Reach our luxury hotel in the Paris Opéra District
Among luxury hotels, Hôtel Westminster offers an enviable location in the Paris city centre. We are ideally situated between the Place Vendôme and the Opéra Garnier near the Opéra metro station. Our exclusive Opéra District neighbourhood is known as the home of the city's finest jewellery shops and fashion boutiques, and the Hôtel Westminster façade is flanked by the Cartier and Dunhill boutiques, with fashionable shopping only steps away. The hotel can be reached by metro (line 3, 7 and 8) and by the suburban train Auber Station (RER A). Private valet parking is available on the Rue de la Paix for a fee.
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Soak in Parisian street life with a walk up this iconic street. Stretching from two of the city’s most popular landmarks, the Place de la Concorde and Arc de Triomphe, this charming avenue offers a plethora of luxury shops, chic restaurants and traditional pavement cafes, theatres and parks.
The Eiffel Tower
No visit to Paris would be complete without a visit to the world’s most iconic landmark. Make your way to the top and enjoy stunning panoramic views of Paris before savouring a meal with a difference at one of the tower’s two renowned restaurants. Visit the tower at night and marvel at its unique light show.
The striking contrast of the modern glass pyramid and traditional buildings of the museum, which date back to the 12th century, catch the eye of any visitor as they approach this world-famous museum. Home to the Mona Lisa, in addition to an unrivalled collection of 460,000 objects and 35,000 works of art, the Louvre needs no introduction.
One of the most beautiful squares in the city, the neoclassical Place Vendome was commissioned by Louis XIV in 1702.
Offering the ultimate Parisian shopping experience, Galeries Lafayette department store boasts four floors of the latest fashion, beauty, books, homeware and more, in addition to a wide selection of dining options, all housed under the building’s famous glass dome, a stone’s throw from the Palais Garnier.