Paris Citadines Opera review

Hello, there doesn’t seem to be much information about Citadines Opera, so I’m leaving a simple review. I stayed in Paris for a total of 5 nights, and I couldn’t make a reservation for consecutive nights, so I changed rooms.
Studio for 800 euros for the first 3 nights, suite for the next 2 nights.
I paid for the couture for 774 euros. I was thinking of going to Real Paris, but there were quite a few reviews saying the rooms were narrow and dirty, so I decided to go to the Opera, which is near the department store. The room was bigger and cleaner than I thought, which was nice. The first room was room 210.Image


It is a desk and dining table.Image


There is ample space on both sides of the bed for luggage.
There was plenty of room to wear clothes, and there was also an iron and ironing board so I could wear shirts.
I ironed it before wearing it.Image


There is a dishwasher in the middle of the refrigerator on the right, and detergent is also provided. I cooked ramen and cooked scorched rice.Image

The toilet is on the left as soon as you open the bathroom door. I was a little disappointed because there was no bathtub, but it was okay because the room was spacious.

The second room is better. I tried to stay for 5 nights in the second room, but I couldn’t make a reservation, so I split it into 3 nights and 2 nights, but the second room is better haha.Image

This is a bathroom next to the closet at the head of the bed. There is no toilet. As soon as you open the door, there is a separate bathroom to the right with only a toilet.Image

After upgrading my room, I got a bathtub.Image

I also got a dressing table. I really needed it throughout the trip.Image


There were a lot of mirrors. The Airbnbs in Rome and Milan didn’t have mirrors, so it was very inconvenient, but this was a room full of mirrors.Image

Can you see the kitchen sink??
I took a detailed video, so the photos aren’t enough. It was convenient to have a separate dining table in front of the sink. The highlight of the first room as well as this one is that all the basic dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, and dishwasher are provided.Image

Do you see the closet next to the bed?
Open the mirror next to the closetImage

It is equipped with clothes storage compartments and an iron safe. The first room wasn’t too inconvenient, but when I moved up to the second room, it was much better. If I come again next time, I will definitely get a suite.
As you all know, Citadines only cleans your room once if you stay 5 or 6 nights in a row. However, since we moved rooms in the middle, we only received automatic cleaning once. There is a water purifier in the lobby on the first floor (cold carbonated water comes out) and a hot chocolate coffee machine. It’s free, but the coffee isn’t good, and the hot chocolate is delicious. There’s a washing machine and dryer on the ES floor of the basement, so it’s convenient to use with the WeWash app. I used it twice during my stay. It’s close to the Louvre, and the closest thing is Lafayette Department Store, and Printemps isn’t too far away, but after making Nabigo, it’s good. I took the subway to and from Rengtang because I didn’t have much stamina. It was close to the subway station and the accommodation, and there was an escalator that went up to the exit near the accommodation. My legs were tattered, so I was so happy that I cried when I got home.
If you have any further questions, please ask in the comments^^ I will share everything to the best of my knowledge~~

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