Paris: Double Room for Two with Breakfast at Hotel Touraine Opéra


September 28, 2021

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The Hotel

Nestled only a few minutes from the Palais Garnier opera house, Hotel Touraine Opéra is suited for travellers looking to explore cultural treasures of Paris alongside its best shopping boutiques. The hotel is located only five minutes away fro the upscale Galeries Lafayette Haussmann and even less from the Notre-Dame-de-Lorette metro station that can take visitors straight to Montmartre district. The Saint-Lazare train station is only ten-minute stroll away as well.

Contemporary rooms are decorated in a peculiar fashion with most of the room being done in muted shades but bright neon accents peppered throughout. Guests can rely on such accommodations as Wi-Fi access, LCD TVs, minibars and desks, as well as safes and air-conditioning. Breakfast in the room is also a viable option ordered at the reception desk for an extra charge.

Each morning, an English and French breakfast buffet are served in the hotel’s dining room. Patrons can gawk at the exposed stone walls and the arched vaulted ceiling in the room before sitting to the meal. In-between city adventures, visitors can enjoy drinks served at the bar and sit in a shared marble lounge with a local or international newspaper to keep them entertained.

Room Details

Double Room

  • Standard occupancy: 2 people
  • Maximum occupancy: 2 people

Groupon’s Guide To Paris

Combining a rich heritage with contemporary perks, this lively European capital is a place of historic, artistic and gastronomic treasures including museums, fountains, bridges, vineyards, cafes, restaurants and much more.

The City of Light marries classic artwork that can be discovered at The Louvre or Le Musee d’Orsay with contemporary art. Churches are the oldest intact buildings in Paris, and stained glass windows pair up with flamboyant Gothic structures achieving architectural wonders, such as Sainte-Chapelle or Saint-Denis Basilica. Tourists can walk on the banks of the River Seine or through the Promenade Plantée park, while Champs Elysées offers high-end boutiques, glitzy showrooms and the famous Arc de Triomphe. Travellers can have a taste of the French cuisine including pastries, seafood and couscous, shop in exclusive boutiques and flea markets, dance the night away in one of the many night clubs, or enjoy a French Cancan show at the Moulin Rouge. Paris has a temperate, oceanic climate with warm summers and cold winters. Summer comes with an occasional heatwave and eight hours of sunshine a day, while in autumn temperatures drop to 15°C in October with an average of 50mm of rain per month. During winter, temperatures drop to 1°C in January, with highs of maximum 6°C and approx. two hours of sunshine a day.