Posted in Fairs andTrade Shows le 5 October 2019
Paris is one of the world capitals of gastronomy. Renowned for its starred restaurants and excellent patisseries, the capital is also a place not to be missed for lovers of chocolate and other sweet treats. Come and enjoy the Salon du Chocolat trade fair and the famous Mère de Famille chocolaterie during your stay at the Hotel Opera Vivaldi.
Posted in Flavors and Gastronomy le 1 September 2019
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.
Posted in Visit Paris le 5 November 2018
To end 2018 in style, why not experience the magic of Christmas in Paris amidst a festive and magical atmosphere? Paris puts on her dazzling clothes of light and the city’s most beautiful monuments are beautifully illuminated, as are the streets and avenues. Children love to gaze, wide-eyed, into the display windows of the capital’s department stores. Finally, Christmas markets spring up all across Paris, filled with a fabulous array of goodies. Enjoy the unique Parisian festive season atmosphere during your stay at the Hotel Opera Vivaldi.
Posted in Flavors and Gastronomy le 10 September 2018
From September 21st to 23rd this year, treat your taste buds and take part in the great gourmet event and celebration of French cuisine in Paris that is Goût de France (Taste of France). This essential aspect of French heritage is honoured duringr 3 days of tastings, visits and events.
Posted in Exhibitions and Museums le 10 July 2018
Discover a haven of peace in the heart of Nouvelle Athènes (New Athens), far from the hustle and bustle of department stores, tourist attractions and Parisian nights. This district, created from scratch in the 19th century, is where you can find the former studio of the artist Ary Scheffer, a place in which the great figures of French artistic and intellectual life once gathered. Today, it is the Musée de la Vie Romantique (Museum of Romantic Life), a place out of time.