Monsieur Cadet Hotel & Spa (Ex Meyerhold & Spa) is located in the theatre district of Paris only 800 m from the Opera Garnier. Guests have free access to the Spa by Le Tigre, and the hotel also has a tearoom and a cocktail bar with a glass roof. Free WiFi access is available throughout. Each floor is decorated in a unique style and the rooms feature a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a minibar and an electric kettle. Each room comes with a bathroom with a bath or shower, and includes a hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers. With an additional cost, breakfast is served each morning in the communal lounge or in the comfort of your room. With a hammam, the spa also offers beauty treatments and massages, available with a surcharge.
The 24-hour reception can help you organise your trips in the city. The hotel is 1 km from the Pigalle area, while Le Peletier Metro Station is 250 m away. 9th arr. is a great choice for travellers interested in shopping, art and city walks.
In Paris City Centre
Grevin Museum - 4 min walk
Galeries Lafayette - 9 min walk
Opéra Garnier - 13 min walk
Les Halles - 14 min walk
Paris Olympia - 16 min walk
Palais Royal - 18 min walk
Moulin Rouge - 19 min walk
Canal Saint-Martin - 21 min walk
Louvre Museum - 22 min walk
Centre Pompidou - 24 min walk
A delightful Art Deco experience, a flashback to the Roaring Twenties, the ultimate romantic era when everyone lived life as an adventure. As do all members of Monsieur Cadet’s family. And in his house, everyone has their own floor, decorated to suit their tastes.
Every morning between 7:30 a.m. and 10,30 a.m., you’ll be warmly welcomed under the large, latticework glass roof. It filters the morning light to avoid overloading those still-sleepy eyes. With French-style pastries or boiled eggs, sausages, cereals, pancakes, vegan bread on demand and of course squeezed fruit juice, you’ll certainly want to take the time to sample our suggestions. Or have them served to you in your bedroom.
Welcome to a speakeasy in 1922. Padded royal blue seats are placed invitingly under a mirror produced from seedy glass. On the walls, the black-and-white designs recall the winds of freedom which swept through artistic creativity. For its part, the bookshelf proposes a selection of old books covering the history of Paris - or rather histories of Paris, a city which has known so much turmoil.
Just in front of the building, Monsieur Cadet has laid out bistro tables, where you can enjoy the fine weather outside. Watching people coming and going with their shopping baskets is a pleasant distraction, which always raises a smile. From time to time, you’ll see him walking past, on his way to the nearby greengrocer to choose the fruit and vegetables he brings back to the hotel bar.