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Hôtel de la Bourdonnais is located in central Paris, just a 5-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower. Free WiFi access is available and a cocktail bar, the Gloster, is available on site. Location, room, convenience, staff, next to lots of restaurants and grocery store.
In the center of Paris, a 15-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars, this boutique hotel offers soundproofed and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi access. 1 - The staff here are very nice. 2 - The hotel is located in a safe neighborhood and it's very...
Le Parisis - Paris Tour Eiffel is ideally located in Paris’ 15th Arrondissement and is a 15-minute walk from Eiffel Tower. It features free Wi-Fi access. Room - super clean, big enough for our needs. We could see the Eiffel Tower so we were happy!
This Best Western is in the mostly residential 16th arrondissement (district), just a 5 minute walk from the Eiffel Tower. Free Wi-Fi access is provided in each guest room. staff location and room service
Ideally located in the center of Paris, just a 15-minute walk from the River Seine and the Eiffel Tower, Jardins Eiffel offers free WiFi access and private parking at an extra cost. New and modern rooms / bathrooms ! Nice interior ! Perfect location !
Offering a sauna and fitness center, Juliana Hotel Paris is located in Paris, just a 14-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower. The hotel has a hammam and a gym. The bed and the shower made it hard to wake up in Paris and wanting to go out.
Grand Hôtel Lévêque is located in central Paris, just 0.6 mi from the Eiffel Tower and 2461 feet from Les Invalides. The hotel offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi internet access and cable TV. Helpful and friendly staff, clean spacious rooms, perfect location
Hôtel Le Cercle Tour Eiffel is located just 492 feet from the Champ de Mars leading to the Eiffel Tower. Free WiFi access is available throughout this recently renovated property. Everything was exceptional! The management is terrific and very helpful.
A former residence of Prince Roland Bonaparte and listed in the French “Monuments Historiques”, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris is a hotel palace located across the Seine and facing the Eiffel Tower. The staff are friendly and we were treated nicely. My family was satisfied and happy.
Located in the 7th district of Paris, just a 12-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower and Champs de Mars, Cler Hotel offers a terrace, 24-hour reception and room service. Very nice stay on a really good spot, few meters on foot to the Eiffel Tower and on a street with a...
Located in Paris, Hotel du Champ de Mars is 2953 feet from the Eiffel Tower and 2297 feet from Les Invalides. It offers free WiFi access, a 24-hour frond desk and individually decorated guest rooms. The staff was amazing! They were super friendly and helpful.
Hotel Le Walt is a 4-star hotel located on the Rive Gauche in Paris’ 7th arrondissement. This design hotel offers free Wi-Fi and an option to have breakfast served in your room. Perfect location for the first timers in Paris.
Hotel Maison FL, in the 16th district of Paris, is just 2625 feet from the Eiffel Tower. 15 min walk from Eiffel, balcony overlooked city, restaurant was great, also lots of restaurants in...
Just a 5-minute walk to the Eiffel Tower, this boutique hotel offers elegant rooms and is a 10-minute walk from the Trocadero Gardens. Great location with great service and staff.
Right in heart of Paris, just 10 minutes from the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides, this hotel offers comfortable accommodations. TheY were kind enough to to give us a room with an Eiffel Tower view before we even asked.
Passy Eiffel is just 700 metres from Trocadéro, which offers the best views of the Eiffel Tower. It offers 3-star accommodation in one of Paris’ calm and safe streets. Elisabeth was absolutely incredible - she treats her guest and the property like her own.
Not the Eiffel tower I visited in the past with all the new barricades around it so it has lost some of the splendour and romance when approaching it on foot. The queues to buy tickets are also worse than I remember but this could just be because everything feels much more claustrophobic with all the fences around. Overall though, it is still the Eiffel Tower and an amazing structure to see (especially at night) and from which to experience the views of Paris. We ate lunch at the Jules Verne restaurant and it was amazing - $$$ but amazing!
Tower itself is incredible, go up at night the entire tower lights up on the hour every hour. We got a lift up and walked the steps down. But book online as the booked advanced ticket line is next to non compared to people arriving on a whim needing to line up for hours. Be prepared for people selling tat from every angle!
Photo opportunity!! We went 2 times during the trip. We went at night when it’s all lit up - it’s STUNNING at night and the views from the top of the city lights is just beyond beautiful 2nd visit by day, used the cafe there & the gift shop. Brilliant views of the river from the top in daylight. The grounds around the Tower are also lovely. I went in February so the trees are bare then.
What happened to the spirit of Paris? Now it is encased in glass, you can't walk underneath the tower, and queues . . . one to get in, then one to go up the tower. The bad thing is the touts and souvenir sellers, who wait outside the exit to pounce, and you can't even walk around the area, as the souvenir sellers are laid out all around, it is awful. What happened to the French pride and spirit?
It was amazing! We went on a Monday afternoon without reservations. The line wasn't very long to get our tickets and spent about three hours from start to finish. That day it was overcast and perfect weather. I was very happy with our last day in Paris. That night we went back to see it light up at sunset. It was awesome!
As it goes with tourism there are alot of scammers. People will rush up to you with clipboards asking for donations after they have worked out your english. These are scams and just ignore and walk away.
I chose this hotel on the general basis of wanting to stay close to main tourist areas but a touch more... authentically Parisian. No one in Paris lives next to the Eiffel Tower or the Tuilleries -- and you can't buy a pack of gum in the Place Vendôme without spending 5 euros. Deux Magots, the whole Left Bank charm of the 6th has something special. The hotel is beautifully situated at a bend in the road so our room had a delightful view and for a fair price. The room, though small, was appropriate for Paris and again, what we paid.
We loved the perfectly sized, clean rooms with tiny bathrooms, adorably small elevator, the clear instructions to the room, the cute balcony with seating, treadmill and with view to the Eiffel tower. There are a lot of amazing restaurants just around the corner, which are a must try. There is a flower shop and a grocery store also around the corner, plenty of bus and metro stops in walking distance. Generally we say “Paris is always a good idea”, and this hotel is on our list for good starting point for the visits.
Excellent room, in a great location. The metro station is only a 2 minute walk away, and the area is always bustling with people, so you never feel unsafe returning late at night. The room was nice and bright, size as per normal Parisian standards. The bonus was the great balcony with the Eiffel Tower view. The staff was very courteous and helped with all our requests during the stay. Had breakfast at the hotel once. Decent breakfast spread. Shower was amazing with a big shower area.
Very cost effective. A not so expensive modern hotel (I was aware that it has been continually refurbished over time) with a nice and caring staff, at a 10 minute walk from the Champs-Élysées and on easy distance to visit the Eiffel Tower and other places form central Paris. Confortable, clean, with a plethora of cafés and restaurants nearby. A good example of you get what you pay and more. Recommended.
Location is great, 3 Metro lines and Taxi stand across street, multiple restaurant , bakery, pharmacy, etc, very close by. Walk to Eiffel tower area. Room was a triple, rare find for most of Europe- with adequate space. Nice value for Paris. New hotel, clean, good services. Will stay again if we want to be in that area of Paris. Will recommend to friends and family. Outstanding staff.
Good breakfast buffet, plenty of choice for an hotel of this category. I could park my car in the hotel's underground parking for a reasonable daily fee, very useful in this kind of central location in Paris. The hotel is in a calm street, but Hotel des Invalides, the Eiffel tower and metro stations are just at walking distance (a few streets at most). Friendly staff too :-)
Super friendly staff; the owners of the hotel were very welcoming and made my stay very pleasant -- Perfect location surrounded by the charm of Paris -- Amazing Eiffel Tower view from the room and bath -- Extraordinary interior design of the room and the lounge/lobby -- This hotel will be my first option when I visit Paris again.
The location to this place was great, very close to the Eiffel tower. Many restaurants are nearby. Breakfast was great and to my surprise a very friendly staff. The rooms were a bit small typical Paris hotels, but it was comfortable. The bathrooms were a good size.
Shangri_la Paris is by far the best hotel, we ever stayed. The staff, location, cleanliness and breakfast all were exceptional and wonderful. The beds were very comfortable and the Eiffel Tower view was magical. We will definitely stay in Shangri_la Paris again.
Excellent hotel for staying in the center of Paris. Room was clean and staff was friendly. Very close to Rue Cler, where you can find cafes, shops, markets etc. 10 min of walking to the Eiffel tower.
if one goes to the Louvre you acquire headsets. It is pretty amazing viewing a painting of Napoleon crowning Josephine and the historical significance of this amazing piece of art is explained in the most beautiful artistic voice. Captivating... , not just this one painting the whole museum of priceless treasures. I felt honoured to view this amazing collection. The artifacts are breathtaking. It is amazing riding a double decker bus and wearing a headset. Two trips around the city and you are most familiar with the sights and their historical significance to start your journey. Plaques in doorways and on statue's leave the visitor a good over view of the past. A trip to Versailles again headsets that advise the visitors the past. The streets, the cobblestones the architecture, the open markets and cafe's, the preservation of the past intact is so very amazing to a first time visitor. Paris is exciting! Paris is busy. Paris is steeped in culture and is bigger than life itself. I stood beneath the Eiffel Tower and looked up trying to imagine the past and the men that built this magnificent structure. The residents of Paris make their city come to life. They are proud of their city. Very clean and orderly.
Skip the Louvre & the Champs-Elysees, stroll the Tuilleries and the Latin Quarter instead, & talk to people, but remember you're in THEIR country so learn some basic French (please, thank you, G'day, G'eve, etc.) - you'll find a lot of people who speak English. Use the Metro and the "river taxi" (that's what I call it, anyway). DO enjoy cafe au lait often at outdoor cafes, look at around and up at the old buildings, take your time and soak it all in. Don't waste money on 4 & 5, or even 3 - star hotels & "fancy" restaurants - see where the most French are eating and try those places. But, I'm biased and fluent in the language. One can "do" Paris in 3 days - Musee d'Orsay, Musee Marmottan (Monets!!!), Sacre Coeur, Eiffel Tower & Notre Dame, and if you must, the Arc de Triomphe, but it's not worth the hassle). Skip Versailles, go to Fountainbleau (you can get a R/T ticket at the Metro station (subway, train, bus). Hotel in the Latin Quarter.
Find all the hidden playgrounds, visit the jardin du luxembourg and budget for carousel rides. A good view of the city can be found at the top of the wheel/roue within the jardin des tuileries rather than queuing for the tour Eiffel or scycraper.
Go early!! For the Eiffel Tower we took the stairs which was fun for our children and the line up was minimal.
Louve. Go to Eiffel Tower early, they shut down access to the top when we were there because of over crowding at the top.
Paris at night is amazing, make sure you go to the Eiffel Tower at night and wait for it to sparkle for you!