The Hotel CHARLESTON was built around 1928/1929 at the base of the Butte Montmartre. At the time, it was attended by music hall personalities like Maurice Chevalier, Josephine Baker and Mistinguett. It used to contain a Japanese-like dance hall, Japanese influence being very trendy at the time. The dance hall still remains nowadays under the name of MIKADO. Its façade has a pediment, which was common for hotels' architecture. The decoration of the dining room is composed of magnificent mosaics on the floor and engraved glass walls with frescos that have been preserved until now.
During World War 2 the German occupying forces requisitioned it, like all the hotels with enough room, and like all the palaces in Paris. It was occupied by Navy officers.
The hotel is renamed CARLTON'S in the 1950's. In 1968, the current owner completely renovated the establishment, turning the initial 150 rooms into 111 rooms and flats comprising a bathroom and toilets.
In 2008, the CARLTON'S revived the spirit of the Charleston by launching the DELUXE category, embellished in the music hall style, and combining design, comfort and environment. In 2009, dance is back and the CARLTON'S welcomes you with cha-cha music. Go on and choose the tone of your stay in the pages "Rooms" and book online today.
The CARLTON'S is equipped with a Wi-Fi connection and a business corner.
In the same building, you'll find the restaurant where groups can reserve their meals in advance.