The location of the hotel is supurb, however they have a nice lobby with leaded glass celing which... See full review
24 Nov 2009
Richmond Opera Hotel Paris is an elegant hotel in Paris with beautiful stained glass ceiling, surrounded by mirrors and marble. This hotel has a suitable location just half a kilometre from Bourse which is the Historic Stock Exchange also known as Euronext. Guests can also visit Palais Royal that has more than 6,000,000 books, documents and maps. The spiritual birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance, Moulin Rouge is also a short distance from this hotel.
Richmond Opera Hotel Paris' reception staff is happy to assist guests during their stay at the hotel. This hotel has a comfortable lounge where visitors can relax after a tour at Grevin museum, the oldest wax museum in Europe. Leisure travellers may also explore Champs Elysees where all major events of Paris took place.
Richmond Opera Hotel is located in the heart of Paris. A variety of the area's places of interests such as Palais Garnier and Opera-Comique are within easy reach from this hotel.
1 km to the Train Station (Saint Lazare)
Breakfast is served everyday at the Richmond Opera Hotel to start the day for guests in Paris. They can also enjoy a drink in the relaxing atmosphere of the lounge area, at the end of the day.
This hotel offers fully furnished guest rooms that feature a Louis XV style to give a comfortable stay for travellers in Paris. All units have air conditioner, safe and a television with cable connection.
Richmond Opera Rooms
The rooms vary in style and are in very good condition. They are exceptionally large. Each room has its own personality; is very well equipped, furnished to a good standard. Each gives an impression that one is back in the 19th century. Bathrooms have either a bath or a shower and are very big. They are tiled in light colours.
24 hour room service
Car rental desk
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The location of the hotel is supurb, however they have a nice lobby with leaded glass celing which need lamps lit above to give the right ambience. They were never on. This might have depended ofn that the hotel didn't have many bookings, it felt
deserted. The room was extreemely hot and the bathroom like a sauna. There was a airconditioner but it was soo noicy you couldn't have it on. The floor not even so the beds slooping down from the head side toward the feet side and you woke up and had to crawl back up again. The bed side tables were just the same, my wife put o wine glass on it and after a whlie in was on the floor brooken. Still I would say if you do get a good price it might be worth it.