Edouard Vii Opera Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

39 Avenue de L'Opéra, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75002, France

2 Reviews

Hotel Edouard 7
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Hotels.com Expedia.com Priceline.com

92%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
56%
103
Very Good
29%
54
Average
7%
14
Poor
2%
4
Terrible
3%
6

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 66% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

Show Prices

Good For Couples
  • Families86
  • Couples88
  • Solo87
  • Business80
  • NedHopkins's Profile Photo

    Edouard VII revisited

    by

    In 2007 we stayed in Suite 606. During our June 2010 visit we lodged in what had been its twin, Suite 506.

    In the intervening years the hotel had been extensively remodeled. In 2007 the suite had been divided into two small rooms, bed and sitting, with a large bathroom and a separate room for the commode. In 2010 the wall between the two small rooms had been removed and the "suite" consisted of one large room (plus the bath and commode). Both suites had large, wrap-around balconies.

    In 2007 the decor was understated. In 2010 it looked a bit like Hollywood's idea of a high-class brothel -- ugly red and black wallpaper.

    Breakfast, at 20€ was no bargain: the buffet offered about half as many items in 2010 as it had in 2007.

    Unique Quality: For all its changes, one feature has remained: the hotel staff is friendly and helpful

    The hotel's location cannot be beat: it is the only hotel on Avenue de la Opéra, within easy walking distance of the Louvre and of the Opéra Garnier (now the Palais Garnier). Many and good restaurants abound in the area as does shopping (including Galeries Lafayette). The hotel's own restaurant has, however, a much scaled-back menu -- so much so that the 2009 Guide Michelin identified the hotel as "sans rest."

    One surprise was the number of Asian (especially Japanese) restaurants in the area. Their number seems to have tripled or quadrupled since our 2007 visit.

  • NedHopkins's Profile Photo

    Best Paris hotel I've ever stayed in

    by

    For a reason I don't understand, we were upgraded from a standard double to a suite. The rack rate for the double was €390 (about US$500) a night; that for a junior suite was €520 (US$665). We were charged only €310 ($397).

    The suite (606) was luxurious: a small bedroom with TV, two tables and chairs, and minibar; a large sitting room with sofa, two easy chairs, two tables and a chair, and a chest-of-drawers; a good-sized bathroom with combined tub and shower, double wash basins, and many amenities; and a commode in a separate room (a civilized touch). In addition, five French doors opened onto a wrap-around balcony, the longer side of which offered splendid views of the Avenue de la Opéra.

    The staff was friendly and helpful. And Edouard VII's location is ideal: a short walk to the Louvre, near two Metro stations (Opera and Pyramides), and close to fine restaurants and shops.

    We liked Edouard VII so much that we're going back, for six nights, in June 2010. This time we've reserved a deluxe room. We'll see. . . .

    Unique Quality: Newspapers (English, French, and German) are available, free, just outside the restaurant each morning.

    The restaurant serves a fine, though not inexpensive, breakfast: croissants and several kinds of bread, eggs, bacon and other meats, and more.

    The dinner menu is limited but the food is good -- I had lamb done to perfection -- and includes an extensive wine menu.

    Directions: A short walk up the Avenue de la Opéra from the Louvre.

More about Edouard Vii Opera Hotel

Hidden Treasures of the 9e -- Part 1

by shrimp56 about Theatre Edouard

Place Edouard VII is found at the heart of a block between Opera and Madeleine. You have to know where you are going to find it.
.
King Edward VII of England (1841-1910) was noted as a great francophile, hence the place and the name of the theater.

Rue Edouard VII: Hidden treasure named for ex-king

by shrimp56

This street, hidden in plain sight in the center of a block in the 9th arrondissement near Opera, was named after a French favorite -- King Edward VII of Great Britain. He was, as you recall, the kind who lost his head over a woman. Fitting then that this block of theaters, hotels and apartments is so well hidden away from the busy boulevards near Opéra.

Forum Posts

pedestrian streets

by mtlman

I will be in Paris for 3 days in june and I have to go visit some pedestrian-only streets in Paris for a school report. Can you give me a few spots where streets are dedicated to pedestrians, I already know the Quartier Latin but I need other places.
Thanks in advance

Re: pedestrian streets

by GUYON

Rue Montorgueil (2 e arrt) : it was visited this week by Elysabeth II
Rue Mouffetard (5e arrt) : pedestrian street when there is a market
Rue Charras (9e arrt) : in the middle of the department stores
Place Edouard VII (9e arrt) : a curious group of streets to walk
Rue Cler (7e arrt) : the days of market
Carrefour de bucy (6e arrt) : when there is a market

Re: Re: pedestrian streets

by mtlman

Thanks for your previous reply. It will help me a lot.

I would like to know now which part of Montmarte are the most interesting, I mean the village itself. Is that around the Abesses metro station or more near the sacre-coeur.

Re: Re: pedestrian streets

by orlikins

Around Les Halles and Chatelet, you'll find pedestrian zones (right in the heart of the city) - get out at Chatelet metro stop

O.

Re: Re: pedestrian streets

by Hamster_Huey

Canal Saint Martin is a large pedestrian area on Sundays. Very nice on a lazy sunny sunday afternoon...

Re: pedestrian streets

by balisunshine

In the 14th Arr. there is Rue Daguerre, full of restaurants and outdoor markets.

Re: Re: pedestrian streets

by vaara

The touristy part of Montmartre is at the top, around Sacré-Coeur -- Place du Tertre especially. The area immediately around the Abbesses metro station isn't particularly interesting. You need to walk to the Funiculaire (your metro ticket is valid) and take it to the top of the hill.

Comments

Popular Hotels in Paris

Four Seasons George V Paris

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 4 Reviews

31 Av George V, 8th Arr., Paris

Show Prices

Saint James Paris

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars 1 Review

43 avenue Bugeaud, Paris

Show Prices

Hotel Ares

Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars 1 Review

7 rue du General de Larminat, 15 Arr., Paris

Show Prices

Hotel Lindbergh

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars 1 Review

5, rue Chomel, Paris

Show Prices

View all Paris hotels

View all Paris hotels

Latest Paris hotel reviews

Libertel Elysees Ponthieu
218 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2014
Hotel de la Faculte Paris
94 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: May 22, 2014
Regents Hotel
214 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2014
Courtyard By Marriott Neuilly
72 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2014
Hotel De Reuilly
57 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 1, 2014
Hotel Plessis Paris
277 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2014
Concorde Opera Paris
564 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 9, 2014
Hotel Pullman Paris Montparnasse
774 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 10, 2014
Best Western Premier Eiffel Park Hotel Paris
618 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 1, 2014
Formule 1 Paris Porte de Chatillon
52 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 5, 2014
Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile
361 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 9, 2014
Mercure Suffren Tour Eiffel Paris
1079 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 10, 2014
Mercure Paris Ronceray Opera
186 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 10, 2014
Le Parc Sofitel Demeure Hotels
455 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 9, 2014
Grand Hotel Des Flandres
27 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 23, 2014

 Edouard Vii Opera Hotel

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Edouard Vii Paris

Address: 39 Avenue de L'Opéra, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75002, France