Comfort Hotel Saint Pierre
10, rue de Clignancourt
Phone: (33) 1 42234800
Fax: (33) 1 42234020
10, rue de Clignancourt , Paris, FR, 75018
- Phone: (33) 1 42234800
- Fax: (33) 1 42234020
Plumes Indigo is an ethnic objects shop that opened in 2007 in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, on Avenue Trudaine. You will find old or contemporary ethnic objects, chosen for their authentic value, reflecting art and craftsmanship of peoples from all over the world. The shop s correspondents throughout the world work with local organizations and craftsmen, respecting the local know-how, techniques and materials. Moreover, Plumes Indigo sells recycled and fair trade products. You will find everything at every price: fabrics, ceramics, decorative objects, contemporary jewelry, old objects and even tableware. Open Sundays during the month of December.
Le Ciel Est a Tout Le Monde is an old traditional toyshop, renowned as the first kite—seller. Besides kites, the store also has on offer a varied collection of wooden toys, dolls and teddy—bears that will surely make you reminisce your sweet childhood memories. Kids woo over the range of metal cars and one can also choose from books to satiate the minds of curious and zesty children. Children are spoilt for choice with colorful and attractive stationery like rubber, pens, pencils and exercise books that add a fun element to their otherwise tedious homework. They also have a lot of figurines, and furnishings to decorate your little one's room. This is one shopping experience your child should not miss.
The Manani is a small store in the Montmartre neighborhood with incredibly beautiful clothes made out of colorful African cloths. Manani is situated on the road leading toward Montmartre hill, on a fairly touristic street, but the prices are still affordable. The store is a treasure for people who like colors! It offers a very large choice of handbags in different sizes, shapes and colors, amazing colorful summer dresses and skirts, as well as silver jewelry, shell earrings, necklaces and wooden bracelets. It offers an unbelievably large choice for such a small store!
Roberta Oprandi and her husband Bruno Hadjaj are the creative forces behind Spree. This concept is a culmination of aesthetic and fashion sensibilities that have made an unique mark on the Parisian shopping scene. This boutique and art gallery is reminiscent of an art loft, replete with whitewashed facades and sketches on the walls. It showcases drawings and paintings by emerging and established contemporary artists. The minimal setting allows a focus on vintage and modern furniture and lamps. Trendsetting clothing for women include designs by the likes of Tsumori Chisato, Giorgio Brato, Bonamano & Ferrari, Giorgio Brato, Roberto Del Carlo.
In the Abbesses district in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, Jean-Daniel Vivès and Christian Lima have opened a very different cheese shop. These two people have two passions, music and cheese, made with raw milk if possible. They play some pop music in the shop and propose a musical magazine to read near the cash register. The cheese shop Fromage et Ramage also offers in its delicatessen display a large choice of spreads, eggplant caviar, wines, antipasti, etc. they can make cheeses plates, they deliver, and can make vacuum-packed parcels if you have to travel.
Choose from over 150 unique flavors of tea to pep up your mood at Neo T. A selection that spans the world, do not be surprised if you find some rare varieties and infusions here. While going through the collection, also pick up trendy equipment to add charm to your tea time. A selection of incense and books are also available.
La Biscuiterie de Montmartre is a timeless location on Montmartre's Rue Norvis, a winding cobblestone street with artisan shop after artisan shop bringing the timeless nature of the neighborhood to life. Founded by twenty-five year ice cream maker Pascal Vezinet, La Biscuiterie is no improvisational playground. Vezinet brings meticulous artisan experience to his craft, measuring carefully, baking perfectly and removing just in time to restock the macaroons and biscuits that have already been devoured by hungry customers. Everything at this confectioners wonderland is hand made and exceptionally cozy with shelves lined in beautifully decorated boxes and small cellophane bags of sweets tied off with small ribbons. For a taste of enduring elegance of Parisian culture, La Biscuiterie de Montmartre is a shining gem of tradition.
Paperdolls was created by Candy Miller: its concept is unique and very original. All fashion victims will love it as they will be buy fashionable designer clothing that are true to the current trends. This shop proposes the creations of four young designers who work on one concept: femininity. "Chic retro," 1900s style, precious and natural materials, contemporary woolen models, and jewels--everything is available here. Walk into this beautifully decorated shop and you won't leave disappointed.
La Fabrique was launched in 2011 by an avid cookie lover and gave way to an inventive culinary movement. The timeless baked delight dons imaginative avatars that are influenced by classic flavor combinations like lemon meringue, strawberry white chocolate, cinnamon and apple, smarties, oreo and candied orange. The choicest ingredients are selected from across the country; calisson candy representing Aix-en-Provence and pink praline sourced from Valence as well as nougat from Montélimar. Your cookie order can be customized for a delicious addition to the menu at your private event.
A unique concept, it is a cafe and store rolled into one and a great place for expectant and young parents. Le Poussette Café is a welcome break in the busy world of child rearing. Whether it is a bigger kid or a toddler, the wonderful playground outside the cafe is a great place to be in while you enjoy a lunch with friends. If you have come shopping for your tiny tot, you will find trendy clothes, cool toys, colorful books and for those expecting, everything you need after the birth of your child. You can check out their website for events like baby massage classes and parental workshops that are really helpful. With facilities like highchairs, booster seats, changing tables, children's menu and bottle warmers, it is easier to manage your kids in the cafe as well. Parenting can be stressful and they have everything to make your visit enjoyable by taking care of your little special ones.
Le Grenier à pain looks like other bakeries in a district like many others in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It is one of the 20 bakeries owned by Michel Galloyer and received the 2010 best baguette of Paris award. Walk in here to savor fresh baked breads, pastries and patisseries. Check out the website for more details.
Located in the district of Notre-Dame de Lorette, the shop, Le Sourire Multicolore, is specialized in fair trade: you will find ethical clothing and fair-trade objects. All T-shirts and lingerie are made from organic cotton; sweaters are made of cashmere or wool; Bolivian gloves, hats and scarves are hand-knitted. Available brands are: Ethos, Idéo, Herbe Rouge, Peau Ethique and more. To decorate your house, you will find numerous pieces, many of which are made from recycled materials (candle holders, candlesticks, lanterns). Le Sourire Multicolore sells handbags as well as handcrafted jewelry (from Madagascar for example) made out of grain, horns, mother-of-pearl, pearls, vegetable ivory, or even origami.