OUR HOTEL IN PARIS
in the heart of the Batignolles district
The Batignolles district at the heart of the 17th arrondissement of Paris is found between Monceau, Saint-Lazare, Montmartre, the 8th, 9th and 18th arrondissements.
This village-style district offers a unique and welcoming atmosphere with its little cafés and restaurants, open-air markets, green spaces, mix of generations...
Opposite the hotel, the Parc Clichy-Batignolles-Martin Luther King covers several hectares (ideal for jogging). Its layout includes various original spaces, such as the rail garden, with sun loungers, a play area for children and sports pitches, or even the landscaped lake, which contains aquatic and waterfront plants such as water lilies, iris, reeds, flowering rushes...
Another garden is available just a short walk from the hotel, the Square des Batignolles. It’s a peaceful haven where you can relax in the shade of the trees, with the gentle sound of the stream in the background. Designed based on English-style gardens, the square is a green space perfect for relaxation and daydreaming. Built in 1862 under the Second Empire on the request of Baron Haussmann, it covers approximately 16,600m². In addition to the various species of trees, the cave and waterfall provide a magical atmosphere.
The village of Batignolles was linked to the city of Paris in 1860, when Paris was divided into 20 arrondissements for the first time. At the time, Batignolles was regularly visited by major cultural figures. Paul Verlaine, Stéphane Mallarmé, Gustave Flaubert, Edouard Manet and Emile Zola all fell in love with this district.