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Suite Cabaret


The Seven Hôtel

Suite Cabaret
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Entirely renovated and well removed from the other rooms, this suite welcomes you with a red neon sign above the door that says "cabaret." Step right in, it's amazing! First of all, it's big. And then you find yourself surrounded by a nice, spicy red.

A large bed on a pedestal with a huge mirror on the ceiling. Sparkling red walls, and lamps like the ones backstage at the Moulin Rouge! Red lights on the ceiling too. And you probably weren't expecting a pole dancing pole...

For consistency, even the Nespresso machine is red. The two large windows have a view of Val-de-Grâce, once a royal abbey, now a hospital. Very calm. You'll be undisturbed.

The bathroom is open, with no partition, and is nicely decorated with an old-fashioned bathtub and retro faucetry. Separate water closet...for two.

Rated X!

Tips from Parisians

Musée de l’Erotisme
Would you like a dash of erudition with your erotica? You'll find both in Pigalle (a direct trip on the metro), at the Musée de l'Erotisme, a unique and unusual institution devoted to erotic art in all its forms. Over its seven floors, you'll find popular art, sacred art with the themes of sexuality and fertility, contemporary works (photos, drawings, paintings...), and even a section devoted to the brothels of Paris!
72 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris
+33 1 42 58 28 73
The owner's secrets
I like my work, because I can make my clients' dreams come true. It's not a coincidence that the quality I prefer in a place is its magic. In my hotel, for example, so many people have popped the question!
My secret hobby? Nordic walking.
My hero? Flash McQueen.
My motto? Hakuna matata!

The Seven Hôtel

20 Rue Berthollet, 75005 Paris, France
  • B
  • 7

What was once a village still retains its deeply INTELLECTUAL spirit. There are plenty of ART GALLERIES. Once the cradle of Parisian literature, today it draws a rather snooty crowd, but it's still a hangout of university PROFESSORS.

The local: on a bike, Le Monde under his arm.

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