Square Marcel Bleustein Blanchet - Montmartre
Montmartre: will dazzle your eyes, dazzle your heart
Discover our hotel in the 18th arrondissement and its neighborhood, an authentic village in the heart of Paris.
Our hotel Timhotel*** Montmartre : a charming address, just a step away from the Sacré Coeur
Our Timhotel*** Montmartre located in the heart of Montmartre, is nestled in a quiet cobbled street leading to a charming little square, famous for its Bateau-Lavoir. We welcome you in a classic building with a renovated façade. Many rooms offer a breathtaking view of the Capital: Montmartre is the highest point of Paris (130 meters)! Ideally located to take you immediately to the mythical Paris of Montmartre, the hotel will offer you a personalized and particularly warm welcome in one of its 59 rooms.
Montmartre, the village in the heart of the capital: the famous Parisian district of the 18th arrondissement with its timeless charm is perched on the top of a hillock. In the 19th and 20th century, this mythical village welcomed many artists such as Picasso. This place has inspired and continues to inspire the world of cinema and the artistic world.
Montmartre is also cobblestone streets, restaurants, bistros, but especially its basilica. The Basilica of the Sacred Heart is one of the most popular monuments of the capital. It was built following the French defeat in the Franco-Prussian war and the events of the Paris Commune. Recognizable by its white color, its dome and its domes, it has become a romantic symbol of the capital. Inside, you can admire the mosaic of the heart and a large majestic organ. To get there, you have to take the funicular or climb the 237 steps of the Sacré-Coeur gardens.
Montmartre, a district of entertainment and change of scenery
A village atmosphere and romanticism
- An exceptional view of all of Paris: admire the Capital from the steps of the Basilica's square, 129 meters above the sea. You can see the roofs of Paris. Go to the rooftop of the Terrass Hotel, to enjoy a panoramic view while sipping a cocktail.
- Place des Abbesses : Famous Parisian street located on the Montmartre hill. On this square, a magnificent fountain, flowered trees come to melt in this charming frame. The place shelters the deepest subway station of Paris, 30 meters under ground.
- Le mur des je t'aime : Monument dedicated to love located on the place des Abbesses. It is the meeting place of lovers from around the world. This wall was designed by Frédéric Baron and Claire Kito.
- The vines of Montmartre: Vines planted on the Butte Montmartre. These plantings have been celebrated for over 85 years by the Fête des Vendanges. The arrival of the vintages is honored each year with this festival. Clos-Montmartre is the official name given to the wine of Montmartre.
- The Radet and Galette mills: Emblematic of this district. The Radet mill has been transformed into a guinguette in view of its condition. However, the mill of the Galette is the only one to be still today in working order. It is located at the corner of the street Lepic and the street Girardon.
The artists' meeting :
- The Place du Tertre : a few steps away from the Sacré Coeur basilica. The place to have your portrait done: nearly 150 painters and portraitists meet on this historic square, surrounded by terraces and restaurants. A setting that you can't find anywhere else.
- Le Bateau-Lavoir : located on the Butte Montmartre since 1904, it is a place of residence, meeting and creation for our French and foreign painters and sculptors.
- Le Lapin Agile : located rue des Saules, it is the cabaret of the Butte Montmartre since 1860. Every night, the French song is honored in this mythical place.
- Chez Michou : since 1956, this cabaret welcomes you every day from 8 pm for shows of transformist artists.
- The Montmartre Museum: created in 1960, this art museum welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors each year for temporary exhibitions.
- The Dali Paris: place of exhibition of works of the famous Salvador Dali. There are more than 300 works from the Dali Universe collection.
- Dalida's house: probably the most famous house in Montmartre. You can't visit it but don't hesitate to stop in front of this elegant 3-story house on rue d'Orchampt.
- The Montmartre cemetery or cemetery of the North: one of the mythical places of this district where rest many Parisian artists.
The neighborhood of the movie Amélie Poulain
- Rue Lepic : Famous in Montmartre, it is represented by many artists, notably Maurice Utrillo. Many shops, cafés and the Moulin de la Galette are present.
- Café des deux moulins : Mythical café, one of the most famous in Paris, probably thanks to the movie Amélie Poulain.
- Square Louise Michel with its old merry-go-round: Square leading to the Basilica of the Sacred Heart by its 222 steps. You have access to an incredible panoramic view, entertaining artists and abundant vegetation.
What to do around this area?
- Pigalle: south of boulevard Clichy, this neighborhood is famous for its nightlife and its red lights and for the Moulin Rouge, the most famous cabaret in the world. Located in the 19th arrondissement, you can go out to a nightclub, have a drink, go to a restaurant or even attend extraordinary shows: glitter, rhinestones, feathers, dancers are there.
- Go to the famous Place de la Concorde: the largest square in Paris, at the foot of the Avenue des Champs-Elysées. You can't miss its Obelisk, a monument erected as a sign of peace between Egypt and France. Take the opportunity to get some height by going on board the Ferris Wheel which offers a breathtaking view of the capital.
- Stroll through the alleys of the Jardin des Tuileries: more than 25 hectares to stroll in the center of Paris. The garden welcomes every year the Christmas market or the Tuileries fair (July - August). At its western end you will find the Jeu de Paume and the Musée de l'Orangerie.
- Find your happiness in the department stores. Galeries Lafayette Haussmann and Le Printemps Haussmann: temples of luxury and symbols of Parisian fashion abroad. After your shopping, don't hesitate to go to their Rooftop to enjoy the panoramic view while sipping a cocktail.
- The Garnier Opera House: a true architectural masterpiece of the 19th century. The Palais Garnier is open to visitors during the day and offers numerous lyrical and choreographic performances.
- The Musée Grévin : located in the 9th arrondissement, this museum has more than 3,000 wax figures. Meet celebrities from yesterday to today.
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