Best Western Lorette Opera Hotel Paris (Paris)
Best Western Lorette Opera Hotel Paris

country: France, city: Paris (Grands Boulevards)

Best Western Lorette Opera Hotel Paris Best Western Lorette Opera Hotel Paris

The hotel is situated in a quiet and lovely street, a few steps from the very lively district of the Moulin Rouge Theatre.The nearest metro station leads directly to Montmartre (2 metro stops), and also directly to La Madeleine (10 minutes).

The rooms are in very good condition and offer all the comfort and amenities of a good 3 star hotel just renovated.The decor is contemporary in style.The colour scheme gives an impression of space although the rooms are fairly small. All rooms are air conditionned.

The breakfast room is located on the lower ground floor, in typical Parisian ancient vaults.For lunch and dinner, clients have a large variety of restaurants close by to the hotel.

This 3 star hotel is classified as a very good superior tourist class property.It is ideally located for all types of clients.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Cocktail bar
Currency exchange
Disabled facilities
Faxing facilities
Internet access
Laundry facilities
Safe deposit box
Shopping arcade
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
In-room safe
Modem/data port connection
Private bathroom / Ensuite

Extra Information:
4 km to City Centre
20 km to the Airport (Paris Charles De Gaulle)
25 km to the Airport (Paris Orly)
3 minutes walk to the nearest Metro Station (Saint Georges)
close to the Station (Saint Lazare)
3 minutes walk to the nearest Bus Stop
5 km to

36 Rue Notre Dame De Lorette
75009 Paris

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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