Hotel Môm’Art Montmartre has a special story. This hotel has been in the Sellam family since the 1970’s and when the father died, the five siblings have decided to give a new breath of life to pay tribute to their father’s work by calling in architect Jacques Mechali and decorator Olfa Ghemidh who managed to let the sophisticated style so dear in Paris talk to the creation of a private collection.
Divided into two buildings, hotel Môm’Art features 25 bedrooms, a beautiful gastronomic restaurant, relaxation and fitness areas and a great hidden terrace for guests’ greatest joy!
For a second youth, Môm’Art 25 bedrooms (including a suite) have been worked with 4 different themes. Elegant bedroom, cozy bedroom, artist bedroom, small bedrooms all have a different charm. Then, next to the others, the Hermès bedroom for the most design ones is a room where we find the Parisian house iconography and even the range of Hermes beauty products, available from €250 per night for an immersion in the horse world.
Môm’Art by Gregory Cohen, bistronomic restaurant
Gregory Cohen’s restaurant welcomes inhabitants and passersby in the restaurant set on the ground floor of the hotel and the wonderful courtyard of the Môm’Art in the summer. Between each plate, Gregory Cohen comes to present his dishes and their harebrained stories, between crazy and genius ideas. We applaud!
Spa and fitness area
Sellem sisters take care of their guests. At Môm’Art, a relaxation area, a fitness area, a sauna and a treatment booth allow us to keep taking care of our shape in Paris. Upon order, it’s even possible to be spoiled with a manicure session.
With its discreet welcome and its perfect location a few streets from the Sacré-Coeur, the Môm’Art is a little bubble of air in the French capital where time flies by.
42 Rue d'Orsel
75018 Paris 18