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Grand Pigalle Hotel

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Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel  Paris  France
Grand Pigalle Hotel
After achieving tremendous success in Paris, London, New York, and Ibiza with the Experimental Cocktail Club and a handful of other nightlife hangouts, the three bons vivants behind the Experimental Group have expanded the concept into hospitality. Their first hotel is located in Paris’s most coveted neighborhood, South Pigalle, overlooking the Villa Frochot (Toulouse-Lautrec’s former abode). Unsurprisingly, these pioneers of the Paris cocktail movement have integrated their savoir-faire in top-shelf drinks. In fact, they go so far as to bill it a “bed and beverage” boutique hotel, which translates to custom cocktails offered in the ground-floor lounge, delivered straight to rooms, and available in guestroom minibars. To further drive their vision, the trio enlisted the talents of Dorothée Meilichzon, the city’s most in-demand interior designer, who has already directed the look and feel of each of the group’s establishments. Here, she applies her flair for mixing unique patterns and design styles to the cocktail lounge and rooms, kitted out with sumptuous velour sofas, black leather armchairs, and brass light fixtures. The result is a style that feels like understated Hollywood regency meets 1920s Parisian glam. While rooms afford less quiet and privacy than most design hotels, the (tolerable) din feels like a necessary component to the stay-up-late Pigalle experience.

29 Rue Victor Massé, 75009 Paris, France