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All reviewsoscar wildeexcellent locationquiet streetheart of parisrooms are small but cleanone night staywalking distanceair conditioningfree breakfastlovely little hotelwould recommend this hotel to anyonecroissantshotel is locatedoperalouvreelevatorpyramides
Our stay over spring break was great. This hotel is tucked away on a quiet side street where one can escape the noise of the city and get a restful sleep, but it is right in the heart of all the action. A short walk...More
We stayed for 3 nights in this hotel, and all we can say: Don't hesitate - book!
(just one thing: if you're nonsmoker as we are, don't forget to mention that in advance. We first got a smoker room, but by chance the hotel wasn't...More
I wasn´t expecting much considering travellers reviews about hotels in Paris. In fact they wouldn´t reach american standards. However, the Louvre Marsollier Opera is amazingly located, on a silent small street nearby lots of touristics spots. The room was good-sized, confortable and equipped with mini-bar,...More
Booked this hotel direct through the website after checking all the usual booking sites. I was able to book with the 'promotional' rate, which save us over £100! (The promotional rate, meant free breakfast and a discount, but it meant that if you didnt turn...More
We had read the reviews for Louvre Marsollier Opera on Trip Advisor. The comments were right about the size of the rooms. When we first entered the room I was surprised that they were very small, however after a chat with the staff we were...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.