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Hôtel Opera Dieppe

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I walked into the hotel and tried to book a room last minute. Hotel asked that I put in a "guarantee" and said I would be able to inspect the room before booking. I went back, a couple hours later, to inspect and decided not to stay there as the room stunk of cigarettes and was super noisy. When I tried to get my money back they claimed it was nonrefundable. I had to put in a dispute with my credit card company.... and now I'm not even sure if I will get my money back.

I was forced to book this hotel last minute as my Airbnb flaked and stayed here for 3 nights as part of a two week trip in Europe. And although I loved Paris and even the people in the city, this hotel was awful and had my blood boiling at several points during my stay. The wifi here just blatantly doesn't work. And although at any point in my time in Europe I could have probably done without it, this was the absolute one place I needed it. I live in the greater Spokane, Washington area and as a result wanted to watch Gonzaga basketball's first ever national championship appearance. I even went through the effort to set up a VPN on my laptop so I could stream via CBS. I also even cut my first night short in Paris so I could be in bed early to wake up at 3 AM to watch the game. But the wifi at the hotel wouldn't work and the desk guy refused to help. All of a sudden he didn't speak English and seemed irritated that I was bothering him at 3 AM. Not only did the wifi not work any of my 3 days/nights, I also couldn't get cell service in the hotel, thus making checking in for my departing flight the next day more difficult as well as checking the proper train routes to get to the airport. The room itself was fine but does face an abandoned building. The tv was the size of an iPad but I never turned it on. The bathroom was a joke and smelled like mildew. The shower was tiny by European standards and every time I tried to move in it I'd bump the dial and change the water temp or shut the shower off completely. The elevator/lift starts on the second floor and is the size of a coffin. You can't leave the hotel with your key They lock the entrance to the hotel at night so better pray that the front desk guy is awake or around to let you in. There is chaos in the streets at night as men shouting in Arabic echoes off the buildings and into your room. The location isn't much better either as it's awkwardly placed between Montmartre and the Seine. It is a short walk to the subway but littered with unpleasant homeless people and refugees. Don't stay here. There has to be better options. Thanks quite possibly the worst place I've ever stayed.

Before making a reservation in this hotel, I read some reviews and I was in doubt if this hotel was a good deal or not. Some people said that it was a good place (for it's price) and others said that it was better to sleep on the streets instead of sleeping in this hotel. Considering the price seemed good and the medium rate for this hotel was ok, I thought that the bad reviews maybe were heavily exaggerated, but unfortunately they weren't. The hotel is way worse than the pictures. The amenities are awful. Everything is just old and doesn't really work. The wi-fi is horrible not only in your room but even in the reception. Want to have a hot bath? Well, if your neighbor had a hot bath before you, maybe your room won't have hot water because the system that makes the water hot works for all the rooms in the floor and not only for yours. So if someone uses too much hot water in their bath, the other neighbor will have to take a cold bath. Not really a good thing when it's almost winter and the heater in the room isn't working. In fact, they were all the time turning on and off the heater. They even turned it off when we were sleeping. The manager that keeps the reception is really disorganizated and thinks she can compensate everything just by giving you a free breakfast (that btw is awful). The bathroom is really SMALL and unfortunately I'm not exaggerating. The elevator is also pretty small. Not even 3 people can use it. The hotel isn't safe and also the area close to the hotel isn't safe. Also be careful if you are reserving this hotel by booking.com or any other site, because in those sites the price for a room is incredibly overpriced. I paid 3x times more by booking this hotel in advance by booking.com than somebody that asked the price for the room direct with the reception. When that person said it was better to sleep on the streets instead of sleeping in this hotel I though she was heavily exaggerating, but trust me, she was 100% right about this hotel. The hotle is so bad that it even ruined my experience in Paris. I had some many headaches because of this hotel that I just can't count. Plus, not even the people who work there like the hotel or think the hotel is a good deal. SERIoUSLY, IF YOU EVER SEE THIS HOTEL, RUN AWAY AS FAST AS YOU CAN.

The hotel is located in front of Saint Lazare station. All rooms are renewed and clean. The price is reasonable in August. You have access to all major attractions in less than 15 minutes. I recommend this hotel to all visitors.

I had 5-nite stay in late november till early december 2015. The hotel has pros n cons. Pros: 1. Convenient location - next to Gare St Lazare Station. Suitable for travellers who plan to use public transport. Just 2-3 min walking distance 2. Food - Halal kebab cafe is just next door. Many cafes nearby 3. Hotel price is affordable 4. You may leave ur luggage at the lobby after check out. 5. Airport shuttle is available €18 per pax. 6. Friendly receptionists - young lady speaks english fluently 7. Room condition - look classic but clean. Towels were provided daily. With heater, hair dryer, shampoo & soap. No aircon, toothbrush & toothpaste. 8. Gallery la fayyette n printemps approx. 10 min walking distance. Cons 1. No tea facilities - if you have tumbler/bottle, you may request water from the tea lady (no charge) 2. Iron is not provided - pressing/laundry is 5-7 min walking distance. It costs me €9 for 2 pieces. 3. Hotel breakfast costs €7 - i did not buy hotel breakfast. I had my breakfast at nearby cafe as low as €2 for a cup of tea n a croissant.

This fall I took a trip to Europe and all hotels from Prague, to Venice, Florence and Rome made my trip awesome until I landed to this one. Its one word terrible, nothing else. Please do not waste your money and time. Its dark, shabby, No AC, The flat TV screen they mention is a small LG screen with No Channels, Wi Fi probably is a decoration word, staircase and surroundings haunted, lift is size of a human grave, No I wont even say location is good, you can find was decent hotels in the same location. The window opens to a garbage tunnel I guess where you can see all the windows open the same way from other rooms. I can write as much as I can, you can easily understand when I tell you that I checked in at 3pm afternoon and checked out at 9pm at night, went to the airport and slept there. It was 200% better than I would have stayed at this hotel that night. Please do not ruin your trip.

We stayed ten days in the Hotel de Dieppe and I can honestly say it's bad in almost every aspect except for its central location -- right next to Gare Saint-Lazare. Breakfast is poor and the attention is downright terrible. Our beds were really uncomfortable and our pillows were almost nonexistant they were so flat. Would definitely not recommend this hotel to people looking for a good night's sleep.

When I arrived I was not sure I would even stay .The hotel looked very old and Amsterdam street was full of restaurants. And growled with the train station st Lazarre very close.I did not feel safe. But the girl at the reception was accommodating and reassuring.she allowed me to visit room 10 on the first floor ,a disaster with two small beds and the tiny breakfast lounge next to it and a noisy very old elevator...I was running away but then she offered me a room on the 6th floor .Big surprise ,it was updated ,clean,beautiful colors and nice curtains..the bathroom was old but sparkling! So I stayed four nights. Nice things : nice and helpful staff breakfast for an additional 7dollars pleasant and they make you feel at home.The lounge is small but finally cozy and allows for conversation withs other guests.,location .is great.I walked to the best shopping malls in Paris galleries du printemps,lafayette ...no doubt access to trains,buses,metro in no time...a huge variety of restaurants around..for 25euro they called a shuttle for me to go to the airport.Excellent..when you have time you can simply take the metro and tramway. Inconvenient things: very noisy early evening and early morning .elevator very small so if you are clostrophobic avoid it.the prices in comparison to other places was a little high for what it is.i found out from other customers that they actually paid less because they booked on line ...Finally I would return to this hotel if they drop the price to 70euro including breakfast..which is coffee ,croissants ,orange juice...and of course in an updated room.

This hotel was seriously one of the worst I have ever stayed in....firstly we arrive at the hotel and are offered no assistance from the staff to carry our two huge suitcases (travelling from Australia) up a narrow staircase in order to get to the tiny lift - and I mean TINY. The rooms are very small and filthy and we gave breakfast a go one morning....which we regret! The location is quite unsafe with a lot of homeless on the street begging for money and others sorts, however it does have public transport avaiable close by. Overall I would never stay here again and really recommend you don't aswell....it ruined our Paris experience!

Stayed here in June 2014 timeline. The hotel is nestled right in a peaceful town, facing a train station, taxi and bus station. Very convenient and many outdoor eateries for you to it down and have a cuppa on the run. This location can be treated as a sleeper hamlet, just before you go on your trip to other locations such a Normandy or Blangy. Rooms are fairly small but very comfortable and the restaurant does not have much varieties for Asians. Not many Asians do venture this far into the outskirts. The stairs are not old persons friendly so is the lift. The staff are quite polite and helpful. Overall the stay is good and a pleasant one for short stays. As I suggested earlier this is a "sleeper hotel" or transition hotel for travelers.

22 rue d'Amsterdam Paris Paris

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Galeries Lafayette and Paris Opera
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in 9th Arrondissement, Hôtel Opera Dieppe is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Galeries Lafayette and Paris Opera. This 27-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, express check-in, and express check-out. Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame Cathedral are also nearby.


Dining

Start each morning with continental breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

The 27 rooms have phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

At Hôtel Opera Dieppe, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and express check-out. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and tours/tickets.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

30% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 217 reviews