Our gardens, spread over an area of 900 square metres, are lush ecosystems that embody our devotion to nature and our commitment to the environment. They are more than just plots of land. They are sanctuaries of life, each with its own personality and its own story to tell.

On the strength of these landscape studies, Oscar Comtet works all year round to promote biodiversity in the gardens of the Hôtel Particulier Montmartre.
That's why, over the years, we've become an oasis for many of the Parisian species we count in the garden : blackbirds, sparrows, jays, house wrens, great tits, robins and black-headed warblers.

To that end

- we install nesting boxes,
- we supplement their meal during the coldest months of the year,
- we leave plant waste and dead leaves to decompose in the soil to create humus,
- we are restoring habitats for the insects that are the birds' larder,
- we meticulously select endemic garden plants that flower and bear fruit.
All the essences have an interest to a particular bird species.
- no pruning of any area during flowering or fruiting periods,
- watching the neighbourhood cats from a distance so that the birds that thrive and nest on the ground can survive,
- we leave dead wood to decompose on the ground to encourage biodynamic farming of our green spaces,
- we install drinking troughs that are supplied with water all year round,
- every injured bird or fledgling is taken care of, then taken to the clinic in the Maison Alfort's wild animal department.

The presence of these birds in our gardens is a constant reminder of the diversity and beauty of avian fauna. By providing a welcoming habitat and appropriate food resources, we create an environment in which they can flourish.
In turn, they add a touch of life, color and sound to our daily lives, reinforcing our connection with nature and our commitment to preserving the environment.


At Hôtel Particulier Montmartre, respect for the environment is at the heart of our concerns, and we strive every day to reduce our ecological footprint.

On Tuesday 29 May, our zero-plastic approach was recognised by Paris City Hall, making us one of the first establishments to be certified in this area. We are proud of this achievement and are committed to continuing our efforts to reduce our impact on the environment.

We were also privileged to welcome special guests such as Juan B. As chairman and medicine man of the native Texas tribe, the Esto'k Gna, Juan has dedicated his life to preserving the traditions of his people and protecting the environment. He is actively fighting to preserve the last havens of peace in the Rio Grande Valley, and in particular the Boca Chica nature reserve. These encounters inspire us and reinforce our commitment to preserving the environment.

At Hôtel Particulier Montmartre, we strive to minimise our ecological footprint and support sustainable initiatives. We reduce our waste and favor local and sustainable products in our cooking. Juan's stay was an opportunity to share and discuss these common values.

Finally, every year we donate part of our profits to associations such as ASPAS (Association pour la Protection des Animaux Sauvages), supporting wildlife conservation initiatives. We believe in a sustainable future for all and invite our customers and partners to adopt environmentally-friendly practices.