Hotel Opera Cyrano Paris

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

14 Rue Papillon, 9th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
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  • Solo62
  • Business80

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Paris Restaurant

by simeoncollins


Im of to Paris in December for 3 nights and would love to attend a restaurant that is black tie dress.

Can anyone suggest some restaurants in Paris that do this?



RE: Paris Restaurant

by julian3

There are many fabulous restaurants of paris, which are all special in many different ways. Many are what you'd say expensive and others realtively acceptable...
Here is a webiste to make your choice a good one:

Have a nice time!!!!

RE: RE: Paris Restaurant

by nygaston

Here are some good restaurants per district (arrondissement) and metro station :

Arr Restaurant address metro comments
1 chez flottes 2 rue cambon concorde 01 42 60 8089
1 le commerce 12 coquilliere les halles
1 clementine 5 saint marc bourse
1 gallopin 40 notre dame des victoires bourse 01 42 36 4538
1 café denon 93 rue de rivoli palais royal
1 café du pont neuf 14 quai du louvres pont neuf
1 ecluse 34 marche st honore pyramide
1 lescure 7 mondovi palais royal
2 la poule au pot 9 vauvilliers louvre
3 le bar a huitre 33 bd beaumarchais bastille
4 bofinger 5 rue de la bastille bastille
4 l'ebouillante 6 rue des barres pont marie
5 le mauzac 7 abbe de l'epee luxembourg
5 le bar a huitre 33 st jacques maubert
5 le pot de terre 22 pot de fer monge
5 IMA 1 fosse st bernard jussieu
6 bouillon racine 3 rue racine cluny
6 vagenende 142 bd saint germain odeon
6 saint benoit 26 st benoit saint germain
6 ecluse 15 quai des gds augustins saint michel
6 montparnasse 1900 59 bd montparnasse montparnasse
7 croque au sel 131 st dominique ecole militaire
7 musee d'orsay 1 bellechasse solferino
8 boeuf sur le toit 34 colisee St philippe du roule
8 ecluse 64 francois 1er george V
8 ecluse 15 pl madeleine madeleine
9 café opera 9 mogador st lazare
9 hotel scribe 1 rue scribe opera
9 relais montmartre 55 bd rochechouart anvers
10 taverne des flandres 8 bd denain gare du nord
11 ecluse bastille 13 roquette bastille
11 les grandes marches 6 pl bastille bastille
12 le train bleu pl louis armand gare de lyon
14 le depart 40 ave du maine montparnasse
14 bar a huitre 112 bd montparnasse vavin
14 la coupole 102 bd montparnasse vavin
15 la porte oceane 11 bd vaugirard montparnasse
16 le petit retro 5 mesnil victor hugo
16 le makakoff 6 pl trocadero trocadero
17 bistro de theo 90 rue des dames rome
17 ecluse 1 d'armaille CDG Etoile
17 bofinger 10 pl marechal juin pereire
18 congres maillot 80 ave grande armee pte maillot **
18 butte en vigne 5 rue poulbot abesse
18 le café de la butte rue de caulaincourt lamarck
18 les copains d'abord rue de caulaincourt lamarck
18 la cremaillere 15 pl du tetre abesse
18 wepler 14 pl clichy pl clichy

Travel Tips for Paris

For me to enter my single most...

by Skye34

For me to enter my single most important activity or site is impossible! I loved everything about Paris, the atmosphere, the sights including Sacre Coeur, Eiffel Tower, the River Seine, Pompidou, Notre Dame, Louvre, Obelisque, the Grande Arche, the beautiful Arc De Triomph, the food and drink and of course the people. My fondest memory of Paris, was walking down the Champs Elysees finding a shop, buying lunch - fresh bagettes with ham & cheese, chocolate eclairs and a bottle of red wine, sitting on a bench with my friends and enjoying the wonderful lunch as we watched Paris go on by....Heaven

One of the many must sees in Paris.

by Roeffie

Le Notre Dame

A beautiful cathedral on
Ile de la Cite in the centre of Paris. It is surrounded by the river Seine. At the time we visited they where restoring the exterior.
That's why a took this picture from

Ile de la Cite

by Fam_Stoica

Ile de la Cite is the cradle of Parisian civilization. It was here that the Parisii tribe lived; the Romans, led by Caesar's lieutenant Labenius, conquered the Parisii in 52 AD and set up camp. The city was given the name Lutecia, from the Latin lutum meaning "mud". During the barbarian invasion, Lutecia's inhabitants, galvanized by the young Sainte Genevieve, took refuge on the easily defended Ile de la Cite. Clovis, king of the Francs and defeater of the Romans, made the island his capital. It stayed the area's center of activity throughout the Middle ages.
In the 9th century, the Norman invasions subjected Paris to repeated Viking attacks. One such attack in 885 met with the resistance led by Count Eudes, later king; once again, the defeat was organized on the island.
The island kept its role as a religious and judicial center throughout the Middle Ages. Notre-Dame (begun in 1163 under the guidance of bishop Maurice de Sully on a spot sacred since Roman times), Sainte-Chapelle (built in 1245 under the reign of St-Louis), and the Conciergerie are the last three Middle-Aged buildings left on the island. Nonetheless, you can still see remnants of medieval streets on the square in front of Notre-Dame. The plaque here in the square is the zero-point for all distances measured from other towns to Paris, underlining yet again the central role of the island in Parisian history.

Holiday wich is always with you

by kris-t

For only EU 2.50 you could be back to childhood for a moment...

This French old-fashioned style carousel (or roundabout, or flying horses) with traditional animal mounts, barley twist poles and fairy lights situated near Palais de Chaillot ...

The canals of Paris - Canauxrama

by aemilys

Cruise along the canals of Paris from the Bastille to La Villette. The cruise takes 2:30 hours and goes along the Canal Saint Martin, then the Bassin de la Villette and the Canal de L'Ourcq. Part of it is underground.

The most interesting things are the three different bridges that move. Two rotate and one lifts up. The locks are neat too. This is really a thing to do if you have the time or are fascinated by 19th engineering.

Cruises leave from the Bastille, Port de l'Arsenal across from 50 bd de la Bastille all year round at 9h45 and 14h30 and cost 14 euros for an adult ticket.

In the summer you can also buy tickets at the Bassin de la Villette, 13 Quai de la Loire and there is another cruise that will take you out of Paris to see the "Guinguettes".


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Address: 14 Rue Papillon, 9th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France