Party Earth Review A former bordello reinvented into a chic boutique hotel by the French graffiti artist André, Hotel Amour is home to a bustling bar and café that regularly fills up with indie celebs, local hipsters, and folks from the... ... read full review
8 Rue de Navarin
75009 Paris, France
Lines 2, 12: Pigalle; Line 12: Saint-Georges
01 48 78 31 80
Pigalle - 9eme, Paris –
A former bordello reinvented into a chic boutique hotel by the French graffiti artist André, Hotel Amour is home to a bustling bar and café that regularly fills up with indie celebs, local hipsters, and folks from the worlds of music and fashion.
A pink neon sign and modest entrance lead trendy patrons into the spacious dining and bar area, practically devoid of décor save for some simple wood tables and white walls adorned with a few quirky erotic photos by Terry Richardson.
Guests who prefer outdoor dining can head to the funky little terrace, where a koi pond provides a conversation piece for the fashionistas and local bohemians seated on blue, red and white cushioned chairs at the white café tables sipping the ‘Cocktail Maison’, Cocktail Amour.
Definitely a place to see and be seen, Hotel Amour has taken a down-and-out Pigalle address and transformed it into one of the coolest destination bistros in town, where celebs and creative types can indulge in American comfort food and hobnob around the clock.
International scenesters, rock and rollers, Parisian hipsters, trendsetters, fashionistas, musicians, and a more low-profile jet set, 20s to 40s.
Ambient music from electronic to pop. Foosball table in the basement.
French bistro items and American comfort foods like macaroni and cheese, burgers, fries, and salads.
Menu €9–€25. Beer €6+, wine €8+, cocktails €10+.
Chic casual, designer dresses, button-downs, and slacks. No jeans.
Thursdays through Saturdays at night and brunch on Saturday and Sundays for the largest crowds.
Chez Moune (54 Rue Jean-Baptiste) is a great late-night dance spot with a similar clientele.