Nestled in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris, your 3-star Hotel Daunou Opéra recently reopened at the start of autumn after several weeks of renovation work. For your convenience, we are staying open during this latest quarantine period, ensuring your comfort and relaxation in these challenging times.
The British Tea Time tradition has spread across the Channel in style. You can experience this period of blissful indulgence and conviviality filling the gap between lunch and dinner in several Parisian establishments.
A jewel of Parisian cultural heritage, the Grand Rex invites you on a journey behind the scenes. Immerse yourself in the heart of this great venue, which for 80 years has been dedicated to the art of the movies, during your stay at the Hotel Daunou Opera.
It was in 1986 that the Colonnes de Buren were erected in the main courtyard of the Palais Royal. Situated opposite to the Louvre Museum, this sumptuous building was the personal residence of Cardinal Richelieu in the early 17th century. Commissioned from the French artist Daniel Buren, the art installation formally known as the Deux Plateaux was originally regarded as highly controversial. Read on to discover everything you need to know about this incredible work!
The Grand Palais des Glaces invites you to enjoy fun, magical and unforgettable moments with those you love, night and day until January 8th. The largest temporary skating rink in the world sparkles an icy invitation beneath the splendid glass roof of a majestic treasure of our heritage; the Grand Palais.
Gourmets can enjoy a fabulously festive time in the vicinity of the Hotel Daunou Opera. Ladurée, Fauchon, Stohrer... this district has some major attractions for those who appreciate the finest in tasty treats! Take a short tour with us that will make your mouth water...
Are you visiting Paris for a romantic getaway? Drop off your luggage in your room at the Hotel Daunou Opera and head off for a charming and picturesque cruise on the Canal Saint Martin, where you’ll see a completely different side of the capital.