Cordelia Hotel Opera Paris

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

11 Rue de Greffulhe, 8th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 52% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Perfumes from france/europe

by monicarc

Does anyone know of perfumes you can only get in France and/or europe--ie not marketed in the US? Wanting to get a unique souvenier (sp?) next time I am there. I believe there are a few Guerlain scents that are only sold in France and Loewe--I don't think--is yet sold in the US. There are tons of Sephoras where I live so nothing I could easily buy there. Thanks.

Re: Perfumes from france/europe

by Beausoleil

You might consider Fragonard. I've never seen them in the US although they can be ordered online directly from Fragonard. They are based in Grasse although they have shops in St. Paul de Vence and Paris that I've also visited.

There is a perfume museum and shop in Paris. Here's the web site: http://www.fragonard.com/parfums_grasse/GB/fragonard/paris/

Have fun.

Re: Perfumes from france/europe

by ForestqueenNYC

I believe Poivre by Caron is only sold in Europe. You can buy it at Bon Marché in the 6th arrondisement. It is not in the perfume section of the store, but upstairs on the second or third floor near lingerie and les toilettes.

It's a very particular fragrance and not to everyone's taste. I loved it immediately, but it is expensive so it took me a year to finally decide to buy a very tiny bottle.

Check here to read about it. I think you will love the description of perfume on this site. Almost poetic. By the way, if you do like this fragrance, but you don't want to spend the money consider the Coup de Fouet which is the EDC version.
http://boisdejasmin.typepad.com/_/2005/06/caron_coup_de_f.html

Re: Perfumes from france/europe

by losham

FLEUR D'EAU by ROCHAS was only sold in France when it was first produced in the late 90s and then was exported to the States for retail sales sometime around 2005. Today it is nowhere to be found in the New York Metropoitan area in retail stores although Sephora lists it on their site. I do not like to order from online sites so I'm going back to Paris in the fall and hope to buy Fleur D'Eau.

Also Paco Rabane's CALANDRE is nowhere to be found although I had been told they discontinued it.

A rose by any other name.....Losham

Re: Perfumes from france/europe

by ForestqueenNYC

Another perfume that, as of 2005, was only sold in Paris at the flagship store is the revived 1936 Guerlain perfume, Vega. It was brought back for the opening of La Maison Guerlain, 68 Champs Elysées. Other oldies of Guerlain are said to be "resuscitated", but no dates are given as to when. Read the review at
http://boisdejasmin.typepad.com/_/2005/12/fragrance_revie_2.html

Re: Perfumes from france/europe

by KristaB

Some of my favourite perfumes are from French "niche" brands, so far I've been enjoying some of L'artisan Parfumeur and Perfumes d'Empire - fabulous unisex scents with precious spices, herbs, resins and flowers. For more feminine scents, sniff fo Annick Goutal. These artisan perfumes are available in special perfume shops which usually don't sell mass production brands.

Travel Tips for Paris

what kind of coke are we buying?

by bryINpoland

one thing i learned in paris, and in other countries throughtout europe, is that coca cola is expensive. i wish i could remember the name of the cafe we ate at, but our food alone came to 24 euro, our one glass of coke (it was big, but still) came to 12.50 each. i learned the hard way in venice as well but thats a different story...
moral of the story is, to always check the price of the soft drink, and be careful when it come to refills...

* please feel free to rate this tip, and any of my other tips. i am lways looking to make improvments. thank u

Useful phone numbers

by ealgisi

The most common European emergency number 112 (following Directive 2002/22/EC: Universal Service Directive) and also standard on GSM mobile phones. 112 is used in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom in addition to their other emergency numbers.

Here are some useful phone numbers that you might need while in France:

Police: 17
Hospital-based Ambulance (SAMU): 15
Fire Service-based Ambulance: 18
Fire: 18, 112 calls are answered by 15 or 18 dispatchers, depending on the caller's location. 115 for homeless.

Red Light !!!

by Maillekeukeul

Even if Paris will not host the 2012 Olympic games, nobody in Paris will ever forget all the fancy shows that have dotted the main areas of the city... A lot less fancy : nobody will forget the bombs in London, the city that has been chosen to host the olympics...

See the world go by

by mariev

No Parisian experience would be complete without taking some time to sit down and to spend - at least some minutes - dreaming, looking at the passers by, reading, relaxing...

Wherever you are - even if it is not at a cafe terrasse, you will find an hospitable bench waiting for you.

Do like the locals (including the pigeons), slow down, sit down and open your eyes - no need to DO something - just see the world go by !

Fashionable Fur

by BeatChick

Another thing i noticed, and it shouldn't be too surprising in such a fashion-conscious city as Paris, were all the fur coats (real & faux) I noticed this winter. Normally, I suppose you'd expect to see them in the ritzier parts of town such as the 16th, 7th or 8th arrondissements (particularly around and about the Champs Elysees) but these beauties were noted around the Place de la Bastille. Perhaps they were tourists, perhaps natives - who can tell?

Photos: February 2006

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Address: 11 Rue de Greffulhe, 8th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France