Hôtel Montmartre Mon amour
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Love is the order of the day at this hotel perched among the rooftops of Montmartre.
Rates: from €80
Added extras: a different exotic scent in every room.
Services: afternoon tea between 2pm and 5pm, as well as an an apéro hour with wine and snacks from 6pm to 8pm, free daily for all paying guests.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic spot par excellence or somewhere close to the Sacré-Cœur, you’ve found the right address. As well as being in one of the “fleur bleue” areas of Paris, this establishment also a little corner of paradise for lovers, thanks to the subtle decor by Sandrine Alouf. With 24 bedrooms (in three categories: classic, superior or deluxe), this chic and intimate hotel is perfect for romantic getaways. Staircases, lifts, walls, leather – red is a recurrent theme here. A vibrant colour especially created by Sandrine Alouf, it plunges the place into sensual universe, just as the rooms do the same. “Paris mon amour,” “Secrets d’amour” and “Stolen kisses” – even their names are an invitation.
Each room has its own combination of colours (gold, red or powder pink blended with pink for an amazing contrast) giving each a unique style. Illustrations of mystical couples and their quotes adorn the walls – Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir are a favourite –so prepare to feel inspired. You’re bound to fall in love with the illuminated desk/dressing table. The mornings are just as sensual as the evenings here, what with their generous breakfast of pancakes, dried fruits, eggs, grilled bacon, yoghurt and even heart-shaped waffles.
To satisfy couples from all four corners of the world, services are adaptable for all guests: choose from rose petals, champagne and other little surprises along the way, making it ideal for wedding nights or to celebrate an engagement. The staff work hard to keep guests loving and happy during their stay. La vie, at Hotel Montmartre Mon Amour, really is en rose.