The location at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, a couple of blocks from the Champs de Mars
Even the gym has incredible views stretching from Montparnasse to Montmartre
The Cali-fusion fare at FR/AME brasserie
What To Know
Although families can stay in connecting rooms, the hotel is better for couples or business travelers
Not all views are created equal. While many include the Eiffel Tower, the Classic Rooms offer views of the garden or neighboring hotels
The property was completely renovated in 2014
Pets are permitted for a fee
Parking on site
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Contemporary crash pad at the foot of the Eiffel Tower with a hip Cali-fusion restaurant
Within spitting distance of the Trocadero and the Champs de Mars, the Pullman Eiffel Tower is located right near Paris’s most famous landmark. The property was revamped by Christophe Pillet in 2014, and the look is contemporary urban with plenty of slate-gray fixtures and fittings livened up with bright primary colors. The vast ground-floor lobby features giant screens, oversize floral displays and a connectivity zone for the business-inclined.
Bed and Bath
Sleek yet simple, the guestrooms feature exclusive photography by Patrick Tourneboeuf of some of Paris’s finest buildings. Deluxe Rooms come with gadgets like in-room iPads, while all have flat-screen TVs, Bose sound systems and C.O. Bigelow lavender and peppermint products in the bath or shower rooms (some of the Classic Room bathrooms have yet to be updated and feature caramel marble). Many of the rooms feature balconies with views of the Eiffel Tower.
The hotel’s hip ground-floor eatery, FR/AME, takes you from central Paris to Baja California through its menu (ceviche, tacos, grilled octopus) and decor (sleek, long marble bar, colorful ceramics, glass-encased champagne bottles). Breakfast, served on the basement level (there’s an outdoor terrace for the summer months), covers everything from classic croissants to full English breakfasts or healthy fruits and yogurts. Even if you’re not a gym bunny, you should head to the gym for unrestricted views of the Trocadero. There are also some rather funky conference rooms for creative types who crave edgy meeting spaces.
In the Area
Start with the obvious sights nearby, such as the Eiffel Tower and the Champs de Mars, the Seine and its cruising bateaux-mouches, and the Trocadero beyond, or museums such as the Quai Branly and the Musee d’Orsay. Once they're ticked off the list, venture into the very chic 7th Arrondissement and sample real Parisian life, especially the local markets such as the one on the Avenue de Suffren or on the Rue Cler, which is considered one of Paris’s most charming.