Located in the lively heart of Pigalle, close to the Moulin Rouge and the Sacré-Coeur
Built on the site of Paris’s first cabaret
Rooms on the top floors offer stunning views of the Paris skyline
What To Know
Pigalle is losing its sleazy reputation, but there are still peep shows and adult shops in the area
There's no restaurant, but breakfast is served daily and the lobby is open 24/7
Parking on site
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Petite retreat in boho Pigalle on the site of Paris's first cabaret, a block from the Moulin Rouge
In the bohemian neighborhood of Pigalle, a block from the Moulin Rouge, Le Chat Noir takes its name from Paris’s first cabaret, which occupied the site until the 1920s. Inspired by the hotel's legendary address, the decor is a bold mix of red, black and white, with velvet curtains over the windows. Each floor is named after a famous 19th-century writer, and black silhouettes inspired by the art of shadow theater adorn every door and lampshade.
Bed and Bath
The 39 guestrooms are cozy and simple. White walls and crisp white bed linen are set against black carpets and furniture, and the red footstools bearing the hotel’s insignia match the velvet curtains over the windows. The sleek tile bathrooms are spacious and feature a chunky sink, a walk-in shower or a tub, and signature toiletries bearing a cat motif. Air conditioning, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi come standard.
There's no restaurant on-site, but a copious breakfast buffet is served daily in a petite dining room decked out with red leather-look stools and banquettes and striking cutouts of cats at the window. The lobby is also open 24/7.
In the Area
The neon-lit neighborhood of Pigalle is famous for its nightlife, and you can find bars, pubs, clubs and erotic establishments on every corner. Wander up the narrow cobblestone streets to Montmartre and its basilica, the Sacré-Coeur. Check out the portrait artists in the Place du Tertre and quench your thirst at the Lapin Agile, once frequented by Picasso and his painterly brethren. Visit the Musée de Montmartre to learn more about this neighborhood’s revolutionary past and its artistic legacy. There’s a fabulous choice of restaurants if you head away from the main tourist drag; try the cocktails and fusion cuisine at la Famille or the excellent salads at Le Miroir.
Hôtel Le Chat Noir
68 Boulevard De Clichy
How to Get There
The preferred airport for Le Chat Noir Design Hotel is Paris (ORY-Orly) - 17 km / 10.6 mi. Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property’s location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometre.