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All reviewsoscar wildeexcellent locationquiet streetgalleries lafayetterooms are smallone night stayair conditioningwalking distanceminute walkcdg airportfree breakfastlovely little hoteldouble bedcroissantshotel is locatedshort stayopera
our room was very pretty, with a classic style
the receptionists very nice especially the tall gentelman
we did not have time to have breakfast, because it ended at 10am,
we will probably come back soon
My husband and I are staying in Paris for the first time and have found this location to be very convenient. The hotel itself is a lovely old building and our room had a charming little balcony. The hotel is quite small but the rooms...More
The hotel is located in a very good location. Very close to metro (Pyramides) 5 mins walk and Opera just 10 mins walk if you take Roisy bus from CDG. For the museum and shopping lovers, Louvre and Saint Honore just 15 mins walk from...More
Needed to stop over at Paris (TGV-Eurostar), so I picked accommodation of this area for one night stay. Very small elevator was helpful for 6th floor but I needed to use stairs when it wasn't available. Shampoo, body soap and body cream were available. (No...More
Thank Ray S
Response from HUMEAXAV, Propriétaire at Hotel Louvre Marsollier OperaResponded 10 January 2018
We read very carefully your review and we are a little surprised with your quotation. Indeed, when you left the hotel Louvre Marsollier Opera, everything seemed to be perfect with your stay. Next time you come to Paris, please let us know what...More
We stayed here in the run up to Christmas and was very happy with our stay. The hotel is in an ideal location, close to the busy Opera area, 10 minutes from the metro and 15 minutes from the Galleries Lafayette and busy high streets....More
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.
Response from janetlaube l | Reviewed this property |
After you get off the Roissy bus and walk across the street to the left, you are on the rear right side of the Opera. Walk to the front of the Opera. Go down the left side of Avenue de l'Opera two short blocks, turn left... More
After you get off the Roissy bus and walk across the street to the left, you are on the rear right side of the Opera. Walk to the front of the Opera. Go down the left side of Avenue de l'Opera two short blocks, turn left, walk to the metro entrance, turn right, go to the end of the street, turn right and you will find it there. A very easy walk.