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3-star hotel, 9th arrondissement, Paris

The Moulin Plaza*** hotel offers you various room categories which are getting used to all your wishes and your needs. Their size varies between 10 and 22 square meters.2.

Allotted from the ground floor to the fifth floor, the 50 rooms guarantees you a high quality service for your greater wellbeing.

Most of our rooms have a view over the hotel courtyard, the others have a spectacular view over the Moulin Rouge.

Do not hesitate to consult the services and prices of each room categories in order to find the one that will suit you best.

"The perfection!

This 3-star hotel is worth widely the 4 stars, remaining a very good quality-price ratio. Congratulations for this nice teamwork! We keep this beautiful adess safe and it’s with great pleasure that we will be back for a next stay in Paris. I strongly recommand it !


Review published by Chloé B

From 67€

Single room

From 72€

Standard Room

"Excellent location, good little hotel.

We stayed here in may. The hotel is very close to the Moulin Rouge (200 m), and it’s possible to go anywhere by walking if you like it. The metro station is literally at the corner. The breakfast was good and enough. The hotel is clean. Rooms and bathrooms are tiny but we not stay inside them.The price was affordable. Highly recommanded.”


Review published by Eve Calgary

"Very good hotel.

Very good hotel well located near the Moulin Rouge. Room with sober decoration, quiet, with the courtyard view, good bedding. We have been well welcomed by a skilful and attentive person. Good breakfast. We recommand this hotel near the metro stations.”


Review published by Lydie37

From 72€

Twin Room

From 90€

Junior Suite Room

"Staff very devoted to guide us, advise us, staff very available.

Bedroom and bathroom renovated, modern, really clean, air-conditionned control accessible, very comfortable, quiet. Automatic daily upkeep of the room. Near the Moulin Rouge, very well located for all things you need to visit, near the metro.”


Review published by Sylvie I