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30 rue Joubert, 75009 Paris France
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#31 of 481 Specialty lodging in Paris
Location
4.6
Cleanliness
4.1
Service
3.9
Value
3.8
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Property amenities
Paid public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast buffet
Salon
Baggage storage
Concierge
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Parking
Wifi
Breakfast in the room
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Non-smoking hotel
Express check-in / check-out
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Soundproof rooms
Air conditioning
Desk
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Safe
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Telephone
Iron
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Kitchenette
Dishwasher
Microwave
Refrigerator
Kitchenware
Complimentary toiletries
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Non-smoking rooms
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Mid-range
Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, French, Russian, Spanish and 4 more

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460Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
90Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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JuPel wrote a review Jul 2022
New York City, New York38 contributions48 helpful votes
The pluses of this place are the central location and the friendly reception staff. Apart from this, I was quite disappointed. The rooms are small. I was there for a long multi week stay and asked to be moved to a larger room. It took 3 days to get a slightly bigger room but still very small and depressing for a long term stay. My shower tube broke and it took two days to repair — in the meantime I had to shower with a bucket. Some will not like that there is a soup kitchen in the street a few times a week but it didn’t bother me. I think the place could be fine for a few days but it’s definitely not the “apart hotel” experience I expected.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled on business
Room Tip: Fine for short term stay but not ideal for more than a week or so
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Theodoros A wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom11 contributions23 helpful votes
Location is great and close to to the centre. Rooms are old and staff absent. No room service for 2 days, I asked twice to clean the bins at least, not done.... Many homeless people in the area, really sad
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Jelin12 wrote a review Jan 2020
Cardiff, United Kingdom8 contributions16 helpful votes
Stayed here for 3 nights as part of a group of couples for a Christmas weekend away. Location was fantastic, but the hotel itself left a lot to be desired. I am unable to see how this property could be classed as 4 star. We had 3 rooms in total: one had a terrible smelling bathroom that tainted the rest of the apartment; another had no clean cups or glasses despite there being a kitchenette in the room. It was also noisy with passing brass bands (yes, marching bands!) but then that’s not the hotel’s fault and you sacrifice noise levels to be in such a central location. Staff we generally helpful.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Rachael W wrote a review Dec 2019
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My partner and I stayed here for 4 nights in December. I’ll start by saying what a great location it is in. We did not pay for any taxis while here, as we were able to walk or use the “hop on-hop off” bus service which left from a stop not far from the hotel. On the first night, we walked to the Eiffel Tower. It was 3 miles, but with the beautiful scenery and Parisian vibe, it didn’t feel this far. We also walked to the Arc de Triomphe the next day, and to the bus stop which took us on a tour of Paris. Now, inside the hotel. Make sure you double check which room you are booking and have a proper look at photos, as the rooms are nowhere near as roomy as you may think. It’s understandable, as with Paris being a capital city, and so many people being there, but I didn’t feel we had enough room, even with there only being 2 of us. The bathroom was lovely - can’t fault that. A bath and shower, toilet, sink, hairdryer, mirror and miniature toiletries. Standard in most hotels now - nothing wrong there. The main room is where we had the issues with space. The room is an open plan bedroom and kitchen, however, there is a space of approx half a metre between the bed and the two walls in that corner (make sure the shorter person of you both sleeps in that corner or you will hit your head on the angled ceiling). There was then approx 1 metre (maybe ever so slightly more) between the other side of the bed and the kitchen worktop. In that space was also a wardrobe. There was literally no room on the floor to lay our suitcase and open it fully. There was a table and 2 chairs in the room as well, so I’m sure you are starting to picture how cramped this room was. We weren’t too concerned as with it being a city break, we planned on being out sightseeing more than we were in the room. My partner managed to get his suitcase in the wardrobe to give us more space to walk around the room, but it was still extremely cramped and there were several stubbed toes throughout the visit! There was a kettle with teabags and coffee etc, as well as a teapot, crockery and cutlery, a fridge and microwave. So you are able to cook meals (microwave based) if you wish. You may have seen other people commenting on the homeless people outside. They never actually bothered us noise-wise. On our return to the hotel on the first night, they were all gathered in the doorway of the shop opposite, smoking drugs (the smell was very strong). However, they were not being loud or threatening. But then as we passed the doorway next to the hotel, we were having to step over a puddle of urine - they use the doorway next to the hotel to urinate, and obviously, the smell isn’t great! They don’t do it in the doorway of the actual hotel, but it still isn’t nice having to step over it. The description of the hotel states they have soundproof rooms. This isn’t the case. You can hear nextdoor walking around the room and closing cupboards, not to mention the sound of people just closing their hotel room doors. Some people weren’t turning the handle or even considering other guests and slammed the doors very loudly, which even caused vibrations in our room on some occasions. The staff are friendly enough. They all speak very good English and are happy to use maps to direct you to local amenities and attractions. I can’t comment on the food as we didn’t actually eat there. Another downside was that we arrived at the hotel at approx 12pm, but check in was not until 3. When flights are available as early as ours (6am) it would be nice to be able to get into the room to freshen up. Instead, we left our cases in a luggage room, went out for lunch and came back, where we ended up sitting in the reception for an hour just waiting because we were so exhausted from the early start and morning or travelling. Maybe an earlier check out for previous guests would be sensible? Overall, great location, but I would recommend more for people travelling alone due to the space in the room. It was a clean, tidy hotel but the space was a big issue for me. Had I been on holiday for some sun and relaxing, I would have asked to change room, but I stayed in there due to us only sleeping in there. Very friendly staff though - can’t fault them. And some people may be intimidated by the homeless people sitting opposite - we did open the window one night and could hear them all talking so closed it again. With the windows closed we couldn’t hear them but then you’ll always get noise from one source or another I suppose. Very basic, friendly staff, location good for walking to places, but I wouldn’t stay again.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Diane B wrote a review Oct 2019
Sydney, Australia8 contributions16 helpful votes
Stayed for a week at the Residhome Paris Opera and found the location was convenient- close to Monoprix, Galeries Layfayette and metro stations. Also very close to Roissy Charles de Gaul bus. A restful nights sleep was very hard to achieve as it was one of the nosiest hotels I’ve ever stayed in. The loading docks for Monoprix and the sports shop opposite the hotel meant noisy trucks in the early hours of the morning disturbed us. This was particularly bad on Friday night as they were restocking the stores for the weekend. The homeless people nearby were also noisy and used the area near the hotel entrance as their toilet- it was very unpleasant. The Reception staff were not welcoming except for the girl who checked us in but unfortunately we didn’t encounter her again. The room was dirty with rubbish from the previous guest left on the floor. I would not stay there again.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Bronwyn wrote a review Oct 2019
Mount Evelyn, Australia6 contributions17 helpful votes
Our stay was not the best. The staff on the desk had very little understanding of English. I cant travel in lifts which they were advised when we booked. We were told on arrival that they had no stairs and our room was on the 6th floor. Later we say people coming out of the stair well door. The rooms were clean but the lighting in the hall ways was quite dark and always had trolleys and rubbish in them left by the cleaners. I believe if you are in the front desk you should be at least able to speak some English. The breakfast was nice but again the girls working there had no understanding of English, we had learnt some French before our holiday but not Spanish. The front of the building was not like on google, and at night all the drunks and druggies hung around in the little street near the entrance.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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BJD13 wrote a review Sep 2019
Kansas City, Kansas13 contributions26 helpful votes
Hotel facilities were adequate and complete. Service was not very good, but probably typical for France. Suzie was extra nice so kudos to her. Location is close to major shopping and easy to get around city, but road is narrow and was blocked by traffic early in AM upon arrival from airport. Also blocked by garbage truck when taxi came for us to leave. Homeless live nearby as well.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Matt wrote a review Aug 2019
Paris, France76 contributions83 helpful votes
Stayed here for 3 nights in July. The location is excellent, easy to access from the airport, but also close to metro stations so getting around Paris is so easy! We had a large studio for 3 - it was a small room, but big enough as we were eating out all the time- if you plan to cook more- this won't be the place for you in my opinion. Very clean, and staff friendly. Would recommend.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Ahh wrote a review Aug 2019
7 contributions18 helpful votes
There are so many things wrong with this place. I will list but first, I will say in their defense they refunded us the remainder of our stay when we changed hotels. 1. Upon exit of our Uber, the stench of urine is overwhelming. There are many homeless people - many with addiction issues- who live/linger 5-10 feet from the entrance. 2. At check in we were given rooms on opposite sides and different floors from our teenage kids despite multiple requests to place us near each other. 3. Because of a computer glitch, when we walked into our first room it was occupied! The safety issues here should not be diminished. Ridiculous. 4. When we got to our 2nd room, I tried to plug in my phone in the room and the plastic outlet fell off the wall. 5. The air conditioning didn't work 6. The hair dryer fell off the wall when I removed from it's stand. 7. The bathroom smelled like sewage. 8. I would estimate at least 60% of the clientele are very large Asian tour groups. This just means that they traveled in large groups and consequently made very long lines for the elevator and front desk questions. 8. The elevator and hallways smelled like body odor 9. The hallway lights are set on a motion detector so if you open the door to the hallway and no one has walked in it for a couple minutes, you're confronted with PITCH DARK. Do I need to mention the safety issues here? We were declined an immediate refund because French law indicates you have only 15 minutes after check in to tell them the room is unsatisfactory. Not quite enough time to rally my family of 6 and regroup. The front desk staff was nice but overwhelmed. That is the ONLY positive thing I can say. We moved to the St. Germain des Pres area the next morning and couldn't have been happier.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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Karen wrote a review Aug 2019
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Be aware that the frontage shown in pictures is not how you enter the hotel. The entrance is in a narrow side street and smells of sewers. The reception desk is in a badly lit area and a difficult place to be for those who need light. We were shocked to find ourselves being told that we still needed to pay for our room though we had already paid. I luckily had our recept but the clerk was adamant we needed to pay. There were two lifts, but when these arrived on the floor we were staying, the doors opened to narrow, dark corridors where the lights only came on as you stepped out of the lift. I found these difficult to cope with ... Nothing welcoming. The studio apartment we were in was impossibly small, claustrophobic and certainly nothing like the pictures shown online. The window faced into a very small quadrangle with a huge white wall opposite our room. While there was a window, it could not be opened because the catch was broken. The kitchen area was suitably equipped, but the table was at best big enough for one person and even then there was no space to move. I am surprised to see pictures of a dining room area ... I did not see one in the hotel. We did not stay in part because my husband was ill but this was worsened by the hotel. I would not recommend to others though one clerk was very helpful when my husband became ill and he is to be commended on the efforts he made.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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PRICE RANGE
$160 - $299 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
residhome paris-opera hotel paris, residence hotel paris
LOCATION
FranceIle-de-FranceParisOpéra / Bourse / Chaussée-d'Antin La Fayette / 9th Arr. - Opéra
NUMBER OF ROOMS
90
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Frequently Asked Questions about Residhome Paris-Opera
Which popular attractions are close to Residhome Paris-Opera?
Nearby attractions include Palais Garnier (0.2 miles), BAM Karaoke Box Madeleine (0.3 miles), and Le Triangle - Escape Game (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Residhome Paris-Opera?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, breakfast buffet, and room service.
Which room amenities are available at Residhome Paris-Opera?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Residhome Paris-Opera?
Guests can enjoy free instant coffee during their stay.
Is parking available at Residhome Paris-Opera?
Yes, paid public parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Residhome Paris-Opera?
Conveniently located restaurants include Midi 12, Doriimu, and La Pause Libanaise.
Are any cleaning services offered at Residhome Paris-Opera?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Residhome Paris-Opera?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Portuguese.
Are there any historical sites close to Residhome Paris-Opera?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Sainte-Chapelle (1.5 miles), Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris (1.8 miles), and Arc de Triomphe (1.5 miles).
Is Residhome Paris-Opera accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.