The Helios Opera Hotel: a Parisian boutique hotel with unique charm
In the early 70's in New York, some artists decided to appropriate abandoned warehouses to turn them into art studios. Mixing the large spaces of the warehouses, the raw materials and the sobriety of the colors with their universe, their works and their tools, they created unique and original places. This is how the neo-industrial style, that inspires our hotel, was born.
Arrived in the Emeraude Hotels network in 2003, the Hélios Opéra hotel was entirely refurbished a decade later to give it a new identity. During the transformation, the architect kept the soul of the building, while adding a new style. With its sober, clear and luminous colors, its darker furniture made of raw materials and its elements reminding the world of art, the Hélios Opéra Hotel is directly inspired by the neo-industrial style and offers you to stay in a unique and original place in the heart of the capital.
You will find a metallic glass roof inspired by the art studios of the 20th century, modern works of art by famous artists, photos reminding the universe of art made specially for our hotel by a Parisian photographer, or even decorative and "arty" elements spread throughout the establishment.