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  • Non-Smoking Hotel

    Non-Smoking Hotel

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    Vegan Food Options

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Green Features

  • Towel Program

  • Recycle Program

    Glass, Paper, Plastic

  • LED Lighting

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Community Impact

  • Local Artist Program

  • Local Community Mentorship

  • Locally Sourced Furnishings

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Le Pigalle ushers in a new era of authentic chic to its surrounding neighborhood while honoring its past.

The Setting

Situated on the southern slopes of Montmartre (across the street from a certain red-colored cabaret) is Le Pigalle, affectionately named for the Pigalle district in which it holds court. Pigalle has long been a tawdry and debaucherous beacon for late 19th and 20th century revelers, artists and musicians. Today, the neighborhood is red hot, albeit, still a little tawdry, and Le Pigalle pays homage to that past and the neighborhood with impeccable taste. The croissants are provided by the nearby bakery, the books are selected by the local bookstore, the vintage furniture was hand-picked at local flea markets and the music chosen by a neighborhood DJ who also is an album collector and happens to be born in Pigalle. Local artists, shopkeepers and restaurant owners are all apart of this mix, and they all have something to say about their neighborhood.

Sleep and Sanctuary

Le Pigalle’s 40 uniquely decorated (and pet-friendly) rooms range from twin bunk style dorm dwelling to rock star suite geared towards the artistically inclined, and are a reflection of the bustling colorful street life beaming outside its walls.  The rooms are full of art, local photographs of surrounding life, second hand vintage furnishings, hand-picked vinyl records, old books, leather-upholstered bars, and a delightful selection of Parisian knick-knacks. Just to bridge the past and present of Paris you’ll find modern touches like individually curated iPads with high tech sound systems and eco-posh Le Labo bath products. We’d say the goal of feeling like you’re staying in a local friend’s flat (a friend with immaculate taste and culture) has certainly been realized.

Eat. Pray. Eat.

Local, natural and genuine is the ethos at Le Pigalle’s ground floor restaurant. The distinctly local flavor has been put together with local retailers and growers who are as eclectic as the hotel itself. This decidedly seasonal menu is available on the ground floor or from room service 24 hours a day. The wine list (natural wines for the most part) and bar menu follow the same philosophy, with the emphasis on simplicity and accessibility rather than fancy concept beverages. Exceptionally good coffee is sold for one Euro in case you’re up writing that sequel to The Sun Also Rises. 

The Art of De-stressing

The hotel lacks the spa or gym typically associated as the de-stressing amenities du jour, therefore we recommend keeping it old school.  Grab a book from your room’s collection and wander the streets of Montmartre, or simply throw on some vinyl and open up your windows and take in the sights and sounds while repeating this mantra, “ I’m in Pigalle.” Should do the trick.

  • Airport Transportation

  • Public Transportation

  • Family Friendly

  • Air Conditioning

  • Ipod Dock

  • Laundry Facility

  • Restaurant

  • Bar Lounge

  • Complimentary Newspaper

  • Library

  • Room Service

  • Flat Screen TV

  • Minibar

  • Hotel Mobile App

  • Baby Crib Service

  • Concierge

  • Complimentary WiFi

  • Entertainment

  • Pet Friendly

    Dog, Cat, Ferret

  • Handicap Accessible

    Hearing impaired, vision impaired, physical disabilities, accessible travel paths

Guest Rooms
  • The Pigalle Bunk Beds twin rooms have bunks for a fun dormitory-type experience, and can be paired with adjoining rooms, which have a communicating door. You’ll find similar comforts to the other rooms like courtyard views, a bathroom with shower and ceramic pedestal basin, in-room iPads with personalized music selections to blast on your high quality sound system and offbeat vintage furniture.
  • Pigalle 12 is designed as a comfortable room for one, Pigalle 12 is ideal for a stopover in Paris for individual travellers. With its record player and personal bar, it’s the perfect place to soak up the true Pigalle vibe.
  • The Pigalle 15 is a typically Parisian mini-studio featuring a queen size bed, with an open-plan bathroom and shower. Looking more like a home than a hotel, it’s the perfect pied-à-terre from which to explore the neighborhood. Add a fitted wardrobe and attractive courtyard view, to boot.
  • With its bar and close-up view of the neighborhood, the Pigalle 17 is as multifaceted as Pigalle itself. The open-plan bathroom and shower create an intimate feel, making the room perfect for couples, and the interior has been beautifully decorated by Le Pigalle’s team of local collaborators. Pour a cocktail from your large leather-upholstered bar and enjoy views of Rue Frochot or the rooftops of Pigalle.
  • In the Pigalle 21, DJ Victor Kiswell has assembled a selection of rare historic vinyls to express the spirit of Pigalle. The turntable takes you on a journey through the city’s musical past, with the leather-upholstered bar acting as a throwback to the golden era of the 1920s. Some rooms have views of the street  and Sacre Coeur while others, the courtyard.
  • The Pigalle 22 is particularly spacious and homely, with a large bed and a bath in the bedroom itself. Lovers of life’s creature comforts will find it a haven of tranquillity after the frenetic pace of life outside, a voluptuous cocoon lined with inspiring works of art. Find a mobile bar should you take your Vieux Carre in the free-standing bath or admiring views from your small rooftop courtyard.
  • Come and be king or queen for the day in this spacious regal suite, Pigalle 33, with its turntable and rare selection of historic vinyl, lovingly selected by Victor Kiswell to express the spirit of Pigalle and its musical past. There’s also a well-stocked bar and a sumptuous bath: pure rock ‘n’ roll luxury!


Special Rooms
  • Check In
    3:00 p.m.
  • Check Out
    12:00 p.m.
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9 Rue Frochot, 75009 Paris, France

By plane
  • 28 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) (taxi approx: $55-$75)
  • 28.6 km from Paris Orly Airport (ORY) (taxi approx: $40-$55)
By Train
  • From CDG, at Aeroport Cdg 1 take B to Paris Nord $12, walk the remaining 20 min, take bus 54 $3 at Valenciennes to Pigalle, Metro, or taxi stand outside Gare du Nord station.
  • From ORY, at Orly 4 take ORLYVAL $11, transfer at Antony to B $2-$4 to Paris Nord
By Bus/Metro
  • From CDG, take ROISSYBUS $15 to Opera, walk or taxi remaining 4,000 ft.
  • From ORY, take Paris Aeroport Orly Bus 1-4 to Etoile/Champs Elysees $1-$21, transfer to Charles de Gaulle/Etoile subway to Pigalle $3, walk remaining 2 min.
    • Paris has an extensive Metro system and is easy to use and understand. Pigalle is the nearest Metro stop and can be reached from all major stations. Here’s a map: http://metromap.fr/en
. By Automobile
  • From CDG, get on A1 in Roissy-en-France from Route des Peupliers, follow A1 Rue Jean Henri Fabrique to exit D14 from Bd Périphérique, continue on Rue Jean Henri Fabrique to Boulevard de Clichy to Rue Frochot. 
  • Drive from ORY is about 12 miles and takes 19 min in light traffic, check local maps for routes.
  • Paid public parking nearby.
By Uber
  • From CDG, approx: $55-$65
  • From ORY, approx: $50-$60
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