A magnificent hotel in a quiet setting
A magnificent hotel in a quiet setting
Best Western Aida Opera - © EASYVOYAGE
Best Western Aida Opera - © EASYVOYAGE
The Best Western Aïda Opéra enjoys a prime location at the heart of Paris's business district, next to the Drouot auction house and close to the Grands Magasins, with the Grands Boulevards area, the perfect portrayal of Paris by night with its many theatres bars, restaurants and clubs, just a stone's throw away. Despite the constant hustle and bustle for which this district is renowned, this is nevertheless a safe cosmopolitan environment, with the many restaurants of the Jewish Quarter also right on the doorstep. The closest metro stations are Grands Boulevards or Cadet.
What sets this Best Western hotel apart from the many other hotels in the same chain in this district is the size of its rooms, which are very large and very well set out. Guests can also choose between three categories, namely parquet, tile or carpeted flooring. The decor matches the rest of the hotel, with fine fabrics, wood features and gilding, and the rooms are well-lit by the two large French doors overlooking the street. Everything you need is provided, including a satellite television, free Wi-Fi access, a fully-stocked mini-bar and room service until midnight, and whilst the bathrooms are large and so immaculately white, they could almost do with a touch of warm colour. The prices are affordable for a hotel in this category.
This hotel is magnificent. Located on the corner of two quiet streets, the Hôtel Best Western Aïda Opéra is like a little haven of peace in an otherwise busy neighbourhood. The entrance is sumptuous, the lobby vast and stylish, with chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, gilding on the walls, long, fine fabric curtains and a piano positioned nonchalantly in the corner, all of which make for a luxurious ambience. The spacious, wood-panelled breakfast room is no let-down either, housed under a large glass roof with an impressive chandelier hanging from it. Access to the guest rooms is via a glass lift that rises up to overlook the inaccessible inner courtyard garden, though the corridors leading to the rooms are narrow.
beauty salon, spa, Turkish bath
gym, fitness, sports
Le Personnel est efficace et sympathique. L'Hôtel est tres bien situé proche du passage des panoramas...et dans une rue calme avec pleins de bons restos alentours. Wifi fonctionnel. Petit dejeuner moyen mais offert.
Idealement situé. Personnel au top. Prix de la chambre tres correct, que demander de plus ?
Chambre minuscule, mais on n'y vit pas... C''est plus un deux etoiles...
Très bien, personnel accueillant et souriant bons services, bien placé
confort lieu et service
il peut y avoir du bruit en fonction de l'emplacement de votre chambre
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