The Hotel Scribe Paris, managed by Sofitel, is located next to the famous concert hall, L’Olympia. It is also only few steps from the Paris Opera and its nice classic architecture. Then the Galeries Lafayette and the Printemps Haussman, department stores, are five minutes, walking distance.
The Hotel Scribe Paris is part of the Opera area designed by the Baron Haussman. It was built in 1861, more than 150 years ago. The Hotel was the host for the prestigious Jockey Club during 60 years. The Hotel used to welcome artists such as choreographers and composers. The 2nd floor is dedicated to Josephine Baker, a well-known music hall star, which used to stay at the Scribe.
The Hotel Scribe Paris was also the place where the Lumière brothers first shared publicly their invention : the Cinematograph. The 5th floor is dedicated to this period. Every year, the Scribe prize for Cinema rewards a film demonstrating inventiveness and creativity.
The restaurant, Le Lumière, is also a tribute to the Lumière brothers. Guests can enjoy a refined French cuisine at Le Lumière restaurant. Under the glass roof, this Parisian restaurant offers a romantic setting. In the afternoon, people can get together in the cozy atmosphere of the mezzanine library tea room, 1 T. Rue Scribe, to have a cup of tea or a glass of wine.
The Hotel Scribe Paris includes 213 guest rooms and suites. All have been decorated by Jacques Grange. Four duplex apartments and one Jockey Club Presidential Suite are available for guests looking for an exceptional experience.
To relax, the Keiraõ Spa suggests several experiences with Carita rituals. A fitness center, a jacuzzi and a hammam are also available for the guests.
You will find two other Sofitel hotels in Paris : the Sofitel Paris Arc de Triomphe and the Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg. In the regions, you can stay in Sofitel hotels in Lyon (at the Sofitel Lyon Bellecour), Marseille, Quiberon and Strasbourg.