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Hotel du Petit Moulin


An old bakery turned into a hotel

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The classified façade of Hotel du Petit Moulin is a testimony of the building’s past. It used to be a bakery and was transformed a few years ago into an intimate and original hotel. But the boulangerie (bakery) sign still hangs proud outside! Designed by haute couture fashion designer Christian Lacroix, Hotel du Petit Moulin (Small Windmill hotel) is a blend of both crazy designer inspirations and traditional and vintage architecture of the old typical Marais building. Enjoy! Parisianist.

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About this place

29/31 Rue de Poitou, 75003 Paris
Line 8 - Filles du Calvaire

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The Hotel du Petit Moulin is a charming little hotel, with only 17 rooms. The old building with odd interior structures makes it a very unique and cozy traditional place to stay. Christian Lacroix, a French famous fashion designer, is the man behind the surprising interior design, giving a secretive, warm and unique ambiance to each room by using a daring combination of motifs and colors.

The average price of the classic room is around €300, with lower or higher fares depending on the season. All the rooms are equipped with 4 star hotel comfort, including a mini bar and free Wi-Fi.

Hotel du Petit Moulin is the perfect place for those who want to stay in an authentic old Parisian building, with low ceilings and exposed beams. For a more “classic” hotel, the Pavillon de la Reine would be a good choice.


Next to the old bakery was an old café which is now part of the Hotel du Petit Moulin. Today, it is not a public café anymore, but it serves as the breakfast room for the hotel’s guests. The counter and the woodworks from the past have been kept though.

The restaurant does not serve lunch or dinner, but there are numerous great recommendations in the neighborhood, such as l’Aller Retour (meat restaurant), Il Prezzemolo (delicious pizzas) or Little Red Door (cocktail bar)

The Hotel du Petit Moulin has an Honesty Bar where the guests are welcome to serve themselves a drink the way they like it, and pay for it later.


The size of the Hotel du Petit Moulin does not permit it to have a luxurious spa in the basement. But, 10 minutes away from the hotel, on Place des Vosges is the Pavillon de la Reine hotel. Guests of the Hotel du Petit Moulin are more than welcome to use the spa and fitness room facilities of this hotel.

Room Service is available any time of the day.

The friendly and welcoming staff of Hotel du Petit Moulin will be delighted to reserve any restaurant or activity of your choice and give you the necessary tips to make your stay in Paris as enjoyable as possible.


The façade serves as a testimony: Hotel du Petit Moulin was a bakery before, and because the « Boulangerie » (bakery) sign is much bigger than the hotel name, people still walk in to ask for bread! This bakery façade is the oldest one in Paris and dates back to the 17th century. It is said that Victor Hugo, the author of the Hunchback of Notre Dame, used to come here to buy his bread. Surely in the past, there used to be a small mill here, which is what gave the name to the hotel: the Small Windmill Hotel or in French, Hôtel du Petit Moulin.

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