Le Pigalle

Celebrating authenticity and the charm of the Pigalle neighborhood along with its “Nouvelle Athènes” style, this cozy Parisian hotel embraces the area’s vibrant spirit. Le Pigalle features 40 rooms and a suite decorated with artworks, photographs, and objects created by local artists and artisans. If you stay here, you’ll be able to enjoy freshly baked goods delivered straight from a local bakery. On the ground floor, the restaurant, bar, and café offer beautiful views of the neighborhood, while the vinyl library and book kiosk provide the perfect chance to chat with the locals.  

Le Pigalle

  • 9 Rue Frochot, 75009 Paris, France

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