Due to the health crisis, this establishment is likely to be closed or to welcome you according to specific conditions. For more information, we advise you to get in touch with them.
As soon as you enter, you are captivated by the hushed atmosphere and the cocotte spirit of this former pleasure house that was quite famous during the Belle Epoque. Precious fabrics, splendid Moorish earthenware, majestic fireplace, admirable nude paintings… Everything contributes to plunge you into an intimate and cosy atmosphere ideal for confidences.
A small palace of hedonism, Maison Souquet unveils 20 rooms, including 6 suites with unique decorations bearing the names of the most famous courtesans: Liane de Pougy, La Belle Otéro, La Païva and La Castiglione.
Even if you don't stay overnight, you can still enjoy an exclusive cocktail in the "salon des petits bonheurs", a luxurious bar-library hidden behind thick red curtains, with its monumental fireplace and piano, and its heady purple and woodsy colours. You can enjoy delicious beverages by Clara Boussion, named after former courtesans, such as Leila, made from vodka infused with fresh raspberries, Saint-Germain liqueur, orange and lemon juice, raspberry and ginger ale, which blushes when stirred and promises to revive all our senses.
A last kiss in the winter garden, adorned with ivy and jasmine, surrendering for a few moments in the swan-shaped bench, everything is an invitation to a luxurious, calm and voluptuous journey.
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Days and opening hours
All year round.