The Best Places to Stay with a View of the Eiffel Tower

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Nothing makes Paris tours a better experience than getting to see the Eiffel Tower right after you wake up. There are not too many stays, which afford this luxury, but the city does have a few rentals where the iconic view welcomes you into a new day.

You could have breakfast in bed or stand on the balcony, and you would be treated with a sight of what every tourist wants to glimpse at least once when they are in the City of Lights.

Chambertin

Chambertin is a short distance from the Champ de Mars gardens, and has been in the vogue since a blogger shared a picture of herself holding wine while in the bathtub staring out the windows at the ‘Iron Lady’. It is a one-bedroom apartment, which can sleep three persons, and the view can be enjoyed from the kitchen, bedroom and lounge. There is even a neat little balcony to step out onto.

Merlot

You get to enjoy the best views of the Eiffel Tower from the balcony on the fifth floor. Situated on the Left Bank in the 7th arrondissement and opposite the Champ de Mars park, this stay can contain small gatherings, and has two bedrooms sleeping up to six persons. There is also a convertible sofa in the living room. The dining and living areas are spacious. Nearby, there are three large markets, which you can visit to stock up on supplies for dinner.

Cognac

This place has a terrace on the sixth floor, which affords marvelous gazes over the buildings in Paris. The terrace is set with seats and side tables, which you can get to by passing the French doors in the living room. The flat sleeps 8 people, which is perfect if you are on a group getaway. The panoramas of the Eiffel Tower can also be enjoyed form the den and lounge, and you get to take in Sacré Coeur, Rodin Museum, and the Invalides as well. Cognac is located just two blocks from the park under the Eiffel Tower.

Bergerac

So close you will feel you can even touch the lights of the Eiffel Tower, the balconies of Bergerac overlook the Champs de Mars park. You can sneak a peak of the ‘Iron Lady’ from the dining and living areas, as well as the master bedroom. The three bedrooms sleep seven people, and there is also a sofa bed.