The atmosphere of a village between the Champs Elysées and Montmartre
Édouard Manet and Henri Fantin-Latour immortalized les Batignolles, the windmill district, in the 19th century. Since that time, even if Parc Monceau’s tender foliage remains, there’s no denying that the district now incarnates a contemporary version of Paris. In the shadows of the famous Théâtre Hébertot with its proscenium stage, construction companies have been plying their trade for 150 years. This hasn’t prevented the Batignolles district from cultivating the spirit of a distinctive village, a feeling strengthened by the many good restaurants, such as the Bistrot des Dames, la Gaieté Cosaque, l'Agapé, le Rech or les Puces des Batignolles.
The Hotel strenghts
- Enjoying a cup of coffee in the inner courtyard
- Rue de Lévis, for the many food shops