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All reviews great location some great restaurants nice hotel rooms are small two metro stations double bed sacre coeur min walk would stay here again eiffel tower opera street
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Reviewed September 20, 2016

We stayed in this hotel 3 night, i booked online two days in advance and got a last-minute deal (280€).

The room was quite small and so was the bathroom, but as i could see on the emergency exit plan the other rooms are bigger. Everything was very tidy and clean, the beds are not to soft but very comfy. They provide you with only one big (2mx2m) blanket. The WiFi is free to use after registration and fast enough to stream a movie.
Our room was equipped with a Nespresso machine (there was no skimmed milk on the room), a TV, aircondition and a powerful Hairdryer. There are three different metro lines you can reach by foot (approx. 400m), there is no car park at the hotel.
If you open the windows it is very noisy, so keep them closed and make use of the AC.

The breakfast is not included in the standard price. The products are of good quality but i was a disappointed that there is only a Nespresso machine for making coffee. Also the fruits could have been more ripe. What we really disliked about the breakfast buffet was that the lady running it was not fast enough refilling it even when there where only 3 tables occupied. I can not think of one time that there was everything provided at the buffet and one time they even ran out of bread for at least 20 minutes and had to buy more (to be clear they had no baguette, no dark bread, no croissants and not even toast left, at the same TIME).

The staff at the reception was very friendly and willingly to help.
All in all i would stay again but would not be willing to pay much more for this experience.

Room tip: Room X03 is very small.
Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Kai P
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Reviewed September 10, 2016 via mobile

Very nice and comfortable hotel. Excellent Receptionist and staff. Double beds fairly small. Large wet room. There was no bath. Every where was clean. Surrounded by some nice restaurants and the metro was about 5 mins away. My only slight criticism would be that there was always a slight delay in the replenishment of the breakfast. The breakfast was €12 per person and consisted of bread croissants coffee tea meat and cheeses and freshly boiled eggs. I would say it was fairly good value but you could get coffee croissants and orange juice across the road for €6. I would stay again.

Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Thank JobozLeicester
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Reviewed August 20, 2016

We stayed for 3 nights and really enjoyed the hotel. It was quiet and very comfortable. We had a small room on the 7th floor. It was really comfortable, and the hotel staff was so helpful. the neighborhood is more residential which made walking around in the days and nights great. Plentiful options for food, restaurants and supermarkets, which made it easy to eat great food, or grab some cheap snacks while touring the city.

The room was very modern, and since you spend most of your day in the city you don't need much space. Well, at least we didn't. You won't regret staying here.

Room tip: Quiet neighborhood easy to travel the whole city from
Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank 310justin
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Sadjia N, Gérant at Best Western Hotel Opera Drouot, responded to this reviewResponded August 26, 2016

Dear Justin,

Many thanks for this very nice review. I am glad that you enjoyed your stay with us and hope to welcoming you again soon. Best Regards. Sadjia NOUACER-The Manager

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Reviewed July 1, 2016

Location: Not good at all. Very loud and not very safe at night. Drunks were singing outside at 4-5 AM and woke us up. 5-6 minutes walk to metro, nice area at sunlight.

Staff: Good enough.

Rooms: Size was OK, but the rooms were dirty. The carpets and the bathroom floor had stains and dirt. (we didn't bother calling reception as it was a one night stay) The bed wasn't comfortable at all. We had asked for two twin beds but instead got a king bed. And not a big one.

Breakfast: Nice taste but limited in choice. 12 Euros per person.

Price: It was quite cheap for Paris.

Overall: Would recommend for budget travellers. Otherwise, avoid.

Date of stay: June 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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1  Thank seaxon
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Sadjia N, Directeur général at Best Western Hotel Opera Drouot, responded to this reviewResponded August 29, 2016

Dear Deniz,
Thank for taking time to write this review. Concerning the Neighborhood, I assure you, it’s one the of the safest, and the most appreciated in Paris... We are located in the center of 9th district. The closest metro stations, there are 3, are at 1 minute walk… We offer a complete continental buffet breakfast witch includes homemade different cakes, and fresh fruit salads…Although I would appreciate to have your suggestions concerning our Buffet, we welcome all our guest’s suggestions to always improve our services. Hope to welcome you again, in our hotel. Best Regards. Sadjia NOUACER-The Manager.

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Reviewed June 30, 2016

This small hotel was well fitted out, the staff was efficient, helpful, and courteous, and the eclectic neighborhood was charming. Located in the Druout auction area near the Garnier Opera and Folies Bergere with convenient metro stations at Grands Boulevards and Druout this hotel was an excellent choice for exploring Paris. The neighborhood felt safe at all hours. There were many interesting restaurants of all levels. A covered passageway with diverse shops and eateries leading to the Grands Boulevards metro stop was a welcome discovery. I would definitely use the BW Opera Hotel Druout again.

Room tip: Upper floor rooms are quieter as all rooms face the street.
Date of stay: June 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Eric M
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