Millennium Hotel Paris Opéra
What We Love
- Location: The hotel's central spot means Paris's museums, shops and cultural attractions are at your fingertips
- French details, from the interior art to the minibar's Bruno Paillard champagne
- Free WiFi
What To Know
- Rooms overlook a quiet courtyard or the tree-lined Boulevard Haussmann
- The ceiling dome in the lobby was designed by Alexandre Gustave Eiffel
- Classic French brasserie fare is served at Brasserie Haussmann
- Free WiFi
From the black-and-white flooring to the gilded elevator, Millennium Hotel Opera recalls Paris’ Jazz Age; the lobby bar, Le Douze, even has a ceiling dome designed by Eiffel himself. Decadent flourishes are paired with comfy guestrooms and homey lounges stuffed with fireplaces, bookshelves and sturdy brown furniture, and there’s a café-style eatery on-site. The location puts you a pirouette away from the historic Paris Opera, the Louvre and Galaries Lafayette.
Bed and Bath
The rooms are classic but not ornate. Impressionist paintings and architectural sketches dot the walls, and tall French windows overlook a quiet courtyard or the tree-lined Boulevard Haussmann. Bedding and curtains stick to light floral patterns. Amenities include a TV, minibar and safe. The bathroom’s black-and-white tiling, marble tabletops and chrome accents recall the lobby’s design, and bathroom soaps and sundries carry the hotel’s own branding.
The laid-back Brasserie Haussmann is a traditional brasserie with dark wooden tables, brass lamps, red velvet booths, green leather chairs and satirical sketches on the wall. French staples, from onion soup to croque monsieur, are served inside or streetside for more of a café-style dining experience. After dinner grab a book from the hotel’s library and curl up next to the cozy fireplace or sip a digestif at Bar La Bibliotheque.
In the Area
The hotel is close to the historic Paris Opera, which offers ballets, operas and other performances, and a short walk from the iconic department store Galeries Lafayette. The Louvre and its innumerable famous objets — the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, etc. — is a few stops south on the metro; ride it a little longer to hit the bustling Latin Quarter, Ernest Hemingway’s old haunt, now home to an energetic café and bar scene.
How to Get There
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We are staying there 3 nights but we’ve really comfortable with a hotel so we even change our flight to go back japan then finally stayed 5 nights.
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Wonderful staff from check-in to check-out. Located just steps from both major departments stores in Paris, the Opera, museums and all the tourist places. The food was very good and we will definitely stay here on future trips.
Beautiful hotel, easy walking to the Louvre and river. Friendly, helpful staff. Corkscrew arrived within minutes of request! Brasserie a bit of a disappointment. Club Bedroom was spacious and beds very comfy.
Nice hotel in a very posh area of Paris. Close to many attractions, rooms were ok and could do with a refurbishment. The lifts were so fascinating! All the staff were great from Anna to Eneleze who were very helpful.Would visit again.
I came from uk to visit paris the hôte was fantastic the staff where so hopefull
The room was nice (720)
The location was so close to the shopping centre.
The notice I would say .
There is so much furniture in the room
I would thanks also the lady ho check me out on 24/11/18
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