The Eiffel Tower View
What if you wanted to sit, relax and have a breakfast with the Eiffel Tower view? Then you shoud check the list below.
Built as a temporary installation it has become the best known landmark in Paris and in the world. You won’t notice this while you are eating breakfast at your Paris balcony but it is one of the buildings that increases in height over time. Every summer, the building registers an increase of 6-15 centimeters a result of thermal expansion of its metal.
1. Shangri-La Hotel Paris
Designed by Ernest Janty and completed in 1896. as the palace of Roland Bonaparte, grandnephew of Napleon Bonaparte. Soon it becam a meeting place of the Parisian elite society. Nowdays the interior was immaculately designed by architect Richard Martinet and interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon.
10 Avenue d’Iéna, shangri-la.com
2. Pullman Paris
Hotel Pullman is a very good choice if you want to be really, really close to the Eiffel Tower. The hotel is 11 storeys high so you will have nice panoramic views from the rooms. There is a nice view on Trocadero gardens from the fitness room also.
18 avenue de Suffren, Entrée au 22 rue Jean Re, Pullman.com
3. Hôtel Plaza Athénée
Designed by architect Charles Lefèvre the hotel was opened in 1913. It’s Eiffel Suite Art Deco Suite has possibly the most perfectly framed view of the Eiffel Tower. It is considered to be one of the finest hotels in Paris and In 1946, in close proximity to the Plaza Athénée, at 30 Avenue Montaigne, Christian Dior established The House of Dior and a new era began. Avenue Montaigne quickly turned into the avenue of ‘haute couture’ and the Plaza Athénée became Paris’ focus for fashion and the arts.
25 Avenue Montaigne, dorchestercollection.com
4. Hotel Le Walt
This beautiful Haussman era building has stylish interiors designed by Paul Sartre with rooms overlooking the Eiffel Tower.. Here you will find charming interiors with old school paintings and contemporary details.
37 Avenue de la Motte-Picquet, lewaltparis.com
5. Hotel Duquesne Eiffel
The Duquesne Eiffel hotel was built in 1797 on the site of the former powder magazine that exploded in 1794. It was not until the early 20th century that it became a tourist hotel. If you are not in the room with a viev on Eiffel tower you can observe the exposed beams and stone walls of the lounge, and the magnificent vaulted cellars.
23 Avenue Duquesne, hotel-duquesne-eiffel-paris.com
6. Hotel Radisson Blu Le Metropolitan
This picturesque corner building is overlooking Place de Mexico and it has a axial, almost strategic position with a view on Eiffel Tower across the Seine. There is an oval window on the rooftop whose axial view on the Tour Eiffel is very charming. The interior was designed by François Champsau.
10 Place de Mexico, hotellemetropolitanparis.com
7. Hotel Montaigne
The hotel is situated in the 8th districst and it is surrounded with couture shops, museums and theaters, but most important it has rooms with a perfect view on the Eiffel Tower. The interior is designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon.
6 Avenue Montaigne, montaigne-hotel.com
8. La Bourdonnais
The Hotel offers both views on the Eiffel Tower and the story of Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais, a famous French East India Company naval officer. The interior with warm earth colors was designed by Oscar Ono who was inspired by Bourdonnais’ travels.
111-113 av. de la Bourdonnais, hotellabourdonnais.com
9. Splendid Etoile
This Hotel is placed just beside Arc d’ Triomphe and it has views on the Eiffel Tower from the top floors. Here you can enjoy views of the two most famous symbols of Paris. The elegant Haussmann building was built in 1879.
1 avenue Carnot, www.hsplendid.com
10. Hôtel San Régis
The building was built in 1857 as a private home and by 1923 it has become a hotel. Since then it has become a popular destination to many VIP guests. Nothing to wonder about since the hotel offers views on the Eiffel tower and has unique designs foreach room.
12 rue Jean Goujon, hotel-sanregis.fr
11. The Peninsula Paris
Designed by Admand Sibien and completed in 1908. The hotel housed many famous guests like Pablo Picasso and George Gershwin.
19 Avenue Kléber, paris.peninsula.com