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Paris, the city of lights, is not only the home of some of the most iconic monuments in the world, but it is also a legacy of culture. The works of many French playwrights are still played in theaters worldwide, and Hotel Les Théâtres is a different way to pay homage to French theater. Iconic playwrights Molière, Feydeau and Cocteau welcome each guest in their unique way in the heart of the historical theatrical neighborhood of Paris. Enjoy! Parisianist

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About this place

98 Rue de Cléry, 75002 Paris
Line 4/8 - Strasbourg Saint Denis Line 8 - Bonne Nouvelle

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38 rooms, divided into 3 categories and 3 themes. 27 classic rooms (approx. 14 m² /150 sq ft), 8 superior rooms (approx. 20m² / 215 sq ft) and 3 junior suites (approx. 25m² / 270 sq ft). Each room, regardless of the category, is related to one of the 3 chosen French playwrights: Molière, Jean Cocteau or Georges Feydeau.

Prices of the rooms depend on seasonality and the days of the week. The average price of the classic room is around €160.

All rooms are equipped with safe, mini bar, free Wifi and TV. Ipod dock coffee machine only in the junior suites.

Food & Beverage

There are no restaurants in the hotel for lunch and dinner. Only breakfast is served in the very cozy and beautiful theater themed breakfast area.

The Honesty Bar: Located at the lobby, the guests are invited to create their own cocktails (€12 per drink). Cocktails recipes are available for those who wish to experiment.

As this is a very lively area, there are many recommended restaurants in the area, with different types of cuisines, from classic French to international.


Steam Room: A small and cozy steam room is available in the basement. The hotel building is quite old, and the visible stones are the original centuries old stones. Reservations are necessary.

In Room Dining: It is possible to order in-room meals, a service provided by a special external catering company. 


New York has Broadway and Paris has the Grands Boulevards, linking the Opera Garnier to Place de la République. In the 19th century, the Boulevard du Temple not far away was dubbed “Crime Boulevard” because of the many plays involving crime scenes. Today, many of the remaining theaters play the French classics such as works by Molière, Cocteau or Feydeau. Molière (1622-1673) is the author of very controversial but popular plays in the 17th century such as Tartuffe, The Misanthrope, The Learned Women and The School for Wives. Georges Feydeau (1868-1921) wrote over 60 plays, some which have no real logical construction, therefore being a forerunner of the Theater of the Absurd. Jean Cocteau (1889 – 1963) is best known for his novel “Les Enfants Terribles”, but wrote many plays and was a close friend of other notorious artists such as Pablo Picasso, Coco Chanel and Edith Piaf.

Parisianist Fun Fact: No one was interested in getting buried in the Père Lachaise Cemetery following its 1804 opening. But a few years later, the popularity trend took a 180° turn with the transfer of the bodies of Molière and La Fontaine (French fabulist) in 1817.

Parisianist Warning: the area is quite known for its prostitution (around Strasbourg Saint Denis metro station). Prefer the subway station Bonne Nouvelle and that eastern part of the Grands Boulevards.

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