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Edouard 7, A Central Paris Hotel


Central Paris Hotel , Edouard 7

Edouard 7 Lobby Photo Credit: ParisByM

Emulating luxury and history throughout the later half of the 19th century, the Hotel Edouard 7 continues this rich tradition that the Prince of Wales has set. Named after the black sheep of Queen Victoria’s children, Albert Edward (ruling under the name of Edward VII during his rein of the British Monarchy) fell in love with Paris, even making this central Paris hotel his place of residence while in the city. With a defying persona of sophistication and an eye for fashion, Edward commanded the streets of Paris with great seduction. Hotel Edouard 7 portrays this persona of audacity, seduction, character, and theatricality throughout the hotel today. After a great deal of renovation the standard has been set high for the hotel, setting the stage for a unique guest experience. Stepping into the hotel you are instantly transported into a modern twist on the Victorian Era. The prestigious hotel is located centrally on the 39 avenue de l’Opéra, in the second section of Paris.


Central Paris Hotel , Edouard 7

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Bathed in a luxuriously intimate feel, each room is designed to utilize natural light and the view of central Paris. Decorated in blacks, purples, and reds the color scheme aligns with the Victorian Era set out by the hotels namesake. With sleek furniture, natural woods, and Victorian inspired wallpaper all bathed in natural light, each room truly embodies the essence of Edouard.   Each suit, whether it is a junior or a full suit, has a balcony that gives a spectacular view of the Opéra Garnier, Sacré Coeur/Montmartre, or the Louvre. These suits are equipped with the latest technology such as, televisions, iPod stations, and Nespresso machines.

Central Paris Hotel , Edouard 7

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Rooms all have access to complementary Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, and heat. Rooms are in four different categories and range in price from 280€ to 770€ per night.


Central Paris Hotel , Edouard 7

La Cuisine de l’E7 Photo Credit: ParisByM

Central Paris Hotel , Edouard 7

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Keeping in the continuous theme of this central Paris hotel, the restaurant La Cuisine de l’E7 utilizes the modern Victorian décor that runs throughout the hotel adding to the feel of luxury. La Cuisine de l’E7 also follows the theme of comfort that embodies the hotel, strategically designed to give the feel of your own kitchen. La Cuisine de l’E7 is open for lunch, Monday – Friday, noon to 2 pm, and for supper, Monday – Friday, 7 pm to 10 pm, lunch starts at 39€, dinner at 49€. The menu is made up of only fresh, local produce. Executive Chef Rémy Fourmeaux creates inventive and subtle cuisine for each diner. Each week the menu reflects dishes from the country of the month. Rémy Fourmeaux also creates menus to highlight different cuisine from different countries. Countries that have been highlighted, thus far, include: Japan, Italy, Morocco Brazil, China, Sweden, and Spain. The E7 bar is a prime meeting place for tailored made drinks, designed to awaken the senses. Open Monday – Friday 11 am to 12 pm, and weekends 11 am – 11 pm.

Meeting Rooms

Hotel Edouard 7 is home to two meeting rooms, Salon Marigny and Salon Mogador. The Salon Marigny hold up to 60 people and the Salon Magador can hold up to 45 people.

How to Get to Edouard 7

Central Paris Hotel, Edouard 7

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This central Paris hotel is perfectly located between the Opéra and the Louvre, a seven minute walk in either direction.  While the avenue is busy, the double pained windows prevents the noise from breaking the atmosphere of the Edouard 7.


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How to find a cheap accommodation in Paris?

Want to go to the city of love – but rather want to spend your money on Macarons and rosé? No problem! We completed a guide for you for the best cheap accommodations. Paris is so much better when you make it your home. Even if just for a few nights…

Dream of visiting Paris but don't think you can afford this posh city? Here's how to do Paris on a budget!:

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First and foremost; or tip numero uno is to compare hotel rates online, in order to get the best possible rates for your stay. We all know, that hotels in Paris are quite expensive – however, if you do a bit of market research you can get some amazing deals!

Boutique Hostel in Paris

Plug Inn Boutique Hostel, Paris

Another good tip when searching for cheap accommodations, is to look for hotels that are just slightly out of the city centre (but next to a Metro station) and you can save a good amount of cash. Here is some suggestions we found on the Internet, hence beware that we did not personally assess them:

Hotel Georgette which is just a few-minute walk from the Métro (Rambuteau) and also not far from Pont Neuf and Palais Royal. Smart choice and value for money.


Not far from there you find, Hotel Ecole Centrale which is also located right next to a Métro station (Arts-et-Métiers). 


Hotel de la Herse d’Or is located at the heart of the Marais district and just a short walk from the Bastille.


Welcome hotel enjoys a fantastic location right next to Boulevard Saint-Germain, and a short walk from the Seine, Musée d’Orsay, Musée Rodin and the Luxembourg Gardens. 


The Plug Inn Boutique Hostel, in the midst of Montmartre, is very popular and charming, and although it is a hostel, there are also double rooms.


BLC Design Hotel is on Rue Richard Lenoir, between the Bastille and the famous Père Lachaise Cemetery.


Last but not least, Hotel Regyn’s Montmartre is a small, romantic and characterful hotel right in the vivid heart of Montmartre.


Other than that, we strongly recommed Airbnb, where you can rent private apartments – or rooms if you are a single traveller. Note that Airbnb is not always the cheapest possible solution; however this is probably the most authentic choice, for your stay in Paris. Live, eat and sleep like a real Parisian! What is not to love?

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Airbnb rentals in Paris can be quite nice – even on a budget!

Go on and contact ParisByM for further information, or simply if you want to get help to organize your trip – do not hesitate! I hope you enjoyed the round tour of your next cheap accommodation in Paris.

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1-2 STARS hotel guide paris
A 1 or 2-star hotel offers the most basic amenities: a place to sleep and access to a toilet and shower. Rooms are very small (10 x 9.6 fehotel guide paris et / 9 square meters) and don’t offer much storage space, but are private. Toilets and showers may be en-suite or shared with other guests, and employees may only speak French. Prices tend to be from 50-100€ / night per room.

3 STARShotel guide paris
The 3-star hotel is the most popular option among tourists, offering comfortable living arrangements at budget-friendly prices. Rooms are larger thahotel guide paris n 1 and 2-star hotels (at least 12 x 12 feet / 13.5 square meters) and include en-suite bathrooms. Employees are required to speak another European language (which may or may not be English) and offer reception service for at least 10 hours per day. Prices are generally 150€ / night per room.

4 STARS hotel guide paris
Rooms at a 4-star hotel are at least 12 x 14 feet (16 square meters) including an en-suite bathroom. Larger scale hotels with over 30 rooms are required to have 24/7 reception service hotel guide paris available, and employees must know an additional European language (in addition to French). Prices typically start from 250€ / night per room.

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These hotels provide the same level of service a as 4 star hotels and are not associated with a chain. While some are around 3 stars, many tend to around 4 or 5 sthotel guide paris ars and can be quite luxurious. They often have something special, such as a nice view or a little garden. As these are privately owned, prices vary, with most falling between 200 and 300€ / night per room.

5 STARShotel guide paris
The 5-star hotel offers guests a high-end experience at an expensive rate. Priced from 400€ / night, guests can be sure they are receiving top-notch service. Rooms are at least 15 x 17 feet (24 square meters) including an en-suite hotel guide paris bathroom. Employees must be able to speak English and reception is available to guests 24/7. Additional services, including valet parking, concierge service, and air conditioning are also required of these establishments.

PALACEhotel guide paris
Palaces are the most luxurious hotels in Paris. They feature all the amenities of a 5-star hotel, plus additional elements distinguishing them from the rest. They must include a gastronomic restaurant, such as a Michelin-starred establishment and exhotel guide paris ceptional customer service. A spa may be available, as well. Staying here doesn’t come cheap, with prices generally around 1,000€ / night per room.


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If you’re just passing through and are looking for a cheap bed, a hostel could be the perfect fit. Often the cheapest accommodation option, they ahotel guide paris re most popular among students. Guests have their own beds, typically sharing a room with several other people. While some hostels offer locked storage options, others do not, so you may be more prone to theft. Prices vary depending on how many people are sharing the room and can be as low as 20€ / night per person.

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The bed and breakfast is typically in a person’s home or a small, familhotel guide paris y-owned collection of rooms. Itoffers a homey feel, as guests are welcomed into the home of their host and are typically fed by him or her, as well. Prices depend on what thehost is looking to provide and generally start around 80€ / night per person.

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