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Montmartre is a bustling mix of cultures, colours, and styles which changes from one street to another. Ride the funicular (or, for a real workout, climb the steps) to the sublime Sacré-Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) with its inspiring view of the city. The church is surrounded by provincial streets and piano bars where tourists, artists, and street entertainers thrive. At the foot of the hill, Boulevard de Clichy features shops not intended for young audiences, while residences are scattered to the north and east. The diverse population includes a large part from the Arab-speaking world, Africa, and Turkey. It’s a corner of Paris full of life and dynamism with charms that can’t be found anywhere else.
This museum is built out in a house where a couple of famous artists lived. You will learn about their lives and friends and see some of their works. A very cool house with a pretty garden. I loved it.
This cemetery is not that big and famous as Pére Lachaise. But there also some famous people who found their last resting place over here. The most famous one is the tomb of the singer Dalida. They say that Alain Delon payed for her tomb and statue in front of it.
We really enjoy our visit to this collection, very manageable , for 1-2 hours visit . They also have some lithographes on sale . I like Dali , and this is a very nice collection . The neighborhood is very nice , with good restaurants . So you enjoy this part of Paris
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reviewed 1 week ago by krbj2016
A small restaurant, seats only 20 guests - but everything was exceptional; the service, the atmosphere and the meal. A 3 course dinner with wine for 2 people - 160 Euro; the food was of extraordinary quality - this can be highly recommended.
One of the best Michelin experiences I've ever had. We opted for the 3 course lunch menu with wine paring and would definitely say we had our value for money. We received a lovely ames bouche, pre-dessert and mini desserts with our coffees on top of this. The food was outstanding, especially the main meal and passionfruit soufflé for pudding.
Me and my partner couldn’t recommend this place enough.
The meals were gorgeous - from starter main and dessert. Lovely wines.
The steaks were cooked perfectly and very lean piece of fillet and fantastically priced.
Can’t wait to come back to Paris and come again!
The staff are also fantastic !
"Nice, sweet, cozy in a reasonably modern place, in a great location"
reviewed 1 week ago by alaindhoore
Very nice room, good price, nice folks, walking distance to so many things in such a nice area: great recipe for the Great Romantic Week-end in Montmartre. We breakfasted, lunched and dined outside - hence report on hotel kitchen. But the opportunities close by are plenty. And anyway, walking, by taxy, by metro, you’re in Paris: the opportunities for sight-seeing,...
Having travelled for most of my adult life, this was a remarkable discovery; a small boutique hotel, on the edge of Montmarte's cobblestone streets, right beside two excellent bus lines to the city, with views to the Eiffel tower (even though we didn't pay the extra for the Eiffel tower view on the 6th floor, our 3rd floor Executive Suite...
Small room but quaint hotel in a great part of Montmartre. All staff workers were nice & helpful. They have a great little cafe downstairs that serves a good continental breakfast in the morning for reasonable price. Lots of cafes nearby. Close to moulin rouge & metro as well. Price is good too, we spent 6 days here! We love...
Hôtel de Flore was amazing! No frills hotel in Montmartre, exactly what I needed.
The staff were 100% terrific! My smartphone died before I got there, and a new one was sure not in my budget, so I hammered with constant questions. They were all wonderful. Went out of their way to accommodate me.
This hotel is so clean! It's...
This hotel is located in the heart of Paris Red District. Blends well with Moulin Rouge and all the other eccentric shops around. You will have a different perception of the eiffel tower amongst other things:).
However when we got to the hotel we were pleasantly surprised.
The lobby / breakfast area welcomed a cosy feeling of being at home....