Hilton Paris Opera: Review
There’s something magical about hotels that are old converted buildings. You get to see the history and the charm before modern architecture made everything look almost the same. The intricate details of the columns, the hand-crafted walls, and ceilings all combine to create an experience that can transcend you to a different time- such is the case with Hilton Paris Opera.
A landmark building that has been newly renovated, and has the all the modern amenities that you find in all 5 Star hotels. Located in the Opera Quarter, the hotel is right in the centre of Paris and steps away from the public transportation. With the Opéra Garnier, the Louvre Museum and the famous department stores, Galeries Lafayette and Le Printemps all easily accessible, you can easily get your art and shopping fix without having to venture too far out.
One of the best features of the hotel is easily the Le Grand Salon- which represents the grandeur and history of Paris. Sitting in the heart of the hotel, guests can enjoy delicious drinks and food with a stunning background.
Built in 1889, the Hilton Paris Opera was originally built to welcome travellers from the nearby Saint-Lazare station who were visiting the World Expo. It was purchased by the Hilton Group in 2013, and renamed Hilton Paris Opera in 2015.
For those craving french cuisine- be sure to check out Le Pain Quotidien opened in 2016 is located right next door to the Hilton Paris Opera and has access via the hotel. The Belgium brand offers large choice of breakfast, brunch, tartines and main course, with vegetarian options as well as a global healthy menu. Be sure to get there early as their pastries tend to get sold out quickly.
The rooms provide all the amenities that you need for a wonderful and relaxing stay, and accompanied by a delicious breakfast, you are sure to have a great time in the City of Lights.
ADDRESS:08 Rue Saint Lazare, Paris, France
AMENITIES: Free WIFI, TV, Hair dryer, Toiletries,
IS THERE A BAR?: Yes- Grand Salon.
YOU CAN WALK TO: Opéra Garnier, the Louvre Museum Galeries Lafayette and Le Printemps
EASIEST FORM OF TRANSPORT TO AND FROM HOTEL: Taxi, Walking, Metro
OVERALL IMPRESSION: Charming, historical, authentic