Welcome to our weekly video review on hotel suites and rooms around the world! This week’s edition features the Queen Junior Suite, a 40 sq. m/431 sq. ft suite at the Hilton Paris Opera.
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The Hilton Paris Opera was inaugurated during the World’s Fair in Paris in 1889, just two months after the completion of the Eiffel Tower. It was built to accommodate the influx of visitors from the World’s Fair. The property was acquired in 1972 by Concorde Hotels, and in 2013, the hotel was bought by Hilton Hotels. The hotel reopened under the Hilton Brand in 2015 after a complete restauration of the historical building.
Here is the description of the suite and some official pictures from their website:
Complimentary WiFi, separate living room, rain shower. This suite features a private bedroom, with one queen bed and a separate living room.
The bathroom features a heated floor and a spacious walk-in shower. Amenities include HDTV, USB ports, complimentary WiFi, air conditioning, a safe, a personal bar and a Nespresso machine.
And here is our video review and commentary on this suite:
Decent sized room considering that rooms in historical buildings in central Paris tend to be small anyway. This hotel is currently closed but is accepting bookings for Spring 2021.Regular rooms start at 300€/80,000 points per night and this suite is selling north of 650€/night for next summer!
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