9th Arrondissement (Opera Garnier) Hotels
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Hotel Pulitzer

Hotel Pulitzer Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 44-room Hotel Pulitzer is a chic and sophisticated -- but still cozy -- boutique hotel, conveniently located in Paris’s 9th arrondissement, within walking distance of the Grands Boulevards and other popular tourist attractions. Rooms are small but clean and beautifully designed with a 1950s industrial-chic vibe, and the bathrooms are dark and stylish. Unlike many Paris hotels, the Pulitzer provides spacious and inviting common areas for socializing or working, and even offers a daily happy hour with free wine. A cooked breakfast is available in rooms or common areas, but there's no restaurant for lunch and dinner.
Paris Marriott Opera Ambassador Hotel

Paris Marriott Opera Ambassador Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Paris Marriott Opera Ambassador is an upscale, 289-room hotel situated on the Right Bank in the center of Paris. The location is particularly good, with many attractions within walking distance. Spacious rooms are smart and sophisticated with all the appropriate amenities -- wall-mounted flat-screen TV, electric kettles, and minibars. The bar and restaurant have lovely finishes; a rooftop lounge is a nice touch for those in pricier rooms (not all rooms have access). Overall, it's a solid option for those who want a predictable upmarket chain experience in the center of town -- though for more character check out La Maison Favart nearby.
Maison Athenee

Maison Athenee Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 20-room Maison Athenee is an upscale, romantic sanctuary with a sultry edge. The location is central, within walking distance of the Louvre Museum. The hotel has an elegant dining and cocktail salon with red velvet chairs and a smoking room. Lavishly designed rooms have dramatic draperies, flat-screen TVs, minibars, Paris street views, and some offer terraces. Some guests, however, don’t fancy the dimly lit common areas. An alternative option may be the Hotel Joyce - Astotel that has brighter rooms and a skylight in the restaurant.
Hotel Joyce

Hotel Joyce Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Hotel Joyce is a mid-range hotel, part of the Astotel chain group -- yet this particular hotel is very un-chain-like in design. Quirky would be a good word to describe it -- oddities like car seats (with seatbelts) and funky light fixtures hang from the ceilings. The unique design elements mix well with the historical aspects of the hotel -- like the glass-roofed solarium and stone walls. Somehow, it all adds up to make this boutique hotel a solid, and fun, choice in the 9th arrondissement. The street and neighborhood are quiet, but within walking distance are train stations, the Moulin Rouge, and restaurants. Rooms are bright with white walls, murals, and bold accents. Most come with French balconies, and include flat-screen TVs, tub/shower combos, and iPod docks. Travelers on a budget (this place is much more affordable than most Parisian hotels -- though it certainly is not a "budget" hotel) with a good sense of humor should check this place out.
Hotel Amour

Hotel Amour Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Situated in the Pigalle quarter near the Moulin Rouge and Basilica of the Sacred Heart, The Hotel Amour attracts fashionable Parisian youth with its hip restaurant and bar. The hotel itself was inspired by the Japanese model of love hotels, and the owners have invested a tidy sum of money in developing the concept -- for example, they hired the services of well-known fashion designer Chantal Thomass to design certain rooms. The mid-range property is on the pricey side for what it offers, and some bathrooms are tiny, but those interested in an erotic hotel experience may appreciate it for its novelty and trendiness.
Hôtel Du Triangle d'Or

Hôtel Du Triangle d'Or Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This boutique hotel draws music lovers seeking a good value in a central location. The rooms are colorful and music-themed, with record albums used as art, and guitar paintings hung on the walls. The hotel is aptly located next to the Olympia music hall in the 9th arrondissement, making it a great spot to crash after attending a performance. The funky yellow hands adorning the entrance doors will alert guests that this is no ordinary hotel, and small touches will continue to surprise within. Near the front desk there is a multimedia area with headphones where guests can listen to CDs, and rooms have high-tech audio equipment and iPod docks. The communal areas are fun to wander -- check out the carpets decorated with stars, the sequined elevator, and silhouettes on the walls. The hotel serves breakfast for a fee, and has an area for drinks and snacks, but no real restaurant for meals. There is, however, a spa offering Turkish baths and massages.
Hotel Palm Opera

Hotel Palm Opera Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 38-room Hotel Palm Opera is a well-run boutique with a fantastic central location. Rooms are clean and sophisticated with modern Danish-style minimalist decor, flat-screen TVs, and French balconies that offer excellent Parisian views. The bathrooms are as immaculately clean as the rooms and surprisingly spacious. But amenities are bare-bones (there's little else other than a small on-site dining room for breakfast), which is probably why the contemporary, stylish vibe can still be had at such a good value.
Astra Opera

Astra Opera Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Hotel Astra Opera is in situated in Paris' 9th arrondissement, in the heart of the city's theater and business districts. The seven-story, 82-room hotel rises beside shops and restaurants, and is a quick walk to local attractions. With a simplistic, minimalist design and glass-roof lobby (with lobby bar and no-frills restaurant) the Astra is modern and up-to-date, but lacks the warmth and personality many might expect from a Parisian hotel. The hallways lack natural light, so combined with dark carpets and embossed floral wallpaper, they're extremely dark (especially at night). The rooms themselves are quite pleasant (albeit a bit plain), and feature modern conveniences such as iPod docks and large LCD flat-screen TVs. Bedside tables open into tiny mini-fridges, and fresh flowers in the rooms add a welcoming touch. The bathrooms are sleek and pretty with granite countertops, but are extremely narrow. The on-site business center, meeting rooms, free Wi-Fi, and location near the business district make this a nice choice for those traveling for work, but the proximity to popular sites make it a good choice for couples as well.


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