Gourmets can enjoy a fabulously festive time in the vicinity of the Hotel Daunou Opera. Ladurée, Fauchon, Stohrer... this district has some major attractions for those who appreciate the finest in tasty treats! Take a short tour with us that will make your mouth water...
Ladurée; pâtissière of excellence
A luxury Parisian tea shop and pâtisserie, Ladurée invites you into a delicious world of macarons, sweet treats and irresistible temptation. Said by many to be the best of its kind in Paris, this haven of elegance and refinement has been delighting customers with its savoir-faire and sense of style since 1862.
Fauchon, the palace of gourmet pleasures
Let your footsteps lead you to the Place de la Madeleine for a gourmet break at the Grand Café Fauchon. Not far from our hotel, this is the perfect place for a tea or coffee break, or perhaps even a glass of champagne. Whatever the time, you’ll find plenty to tempt your taste buds with the various sweet and savoury creations of the famous house of Fauchon.
Stohrer; delighting lovers of fine food since the 18th century
Stohrer is a true Parisian institution. The oldest pâtisserie in Paris boasts sumptuous decor and is classified as a historic monument. Stohrer was founded in 1730 by Nicolas Stohrer, the pâtissier to the court of King Louis XV and inventor of the rum baba. The place has remained faithful to the traditions established by its creator and now relies on the talent of Jeffrey Cagnes, the current chef pâtissier. This sanctuary of pâtisserie française offers much-loved classics such as traditional rum babas, old-fashioned religieuses and puits d'amour, as well as bouchées à la reine fit for a queen!
Book your stay at the Hotel Daunou Opera today and enjoy a gourmet getaway during the festive season!
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Hotel Daunou Opéra, a 3-star hotel in the heart of Opéra District