There was a time when the Pigalle area in Paris was scoffed at for its unsavory locale and promotion of seedy practices. Now, Paris’ notorious red light district has become one of the capital’s most trendy nightlife destinations, fraught with cocktail bars, buzz-worthy cafe culture and adult entertainment venues. Hotels to accommodate tourists to the area have begun to surface, including the newly opened Le Pigalle Paris hotel, which, by its own admission, takes on the “tawdry values, brazen spirit and musical energy” of its surroundings.
Ties to the neighborhood remain strong, as all amenities are provided by local establishments. Locally selected supplies, including croissants from a nearby bakery and books obtained from an independent bookstore, pack the hotel, making it one that is devoted to relaying authenticity.
What makes this hotel so great is the authentic concept and his originality. If you follow me on Instagram, you know what I’m talking about. The rooms are so pretty, I wish I could live there, seriously, rooms goal ! And it has everything to make you feel at home and at the same time in a luxury hotel. The photographs, the decoration, the marble bathroom (Can I have the same at home please ?), the furnitures… the whole set up is perfect and you definitely don’t wanna live the room. I’m so grateful I get the chance to sleep there because since I arrived in Paris, I didn’t have a time for me, and I need a good night of sleep so the timing was pretty good.
How cool are the iPad (where you can order food, find informations about how to use devices in the room…) the Vinyls and the big speaker? had so much fun listening to music in the coolest room and of course, we had to take some pictures in this beautiful location. I also had a big crush on the lovely balcony.
If you’re willing to visit Paris, you should definitely check Le Pigalle , and you’ll be amazed.