Nestled within a private garden of 900 m2, Hôtel Particulier Montmartre features five Suites, a Restaurant and a Bar. The General Manager, Oscar Comtet, has created a warm, welcoming house, to offer a relaxing break from the world.
From early morning to the end of night, enjoy this unique place where your hourly desires are reflected in its changing facets.
Venture into the cobblestone alley, walk alongside an authentic Pétanque pitch, on up to the Witch’s Rock - and step into the calm beauty of the garden, free from the urban frenzy.
Hôtel Particulier Montmartre, a romantic jewel nestled between the famous Avenue Junot and the Rue Lepic, is the last vestige from the scrubland of Montmartre.
In just a few years, Oscar Comtet has succeeded in creating a unique haven. Over time, the Hôtel Particulier Montmartre has become a magnet for epicureans from Paris and abroad. But it retains its sense of exclusivity, with a name that is passed around like a treasure within a charmed circle of connoisseurs. Set within a cultivated jungle of luxuriant vegetation, the Hotel offers a pastoral interlude on the Parisian hills.
In this family home dating back from the XIXth century, the atmosphere is light, chic and romantic. It’s a setting for your special moments in this home away from home, tended to by our caring and discreet staff.
The Gardens of Hôtel Particulier Montmartre range over more than 900m2, which ranks them among the most important in the City of Lights.
They were designed by Louis Benech, famous architect of Le Jardin des Tuileries. One of the secret wonders of Paris, their luxuriance enchants every visitor the moment they step inside. For outdoor celebrations, intimate rendezvous, candle-lit dinners, cocktails or weekend brunches, here the scents and colours of the French countryside replace the frenetic buzz of the city at its gates.
Oscar Comtet, a youthful entrepreneur with a lot of ideas, is the General Manager of the Hôtel Particulier Montmartre.
Behind his businessman-like persona lies an ardent nature lover. With his two hens, bees and dog, Oscar effortlessly blends his passion for nature into his daily Parisian life. You may spot him during the day pruning the garden, only for him to relax at night with a cocktail in hand at Le Très Particulier.