Parks and nature near the hotel
At the Hotel Apolonia Paris Montmartre you are in the city center of Paris but you are also near many green open spaces ideal for promenading around the hotel.
Jardin Sauvage Saint Vincent
An oasis of greenery and calm, the garden extends over 2000 m². Nature has invaded this once abandoned place for several years before being rediscovered in 1987 by the City of Paris. Leave your car at the hotel's car park and walk to the Jardin Sauvage, follow the street "Fontaine du But" and then "rue Saint-Vincent".
Ideal to recharge your batteries after a day's work or sightseeing, the Square Léon-Serpollet offers a haven of peace. Organized in terraces, it has a promenade that circles a more central area dedicated to play areas for children. One of its entrances is a few meters from your hotel in Montmartre.
The third largest cemetery in Paris, this cemetery was designed for promenading, with fabulously tall trees. You can see the graves of Dalida, Michael Berger, Emile Zola and Stendhal. From your hotel, follow the rue "Fontaine du But" and "Rue Caulaincourt".