While there’s something to be said for braving the Eiffel Tower’s massive staircase or strolling around the Champ de Mars, being able to wake up in the morning to the Parisian landmark is truly something special. Luckily, there’s many Paris hotels with Eiffel Tower views worth looking into for a romantic experience from the moment you wake till you say bon nuit and we’ve done some digging for the best the capital has to offer.
Whether you’re looking for the ultimate five star experience or a balcony suite to bask over the attraction with a glass of wine, here’s the best Paris hotels with Eiffel Tower views to book a room at…
Oscar Ono, the designers of this hotel, channeled the adventurous spirit of a famed French travelling lieutenant and it shows. Ideal for the wanderluster, the four star rooms are packed with fun details like antique globes and travel tomes. Not only does it boast views over the Eiffel Tower, it’s also an easy five minute walk away.
Culture vultures, this one’s for you. A night at Le Walt is like a night at the museum or one of Paris’ many art galleries, as it’s filled with classical paintings and architectural details worthy of their own exhibit. However its refined and elegant aesthetic isn’t really what you’re reading this article for – book one of the rooms on the higher levels for a view over the Eiffel Tower.
Responsible tourism and stunning views meet their match at the Hotel Eiffel Trocadero, an 18th century champion of Parisian hospitality. The EU’s Ecolabel has officially named it an eco-friendly residence and it boasts views over the Eiffel Tower – the real gem is their Eiffel suite, an entire room designed to look like you’re sleeping in the tower itself.
Ready to make your trip even more special? Here’s a few luxury hotels that really stand out from the crowd…
This legendary residence is one of the best hotels overlooking the Eiffel Tower and you’ll be in discerning company, as previously Napoleon Bonaparte’s great nephew Roland once lived here. Featuring 101 grand suites and classical French details, it’s a taste of real Parisian opulence – cemented by the latticed tower in the background.
Don’t let the major capacity of this hotel fool you, this restored 19th century residence is one of the most luxury hotels in Paris. With elegant Parisian interiors and the Peninsula’s signature Asian aesthetic, you’ll be able to spot landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Iron Lady from your suite window.
What do Grace Kelly, Marlon Brando and Ava Gardner have in common? First of all, they’re all amazingly beautiful. And second of all, they all frequented the Hotel Raphael. This stunning establishment dates all the way back to 1925 and remains the height of luxury. The room you’ll want is one of their balcony suites with a lounge area, perfect for winding down in the evening with a piping hot cup of tea and a view over the Eiffel Tower.
For an utterly romantic moment away from the crowds, grab a baguette, bottle of wine and retreat to the comfort of your own hotel balcony.
What’s in a name? This hotel genuinely has the Eiffel Tower in its name and that’s exactly what you’re going to get, as it has a stunning view over the Parisian landmark. The establishment’s modern rooms are naturally a winning point, however many of them feature a tower-facing balcony perfect for being a tourist from the comfort of a 4* residence.
Photo: Hotel du Champ de Mars
This charming boutique hotel in the 7th arrondissement is a more budget-friendly option. Located a stone’s throw from the Rodin Museum and Musee d’Orsay, some of its suite and balconies feature a view of the Eiffel Tower - try asking in advance to see if a room with a Tower view is available.
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