The special charm of tea-time during a Parisian break
Published on 1 September 2019, dans Flavors and Gastronomy
A stay at the Hotel Opera Vivaldi is an opportunity to discover the thousand and one wonders that Paris has to offer. But amidst all the excitement, you still need to relax. Instead of a bistronomy lunch or a starred restaurant for your dinner, why not organise your day around tea-time? Catered for by the biggest hotels, this special time offers an opportunity to unwind in a genteel and elegant atmosphere while enjoying something indulgently delicious.
Tea-time; moments to savour without restraint
The Hotel Opera Vivaldi welcomes you and makes every effort to ensure that your stay in the capital is exceptional in every respect. Ideally located, our establishment is only minutes away from famous attractions such as the Opera Garnier, the Palais-Royal Garden and the Galeries Lafayette department store. It is also close to a considerable number of large hotels whose bars and restaurant have become legendary over the years.
Relax in a haven of peace
More and more of the leading Parisian hotels are offering tasty treats, delicious delicacies and a selection of teas, coffees and even cocktails for guests to savour in the afternoon. This welcome trend is exemplified by the likes of the Plaza Athénée and its legendary dessert trolley, as well as the Buddha Bar, whose restaurant serves a taste of the flavours of the East. A pleasant twenty-minute stroll takes you to the Crillon, one of the most luxurious hotels in the world. Here, in the beautiful Winter Garden, a wide assortment of hot drinks, superb pâtisseries and succulent snacks are served. The Dali, in the Hotel Le Meurice, is as much a delight for the elegant furniture designed by Philippe Starck as for the tea-time treats on offer, including masterpieces of temptation prepared with the skill and finesse of one of the best pâtissiers in the world.
Hotel Opéra Vivaldi, a 3-star hotel a few minutes from Opéra Garnier and the Department Stores