Brunch in Paris at Hotel Particulier Montmartre

Hotel Particulier Montmartre, Paris

Looking for an in-the-know address for brunch in Paris? A discreet hideaway for fashionable trendsetters is the garden terrace at the Hotel Particulier Montmartre. Hidden away in a cobblestoned passage in the village-like neighborhood of Montmartre, the hotel is a design dream: just five suites each individually designed by a different artist. (For our full review of the property, click on this article.) Guests swoon over the private garden, landscaped by the same designer who renovated the gardens at the Elysée and the Tuileries (Louis Bénech).

The Sunday brunch used to be an insider’s coveted secret, and after a short winter hiatus, it’s back—available on Saturdays and Sundays for hotel guests and visitors alike. On the menu? Crossaints, pancakes, fresh fruit juice, burrata, eggs en cocotte, and plenty of sweets… My Little Paris says, “Act like a Hollywood star or an inspired novelist. And you will be right. Everyone here feels rather special.”

Brunch is priced at 36 euros per person and reservations are required by calling +33 (0)1 53 41 81 40. The Hotel Particulier Montmartre is located at 23 Avenue Junot in the 18th arrondissement. For more information, visit www.hotel-particulier-montmartre.com.

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