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We loved our stay at this lovely hotel in Paris! The room did look just like the pictures, and was so cute.
Great cleaning, near the metro station, cafes and restaurants just up the street, silent at night.More
Response from Hotel-cmanager, Directeur général at Hotel Ascot OperaResponded 3 days ago
Dear Guests, Thanks for your nice review about our hotel.
It's a delight to read you enjoyed your stay among us. We value your mention on your room's decoration, quietness and cleanliness. Thanks for praising our convenient location just off three metro stations: Opéra, Quatre...More
I stayed for a week at Hotel Ascot Opera this May during our European tour. This was our second time in Paris, the hotel is good value for money in general for the following reasons:
Location is priceless, access to all major attractions by walking,...More
Response from Hotel-cmanager, General Manager at Hotel Ascot OperaResponded 31 May 2017
Dear Guest, we would like to thank you for your kind review about your stay at the Hôtel Ascot Opera.
We are very pleased that you and your family had such an enjoyable time with us and were able to make the most of our...More
The hotel is located in a very quiet street in the centrum of Paris. Just minutes (really) of walking to Louvre and other main attractions. The hotel is rather small but very comfy and neat. The rooms are not that big, but in the end,...More
Response from Hotel-cmanager, Directeur général at Hotel Ascot OperaResponded 10 May 2017
Dear Guest, Thanks for this review in relation with your experience at Ascot Opera hotel.
Set in Paris centre, our building is ideally located in the capital with worthwhile attractions in the vicinity. Thanks for mentioning our multi-lingual staff, the comfort, cleanliness and site's quietness....More
The location is great - plenty of attractions nearby on a walking distance and the metro station is 20 feet away.
The staff is even better - on our last day our flight was cancelled and we had to get back to the hotel. They...More
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Response from Hotel-cmanager, Directeur général at Hotel Ascot OperaResponded 22 March 2017
Dear Alon, Thanks for posting this supportive review about Hotel Ascot Opera, Paris.
Customer satisfaction is the best reward for the staff. I will gladly convey your positive appreciation of the service. We're pleased your room suited you. We offer wider ones. Feel free to...More
Our family was extremely disappointed in our room at the Hotel Ascot Opera. The room was incredibly hot and there was no way to control the temperature. The AC unit would run for a maximum of 5-10 seconds and then cut off for an hour...More
Response from Hotel-cmanager, General Manager at Hotel Ascot OperaResponded 6 March 2017
Thanks for your time publishing your review regarding your stay at our hotel.
We're absolutely sorry to read your stay didn't meet your expectations. We must say that we're a little bit surprised by this review which differs from the ones we receive...More
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US$125 - US$256 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.