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Named after the high-spirited neighbourhood in which it's located, the hotel is designed to be an urban social hub and meeting point.
One winner and their guest will be invited to stay at Le Pigalle in a Pigalle 21 room for three nights on a B&B basis, with a complimentary dinner on one night during their stay.
Located at the centre of Pigalle, the hotel is a few minutes walk from numerous popular tourist spots, including cabarets, late-night bars and adult shops.
Interior design-duo Charlotte De Tonnac and Hugo Sauzay conceived a retro-style aesthetic for the Le Pigalle boutique hotel, across 40 rooms of seven different types.
Speckled linoleum flooring, retro lighting fixtures and buttoned-leather armchairs feature around the hotel.
The winner will stay in a Pigalle 21 room, furnished with a king-size bed, mini-bar and an open-plan bathroom with ceramic or marble basins.
Furniture chosen by de Tonnac and Sauzay add a vintage-style touch to the interior. This includes lip-shaped sofas and leather-upholstered counters, which simultaneously nod to the neighbourhood's seductive history.
Pigalle 21, 22 and One rooms come with their own selection of vinyl records curated by local DJ Victor Kiswell. The tracks aim to embody Pigalle's character, and can be played on the turntables that are available in the rooms.
"The turntable takes you on a journey through the city's musical past, with the leather-upholstered bar acting as a throwback to the golden era of the 1920s," said the hotel.
Artworks vary from black-and-white photographs, to paintings by local artists, to comic drawings.
This eclectic mix was selected by the interior designers to represent Pigalle's history as a popular spot for artists, including Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh and André Breton.
Some Pigalle 21 suites offer views to the street and Sacré-Cœur, a Roman Catholic church and basilica on the summit of Montmartre. Other rooms look into the hotel's enclosed courtyard.
A restaurant, bar and cafe is located on the ground floor. Open until late, unlike most in Paris, the restaurant offers a seasonal menu, depending on the locally sourced ingredients available.
Included in this competition prize, the winner and their guest will enjoy a complimentary dinner on one night of their visit.
Le Pigalle has coined itself as the "neighbourhood hotel and epicentre of creativity". Located on the narrow street of Rue Frochot, bars and late-night hangouts are easily accessible from the hotel.
Further into Pigalle, guests can visit Le Divan du Monde, a concert hall converted from a 19th-century theatre, and Moulin Rouge, the infamous cabaret.
Bookings at Le Pigalle are available online.
Competition closes 4 February 2020. One winner will be selected at random and notified by email, and his or her name will be published at the top of this page. Terms and conditions apply. Flights are not included.