Offering exceptional views of the Eiffel Tower from its terrace, this modern and chic four star hotel is a luxurious base during any trip to Paris.
With contemporary interiors throughout, it’s obvious that this property takes its design credentials seriously. The skylights add a touch of magic, and all areas are bright and airy, something that hotels in capital cities rarely seem to achieve.
Guests will benefit from a daily free newspaper delivered directly to their door, as well as access to a luggage room, 24-hour reception and wireless internet.
All rooms are equipped with radio, cable TV, a kettle and a telephone, as well as all of the little extras that discerning travellers have come to expect.
If you’re visiting Paris on business, you’ll find that the on-site business centre has everything you need while you’re away from the comforts of your own office. You’ll have full access to banqueting facilities, board rooms, conference rooms, and printing services.
This hotel is a true gem that will suit those who appreciate great design and fabulous views.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Any family holiday to Paris is incomplete without a trip to Disneyland Paris. It’s sure to be a magical experience that children will never forget.
The Wall of Love is a mural that’s carved with the words ‘I love you’ in over 300 languages. It’s a lovely spot to take your partner and practice a few words in French!
The Louvre is one of the most famous museums in the world, perhaps even more so since it featured heavily in Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code. Seeing every item would take weeks, so plan what you want to see before you arrive.
Les Halles is the place to be seen if you like trendy boutiques and big name brands. Head to the nearby outdoor food market after your shopping trip to refuel.
For eating out
L’Ami Jean serves up food from the Basque country in the south of France, with much Spanish influence hitting the menu. It has a great reputation amongst locals and travellers alike.
If it’s a special evening, try The Champagne Bar at the Eiffel Tower. It’s not cheap, but it’s an experience not to be missed. The views across the city are fabulous, and the cocktails themselves are inventive and tasty.