Hotel Scribe Paris Opera By Sofitel

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The Hôtel Scribe Paris Opéra stands as one of the city’s most prestigious hotels. Its sparkling reputation began when the Jockey Club de Paris decided to use the first two floors of the building as their headquarters in 1863. Legendary figures like Marcel Proust, Jules Vern, and Sergei Diaghilev have all resided at the hotel at one point. Sofitel now manages this fabulous historical treasure as the Hôtel Scribe Paris Opéra in honor of its storied legacy. The Hôtel Scribe Paris Opéra is nestled within the 9th arrondissement, one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in all of Paris. Known historically as the “Opera District,” the area possesses cultural institutions that attract thousands of visitors every year. Guests can explore these local destinations from the hotel, including the array of opera theaters and concert halls. Hôtel Scribe Paris Opéra is also situated near several excellent shopping centers that feature some of the finest storefronts in Europe. The majestic Seine River and its magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site are just a stone’s throw away! Allow for the Hôtel Scribe Paris Opéra to serve as a springboard for an exciting journey into this fantastic Parisian community.
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Hotel Scribe Paris Opera By Sofitel

The Hotel Scribe Paris Opera has been beating to the vibrant rhythm of Paris for over 150 years. Located on the right bank of the Siene and nestled between the Opera garnier and place Vendome, the hotel's location is second to none offering guests the very best of Paris.


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Experience the Palais Garnier, Théâtre Edouard VII and L'Olympia Bruno Coquatrix steps away. 


Discover the Hôtel Scribe Paris Opéra by Sofitel’s historic Le 1895 meeting room.


Explore the Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées nearby.


Experience a thrilling theatrical performance at the Palais Garnier.


Taste some delicious macarons at Ladurée, Pierre Hermé, and Carette.

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