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Situated between the Opéra Garnier and Place Vendome, Scribe Paris managed by Sofitel 5***** settled in the 9th district at the centre of the most beautiful and most prestigious quarters of the city of Paris. The splendour of the Opera house, the bustle of the department stores, the elegance of the Rue de la Paix, the luxury of Place Vendome, the treasures of the Louvre, the charm of the Palais Royal or the mysteries of old streets. All of Paris is at your doorstep.

Sofitel Luxury Hotels

Scribe managed by Sofitel *****

1 Rue Scribe, 75009 Paris, France

District: Opéra

Disabled
Bar in the hotel
Fitness
Paid parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pets are allowed at no extra cost
restourant
Meeting / Banquet Facilities
Massage
Currency exchange
Barber / Beauty Shop
Souvenir shop
Turkish Bath
Business center
Video Games
Ironing
Barber / Beauty care
Porter service
Jacuzzi
Delicatessen
Art gallery
24 hours room service
Concierge service
Minibar in the room
Personal in-room safe
Hairdryer
Cable and satellite TV
TV in room
Canal+
Accept credit card VISA
Accept credit card Mastercard
Accept credit card American Express
Accept credit card Diners Club
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Safe
In-room breakfast
Fax
Сonditioner
Laundry
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Situated between the Opéra Garnier and Place Vendome, Scribe Paris managed by Sofitel 5***** settled in the 9th district at the centre of the most beautiful and most prestigious quarters of the city of Paris. The splendour of the Opera house, the bustle of the department stores, the elegance of the Rue de la Paix, the luxury of Place Vendome, the treasures of the Louvre, the charm of the Palais Royal or the mysteries of old streets. All of Paris is at your doorstep.
 
It is a heart of a capital boasting 180 museums and monuments. Visit the Louvre and its 35,000 masterpieces. Go to the Museum of Decorative Arts, the Fashion museum, or the Orangerie where Monet's amazing water lilies are housed. Travel through 19th-century Paris by visiting the Museum of Romantic Life and Gustave Moreau's studio. Discover the 5,000 years of perfume history at the Musée Fragonard, opposite the hotel.
 
Discover a world of luxury and fashion. The very prestigious Place Vendome, renowned for its jeweller’s stores, the famous Rue de la Paix and the ultra-trendy young designers at Palais Royal. Just steps from the hotel are the two major department stores Printemps and Galeries Lafayette, where you will find the biggest names in fashion, luxury goods, interior design and beauty care.
 
Opera Garnier offers unforgettable evenings, where the beauty of the ballet rivals the splendour of the architecture. The lovers of modern music will find Paris' most famous music hall, the Olympia, is just next door to the hotel. The Comedie Francaise, the Opera Comique and the Gaite Lyrique are also nearby. On all sides, the most modern theatres, cabarets or music halls provides the finest entertainment in Paris.
 
150 years of history and art of luxury life have made Hotel Scribe a veritable heritage of Paris memory. Built in 1861 as part of the new Opera district designed by Baron Haussmann, Hotel Scribe was immediately chosen to be the home of the prestigious Jockey Club, whose members were the elite of French and European society under the Second Empire. Today, the hotel conserves the memory of that era, along with that of the numerous  personalities who created its renown, such as the Duke de Morny, the Prince of Sagan, Marcel Proust, Serge Diaghilev, Josephine Baker and Lee Miller. 
 
In 1864 the street and the hotel were named Scribe in honour of Eugene Scribe, one of the greatest dramatists of his time, with numerous successful plays and operas. At the Paris Opera, Scribe made his mark as the most famous and prolific librettist, working with Verdi, Rossini, Donizetti, Offenbach and other composers.
 
On each floor, the decor evokes the traces and the legends of its past. Each floor plays tribute to one of the notable events or persons that helped write the history of the hotel.
 
The legendary Jockey Club spent some 60 years in the Hotel Scribe and Marcel Proust, who was fascinated by the dandies he associated with. The decoration of the first floor commemorates the Jockey Club era. That of the second floor is a tribute to Marcel Proust, who immortalized it in his works.
 
At the head of the Jockey Club was the Duke de Morny. Half-brother of the emperor, symbolizing the Jockey Club and the Second Empire itself, he made the club the meeting place of the cream of European society. The Belgian king Leopold II and the Prince of Wales, the future Edward VII, were elected members as were many titled Europeans: the Hungarian princes Esterhazy and Károlyi, Prince Nicholas Romanowsky, the Duke of Alba, an important figure in Spain, the Italian princes Belgiojoso and Visconti, King William III of the Netherlands, and Prince William of Orange.
 
The Jockey Club is central to Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past, which provided the inspiration for many of his characters. Notable among them is the hero, Charles Swann, who is the portrait of Charles Haas, admitted to the Club in 1871.
 
Hotel Scribe always had close ties with the dramatic arts. On the Opera's facade, the bust of Eugene Scribe gazes on the hotel where so many composers and choreographers stayed. 
 
The 4th floor pays tribute to Serge Diaghilev, founder of the Ballets Russes, who lived in the hotel. The ties between Hotel Scribe and the Opera reached a high point with the arrival of the Russian patron of the arts, Serge Diaghilev. Diaghilev settled in Scribe in 1906 when he launched his grand cultural "Russian Seasons" project with the first exhibition of Russian painting at the Salon d’Automne. In 1907, the first Russian music concerts introduced Rachmaninoff, Scriabin and Rimsky-Korsakov to Paris. Then, in 1909, he founded the Ballets Russes.
 
Also nearby is located another legendary theatre, the Olympia. From its opening in 1893, the most prominent music hall stars would stay at the Scribe, the most famous of these being Josephine Baker, to whom the 2nd floor is dedicated.
 
At the dawn of the 20th century, Hotel Scribe was a centre of modernity. On 28 December 1895, in the Salon Indien of the Scribe's Grand Cafe the first public presentation of the Lumière brothers' revolutionary invention, the Cinematograph took place. News spread quickly and the number of shows, each lasting about 20 minutes, multiplied and had been presented to 2,500 spectators every day. The 5th floor commemorates the birth of cinema. 
 
A few months later, the Scribe welcomed Wilhelm Röntgen who presented his discovery, X-rays. No doubt these inventions influenced Jules Verne, who frequented the Grand Café at the hotel. The 6th floor is dedicated to him, the visionary author the pioneer of the science fiction genre.
 
A long tradition of excellence in the art of living awaits you in this great 19th-century building. It became a hotel of legend, a stage of modernity on which the cinema was born, a favourite place of artists and celebrities. The Scribe keeps that legacy alive today. In its elegant rooms and suites, its public and reception areas, new generations of personalities are adding new chapters to the new hotel's history. 
 
The interior decoration by Jacques Grange truly embodies the spirit of Parisian luxury. The lobby with its checkered stone floors, fluted columns, and huge crystal chandeliers, immerses the visitors into the world of elegance and style.
 
The spirit of a great palace prevails from the vast lobby to the decor of the rooms. The interior is made of luxurious fabrics: padded velvet, damask and taffeta. Cozy warmth emanates from the different areas, libraries or fireplaces, with a mix of styles like in old family mansions where each occupant has left their trace.
 
Hotel Scribe Paris managed by Sofitel includes 213 rooms. The stylish rooms offer an LCD satellite TV, mini-bar and tea and coffee making facilities. The private bathrooms have a bathtub and come complete with bathrobes, slippers and Hermès toiletries.
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«The Lumière’s» gastronomy restaurant. The cozy atmosphere of the dining room, bathed in light from its vast glass roof and sunny courtyard offers a romantic and contemporary dining venue in tribute to the Lumière brothers, inventors of the cinema, who held their first public screening at the Scribe. The restaurant offers delicious French cuisine from the chef Sébastien Crison in the best traditions of the hotel Scribe, as well as a large selection of wine. Open hours: from 12:00 to 14:30 and from 19:00 to 22:00.
 
Scribe's tea room «1T RueScribe» Crystal chandeliers, tall columns and a mezzanine library create a perfect atmosphere for this gem of a place, the Hotel Scribe's tea room, where Parisian elegance and Asian culture come together.  It is a favourite place of Parisian women who enjoy afternoon tea with a rare tea, a glass of champagne, or a delicious Scribe's own pastry. Open hours: from 12:00 to 20:00.
 
Bar «L’Obscur» possesses the peculiar charm of a bar that once was the haunt of the world's greatest photographers. The cocktail menu reads like ultra-modern poetry - luminescence, phosphorescence, effervescence, arborescence. In addition to the signature cocktails, the bar serves hot and cold snacks. Open hours: 07: 00-01: 00
 
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Spa Center «Keirao Spa» offers massages and beauty treatments using products by Carita, VitaMan and Sensotek. Guests receive free access to the hammam, Jacuzzi and a modern fitness centre.
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Galeries Lafayette department store is just a 3-minute walk away. Other sites can be accessed from Opéra Metro Station, including the Louvre. The Air France and Roissy airport shuttles also depart from beside Opera Garnier, 250 metres away.