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Built in 1877, the Edouard 7 Hotel is located on one of Paris' most prestigious streets on the right bank. This emblematic Paris boutique hotel is in the middle of the action, close to the Opera Garnier, Le Louvre, the Place Vendôme, Faubourg St Honoré, and the department stores. The intimate decor of the Edouard 7 Hotel blends the elegance of French fashion with modern sophistication. The Bar l'E7 features the unique cocktail preparation skills of Victor Delpierre. The Cuisine l'E7 restaurant, run by two of the top talents in French gastronomy, sets this Paris boutique hotel apart. Salons and suites are available for functions. Part of the Worldhotels First Class Collection. Rooms and suites at the Edouard 7 Paris are decorated with style and sophistication, offering guests modern amenities in the lap of luxury. Rich fabrics and stylish furniture make every stay perfect. To arrange your stay at the prestigious Edouard 7 Paris boutique hotel, contact us for our rates and availability.
Hotel Edouard 7, an emblematic hotel on the Right Bank, situated in the heart of Paris on one of the capital’s most prestigious and historic avenues, pays tribute to an illustrious guest, the Prince of Wales. It welcomes travellers to an intimate atmosphere combined with the elegance of a top class establishment.
In a word: The Edouard 7, a grand hotel with a soul, in one of Paris’s most distinguished quarters…
The classic rooms (20 m²) are cozy and elegant, they offer you an absolute comfort.
The Superior rooms (25 to 29m2) of this four star hotel welcome you in a Couture atmosphere, as befits the identity of the hotel. These rooms offer a generous and attractive decor, drawing inspiration from the charismatic personality of their royal mentor.
Our guests will appreciate the generous and enterprising decoration and the luminosity of this room category.
The Deluxe rooms (25 to 32m2) of Hotel Edouard7 symbolise space, modernity and elegance, also paying homage to our famous guest.
All of them offer a wide diversity of space, volume and views thanks to a subtle combination of lines, colours and materials. These rooms are equipped with the latest technologies, enabling our guests to feel quite at home in their surroundings.
Our Deluxe rooms benefit from wonderful natural light. Some of them have a balcony, with a direct view of the Opéra Garnier (on request and depending on availability).
Comfortable and spacious, all our Junior Suites (32 to 35m2) offer an incomparable view over one of Paris’ most prestigious streets, Avenue de l’Opéra. They comprise two separate spaces, with the bedroom independent of the salon.
The salon space is ideal for families wishing to share the same room, since its sofa bed can accommodate a third person. The rooms are equipped with a very big bathroom, with separate shower and bathtub.
Our Junior Suites are also equipped with the latest technologies, as Ipod Station, Nespresso Machines and all of them have a balcony.
The Suites of this Paris 4 star hotel are all designed like charming individual apartments with ‘Parisian chic’. The play of lighting gives these rooms a refined and intimate atmosphere.
Pleasant, spacious, luminous and comfortable, our suites combine the elegance of yesteryear with the modernity of today.
The more than 50 m2 private space will delight guests who are keen to spend a night in an environment fit for a king. They comprise two separate spaces, with the bedroom independent of the salon.
The salon space is ideal for families wishing to share the same room, since a sofa bed can accommodate a third person.
You can also experience the romantic feel of the rooftops of Paris from the Lilly suite on the 7th floor, situated below the eaves.
Opéra Garnier, Sacré Cœur and the Louvre, as well as Montmartre can be viewed from the terraces, offering an outstanding panorama.
All the Suites are also equipped with the latest technologies, as Ipod Station, Nespresso Machines.
Who was Edward VII ?
Albert Edward of Saxe-Cobourg-Gotha, son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, born on 9 November 1841 in Buckingham Palace, was nicknamed ‘Bertie’ up to his death on 6 May 1910. When Queen Victoria died on 22 January 1901, Albert Edward decided to reign under the name of Edward VII. Before his accession to the throne, Edward bore the title of Prince of Wales and was the second longest heir to the throne in the history of the British monarchy, after his great-grandson, Prince Charles, the current Prince of Wales.
A great lover of Paris, Edward VII, then Prince of Wales, made the Hotel Edouard VII his Paris residence for exploring the city and admiring the unrestricted view from the balconies over the Opéra Garnier where he enjoyed being carried away by the performances and meeting the great and the good.
A refined, elegant man, and a great lover of fashion, it is to him that we owe the three-piece suit, which was created in Paris specially at his request. Edward VII had infinite admiration for singers and actresses. Among his many conquests, the most famous were the talented French actress Sarah Bernhardt, the great Australian singer Melba Helen Mitchell and the society hostess Alice Keppel, his last mistress, who was invited to his deathbed by his wife Alexandra. Alice Frederica Keppel was the maternal great-grandmother of Camilla Parker-Bowles.
Hotel Edouard 7, built in 1877 in pure Haussmanian style, has thus paid tribute over the centuries to its illustrious guest. The French authorities did likewise, having decided after his death to create Place Edouard VII in his honour a few steps from the hotel and to erect an equestrian statue to his glory (the sculptor Paul Landowski was chosen, in a competition) in front of the renowned eponymous theatre which opened its doors not long afterwards.
This recognition by the authorities honoured the main player of entente cordiale (the agreement that brought reconciliation between England and France in 1904) and also paid unofficial tribute to the most French of British sovereigns, who was very popular with the Parisians and loved the neighbourhood so much. Edward VII, that illustrious man of taste, would be thrilled to return today to this character hotel and discover the homage paid to him by a uniquely stylish establishment.
The renovation of Edouard 7 was the subject of a conceptual procedure unique in the hotel sector. It involved producing a thematic Couture collection, where each place was designed like a silhouette to be dressed, based on a meticulous study of the personality of Edward VII the man: his life, his background, his journeys, his loves.
The force emanating from this creation derives from that unexpected encounter between a man:
Edward VII and a woman, the hat designer Marina Bessé.
The entire project is based on 4 keywords, inspired by the personality of Edward VII:
Audacity, Seduction, Character, Theatricality.
The result of the fusion of these 4 words led to a creation of great elegance and warmth. As soon as you walk into the hotel, you plunge into the world of Edward VII, the ground floor being the men’s floor; the rounded reception desk can be interpreted as Edward VII’s top hat, the walls his coat, the bar his belt, and so on. We are at the heart of a history that is later portrayed on the last 3 floors of the hotel.
In 2012, Christophe Daudré continued the metamorphosis of Hotel Edouard 7, a unique 4 star hotel on Avenue de l’Opéra, with a new collection of rooms, at the same time referring to that Franco-English alliance so dear to Edward VII by melding contemporary French-style elegance with a very British spirit. The theme of this renovation was the entente cordiale which King Edward VII upheld so well between England and France. Influenced by its ideal location, a few steps away from Opéra Garnier, Christophe Daudré found the perfect balance between modernity and traditional style, by preserving Edward 7-style French elegance combined with contemporary design. He was inspired by the know-how King Edward 7 so appreciated. The new rooms were enhanced by decorative elements, duck blue and taupe details, and contemporary materials which fully participate in the more meaningful decoration of the room. A blend of 19th century style (with embroideries) as well as contemporary elements such as glass desks, designed by Christophe Daudré himself.
This new collection offers new rooms like little ‘jewels’. Each guest enters into surroundings of velvet and colours which add warmth and transport him into a cosy, chic space. Guests are welcomed to a Couture ambience, faithful to the identity of the hotel.
Here you discover revisited lacework on some items of furniture, paintings dissimulating a feminine-masculine wink on the curtains, transparent materials such as glass, a deep blue embrasure, poetic 19th century notes, etc. It all emanates a certain sensuality, with an ‘indiscreet’ eye on the rooms.
The dissimulation of spaces and nooks such as the walk-in dressing room, the appearance of a colourful wall niche, the translucent sliding door, provide that feminine note and touch of impertinence so dear to Edward 7.
The deep blue intervenes in the spaces and furnishings, around a velvet armchair, on a cloud suspension lamp, offering all guests a warm and pleasant ambience in which to enjoy their Paris sojourn.
The combinations of materials such as the padded wall, the stylised furniture creations of Christophe Daudré, the association of accessories such as the Prince of Wales chair, cashmere rugs, the poetic notes inscribed on the walls, contribute an ingenious and subtle note to this new collection.
All guests at the Edouard 7 have a free WiFi internet access. For those guests who do not have a computer an iMac is available in our business center.
We are pleased to welcome small dogs into the hotel.
The hotel Edouard 7 features wheelchair accessible guest rooms and public areas.
Our business partner ‘Mon Masseur’ has male and female practitioners available 24 hours a day for therapeutic massages in your bedroom. Manicures, pedicures and facials can also be carried out in your room. Rates are available on request to our Chef Concierge.
For the more sports-inclined, the fitness room on the second floor is open to guests every day.
Hotel Edouard 7, a 4 star hotel situated on Avenue de l’Opéra, will welcome you to any type of event (conferences, seminars, training courses, showrooms, etc.) in a room with natural daylight with a direct view over the Opéra Garnier. Air-conditioned, soundproofed, comfortable and welcoming, this 55 m2 room can accommodate up to 24 participants sitting in a U, 40 people with theatre seating and 60 people for a cocktail party.
Discreet and convivial, the 43 m2 Salon Mogador in Hotel Edouard 7, situated on Avenue de l’Opéra, welcomes you to any type of event (conferences, seminars, training courses, showrooms, etc.). Communicating with the salon Marigny, this space can host events with a capacity of 16 people sitting in a U, 24 people with theatre seating and 40 people for a cocktail party. It can also be used as a very elegant break-out room.
Two luminous and prestigious suites can be transformed into a special place for meetings, showrooms or small-scale committee meetings for up to 16 people seated in a U.
The ‘La Cuisine de l’E7’ restaurant also has seating for up to 60 people at lunches and dinners as well as cocktails for up to 80 people.
The fireplace lounge adjacent to the Bar can also host your lunches and dinners for up to 20 people seated and 45 people at a cocktail party.
5 minutes away from our 4 star hotel on foot, this building, inaugurated in 1875, hosts many operas, ballets and recitals.
A gothic-tyle cathedral, from which inspired Victor Hugo for his novel of the same name, one of the most visited monuments in France (30 000 visitors a day).
For 27 years, this ofrmer railway station, converted into a museum, has owned the largest collection of Impressionist works in the world.
The oldest and largest public gardens in Paris, opposite the Musée du Louvre, the Tuileries are a place of leisure and temporary exhibitions.
Overlooking the hill of Montmartre, another of France's most visited national monuments.
327 metres high, one of the most visited of all Paris monuments.
A place for shopping, relaxation and culture situated opposite the Musée du Louvre.
10 minutes away on foot from our boutique hotel, the Musée du Louvre is one of the world's greatest museums.
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.
At lunch, discover our Express Lunch Menu served in less than 45 minutes including: starter + main course or main course + dessert with 50cl water or a glass of wine, plus coffee. Available from Monday to Friday, €35 per person. At dinner, experience our gastronomic Tasting Menu in 5 courses €79 per person.
Monday to Friday
12 AM to 02 PM.
07 PM to 10 PM.
Designed in a Couture decor combining elegance and modernity, the E7 bar offers a menu of tailor-made cocktails to awaken the senses, based on the creations and suggestions of our head Bartender.
A haven of peace just a few steps away from Opéra Garnier, on the prestigious Avenue de l’Opéra.
Monday to Friday
11 AM to 12 PM.
11 AM to 11 PM.
FROM GARE DU NORD
By public transport:
Take line 7 towards Villejuif – Louis Aragon or Mairie d’Ivry, alight at Pyramides station.
Price per person: €1.70.
GARE DE LYON
By public transport:
Take line 14 towards Saint Lazare, alight at Pyramides station.
Price per person: €1.70.
C. DE GAULLE AIRPORT
By public transport:
Take RER B towards Robinson or Saint Rémy les Chevreuses up to Chatelet, then take line 14 towards Saint Lazare and alight at Pyramides station.
Price per person: €9.50.
By public transport:
Take Orlyval up to Antony then RER B towards Charles de Gaulle Airport or Mitry Claye up to Chatelet les Halles, then take line 14 towards Saint Lazare. Alight at Pyramides station.
Price per person: €11.30.
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