The Hotel

A dandy hotel where fashion reigns supreme The Prince of Wales in Paris, Edward 7 was fascinated by the ‘City of Light'. Renowned for his great zest for life, the aristocrat was the epitome of sophistication - a fashionable figure, a dandy. Located avenue de l'Opéra, the Hotel Edouard 7 pays him a well-deserved tribute. Just like him, the Hotel Edouard 7 dresses with audacity, seduction, character and even theatricality. The hotel’s recent renovation was based on a unique conceptual approach. Rich fabrics and flamboyant colours have come together to create a true work of 'haute couture’. While exercising a contemporary appeal, the hotel welcomes guests into its very heart, confiding whispered secrets. The essential address on Avenue de l’Opéra, in the centre of Paris, the ‘La Cuisine de l’E7’ restaurant welcomes you to inventive and subtle cuisine in a contemporary decor that pays homage to Edward 7. The menu signed by Rémy Fourmeaux, executive chef, changes according to the seasons, always with fresh products. Housed in a ‘Haussman’ style building, the Hotel Edouard 7 hides 69 bedrooms and suites. Like a fairy tale ballet, the Couture rooms take on different forms and colours. They offer five distinctive atmospheres, with themes continuing from bedroom to bathroom. The “Edouard 7” rooms are decorated in the colours of the jewels in the jewellery stores of the Place Vendome, from sapphire to ruby, each floor pays tribute to a precious stone. On the top floor, guests can enjoy a view extending from Montmartre to the Louvre. The suites are named in honour of the King’s favourite Parisian ladies: Sarah, Lily, Melba, Alexandra, Alice...


Fashionable boutique hotel in a historic Haussman style building on the famous Avenue de l 'Opéra Rooms and suites decorated with rich fabrics and flamboyant colors offering 5 distinctive themes


• Newly renovated restaurant with inventive cuisine
• Bar with outdoor terrace
• Fitness center, in-room spa services
• Walking distance to Opéra Garnier, deluxe department stores (Galeries Lafayette, Printemps), Place Vendôme (famous jewelry stores), Tuileries Garden and Le Louvre Museum