A quaint hotel with eclectic décor.
In the south of Pigalle, this highly original hotel blends elements ranging from the fifties to the seventies. The 95 rooms and six suites are done in shades of blue, yellow or red, with zebra-patterned rugs and a pair of pouting white lips hung on the walls. In the lobby, a white banquette inspired by the back seat of a Cadillac is spread over a checked carpet; in addition, the reception desk is formed by an array of traveling cases and two white globes, one containing a seat, the other an Internet screen. The breakfast room recalls an American diner with red Formica-topped tables and a self-service counter. In the bar, you’ll find a white chrome counter and black leather stools, along with a stuffed peacock.