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The Batignolles neighborhood

Let yourself be seduced by the warm and friendly neighborhood of the Batignolles village.

Our hotel is just a short walk from the Batignolles area which is also known as the “Village des Batignolles”. Enjoy a stroll around the village with its many attractions including:

The Batignolles indoor Market: 96 rue bis Lemercier 75017 Paris, open Tuesday to Sunday.

The Batignolles Organic Market: 34 bd des Batignolles 75017 Paris, open every Saturday from 9am to 5pm.

The Batignolles Square: 114 bis rue Cardinet 75017 Paris, open every day (opening and closing times depend on the season).

You will be glad you came to the Batignolles Square. It was built in the style of an English garden and it seems much larger than it actually is. This square is full of delights such as a cave, a waterfall, a stream and a miniature lake.

The 17th district townhall: 17-20 rue des Batignolles 75017 Paris.

The Sainte Marie des Batignolles Church : 77 place du Dr Félix Lobligeois 75017 Paris. Mass is on, every day of the week.

There are plenty of restaurants you can try near our hotel:

Did you know ?

The Batignolles area is located between avenue de Clichy, boulevard des Batignolles, rue Cardinet and rue de Rome. Its borders prior the 2nd Empire used to stretch further away than it does today. This neighborhood used to be the hunting reserve of the King before the revolution of 1789 as well as a place for military exercises. The Batignolles neighborhood became part of Paris by decree from Napoleon III in 1860, its contribution to the Paris’ economy was already strong.

A lot of famous artists lived in the Batignolles area: the poets Paul Verlaine and Stéphane Mallarmé, the painter Edouard Manet and the writer Emile Zola. More recently the singers Barbara and Jacques Brel lived here.


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