The hotel is located in a area with many restaurants and cafés in short walking distance. The room are ok in size and it seems clean. Overall the hotel is a little worn but nothing that clouds the overall impression.
Myself and my Kiwi friend Ella had a wonderful stay at the Baudelaire Opera. Our room was good, having had the two single beds made it more comfortable for the two of us. Being on the 4th floor encouraged us to walk up the stairs each time which was GOOD. Veronica on reception…
Just back from a hectic few days staying at Hotel Baudelaire Opera for a Tour De France stage, Bastille Day and the World Cup final. This is a really good value hotel in a great location. Arrival from CDG Airport was via Roissybus that dropped us off at Opera stop which is only…
We stayed for one night in nice rooms in a brilliant location. The staff were amazing! Edyta, Veronique and Radu were so helpful in assisting in couriering our equipment. I am so grateful to the team. Thank you all
I really enjoyed staying at the Hotel Baudelaire; the staff were very friendly and helpful and it was a cosy, comfortable place to rest whilst I explored Paris. Location. This hotel is in a great location in the heart of the city, only a short walk away from major attractions…
"Pack fairly light; it's a small hotel and the elevator can carry two people at most. This is typical for a hotel of this style."
"Duplex rooms are ideal for families."
"Do call hotel to be sure of getting what you need. The top floor (6th) has more of a view but these are attic rooms and rather small"
"We were unfortunate; roadworks below our room (33) were in progress but a move to a quiet room (34) was organised without fuss. 34 was smaller with a very tight loo / shower and is probably best avoided if you value your elbow skin."
"5th or 6th floor have 'balcony' but if you have vertigo dont choose one!"