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5 Parisian Hotels with Incredible Eiffel Tower Views

Updated: Oct 27, 2020

A stylish city of culture, Paris is home to a seemingly endless amount of world-class museums, sweeping boulevards, and charming sidewalk cafes. Once thought of as an unsightly wrought-iron spire, the Eiffel Tower now stands as the city’s most famous landmark, considered a masterpiece of architectural achievement and an iconic symbol of Paris.



Hotels with Eiffel Tower views are considered the crème de la crème, giving you the chance to capture a sight of the graceful “Iron Lady” from the comfort of your own room.

So it comes as no surprise that some of the most luxurious hotels in France are located in the 7th Arrondissement de Paris, each featuring prime views of the Eiffel Tower - from the side, from the front, from balconies and atop roof terraces, you’ll have unobstructed, amazing views of all of Paris.


1. Le Metropolitan a Tribute Portfolio Hotel


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Housed in a 19th-century building in the middle of Place de Mexico, Le Metropolitan a Tribute Portfolio Hotel is a sleek and contemporary hotel with a monochrome finish and granite accents. The hotel’s crown jewel, the Eiffel View Suite, offers views of the Eiffel Tower from small Juliet balconies in addition to spacious living rooms and marble bathrooms.


Looking for a guilt-free dining experience? Le Metropolitan a Tribute Portfolio Hotel serves an innovative menu of locally sourced fare, while the cozy fireplace setting at the on-site bar and hotel’s pastry carts lure you for some holiday indulgence. After a day of sightseeing, rest your muscles in the Capri marble indoor pool and Hammam steam room, or book one of the pampering spa treatments.



Address: 10 Place de Mexico, Paris, France

From €129 per night

https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/parxt-le-metropolitan-a-tribute-portfolio-hotel-paris/


2. Hôtel Plaza Athénée


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A legendary hotel in the heart of Haute Couture, Hôtel Plaza Athénée is located on the boutique-lined aAvenueMontaigne. With six floors of unique design, here you can choose from Louis XVI style or an Art Deco flair, while elegant period furnishings highlight the room’s vintage vibe. Ready to splurge on the ultimate luxury? Pamper yourself to an Eiffel Suite to find 18th-century glamor along with floor-to-ceiling Eiffel Tower views from your plush king-size bed.

With five on-site restaurants led by a Michelin-star chef, you’re spoiled for choice in dining options, from contemporary French cuisine to the famed pastries. A perfect location for travelers ready to give their credit card a workout, stroll down the chestnut tree-lined sidewalk to find big name brands like Chanel, Dior and Louis Vuitton at your fingertips, while the on-site Dior Institut spa helps revitalize your skin with couture-inspired beauty treatments.


Address: 25 Avenue Montaigne, Paris, France

From €356 per night

https://www.dorchestercollection.com/en/paris/hotel-plaza-athenee/


3. Shangri-La Hotel Paris

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Considered the grand dame of luxury hotels in Paris, Shangri-la Hotel Paris is so close to the Eiffel Tower across the Seine that it feels like you can stretch out and touch it. Housed in a beautifully restored 19th-century mansion built for Prince Roland Bonaparte, the 101 rooms and suites boast classic French detailing with a gold and blue color scheme, where Eiffel Tower views can be found from your deep soaking bathtub and large rooftop terrace.


If you appreciate old-world elegance, you’ll revel in the details of this hotel. With gold leaf embellishments, bronze wall reliefs and detailed ceiling murals, it feels like you’re staying overnight in a beautiful museum. With top-hatted doormen and a grand staircase, get the royal treatment as you indulge in the hotel’s five-star amenities, from free shoeshines to pampering spa services, Michelin-star cuisine, and a 15-metre mosaic tiled swimming pool.


Address: 10 avenue d’Iéna, Paris, France

From €449 per night

https://www.shangri-la.com/en/paris/shangrila/


4. Sofitel Paris Baltimore Tour Eiffel Hotel


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Located in walking distance from Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, Sofitel Paris Baltimore Tour Eiffel Hotel is the perfect home base for your Parisian adventures. Set in a historic building from the 1920s, you’ll find refined decor and neutral colors in 130 rooms and suites. Along with the memorable Eiffel Tower room views, HotelsCombined travelers love the hotel’s comfy beds with luxury MyBed bedding.


Need a place to unwind after a day of exploring? With dim lights and a warm ambiance, the Baltimore bar offers travelers an intimate place to relax, while the on-site Carte Blanche restaurant serves a creative menu of modern French gastronomy. Perfect for a date night, pair your meal with a glass of wine directly from the hotel’s cellar or walk off your meal with a scenic stroll along the Seine and past the Trocadero right around the corner.


Address: Bis Avenue Kleber 88, 16. Passy – Trocadero, Paris, France

From €245 per night

https://all.accor.com/hotel/2789/index.en.shtml



5. The Peninsula Paris


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You’ll find it hard to pull yourself away from the rooftop terrace at The Peninsula Paris, part of Le Rooftop restaurant. It serves delicious French cuisine alongside stunning Eiffel Tower views and live music. You can also enjoy French cuisine with Eiffel Tower vistas at L’Oiseau Blanc Rooftop Restaurant.


The rooms and suites at The Peninsula Paris treat you to rich furnishings, breezy windows and marble bathrooms. The Rooftop Garden Suite features a private rooftop terrace overlooking the Eiffel Tower, while The Peninsula Suite has a baby grand piano and formal dining room.


Address: 19 Avenue Kleber, 16th arrondissement – Passy – Trocadero, Paris, France

From €555 per night

https://www.peninsula.com/en/paris/5-star-luxury-hotel-16th-arrondissement



Where is your favorite hotel with Eiffel Tower views? Let me know in the comments if you’ve been to Paris and where you think is the best place to capture the city’s skyline.

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