Best Value Hotels in 9th Arrondissement (Opera Garnier), Paris

View all 9th Arrondissement (Opera Garnier) Hotels

Take a look at the best value hotels in 9th Arrondissement (Opera Garnier).

  1. The 44-room Hotel Joke - Astotel is a modern and playful mid-range boutique hotel situated in Paris' 9th Arrondissement. While slightly outside of the main tourist area, it's in walking distance to trendy neighborhoods like South Pigalle and Montmartre, plus it's just a three-minute walk from the Moulin Rouge and the metro. Rooms are clean, compact, and contemporary with en-suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, electric kettles, free Wi-Fi, and mini-fridges stocked with free soft drinks. Extra property features are limited, but a buffet breakfast is served in a trendy breakfast room (extra fee) and free snacks and non-alcoholic drinks are available in the afternoon. The nearby Hotel Josephine by HappyCulture offers a more romantic vibe, but rooms there show some wear-and-tear.

  2. Part of the French Astotel chain, Hotel 34B is a mid-range hotel right in the 9th Arrondissement of Paris. Its 128 guest rooms have fun, quirky details including illuminated lamp silhouettes embedded in the headboards and desktops with AstroTurf sandwiched under a glass surface. But some rooms are small, and there have been complaints of street noise. Guests booking directly through the hotel get perks including a free buffet breakfast, and all guests get freebies like hot drinks and snacks in the afternoons and free minibar drinks. Still, as with many boutique hotels on-site amenities are slim -- there's no full restaurant or gym. Travelers shopping around may want to compare rates and amenities at the nearby Hotel Du Triangle d'Or, a boutique, music-themed property.

  3. The mid-range Hotel Helussi opened in 2014 with 23 individually decorated rooms that are stylish, clean, and contemporary. The smallest rooms at this modern boutique hotel are a bit cramped, but all offer Nespresso machines, mini-fridges, and upscale bathrooms with walk-in showers. Its north central Paris location is a big plus, with two metro stations, Sacre Coeur, and the transportation hub at Gard du Nord within walking distance. Continental breakfast is available daily for a fee, and private, off-street parking is nearby. Other amenities include a sauna and shower in the basement. An alternative in the immediate area is the Best Western Premier Opera Faubourg, which offers extras like an on-site bar and lounge, but rates are more expensive.

  4. Taking design cues from 1950s pop art, the Hotel George - Astotel is a modern, mid-range property in a lively area of Paris' 9th Arrondissement, between the Palais-Garnier Opera House and Pigalle. Its 46 rooms can be small, although they're stylishly colorful, and efficiently designed. (Some can sleep up to three or four.) All have air-conditioning and include minibars -- with free water, juice, and soft drinks -- flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. The hotel also offers an open bar and breakfast service in a dining room that includes a children's section. Travelers could also consider the nearby Hotel Helussi, which has Nespresso machines in the rooms, but rates are higher. 

  5. The 44-room Hotel Joyce - Astotel is a solid mid-range boutique hotel situated in South Pigalle, a nine-minute walk from Moulin Rouge and a three-minute walk from the metro. Rooms are clean, compact, and modern with bright pops of color and thoughtful amenities like iPhone docks, electric kettles, free Wi-Fi, and minibars stocked with free soft drinks. The hotel's quirky breakfast room offers a daily buffet, but the hotel has few other property features. A nice bonus: The hotel offers free non-alcoholic drinks and light snacks in the afternoon and evening. Another option could be the nearby Hotel Lorette Opera - Astotel Paris, which has similar amenities but more classic decor. 

  6.  The 38-room Hotel Palm - Astotel is a solid mid-range boutique hotel situated in Paris' 9th arrondissement. While slightly outside of the main tourist area, the hotel is just a five-minute walk or less from the Rue des Martyrs and the metro. Rooms for one to three guests are clean and compact with contemporary decor, en-suite bathrooms, and modern amenities like flat-screen TVs and iPhone docks along with freebies like Wi-Fi and mini-fridges with soft drinks. Some rooms even have French balconies or views of the Eiffel Tower. Extra property features are limited -- there's a small lobby lounge, free light snacks in the afternoon, and a breakfast buffet for an extra fee. The Hotel des 3 Poussins is a comparable property nearby offering some slightly larger room choices.

  7. The Hotel des 3 Poussins is a mid-range hotel located in the 9th arrondissement, a five-minute walk from the Rue des Martyrs and the Grands Magasins of Opera. While slightly outside of the main tourist area, the hotel is close to a plethora of eateries and is a two-minute walk from the Saint-Georges metro stop. Decor is modern, creative, and delightful, with doodle murals and a chalkboard drawing wall. Forty rooms are fairly small, but they’re stylish and feature free Wi-Fi and coffee-and tea-making facilities. There are few on-site features, other than a breakfast buffet and room service for an added cost. The nearby Hotel Lorette Opera - Astotel Paris is a comparable property with design-conscious details but a slightly different aesthetic.

  8. There's lots of style packed into this well-priced 30-room boutique hotel. The lobby is streamlined with comfy raspberry tulip chairs, a computer station, and a tiny reception desk. Rooms are also stylish, if a bit simple, and include freebies like sodas and Wi-Fi (although there are complaints that the signal is weak). They are spacious by Parisian standards, but hotel has few common spaces beyond a breakfast room and a small bar.

  9. The budget-friendly, 35-room Hotel France Albion has a convenient location in the cultural hub of Paris' 9th Arrondissement, walking distance to the metro and Montmartre. This two-pearl property has limited public space and simple but contemporary decor incorporating light woods and leather furniture. Rooms are snug with double or single beds, TVs with satellite channels, room service from off-site restaurants, Yves Rocher toiletries, and triple-glazed windows to soundproof street-facing rooms. Breakfast, dry cleaning, and parking cost extra, but Wi-Fi, umbrellas, and newspapers are free. Rooms at the nearby Hotel Chopin are typically even cheaper, but they're also more basic and old-fashioned. 

  10. Le Relais Madeleine is a mid-range, 23-room hotel in the 9th Arrondissement of Paris, near the Opera Garnier and close to the famous department stores Printemps and Galeries Lafayette. Rooms have dated decor but decent tech features, including Bose Soundlink speakers. On-site amenities are limited, and though the hotel serves a continental breakfast for a fee, there's no restaurant, gym, or meeting facilities. That said, the hotel does offer loaner iPads, a public computer, and free Wi-Fi. For a more stylish option, travelers could consider the Hotel des 3 Poussins, offering a more modern take on a boutique property and a few rooms with terraces as well.

  11. The three-pearl Hotel Acadia – Astotel is a stylish, affordable boutique hotel located in Paris's 9th Arrondissement. The lobby lounge is a sleek space mod furniture and bright pops of color, and the hotel's 36 guest rooms have chic decor and designer details. All units have floor-to-ceiling windows, flat-screen TVs, minibars with free nonalcoholic beverages, and safes, but they lack kettles Bathrooms aren't as attractive, but there are shower/tub combos and a generous supply of high-end Omnisens Paris bath products. Ample freebies include a hot buffet drinks and snacks in the afternoon, and Wi-Fi throughout. Travelers who want a room with Eiffel Tower views can check out Hotel Le Chat Noir in Montmartre. 

  12. The Hotel Chopin is situated near the famous Grévin Museum in the Passage Jouffroy, which is one of the more atypical historical treasures that Paris has to offer. The Passage Jouffroy is a glass-covered arcade lined with bookshops and art galleries. After experiencing this posh environment, it's a bit of a disappointment to enter this old-fashioned budget hotel, which could do with some renovation. The nearby Hotel Palm Opera offers considerably more style for similar or only slightly higher rates.

  13. The Hotel Astra Opera is an 82-room, mid-range hotel in situated in Paris' 9th arrondissement, a six-minute walk or less from the Opera Garnier, the metro, and the Galeries Lafayette Haussmann and about a 10-minute walk from the Tuileries Garden. The hotel is low on frills, but it does have a small bar serving free snacks and non-alcoholic drinks in the afternoon. The breakfast room is surprisingly nice as well, with a daily buffet, though this costs an extra fee. Single, Twin, and Double Rooms are pleasant with modern amenities like AC, iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and minibars lightly stocked with free water and soft drinks. Hotel Palm - Astotel is a comparable property with more modern rooms and, often, somewhat cheaper rates -- but it's a bit farther from Paris' tourist center.

  14. The mid-range Residence Cosy's Cadet is on the charming Rue Cadet, near the Grands Boulevards and a three-minute walk to the Cadet metro station. Decor is simple but shot through with hot pink accents adding a vibrant boost. The 22 studios and apartments are exceptionally spacious for Paris, and well equipped with full kitchens, living and dining areas, flat-screen TVs, CD and DVD players, and free Wi-Fi. Features are mostly limited to a cold buffet breakfast (for fee) and paid on-site parking. Another downside: Past guests have complained about inadequate soundproofing and dated decor in some units, but renovations are slated for the end of 2016. Travelers looking for more stylish apartment-style accommodations could also consider Residence Nell, which is in the same neighborhood, though rates are notably higher.

  15. The three-pearl Hotel Touraine Opera is a solid, if somewhat unexciting hotel in the 9th Arrondissement. Its main attraction is its location close to cafes and sights including Galeries Lafayette, Palais Garnier, and the Louvre. Property amenities here are limited to a crowd-pleasing hot breakfast buffet (for a fee) and 24-hour lobby honesty bar with snacks and drinks. Its 39 modern guest rooms are well-maintained and have a hint of style, all with AC, flat-screen TVs, lightly stocked minibars, electric kettles, and free Wi-Fi. The nearby Astra Opera offers iPod docks and minibars with free soft drinks in their guest rooms, but they're a bit duller in style.