With beautiful views of the Eiffel Tower, this modern and stylish hotel in the heart of Paris is the perfect base for Paris trips that are full of sightseeing or business deals.
With contemporary designs throughout, it’s clear that this property is the brainchild of an interior whiz kid. Despite this though, it’s still comfortable enough to put your feet up at the end of a busy day and forget about the hustle and bustle of the city.
Guests will benefit from a daily free newspaper delivered straight to their door, as well as access to a luggage room, 24-hour reception manned by friendly and efficient staff, and high speed wireless internet access.
Room facilities include radio, cable TV, a kettle and a telephone, as well as all of the little extras that discerning travellers have come to expect. In fact, you may not want to ever leave the comforts of your room!
If you’re visiting the capital on business, you’ll find that the on-site business centre has everything you need while you’re away from the comforts and convenience of your own office space. You’ll have access to banqueting facilities, board rooms, conference rooms, and printing services. If there’s anything else you require, the on-site staff will be more than happy to point you in the right direction.
Coupling stylish design with breathtaking views, this hotel makes a great choice for visitors, regardless of the reason for their stay in Paris.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Disneyland Paris is an absolute must-do if you’re visiting Paris with the family. See your favourite film characters, take the hair-raising rides, then head to one of the many cafes of restaurants at the end of the day. Many visitors are surprised by the high quality of the food.
The Wall of Love is a mural that’s carved with the words ‘I love you’ in over 300 languages. Take your partner and brush up on your language skills in style! It’s a popular spot for proposals, so love is always in the air.
The Louvre is the most famous museum in Paris, if not in the world. Head here to see famous artworks such as the Mona Lisa. The building is surprisingly huge, so plan your trip well to avoid missing any of your favourite pieces.
Gucci is one of the most famous design houses in the world, and it has a strong base in Paris. Head to the store to stock up on luxury fashion items such as clothing and accessories.
For eating out
Café du Marche is small yet perfectly formed, and serves up good, honest French food in pleasant if often bustling surroundings. Reservations aren’t usually required, so it’s the perfect place to just pop in after a day of shopping or sightseeing.
If you’re looking for a touch of luxury, head to The Champagne Bar at the Eiffel Tower. As you might imagine, the prices are extortionate, but it’s the experience that you’re paying for as much as the drinks. Browse the cocktail and wine menus to seek out your favourite tipple.