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Discover Picasso and Paris

Discover Picasso and Paris

The Paris Picasso Museum finally re-opened its doors to the public once more following a lengthy 6 years program of renovation.

Also located in the heart of the Marais district, a few steps from the Museum, the Hotel du Petit Moulin proposes you a unique experience to discover or re-discover the work and Picasso’s Parisian life.

Discover or re-discover the Artist and Paris!

This offer includes, for 2 persons:

  • Accommodation in the category of your choice, breakfast included.
  • A self-guided-walking tour to discover the Montmartre district through Picasso’s places
  • Discover or re-discover the Artist with 2 tickets entrance for the Museum Picasso: the world’s greatest collection of works by the renowned Spanish artist composed of 5,000 pieces by the artist, more than 200,000 personal archives, and his own collection of some 150 works (Matisse, Cézanne, Le Douanier Rousseau...). Open from Tuesday to Sunday.  Closed on 25th December, 1st January and 1st May. 
Complimentary access to the Spa de la Reine

Complimentary access to the Spa de la Reine

For any booking at the Hotel du Petit Moulin, complimentary access to the Spa de la Reine – at sister hotel Pavillon de la Reine, close by on the Place des Vosges.

The Spa de la Reine by Carita… A Revelation to your Senses!

Complimentary access to the Spa de la Reine – at sister hotel Pavillon de la Reine, close by on the Place des Vosges.

The 250 m² Spa (2,420 sq feet) comprises 2 treatment booths, a gym and Jacuzzi as well as a steam bath. Providing the ideal atmosphere for relaxing within a natural, modern and Zen spirit, this Spa will bring serenity to all our guests.

The spa is open daily from 7am to 9pm.

Minors under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult to have access to the various treatments and facilities.

For access to the steamroom or jacuzzi, we recommend you wear a swimsuit, they are on sale at the hotel reception. The locker rooms are at your disposal. However, we recommend not to leave your valuables, as the hotel declines all responsability in case of theft.



Hotel du Petit Moulin will reveal a different side to the Parisian art scene. Away from the gallery experiences of Le Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay and Le Centre Pompidou, the hotel is encouraging guests to explore the rich and varied street art of the quartier with a new partnership with Mon Beau Paris – one of the most exciting new ventures on the Paris tour scene for 2015.

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Can you tell a genuine Banksy from a faux Bek Le Rat?

Guests will be armed with a polaroid camera to document their best finds – and become artists in their own right. The morning will finish with a champagne picnic in a secret Marais spot enabling guests to reflect on the impact of the art.

Guests will be able to enjoy a private art de rue tour through the winding streets of Le Marais, led by one of Mon Beau’s street art experts. The three hour tour will start early to avoid the crowds and explore the myriad of work that lines the streets – and is so often missed by the untrained eye. Works by artists including Yosh, Space Invaders, Clet Abraham, SOBR and GZUP will be included, as well as innovative works that pop up as the seasons change.

Just as some of Paris’ best contemporary art will reveal itself among the streets of the Marais during the tour, Hotel du Petit Moulin reveals itself as a truly artistic hotel. Appearances are deceiving here; with an exterior that suggests the building is a local boulangerie, inside each of the hotel’s 17 rooms is a Christian Lacroix masterpiece. While the building was once home to Paris’ first bakery (and even the original shop frontage remains), the hotel is now a work of art in its own right. Some rooms are bright and colourful, others more understated; all are totally theatrical and tell a different story of the Marais.

Combining a deeply comfortable overnight stay with a chance to dig deeper into the local art scene, this is a totally new take on an arty weekend in Paris.