Although it's the smallest hotel in Paris, Hôtel Particulier Montmartre is also the most charming. The former family home is hidden within a 9,500-square-foot garden. Originally built in the 19th century, the residence now offers five individually designed suites adorned with ornate wallpapers, custom furniture, and velvet finishes. The property's newest additions are a restaurant The Chef and a lower level lounge Le Très Particulier. Both are head by Thibaut Spiwack and offer breakfast, dinner, tapas, and weekend brunch that can be enjoyed inside or out among the verdant surroundings.