Paying homage to the famous cabaret of the same name, the Chat Noir is a hotel with great character, giving the traditional red and black motif a decidedly modern twist. Emblematic of the Paris of the artists of the 19th century, the black cat symbol pops up here and there around the hotel, adding a spellbinding charm.
The Paris of the artists theme is carried into the breakfast room, where a generous buffet is available from 7am to 10am.
Take advantage of this quiet and cosy area to surf the internet or read the international newspapers at your disposal.
The Chat Noir’s 39 light-filled rooms are fitted with the latest modern conveniences including air conditioning, satellite colour television, direct-dial telephone, free WiFi, double-glazed windows, private bathroom with bathtub or shower, hair dryer and in-room safe…
You will love our balcony rooms and the view over the rooftops of Paris from the 6th and 7th floors, including a panoramic view of the Eiffel Tower.
At the foot of Montmartre and just a few metres from the famous Moulin Rouge cabaret, the Chat Noir is strategically placed to discover Paris. You will love the quirky Abbesses district with its pretty boutiques, cafés (including the café made famous by Amélie Poulain in the film), and the iconic Sacré-Cœur, just a few strides from the hotel.
All the major tourist attractions such as the Opera, Madeleine, the Place de la Concorde, the major department stores and the train stations (Gare de l’Est and Gare du Nord for Eurostar and Thalys) are just a few metro stops away from the hotel.
This is a district bubbling with excitement and the many theatres, discos and live music venues will seduce fans of Paris by night.