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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.
The visit that I'm reviewing was during the covid crisis but unlike some visitor attractions in Paris, it is still possible to pay at the door here but only by card and an automated thermometer takes your temperature on arrival.
It is such a spectacular building both inside and out that it's worth a trip if you are in Paris....
Visiting today, first time since May 2017 when I attended a concert here.
Lots of Covid-19 signs with every other seat blocked off.
The interior is without peer, Grand in every way.
The organist was practicing when we visited. - it was awesome.
Browsing this arcade whilst we stayed in the area we came here a few times for groceries from Marks and Spencer and also found this lovely shop where I bought some stone frogs made from minerals I hadn't seen. Worth a look, friendly people and I think there is guided tours of this too.
Gustave Moreau was a symbolist. I found his paintings fascinating and his drawings shows what a master he was.
A visit takes you through his living quarters and then up into his studio.
We bought a joint ticket which included the Jean- Jacques Henner museum - a very different painter.
A very good meal to have a good time in this restaurant. We were lucky to have a place without a reservation. The manager is very attentive and takes the time to explain all the menu proposals (we love it!). Based on advice from other clients when we were there.
In short, you can go there with your eyes closed.
Excellent restaurant in a quite street. Tables inside and outdoor. We took the menu degustation which was really excellent. The japanese touch on all dishes was so good. Very nice and polite service. We will surely come back. Good wine list too!
Maison Souquet is a beautiful, boutique, establishment located just across from the Mouline Rouge, so super-convenient for accessing Paris both on foot and by metro.
Given the situation, I was amazed by how well the staff looked after us and made us forget there was even a pandemic. Everything we requested was taken care of quickly and with a smile....
An amazing hotel, very well located. The stuff is very kind and professional. This hotel is ideal for both touristic and business trips.
Despite being close to all the touristic attractions, rooms are very calm and chill.
Totally worth to visit!
The hotel treated me well beyond what was required or expected. When a complication arose concerning our travels, I asked for help, and they treated me with kindness and decency. I am very grateful to have booked with these professionals and will stay during my next trip to Paris.
This hotel was super cute right near the Lourve and walking distance to most main attractions in the city. The staff was very friendly and helpful and there were snacks and drinks in the lobby throughout the day which we loved. I would definitely stay here again when we return to Paris!
On our way to Normandy, we stopped in Paris and spent one night at this hotel. While being close to the Seine and the major sights, it is located in a rather quiet street, so we could enjoy both the buzz of the city and tranquillity at night. Also, we could not have hoped for greater hosts! After a warm...