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Hotel Rochechouart is one of seven Paris properties belonging to French-owned Orso Hotels. This one is set in trendy Montmartre and launched in October 2022, a masterful restoration of a nine-storey hotel that originally opened in 1929. Channelling the bohemian spirit of the Roaring Twenties, its star attraction is an elegant Art Deco brasserie that attracts a fun crowd at weekends with some diners then progressing (in the winter season) to Le Mikado nightclub on the floor below. In summer, the action switches to a small roof terrace with a bar and fine views of Paris. The period mood continues in 106 well-appointed guest rooms that match wood, brass and marble elements with a palette of green, brown and terracotta.

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Nigel Tisdall
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Nigel Tisdall is an award-winning travel writer who contributes frequently to leading UK titles such as the Telegraph, Times, Mail and Financial Times. He has visited over a hundred countries and specialises in luxury, adventure, heritage and the Caribbean.



Scruffy and authentic, Montmartre is a joy to explore with its independent shops, quirky museums and high class food stores lining rue des Martyrs.

The hotel is a short walk away from the Basilica Sacré-Cœur and Square Louise Michel.
By plane: flights from London or Manchester to Paris Charles De Gaulle take 1 hour 15 minutes and the hotel is 30 minutes' drive. Paid parking nearby.
By train: Eurostar from London to Paris Gare du Nord takes 2 hours 20 minutes and the hotel is a 15-minute walk.

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Style & Character

The hotel suits night owls, party people and returning visitors keen to discover a new area of Paris. Both the hotel and restaurant attract a young and fashionable crowd. Owner Orso Hotels has published an inspirational guide to its 100 favourite places around Paris which you can buy at reception.

Service & Facilities

In summer, the partying switches to the 9th floor roof terrace with a cocktail bar and fabulous views over the city.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Free Wi-Fi


If you like a view, go for a room on the 6th floor or above; those on the corner are spacious and characterful. The rooms are cosy and romantic with snow-white beds, brass lamps, small pieces of art and in some cases, a sloping ceiling.

Classic, Deluxe, Executive, Junior Suite, Grand Junior Suite, Deluxe Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiltetries, hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities, Nespresso machine, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The intriguing cocktail list features an armagnac-based 'Oh My Dogness' and an absinthe-laced 'Prélude Gourmand'. Try to visit the restaurant on a Thursday when there is excellent live music. We loved the mushroom soup with black truffle, followed by sole Mikado with capers and lemon sauce. Classic desserts include poire Belle Hélène and île flottante.

Restaurant Rochechouart: bistro, seasonal menus, traditional French cuisine. Open Tue-Sat for lunch and dinner, Sun for lunch.
Rooftop terrace: garden vibes, cosy benches. Open seasonally for drinks and light bites.

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