Hilton Paris Opera embodies refinement and features a magnificent main Bar : Le Grand Salon. This luxurious masterpiece of the hotel is listed as a historical monument.
A historical monument
The Hilton Paris Opéra ideally located near Gare Saint-Lazare and close to the department stores has something to seduce you. Created in 1889 for the Universal Exhibition and formerly called the Grand Hôtel Terminus, this hotel, whose facade and Grand Salon are classified as historical monuments, celebrated its 130th anniversary in 2019. It retains its charm of yesteryear today. First hotel to offer electricity, telephone and elevator, great luxury at the time. Travelers used to be able to access the Hotel directly via the Empress Eugenie Footbridge. Today closed, this footbridge now houses the Café Dalloyau.
One of the trendiest places in the 1950’s
The Grand Salon, named “Snack Spot” in the 1950s, was at the time one of the trendiest places in the capital. In addition, the Hilton Opera also offers its Bubble Suite: a bar dedicated to the world of champagne. The Hilton Opera is known for its gold and black decoration in an art deco style, to which the Bubble Suite fits perfectly. An elegant place, where you can taste the pure product or in creative cocktails. To accompany luxury amuse-bouche: foie gras, scallops, oysters… You are going to enjoy it. It is in its pretty setting, with its Belle Epoque atmosphere, that you can come and settle down quietly, in the calm of the hustle and bustle and enjoy a real lunch break, afternoon tea, after or dinner.
108 Rue Saint-Lazare,