This is quite a charming little hotel.
This is quite a charming little hotel.
Ile de France Opera - © EASYVOYAGE
Ile de France Opera - © EASYVOYAGE
Right at the heart of the Opera district, in a lively street which is good for shopping, the hotel stands only a few yards away from one of Paris's most beautiful monuments: the Opéra Garnier. Paris's great department stores are just behind the hotel, ideally located either for shopping or for exploring historic Paris. Once you have comprehended the potential of the district, all that is left to do is walk down to the Louvre, just at the end of the avenue, and if you have enough time, you may even want to visit the neighbouring Japanese district, full of excellent authentic restaurants, some of which are just opposite the hotel. There is a carpark nearby. The nearest underground station is Opéra.
The hotel's 20 guest rooms all have different decoration, that is neat, classical and warm. Their small size is compensated for by the detailed decoration, the choice of curtains, bedding, side lamps, etc. Amenities include individual air-conditioning and a stocked-up minibar, but you will have to pay for WiFi internet access. No room-service. The bathrooms are fitted with a shower or a bathtub, some even have a window. This is a hotel with character and the price is reasonable for its location.
The building also has an interesting history; it used to belong to Madame de la Vallière, King Louis XIV's mistress. Subsequently converted into a hotel, the sign carved in stone still hangs on the façade adding an elegant element to this pretty little hotel fitting to its neighbourhood - neat, a glass porch over the front door and flowers on the balconies. The entrance hall is chic, with white tile flooring, the lobby to one side with armchairs and a free internet station, and a breakfast area to the other, furnished with lined-up contemporary tables. Very handy: the hotel has a private carpark across the street. A member of staff accompanies guests there and back for their safety.
Un super petit hôtel dans un emplacement pratique à Paris
belle vue , près de la station de métro de l'Opéra
offrent des chambres assez petites comparées avec la chaîne motel/hôtel habituelles des États-Unis
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