Hotel Opera Frochot
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Hotel Opera Frochot
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Opera Frochot Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
... it was quite frustrating with the hordes of crazy tourists, particularly the insufferable ******* with their ridiculous selfie-sticks. As for Da Vinci’s masterpiece, I am going to refrain from passing judgement for the moment as I had heard so much hype, both positive and negative, from others beforehand, but for those of you who do get the opportunity to see her smile, I promise you will feel like you have accomplished something. After spending another hour or ...
... day today, breakfast for which they charge 16 € per head ran out of coffee! cold meat! cheese! juice! bread and hot food. This caused the guests from many nations to be scratching around for cereal or anything, I have downgraded my review as it was a similar situation as yesterday around 8.30am. Then we were walking to the bus, three girls with clip boards approached Jen asked if she spoke English and bull dusted about a survey for the deaf, I turned just in time to see ...
Flight was Santorini to Thesonolaki to Paris CDG with Aegean
We got up early, got everything packed into our bags and fixed ourselves some sandwiches. Poppy came to the door and asked if we could leave early because she had to meet the boat at 11:00 and we were glad to help here. She also gave us a small gift to remember her place and our trip to Santorini. Such a great sendoff.
... is one of Monet's Water Lily's at the National Gallery and at the Tate. Well, while most tourists visit the Louvre or Musee D'Orsay, I decided to go to the Orangerie. Interestingly, the Orangerie in London is where we had tea at Kensington Palace, but here it is on the opposite end of the Louvre at the Tuilleries Garden. There are two rooms on the first level, each about three times the size of my classroom, with the panorama of ...
One last breakfast on the Randal this morning. Time to say goodbye to Tim, Nicole and Gail after a wonderful week. After a drive to Paris, we were back into the city and off to tour. We had a quick lunch in the park (nothing compared to Gail's, boo!) and ...