Copper Bay has an excellent array of cocktails made by three in-house bartenders. For those looking for something more discreet, head over to Pink Mamma and ask one of the hostesses to direct you to the No Entry speakeasy, hidden in the heart of this atmospheric Italian restaurant.


Photos Pulitzer Paris Hotel reviews
Marisa Meltzer

Anonymous review

By Marisa Meltzer, Style and wellness scribe

I’ve visited Paris almost every year – sometimes twice – for the past 25 years and the 9th arrondissement has emerged as possibly my favourite place to stay. Its appeal is broad – a shared history with Degas, Picasso and Toulouse-Lautrec for art lovers; more than a hint of grit in its proximity to red-light district Pigalle, and covered arcades and colonnaded concert halls to delight romance-seekers. So I was thrilled to be checking into the Pulitzer Paris Hotel, which sits pretty there on the Rue du Faubourg Montmartre.

The hotel is in a bustling part of the city, just a few steps away from the legendary Bouillon Chartier restaurant, the Musée Grevin with its delightfully camp waxworks, and the buzzed-about falafel and roasted cauliflower at Miznon. A five-minute stroll away lies the Rue des Martyrs, which is one of the best streets for food shopping in the world. Don’t miss Rose Bakery and definitely follow your nose to each of the many cheese shops. The Marais neighbourhood and the department stores of the Grand Boulevards are all within walking distance too. It’s Paris – why not be a flâneur?

On first glance, there’s an air of old-fashioned romance about Pulitzer Paris Hotel, too – its 19th-century townhouse façade on an elegant thoroughfare lending grandeur. But to focus on its history does a disservice to the modern seduction that awaits within, where it matches practicality with panache. Rooms are crisp, contemporary, comfortably appointed and well soundproofed; despite the centrality of the location, the Pulitzer is pin-drop-quiet. Rooms are double-glazed, so even those facing the lively street can’t hear a thing. They’re a bit on the petite side, too, but the beds have incredible mattresses and each has a thoughtful layout; there’s a lot of closet space and a bathroom with a massive shower (and great water pressure), so I didn’t feel cramped. The Nespresso machine was a nice touch for the jet-lagged.

The staff are very sweet and accommodating; they’re fluent in several languages and will do things like leave bouquets of flowers in the rooms of long-stay guests. I had a package couriered to my room and they signed for it and brought it to my room without the phone calls and faff some hotels give you. If you flew in early, as I did, and your room isn’t yet ready, they will gladly store your luggage while you – pro tip – go for a steam at the nearby Hammam des Bains du Marais.

For those of us for whom a holiday really means one thing and one thing only: a lazy hotel breakfast – the Pulitzer does not disappoint. The coffee and espresso drinks are strong and there’s an array of fresh pastries, breads, homemade jams, granola, meats, cheeses, fresh fruit… And you can go even more decadent if you wish, ordering off a menu with avocado toast, omelettes and crêpes. Confident this Opéra district address can compete with the bars and restaurants nearby (in which staff are well versed to assist sorties), the hotel also has a spruce lobby bar and plant-dotted heated patio, where, come evening, you can sit with a glass of champagne and a cheese and charcuterie board before enjoying a night at the opera down the street. 

Pulitzer Hotel Paris is hard to beat for its super-central location and budget-friendly price. It’s that rare deal, where you needn’t sacrifice luxury for value.

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