BEST WESTERN Premier Opera Diamond
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of BEST WESTERN Premier Opera Diamond
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Premier Opera Diamond Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
... of the era. On 2 June 1937 Louis Vierne dies at the cathedral organ (as was his lifelong wish) near the end of his 1750th concert.
... his apartment downstairs to his study – you couldn’t view it but you could see where the door was in the wall of his apartment, which was cool. Apparently his desk also had a secret compartment where he could hide papers and stuff he didn’t want seen at a moment’s notice.
Josephine’s bedroom is all red / maroon and although you can’t really see it in the photos everything has a J on it – the bed, pillows, chairs, sofas! ...
... of our host, famished we ventured out to the local Thai restaurant a few minutes walk away. After a very nice simple meal we enjoyed walking through the nearby cobbled streets and enjoyed our first night in Paris. En route home we viewed the Notre Dame. After googling its history that night we planned to find out more the next ...
... had began as the architects were detecting fractures as the height of the walls increased. There are gargoyles with spouts for their mouths at which serve to direct rainwater away from the building, hence preserving the exterior. We contrasted the design of Notre Dame to St. Paul's and all the boys had very unique ideas and opinions. The family was evenly divided as to which cathedral was their favourite.
We got up early this morning, even set the alarm for seven o'clock, so we could be at the Palace of Versailles when it opened at nine, thereby beating the crowds. Our hearts sank when we saw how many people were already there at five past nine, but we only had to wait about twenty five minutes. Terry wore his Akubra, so didn't mind standing in the sun. There were quite a few queue jumpers, which made us a bit cross.
What started out ...