Opera Garnier
– two people Jacuzzi® tub

Welcome backstage… to the inner sanctum, where the corps de ballet goes through its paces. Over the bed is the Opera Garnier’s trademark oeil-de-boeuf window; underfoot, solid oak parquet. The room is delightfully dressed: mirrors, a ballet barre and satin pumps all add to the ambiance. Go on, live out your dreams… Discover the Opera Garnier rooms in a boutique hotel in Paris !

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✓ Room of 19m ²

✓ Bedroom with bathtub Jacuzzi
Chromotherapy – Hydromassage – Rain shower

✓ Marble sink

✓ Anti-mist mirror

✓ Webert tap fittings

✓ Bathrobes

✓ Slippers

✓ Ionic hairdryer

✓ Check-in from 3.00 pm

✓ Check-out until 12.00 pm


Lighting scenarios
Adapt your room lighting to suit your mood at the flick of a switch

40″ flat screen LED technology TV
The flattest screens in the world

Over 50 French and international channels
including Cinema, Premium Sport, Adult viewing

Free broadband internet access

Direct dial telephone and fax


Minibar : juice and water offered upon arrival

Complementary toiletry products from Maison Azzaro

Safe : capacity for 17″ laptop with built-in facility for recharging

Hot/cold air conditioning

Soundproofed rooms

Rooms Opéra Garnier in boutique hotel in Paris !

It's hard not to be awestruck by this "imperial theatre", a 19th masterpiece in which every detail is dedicated to music and dance. Yet when it was built in 1860, its architect, Charles Garnier, was only 35 and quite unknown.

It owes its existence to a dramatic event. In 1858, Napoleon III survived an attempt on his life whilst leaving the opera in rue Le Peletier. He decided to commission a new opera house at an uncluttered location where future attempts would be unlikely. But Napoleon III never got to inaugurate the Opera. When it was completed in 1875, the Empire had already fallen.

The baroque exuberance and the richly sculpted facade is just as Napoleon III intended. Look right, and you'll instantly spot "The Dance", a group of figures by the sculptor Carpeaux. In fact, it's a copy by Paul Belmondo, father of the actor Jean-Paul Belmondo. The original is in the Musée d’Orsay, kept safe from pollution.

Once inside, it's the great double stairway and thirty marble columns that most take away your breath. But that's soon followed by the auditorium ceiling, painted by Marc Chagall in 1962. If you don't mind a crick in your neck, you can pick out the landmarks - the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe - along with the classic ballets, such as The Firebird and Gisele.

Discover Opéra Garnier at 10 minutes walk from Secret de Paris - Hotel & Spa !