The Hotel

La Maison Favart is located a stone’s throw from the Comic Opera, in the heart of the 2nd District of Paris. Ideal – As you wander through the many mysterious arcades of the quarter, discover the Opéra Garnier, the Grand Rex and the Max Linder, the Cantine Chartier or the Hard Rock Cafe, the Drouot auction rooms, the Stock Exchange, the Galeries Lafayette or Au Printemps, the Grévin Museum, the Place Vendôme… and all this less than 10 minutes’ walk from the Maison Favart! Paris 1745 - Charles-Simon FAVART, director of the Comic Opera, is captivated by the young actress Justine DURONCERAY known as “Mademoiselle CHANTILLY”, during a stage performance of “Les Fêtes Publiques”. Justine and Charles were married on the 12th of December of that very year. So began the incredible story of the most famous couple in the history of Parisian theatre: Monsieur and Madame FAVART… Roll back the curtain, we will attend to everything… we will look after you…Steeped in history, it bears the name of the famous FAVART couple, founders of the Comic Opera in Paris. You will be transported into their world, immersed in an exciting, surprising and a 18th century Parisian decor; you will discover a theatrical jewel-box, rich in detail yet discreet, in the very heart of Paris. A new angle on a classic 18th century style, with fine-striped heavy curtains, where rich reds blend with chocolate; where memories of journeys dot the fine decor of the House. Every glance reveals another secret or an anecdote from the life of Monsieur and Madame FAVART…


4-Star boutique hotel that blends modern and 18th century inspirations Intimate and sophisticated, fabulous location A theatrical jewel box rich in details


• One of the most romantic hotels in Paris named after Favart, the Director of the Comic Opéra located across the street
• Small indoor pool, sauna, massage waterbed and underground fitness center
• All within 10 minutes walk to the Grands Boulevards, Opéra Garnier, Grévin Museum, department stores (Galeries Lafayette and Printemps), Place Vendôme