View from Montmartre, Terrass Hotel – Paris

The CheckYourRoom of the week is the “View from Montmartre” at the Terrass Hotel.

This soft-toned suite is unique because of the height of its windows, its bathroom and its view. One of its windows, facing the bed, is so high that one never wants to close its pretty beige curtains over the scenery, where dominating the city, and overlooking the bed, the Eiffel Tower stands proud. On another side, the homage to Pierre Bonnard with two copies of his paintings in blues and greens, and the comfort of the bathroom and its jaccuzzi, will emphasize the timelessness qualities of this room, making it a truly wonderful experience.

As soon as you step out from the hotel, walk up to rue Joseph de Maistre a few meters from you and you will be right in the magical atmosphere of rue Lepic and rue des Abbesses. Many restaurants and bars of the area are filled with Parisian Bobos, yet side by side are the regulars, historic ‘Montmartrois’, with their own favorite addresses. Small stores continue to preserve the unique atmosphere of Montmartre, making it feel like a small village, as the movie Amelie Poulain portrayed candidly.

The Terrass Hotel is located in a nice building in the 18th arrondissement, in the heart of Montmartre. Its name is a consequence of its most precious characteristic: its top floor terrace. Unique in the entire city, overlooking the entire city, this view can be also found in many of the 98 rooms.

Actually, the view is so beautiful that the owner of this hotel himself lives in the building, enjoying the terrace no matter the season or weather. Aside from this jewel, this hotel also showcases a well-known French restaurant, a unique open space with piano and bar and a perfect location mere meters away from the rue des Abbesses and the Sacré-Coeur.

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