Between the mythical Opéra Garnier, the departments stores and Place Vendôme, Sofitel Le Scribe Paris Opéra has been beating the vibrant rhythm of Paris for 150 years.
Built in 1863 as part of the creation of the Opera district,
Le Scribe is chosen from the outset as the seat of the prestigious Jockey Club.
In 1871, the building occupies the site of the first Louis Vuitton boutique.
In 1895, the Lumière brothers present the world’s first cinema screening while many artists and celebrities live there like Josephine Baker who made it his Parisian residence until 1968.
A key player in Parisian life, Le Scribe is now writing a new page in its history.
From April 2018 to December 2019, Le Scribe invites Parisians and travelers to share their vision of the Parisian Spirit.
Each Sofitel draws inspiration from local culture and tradition while celebrating innovation and the French art de vivre to offer a one-of-a-kind, luxurious hotel experience. From design details to exhibitions and events, discover what makes our hotel so unique.
Whether you are organizing a meeting, congress, press conference, gala dinner or a fashion show, our 18 meeting and...Read more
Spa getaways, restaurant deals, wedding packages and so much more. For a truly rewarding stay, discerning guests can take advantage of our latest...Read more
Spa getaways, restaurant deals, wedding packages and so much more. For a truly rewarding stay, discerning guests can take advantage of our latest special offers.
As summer is coming, enjoy our new fresh and gourmet brunch. For this so Parisian meeting, Sebastien Crison has imagined a brunch served at your...Read more
Enhance your stay at the Hotel Scribe Paris Opéra by Sofitel with: Once per stay, Cocktail of the day for up to two guests at the hotel bar...Read more
We stayed at this hotel for four nights. It was absolutely perfect! When we arrived we were a bit crazed because we arrived by metro and it took us forever to find since we had no wi-fi or map of the...
went back to le scribe after the refurbishment .things changed for better. rooms have now more space for wardrobes. breakfast place is not anymore in a dark basement but on the nice are on the ground...
The Scribe is an elegant hotel in a the Opera area in Paris. Although you are in the heart of Paris, the rooms are very quiet for a good night sleep (yes there is air conditioning!!!) The newly...
Friendly and serviceminded staff. The hotel was under renovation during our visit (hence the discounted price) however we were very satisfied with the room and the service of the staff. Superb...