Hilton Paris Opera

108, rue Saint-Lazare, 08 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France
(3.5 star hotel)
#717 of 2,274 hotels in Paris
Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 6 reviews
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off and on Gare St Lazare

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 21, 2012

a hotel full of history next to a historical train station and convenient to all madeleine, opera,and the department stores lafayette and printemps
inside the Golden Black bar is great for mingling and drinks, and the Terminus Cafe offers great meals in a historical environment 1900's style
The hotel offers package deals with room,food and tours/sightseeing. I would recommend for the service, and the proximity to the best of Paris, plus easy on and off transportation.

this hotel will be the Hilton Paris Opéra by August 2014. It is now Under rénovations.

Unique Quality: the facilities were seen by a business conference so the details are great for that. those that stay in room told me the views were great over the madeleine and opera of paris. You have concierge and business center available with 12 meeting rooms.

Directions: right across from train station gare St Lazare,a hub of public transport¨In Paris

Dishonest Hotel

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 17, 2009

I felt uncomfortable staying here after I placed a "do not disturb" sign on my door and housekeeping came in anyway, after which my pearl earrings disappeared. The hotel did not do anything to compensate for the loss. Nobody should have been in our room. The hotel facade and lobby is pretty, but the rooms are dirty...think I got flea bites from the carpet. Location is good.

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Paris, Saint Lazare

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 6, 2006

5 Star very old, very beautiful hotel. Great Service, especially considering its Paris! However, remember if your flight arrives early in the morning do not plan on checking into the hotel early or you will end up sleeping in the lobby like we did!
Rooms should be ready by noon to one o'clock at best. We only got into ours about elevenish because the people checked out early and the girl at the desk arranged for speedy servicing of the room for us. She was very patient and very nice to some, somewhat grumpy sleepless folks :-)

Unique Quality: Nice cozy places to eat surround the hotel. Easy access to big shopping (Printemps) and the tourist busses. Right next store to big train/subway (metro) station.

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Amazing Lobby, but pricey rooms

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 23, 2005

Hotel Concorde Saint Lazare

The Lobby, it has to be said, really blows your socks off. The sheer opulant luxury of the place with more mirrors, gold leaf, marble and crystal chandaliers per square metre than anywhere else i've ever been. According to the blurb it also has many leather fauteuils (but I don't know what they are...but hey, they sounds kinky)

It's worth just wandering up to the desk and enquiring about rates just to get a look at the place.

The receptionist let us have a look at a standard room. Whilst it was well presented and clean it was not exactly specaular. At nearly 300 euro a night I do expect hot and cold running chambermaids.

She also mentioned that a little bit of scouting around on the net should lead to you bagging a far more reasonable deal (i paraphrase her french slightly) than the standard rack rate.

Superb location.

Unique Quality: The lobby.

Directions: In front of the famous station

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Great Location and Fantastic Lobby

by written on April 14, 2003

This beautiful XIXth century hotel is located in the heart of the shopping district of Paris and has every means of public transport on its doorstep.
All rooms have air conditioning, double glazing, telephone equipped with voice mail, minibar and individual safe, direct connection for computers, cable and Pay TV and hair-dryer. The rooms was clean and bright and the bathroom was enormous. We booked directly with the hotel and got a special Valentine Package which was considerably less than the rack rate. We paid around £100 a night per room, including breakfast. The hotel staff were very friendly and helpful.

Unique Quality: Superb location.
Reasonably priced.
Quiet rooms.
Friendly staff.
Gorgeous lobby.

Directions: Right next to Saint Lazare station.

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I would recommend that if you...

by written on August 25, 2002

I would recommend that if you are going to travel to Paris, then do it in Style. If you can afford it try to stay in a Luxurious hotel as it will keep you in the parisian mood. I stayed at the Hotel Concorde St.Lazare and it was Grand!!
£100.00 per night but worth it.

Unique Quality: The rooms were very clean- maid in every day, you have a T.V, Wardrobes ensuites bathroom(huge bath) with shower and bath,telephone and hairdryer. The restaurants were very good too. I must stress though that it is quite expensive.

Directions: Rue St.Lazare- can't miss this place it is right next to the station and absolutely massive.

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Address: 108, rue Saint-Lazare, 08 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France

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Amenities at Hilton Paris Opera

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge

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