Hilton Worldwide has opened the rebranded Hilton Paris Opera hotel, formerly the Concorde Opera Paris.
The 268-room property, which has undergone a $50 million refurbishment, is located in the French capital's eighth arrondissement, opposite the Gare Saint Lazare train station.
It features 29 suites, an executive floor and lounge, several bars and restaurants, including Le Grand Salon and Le Petit Bar, a fitness centre and meeting and conference rooms.
All suite guests receive in-room Nespresso coffee makers and access to the Executive Lounge, offering complimentary breakfast and afternoon refreshments.
Hilton Worldwide president Simon Vincent said: "France has the largest inbound tourism market in Europe, estimated to reach 100 million by 2018, with Paris itself remaining one of the world's great destinations.
"Hilton has a long history in the city and we are delighted to be bringing one of its most illustrious hotels back to life, following a stylish renovation that will ensure Hilton Paris Opera becomes a home for Parisians and international guests alike."
The hotel first opened in 1889. Many popular sights are just a short walk or bus ride away, including the Louvre and the Opera.
Hilton this month opened its first property at Munich airport (see news, January 14).