The three-star boutique BEST WESTERN Paris Louvre Opéra hotel enjoys a prime location in the 1st arrondissement, right in the centre of Paris. :
– close to Paris’ most prestigious monuments and museums such as the Opéra Garnier, Place Vendôme, La Comédie Française, the Louvre, the Jardin des Tuileries, Place de la Madeleine, Place de la Concorde, and more;
– near the big department stores (Le Printemps, Les Galeries Lafayette), rue St-Honoré, and Place Saint-Honoré, famous for their luxury boutiques and hidden gems; the Carrousel du Louvre; and also, a stone’s throw from Place des Victoires and its designer stores, the Galerie Vivienne, and more.
With its elegant facade and period wrought-iron railings, this carefully renovated historical residence offers a beautifully refined setting in which to enjoy some authentic Parisian charm and a little tranquillity right in the very heart of the capital.
The bronze work, lighting and exotic-wood furniture that greet you in the lobby are designed and crafted by artist Franck Evennou. A refined poetic language that sits beautifully with the soft velvets, the delicate greys and ivories, and the presence of Toulouse Lautrec’s ‘Woman with a black boa’, a reminder that the hotel is steeped in the works of the famous painter. This extends to the rooms where his sketches and engravings portray spontaneous moments of intimacy and elegantly fuse with the sleek, contemporary decor.
A historical hotel that has been designed to ensure that guests benefit from high-tech equipment (LED flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi in the rooms and common areas, air conditioning) whilst retaining its character and authenticity.
A plush ambiance, comfort, and attentive welcome and service, the three-star boutique BEST WESTERN Paris Louvre Opéra hotel offers a quality stay.
Heavily featuring Henri de Toulouse Lautrec who used to visit La Fleur blanche, a prestigious brothel located on the same street during France’s Second Empire, the three-star boutique BEST WESTERN Paris Louvre Opéra hotel is steeped in the works of the famous painter. Paintings, drawings and sketches portray spontaneous moments of intimacy, offering guests the opportunity to soak up the Belle Époque ambiance and discover the work of this great artist.
With refined furniture and predominantly delicate tones, the bright and serene rooms (overlooking the quiet rue des Moulins, or the interior courtyard) offer a haven of tranquillity.
All benefit from the latest in technology (LED flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi access) while retaining the authenticity and intimacy of a hotel steeped in history.
Mini-bar with complimentary non-alcoholic drinks
Accessible for people with reduced mobility
Reception open 24/7
Tea and coffee served in the lounge
Small dogs allowed