Suite Opéra

  • Area : 87 m² / 937 sq. ft.
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Discover the iconic Parisian skyline from your own suite. You’re in the front row worthy of an opera set, with a majestic view of the gilded Palais Garnier and the characteristic rooftops of the City of Light. Let the show begin!

Nestled on the sixth floor, the Opera Suite sets out to enchant. Natural light throughout invites in the blue hue of Paris, amid a dazzling atmosphere that’s as theatrical as the view. The performance unfolds before your eyes, both outside and in.

  • Grand Jardin view

  • Opéra Garnier view

  • Separate living room

  • Separate walk-in closet

  • Natural light in bathroom

Act 1: Private Scene

Like a grand box at the theater with Paris as its show, the interior evokes the splendor of the Palais Garnier itself. From room to room you will find walls draped in silk, rosewood moldings, and gold leaf cornices. The stunning Versailles parquet; the vibrant red and ochre; the subtle play of mirrors; the painted nymph; the lyrical watercolors of opera costumes. Everything plays its part.

Act 2: Paris unfolds

This spectacular suite is accessed via a staircase. Ascend, enter, and your stage awaits – with a stunning Parisian panorama as backdrop. The bow window’s curve reflects the visible dome of the Opera House, while zinc rooftops shine in the foreground. For a bird's-eye view, the sofa beckons; it’s like being positioned directly on the rooftops. From the desk you see even further: as the light follows the rhythm of the sun, your personal scenery evolves – and the imagination takes flight.

L’Opéra Garnier, the theater of high society

The dome in view is an iconic monument of Belle Époque Paris, inaugurated in 1875 under Napoléon III. Dedicated to the lyrical arts, this temple of culture drips with flamboyant ornamentation in marble and gold. Our Opera Suite pays homage to Charles Garnier's masterpiece from its bow window, honouring the architect's conception for his great temple to the Opera.

Garnier’s vision required an exterior as theatrical as the staging within, immersing visitors in perpetual enchantment. As a high-end venue frequented by all of Paris, the Opera house required the audience to be part of the spectacle - so the Grand Staircase was one designed to be seen on. As for the Grand Hall, its sumptuous boxes were the ideal stage to present oneself in the best light.

More information

You will be invoiced by the Ritz Paris with 100% of the total cost of your stay or, where applicable, the total cost of your stay paid prior to your arrival date will be fully retained by the Ritz Paris, as follows:

  • In the event of a cancellation request after 3pm (local time, Paris) and less than seven (7) days prior to your arrival date ;
  • In the event of a cancellation request after 3pm (local time, Paris) and less than fifteen (15) days prior to your arrival date due during the following periods: from 06/14/2024 to 06/28/2024, from 09/23/2024 to 10/01/2024, from 12/28/2024 to 12/31/2024, from 01/14/2025 to 01/24/2025, from 02/24/2025 to 03/04/2025;
  • In the event of a cancellation request after 3pm (Paris local time) and less than thirty (30) days prior to your arrival date due during the period from 07/20/2024 to 07/24/2024;
  • No cancellations are possible if your stay is due during the period from 07/25/2024 to 08/11/2024.

All our rooms and suites have complimentary wifi access.

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