Tea Time is one of life’s little pleasures and Paris has taken to this small joy in a big way. While visiting the capital, you’ll have ample opportunity to sample a Parisian Tea Time at the end of the afternoon and savour a gourmet pastry and a hot drink. It’s one of the many small pleasures that you can treat yourself to during your stay at the Hotel Volney Opera. Our 3-star establishment offers impeccable service in a welcoming setting, here in the heart of the 2nd arrondissement of Paris. Discover our selection of Tea Time venues close to the hotel.
The Café Pouchkine
A combination pâtisserie, bar, tearoom and restaurant, the Café Pouchkine, located in the Place de la Madeleine, offers two floors of aristocratic refinement and gourmet delicacies. In a luxurious setting, executive chef Thomas Rossi and pastry chef Patrick Pailler place their international experience at the service of a cuisine based around fresh and seasonal produce. For a snack, opt for a Médovic, the Café Pouchkine's signature multi-layered honey cake with Médoc and milk jam, or discover the 5 types of Nathalie, the establishment's original creation.
At 226 Rue de Rivoli is a tearoom that’s over a century old, and one of the most famous in the city: Angelina Paris. In a sumptuous setting designed by the architect Édouard-Jean Niermans, you can taste the delicacies that have given this place its international reputation. Coco Chanel was a regular and now you, too, can visit this legendary Parisian place of gastronomic delight.
Offered within the elegant surroundings of the Hotel Burgundy Paris, in the Bar Le Baudelaire or the conservatory, this Tea Time offers irresistible savoury and sweet treats made by chef Pascal Hainigue. To make the experience complete, opt for a glass of champagne or Dilmah brand tea from Sri Lanka.
Hotel Volney Opéra, a 3-star hotel in the heart of Opéra district