Flat-screen TVs are cunningly hidden in the mantelpiece mirrors
Located close to Montmartre
Fully renovated at the end of 2013, the decor is pristine
The bathrooms are stocked with Hermès products
What To Know
Rooms are typically Parisian in size, but beds are large and comfortable
The choice of neighborhood dining options makes up for the lack of an in-house restaurant
A city tax of approximately $3 per person, per night, will be collected by the hotel at checkout
Breakfast costs an additional $20 per person, per day
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Serene white-on-white boutique with a traditional Haussmann façade in the bustling 9th Arrondissement
In the bustling 9th Arrondissement, Hotel R de Paris is a serene 40-room retreat. The white-on-white color scheme extends from the orchids in the lobby to the marble fireplaces to the walls, and the alabaster tones are broken up with silver mosaic in the bathrooms and checkered carpeting in the hallways.
Bed and Bath
The 40 air-conditioned rooms combine contemporary design and classic touches. The large beds are backed by giant beige or mustard headboards into which the bedside and reading lamps are set. Several of the rooms feature white marble fireplaces in which flames leap at the flick of a switch. The rooms incorporate high-tech gadgets with a minimum of intrusion: TVs are imbedded in the mantelpiece mirrors, and the discreet phones and docking stations are in keeping with the sleek aesthetic. The bathrooms have large showerheads and luxe Hermès accessories.
The mirror-lined lobby, with its large pod armchairs, is light and welcoming and leads through to the spacious breakfast room, where large windows overlook the busy Rue de Clichy. Breakfast is a generous buffet that combines continental and cooked options. The fitness room, hammam and sauna (extra charges may apply) are housed in a stone-walled basement with an arched ceiling.
In the Area
The property is a heartbeat from the Casino de Paris, so it would be churlish not to visit one of Paris’s oldest music halls. There’s nary a roulette wheel in sight, but there are some great live performances on a stage where such legends as Maurice Chevalier and Serge Gainsbourg once stood. And if you’re looking for cabaret, don’t forget the legendary Moulin Rouge, which is just up the road. Or you can head down to the Folies Bergère; established in 1869, it's 20 years older than the Moulin Rouge. Take advantage of the hotel’s proximity to the Grands Magasins, Paris’s sumptuous department stores, including Galeries Lafayette and Printemps.