Hotel Edouard 7


Discover a place fit for royalty

In 1877, Prince Edward of Wales, the future king of the United Kingdom who loved Paris, made the Hotel Edouard 7 his Parisian base from which he could explore the city, admire the view, and play a role in key social and aristocratic circles. Located near the Opera Garnier, the hotel was recently completely renovated by designer Christophe Daudré, in a three-year transformation unveiling a unique Couture-themed collection. The Hotel Edouard 7 offers large rooms across all categories with 69 rooms and suites divided between three “Couture” floors and four “Edouard 7” floors, with each room being individually designed. Each “Couture” room is designed like a figure to be dressed, with the use of dramatic materials and rich colors. The four “Edouard 7” floors are inspired by the jewelry world of Place Vendôme: shades of blue are used on the first floor, “Sapphire”; the rooms on the second floor, “Emerald”, are carefully decorated in shades of olive and jade; the rooms on the third floor, “Ruby”, use shades of white and taupe with red, purple and magenta accents; and rooms on the fourth floor, “Citrine”, are decorated using golden yellow.

The hotel’s transformation extends to its restaurant and bar. The French-style service is unparalleled and the menu celebrates tradition with classic dishes made with wholesome regional products. An express menu is available at lunchtime for guests from the Opéra district, and the bar offers a snack menu all day long.