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Best Hotels with an Eiffel Tower View from the Room

Photo of the Eiffel Tower in the distance from a room.

We all visit Paris for something magical. Whether it is to find love, unravel history, marvel at the art, or to eat macarons and croissants – but chances are we all have one thing in common, to see the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel Tower is without a doubt one of the most beautiful places to visit in Paris. So why not get the best Eiffel Tower view every day by booking one of the best hotels with an Eiffel Tower view. There is nothing more special in Paris than waking up with a perfect view of the Effiel Tower from your hotel room.

Here are five of the best hotels with an Eiffel Tower view from the room. Starting from the top of the list is the most budget-friendly 3-star hotel followed by a few 4-star hotels and finished with a 5-star hotel on the higher end. Regardless of price, they are all amazing hotels with an Eiffel Tower view based on my own personal experience and from fellow travel bloggers.

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3-Star Hotel with an Eiffel Tower View

Les Jardins d’Eiffel

Eiffel Tower view from room of Les Jardins d'Eiffel hotel in Paris.

Les Jardins d’Eiffel is one of the best 3-star hotels with an Eiffel Tower view from your room. With that said, not all of the rooms have an Eiffel Tower view. The rooms with an Eiffel Tower view are only available in the privileged rooms – and what a privilege it is to stay in these luxurious rooms. Furthermore, the hotel has undergone recent renovations and the rooms look even more spectacular! The rooms have a French traditional style with a touch of modern design.

When we stayed at Les Jardins d’Eiffel’s privileged room, every morning and night felt like a fairy tale. During the evening, the Eiffel Tower would sing us a lullaby with its twinkling lights sparkling throughout the night. Then in the morning, there was never a better start to our day in Paris than a beautiful view of the Eiffel Tower from our room.

In addition to an amazing view of the Eiffel Tower from our hotel room, Les Jardins d’Eiffel also has generous and welcoming hospitality. They were always attentive to all our needs, held our luggage before we checked in, provided us with excellent dining options and information to help guide us throughout the city. Furthermore, the location could not have been better. We truly loved the location of Les Jardins d’Eiffel, we were a 15-minute walking distance to the Eiffel Tower, 20-minute walk from Champs Elysees and two blocks from the nearest metro. Les Jardins d’Eiffel is truly a hidden gem of Paris because there are great pastry shops and restaurants that felt more local than touristy, which made our trip feel more authentic.

Just remember, when you book a privileged room, a view of the Eiffel Tower is not always guaranteed. So make sure you contact the hotel and request a room with an Eiffel Tower view and Les Jardins d’Eiffel hotel will do their best to accommodate based upon availability.

Book your hotel room with an Eiffel Tower view at Les Jardins d’Eiffel here.

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4-Star Hotels with an Eiffel Tower View

First Hotel

View of Eiffel tower from the room of First Hotel
photo courtesy of Sarah Duckett

First Hotel is a 4-star design hotel in Paris located in the 15th arrondissement. The rooms at the First Hotel have a modern, black and white interior design that provides all the comfort you need. All of the rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a flat screen tv with satellite channels, free wifi, a safe, ensuite bathroom, an iPod docking station, and a mini bar. The rooms are not huge but this is the case all around Paris. However, the deluxe rooms and suites have a wonderful Eiffel Tower view from the room.

Though Paris is worldrenowned for its delicious bakeries, First Hotel offers a good breakfast for guests. For a romantic morning, you can enjoy breakfast in bed in your hotel room with a view of the Eiffel Tower. You can also enjoy their lounge to relax, drink coffee, or simply read the newspaper.

In addition to being one of the best hotels with an Eiffel Tower view from the rooms, it is also perfectly located in Paris. It is right in front of the Cambronne metro station (literally a 30-second walk) and only a 5-minute walk to La Motte Picquet station which can take visitors almost anywhere in Paris. Ligne 8 will take you to the Opera district and ligne 1 will take you to Concorde and les Champs Elysees. Lastly, it is a lovely 15-20 minute walk from the Eiffel Tower itself.

Myriam from Tranneta’s Travels

Book your hotel room with an Eiffel Tower view at First Hotel here.

Hotel Le Littré

Sunset photo of the Eiffel Tower from the hotel room of Hotel Le Lettre.

If you are looking for a quality hotel with an amazing view of the Eiffel Tower, take a look at Hotel Le Littré. The hotel is situated in the Montparnasse area of town, just a few metro stops from all the major sites in the area and easy access to the Montparnasse train station, which makes it very easy and convenient to enjoy several day trips from Paris.  

The 4-star hotel has five superior rooms on the top 2 floors that have a perfect view over the rooftops of Paris to see the Eiffel Tower. Not only is there a great view, but it also has a patio outside the French doors where you can enjoy a glass of wine and cheese in the evening or a delicious breakfast in the morning. 

We were so thrilled to be welcomed to Paris by the site of the Eiffel Tower outside of our window and to be able to take a look at it whenever we wanted to. We especially enjoyed the view at night as the tower sparked every hour. 

Beyond the amazing view, the hotel serves a hot breakfast with savory and sweet dishes that is included in your stay.  Breakfast with jam or chocolate filled crescents, sausage, eggs, fruits, meats, and cheeses make for a great way to start the day. You can also take advantage of the on-site sauna, laundry service, full bar, and attentive staff. 

Dan from Honeymoon Always

Book your hotel room with an Eiffel Tower view at Hotel Le Littré here.

The Westin Paris – Vendôme

A view of the Eiffel Tower from the hotel, Westin Paris Vendome

 I visit Paris once or twice a year and one of my favorite hotels to stay at is the Westin Paris – Vendôme, located on the corner of Rue de Rivoli and Rue de Castiglione in the first arrondissement. It is exceptionally located across the street from the Tuileries Garden (Jardin des Tuileries) and the Louvre. From many of the hotel rooms, you will have incredible views of the Eiffel Tower, and hotel garden, in addition to the Roue de Paris (Ferris wheel), and l’Assemblee Nationale. On the flip side, the Westin is super close to the ritzy Place Vendôme and a couple of blocks walk to the Opéra District.

The 4-star hotel has a great breakfast buffet, nice bar and even when I am not staying in the hotel, I use their luxurious bathrooms on the first floor – hey, it isn’t always easy to find a restroom in Paris! It’s also a convenient place to grab a taxi. Furthermore, there are lots of meetings and small conferences at the hotel – I’ve seen French dignitaries and people from all over the world in the lounges and lobbies, bonus people watching! Of course one of my favorite things is that it’s super close to Angelina’s so I can pop in for one of their hot chocolates any time I want!

I may love the convenient location and generous breakfast, but in the end,  it is the beautiful sunrises and sunsets that I have witnessed time after time from the windows of the Westin Paris Vendôme that bring me back reapetedly.

Andi from Mis Adventures with Andi

Book your hotel room with an Eiffel Tower view at Westin Paris Vendôme here.

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5-Star Hotel with an Eiffel Tower View

Hotel San Regis

View of Eiffel Tower from the balcony of San Regis Hotel
Photo courtesy of San Regis Hotel

Located on a quiet, charming street off the famed Avenue Montaigne and Triangle d’Or, the Hotel San Regis is a classy and beautiful Parisian style 5-star hotel with an haute couture feel. The Arc De Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Seine River, and the high-end boutiques of the Champs-Elysées are all within easy walking distance. Moreover, many celebrities have stayed here such as Gene Kelly and Lauren Bacall.

The San Regis was originally a private mansion until 1923. French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon did the interiors of the hotel in addition to the Four Seasons Georges V and the Shangri-La, Paris.

Although there is no gym or spa on the property – Hotel San Regis makes up for it with exceptional service. They also have a Clefs d’Or concierge who can help with anything you need.

The colors, fabrics, and furniture combinations in each of the 42 rooms and suites are a little different. All ‘Classique’ (standard double) rooms have modern furnishings, floral patterned Hermès wallpaper, wood panelling, and antique portraits. The decoration becomes more unique and eccentric in higher room grades, including elaborate Versailles-style décor.

Highly recommended is the Deluxe Junior Suite, which boasts an unforgettable view of the Eiffel Tower and Paris from your balcony. You’ll want to spend every second here on the amazing balcony! Furthermore, make sure to get breakfast in the morning on this balcony.

Henry and Zory from This Life Of Travel

Book your hotel room with an Eiffel Tower view at Hotel San Regis here.

So, have you found your perfect hotel with an Eiffel Tower view from the room yet? I hope you have because each one of these hotels is special and will truly make your trip to Paris magical!




  • Vyjay Rao

    This looks a nice place to stay in Paris. The fact that you get a view of the Eiffel tower from here is one of the main attractions for me. The charm of Paris can be explored from here conveniently, I think.

    • OurSweetAdventures

      Yes it was a great location! If you ever go to Paris you should definitely look into staying there.

  • Kristine Gadsby

    I have still never been to Paris, one day.
    We have been all around France just no Paris!! Thanks!

    • oursweetadventures

      Aww that’s okay. France is such a beautiful country. We were in Paris for four days but took three day trips! 🙂

  • Soumya Gayatri

    I have been to Paris so many times. But I have never stayed in a hotel that has an Eiffel Tower view. After reading through your post, I really wish I would have. I am going to bookmark your post for my next trip there.

    • oursweetadventures

      Aww yes, you must stay in one of these hotels on your next trip!

  • Stephanie

    REALLY wish I had come across this sooner! I had such a tough time choosing a hotel for Paris last summer and was looking for this criteria specifically! Something like the San Regis is exactly what I was picturing. Will be checking this out again next time I go which will be soon! Thanks 🙂

    • oursweetadventures

      Aww bummer! At least you know where to go for your next trip! 🙂

  • Tina

    I’m planning for my first time ever to Paris and I have no clue what to look for. All I know is that I want a hotel with view of the Eiffel Tower (not far away). We will be in Paris for 6 days and I need to know where are the places are the MUST visit ones. Thank you.

    • oursweetadventures

      Paris is so lovely and six days in the city is perfect. In fact, it is enough to take day trips to Giverny, Normandy, Versailles, and more. I was the same as you, I wanted a view of the Eiffel Tower for my first time in Paris. If money is no object, then the Westin Paris Vendome might be the best option as it is pretty close to the Eiffel Tower. If you need any further help in the planning process, please let me know – I am a travel agent that creates customizable itineraries.

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