Hotel Indigo Paris Opera
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Hotel Indigo Paris Opera

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2 Rue Edouard VII, Paris, 75009 | +01 44 80 00 32, France
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Surrounded by theaters and the palatial Opera Garnier, the Hotel Indigo is one of the newest additions to the district, opened in 2015. Rooms, suites, and duplex apartments are all ideal for those who want to be in the center of Haussmann's great Parisian project. Wide boulevards lined with seemingly endless boutiques await outside, while inside, the hotel is an oasis of calm. Rooms are calming, with touches of color to offset more neutral tones in fabrics. Modern furnishings mingle with more traditional faux-relief works and murals on the wall that evoke the grandeur of Paris. With a restaurant and bar to round out the offer, the Indigo Paris Opera is a solid choice for those wishing to stay central and have enough room to stretch out their legs a bit.

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