Living and exploring

In the heart of Paris


Between the Folies Bergères and the Opéra Garnier, the gourmet shops of the rue des Martyrs and the enjoyable rue Cadet, the major department stores and the "grands boulevards",

the Faubourg Montmartre neighborhood has become the heart of the Parisian creative community over the past few years, for residents and visitors.

A neighborhood that represents the city of Paris nowadays: a neighborhood of creators and entrepreneurs.

As a place to be, the Parister hotel embodies this dynamic neighborhood, which is both inspiring and inspired.


Inspired by the authentic Parisian neighborhoods, home to many architectural wonders, hidden places and enclosed gardens,

the architecture firm Beckman N'Thépé, one of the most promising of its generation, designed this new-era hotel.

Behind the unassuming facade, you will find large living areas, a small luxurious garden,

and bold and fascinating architecture with beautiful flower boxes hanging under large windows.

The use of a unique material allows the plants to penetrate the facade.

Nature and city are intertwined, old Paris faces new Paris, locals meet visitors:

the Parister hotel is a mix of genres and is steeped in the spirit of the authentic Parisian neighborhoods.


A few places in walking distance:

The Folies Bergères: 3 minutes

The Hôtel Drouot : 5 minutes

The major department stores: Galeries Lafayettes and Le Printemps on Boulevard Haussman: less than15 minutes

The Opéra Garnier: 15 minutes

The Gare du Nord: 15 minutes

The Paris visitor center: 20 minutes

The Montmartre Basilica: 20 minutes

The Moulin Rouge: 20 minutes


And others easily accessible by cab:

The Musée du Louvre: 15 minutes

Notre Dame: 15 minutes

The Fondation Louis Vuitton: 30 minutes


Metro access:

From Cadet metro station on line 7:

only 3 stops to the major department stores and to Opéra, further south and just 2 stops further: the Louvre Museum, as well as Châtelet, Jussieu, and the Porte d'Italie. In the north, you can access the Gare de l'Est, and La Villette a few stops further.

From Notre-Dame-de-Lorette metro station on line 12:

Direct access to the Musée d'Orsay, the Gare Montparnasse, and the porte de Versailles in the south, and to Montmartre and the Sacré Cœur in the north

From Grands Boulevards metro station on line 9:

Direct access to the Champs Élysées, the Trocadéro and Roland-Garros in the west, and to the Place de la République and the Place de la Nation in the east.

Living the parisian life


The following list of restaurants is far from complete, as the Parister hotel is located a neighborhood where creative chefs chose to open up their latest addresses.

On the rue Saulnier alone, you will find Abri Soba and Pas Vu Pas Pris are places that we frequently recommend!

Other addresses:

Le Caillebotte, 8 ure Hippolyte Lebas,9th

Bonhomie, 22 rue d'Enghein, 10th

Pantruche, 3 rue Victor Massé, 9th

Régalade Observatoire, 9 rue du Conservatoire, 9th

Porte 12, 12 rue des Messagères, 9th

Maloka, 28 rue de la Tour d'Auvergne, 9th

L'Office, 3 rue Richer, 9th

Passage 53, 53 passage des Panoramas

Caffé Stern, 47 passage des Panoramas


Unique or classic places to visit:

The Hôtel Drouot, 9 rue Drouot, 9th: Drouot is the oldest public auction house in the world. A true landmark in the art market, a perpetual source of paintings, furniture and art objects from all periods and of various prices, Drouot is a wonderful and ephemeral museum open to everyone.

The Musée Grévin 10 Boulevard Montmartre, 10th: The most entertaining wax museum!

The Mur des Je t'aime, the square Jean Rictus and the Place des Abesses are must sees on the way up to Montmartre. And don't forget to walk by the famous Moulin Rouge!



After a complete busy day of sightseeing, be tempted by a night in one of our elegant and classy hotel rooms.

Your stay in Paris