Quality Pulitzer Opera Hotel Paris (Paris)
Quality Pulitzer Opera Hotel Paris

country: France, city: Paris (Montmartre)

Quality Pulitzer Opera Hotel Paris Quality Pulitzer Opera Hotel Paris

Location
The Quality Pulitzer Opera Hotel Paris is located in the heart of the Opera neighbourhood and close to the antiques quarter, Lafayette Galleries, Pompidou Centre, Louvre and the Stock Exchange building.

Rooms
All the 44 guestrooms are well appointed and elegantly designed to make your stay comfortable and relaxed.

Restaurant
Guests can unwind themselves after a tiring day with their favourite drink at the onsite bar.

General
The Quality Pulitzer Opera Hotel also offers conference facilities for people travelling on business. During leisure, guests can laze around the garden or enjoy all the excitement that this wonderful city has got to offer.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Baby sitting service
Cafe
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Disabled facilities
Laundry facilities
Room service
Safe deposit box
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
In-room safe
Internet access
Mini bar
Private bathroom / Ensuite

Extra Information:


  • 45 minute drive to the Airport

  • 2 km to the Train Station (Saint Lazare)

Address:
23 Rue Du Faubourg Montmartre
75009 Paris


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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