This contemporary serviced apartment hotel is surrounded by bustling markets, classic Parisian cafes and restaurants, and is just a short walk from the Seine River and Eiffel Tower. Classic or contemporary styling and a fully equipped kitchen is found in the air-conditioned studios and the one bedroom apartments also feature spacious living areas and the choice of garden or city views. Guests can enjoy preparing meals in their room or start the day with the convenience of a delicious buffet in the hotel’s breakfast room.
Why we recommend the Citadines Tour Eiffel
- Modern, serviced apartments
- Spacious accommodation with full kitchen
- Near the River Seine and Eiffel Tower
- Choice of garden or city views
- Breakfast room serving a daily buffet
Attractions near the Citadines Tour Eiffel
The iconic Eiffel Tower
No trip to Paris would be complete without a visit to the city’s most famous landmark: the Eiffel Tower. Located only 15 minutes’ walk from the hotel, this iconic 324-metre-high masterpiece has become the symbol of Paris and is the perfect place to see the city from above.
You’re in for a treat whether you choose day or night to visit. Daytime offers views for miles, while after dark, visitors get to see the City of Lights spread out in all its shimmering glory. Regardless of what time you climb the Tower, make sure you walk past it at night to see its best feature – on the hour every hour it enchants locals and tourists alike with a show of 20,000 twinkling lights.
The beauty of Rodin
Less than five minutes’ drive from the hotel is the Rodin Museum, which is home to some of Rodin’s most famous works including The Thinker. The Hotel Biron is the beautiful backdrop to the Museum. The grounds are perfectly kept, with manicured lawns and beautiful rose gardens, as well as a central fountain featuring sculptures dotted around.
The Museum may be small in comparison to the more popular Louvre and Orsay, but its relaxed and tranquil vibe gives visitors a more authentic Parisian experience, along with the chance to view some of the world’s most impressive works away from crowds.