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3 Star Hotel Opera

What we love
  • The African-lodge style
  • Room 751 in the attic with a lounge area and a view of Sacré Coeur
  • The breakfast room with a view of the Folies Bergères
  • The fifth-floor rooms with balconies

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Contact information

Pavillon Opéra Bourse

15, rue Geoffroy Marie

75009 PARIS

+33 (0)1 53 34 12 12

+33 (0)1 53 34 16 17


Grands Boulevards: lines 8, 9.
Cadet: line 7.

Getting here

Patterns and colours reminiscent of Africa and the appeal of the covered walkways 

The Pavillon Opéra Bourse hotel plays with materials and hues to create an exotic atmosphere. The patterns and colours of the savannah combined with dark wood evoke African lodges.
The hotel is located in the perfect district for taking advantage of the capital’s activities, both day and night. This is the district where the covered walkways are located, well-known or private, and shopping enjoys its place of honour, with the “Grands Magasins” just steps away.
Within close proximity, the Opera and the concentration of theatres make it easy to choose an evening activity. Opposite this Belle-Époque-style institution is the Folies Bergères, which guests can see as they start their day in the breakfast room.
From the balconies of the fifth-floor rooms, guests can enjoy a typical Parisian panorama, but the most sought-after room, with its view of Sacré-Coeur and its romantic feel, is certainly room 751, located right in the attic.

Hotel highlights


Breakfast: hot buffet & room service.

Dining: room service.

Languages spoken at reception: French - English, Spanish, Italian, Arabic

Other: Satellite TV, mini-bar, safe, WIFI



Lounge area

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Languages spoken at reception: French - English, Spanish, Italian, Arabic

There are areas in Paris where shopping is king. Where the supply is so abundant that it borders on the mythical. This is the case of the Grands Boulevards, where, even outside of the Christmas shopping period or the big sales, it’s busy all the time...

The Parisian identity, intimately linked with the city’s boulevards, is emblematic here. In the 19th century, Haussmann created a sumptuous architecture, bestowing honour, shops and activity to the streets.
The boulevard bearing his name became the home of le Printemps and les Galeries Lafayette. It’s worth going out of one’s way to see the architecture of these buildings, but discovering the atmosphere inside is also a unique experience.
Several old or modern walkways spread their way through this district. The des Panoramas and du Havre passages, as well as the interior of the Gare Saint-Lazare, entice strollers to come buy the goods on display. Items of every description and price are offered for sale here. 

Find out more

Map Opéra - Grands Boulevards - Saint Lazare

How to get here

By car :



special rates for hotel guests: 17 Euros/24h

By train :

Gare de Lyon for TGVs coming from the South

Gare du Nord: TGV Nord, Thalys, Eurostar

Gare Montparnasse: TGV Atlantique

Gare de l'Est: TGV Est

Metro and bus :

Grands Boulevards: lines 8, 9.
Cadet: line 7

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