Behind a discreet façade, with a marquise and red lanterns, Maison Souquet reserves its luxury for the initiated only.
On the outskirts of Montmartre, the festive and licentious legend of the City of Light was forged, and today Maison Souquet is part of it. In place of this former Belle Époque pleasure house, one of the most sumptuous and sulphurous pages of Parisian history is reborn.
Jacques Garcia's talent restores the mystery, the elegance, the exoticism, the sensuality and the unheard-of luxury of these establishments with their well-coded architecture. Cut off from the city by the fantasy of the decor, the mind escapes into a fantastical environment populated by art objects, sofas, loveseats and couches.
Here, at home, the traveler sees the horizon of his room open up to the pleasures of a hushed "entre-soi", punctuated by the gourmet ritual of tea-time, games, and pre- and post-dinner meetings. A small palace of hedonism, Maison Souquet has 20 rooms including 6 suites with unique decorations.