Le Scribe Hotel, Paris - Not Just Travel

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Welcome to Le Scribe Hotel

Le Scribe Hotel Overview
The Scribe hotel was built in 1860 and was totally refurbished in Autumn 2007. The new decor and the prestigious rooms make it a splendid, luxurious property. Enjoy the great city of Paris without leaving the comforts of home behind at Scribe Hotel. It comes highly recommended.

Ideally located between the sumptuous Opéra Garnier and the famous Place Vendôme, the Hôtel Scribe Paris is a legendary hotel in the heart of the capital. The underground stations Opera and Auber are less than 5 minutes walk to and from the hotel.

The rooms and suites have a typical Parisian elegance that is both contemporary and timeless. Sophisticated style, exquisite decor and intimate luxury are married with state-of-the-art technology.Some rooms have facilities for people with reduced mobility.

There are spa facilities, non-smoking, connecting, and disabled rooms are available on request and wireless high speed Internet access in each bedroom.

Food & drink
The 1t Rue Scribe has a a mezzanine library, a tea room, highly appreciated by Parisians, which combines the French elegance with memories of Asia.
Le Cafe Lumiere is bathed in light through a glass roof open to the beautiful hotel courtyard.

Tourist Information
Central / Opera / 09e Arrondissement
25 kms to the airport (charles de gaulle)
20 kms to the airport (orly)
1 minute walk to the nearest metro station (opera or auber)
1 km to the nearest station (saint lazare)
1 minute walk to the nearest bus stop
6 km to the nearest fair site (porte de versailles)

Number of rooms
213 Rooms:
6 Number of rooms for people with reduced mobility
14 Connecting rooms
137 Non-smoking rooms
Single rooms
Double rooms
Twin rooms
Triple rooms
Quad rooms
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