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With the Eiffel Tower at its core, the Invalides area of Paris is guaranteed to impress. Golden towers and Baron Haussmann's urban vision meet military precision, stretching avenues, and luscious lawns. The area boasts the Musée D’Orsay, the tomb of Napoleon, the National Parliament and UNESCO, as well as luxurious, exclusive residences. In fine restaurants and at the weekend markets, families, diplomats, and politicians brush shoulders with the tourists who come to see this postcard-perfect area for themselves.
Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
reviewed yesterday by lucaskaty
Absolutely amazing, loved every minute and would do it again. Tickets weren't to expensive either when bought directly from the main website. Views from the top were stunning 😍. Watch out for the people selling things in the exit as they crowd round you...
This was a really beautiful place, one of the hidden secrets of Paris. I have visited this many times because I lived near-by and an early afternoon when tis is not so crowded is really nice. Otherwise during specific times you meet a lot of people. The quartier is quite silent but take a metro there and then have a...
Stunning courtyard with some great buildings. The main museum is well crafted as you weave your way from 1870 through to the Second world War. There is another for weapons, and another showing the amazing map diaramas made a few hundred years ago. This place is steeped in French military history but never feels sensationalist.
What a fantastic dinner in this tiny restaurant. The food was made with love and every taste was exceptional. Not to forget the kind and friendly service. One of best dinners ever and we are sure to get back when in Paris again!
Wonderful creperie on Rue Amelie. Enjoyed a late breakfast/brunch before heading out to Vanves. Great options for sweet and savoury although the dessert versions seemed most popular. Nice space, friendly efficient service. Away from the hubbub of rue Cler but can be very busy in the tourist season given word of mouth. and limited seating.. Delicious and very enjoyable.
What really is the hidden gem of this hotel is the staff. They were super friendly and helpful. They were always quick with great suggestions and handled a lot of the details for our trip like arranging tours, airport transportation, and went to the local flower market so we had fresh flowers in our room. We stayed in the Prestige...
The Londres Eiffel, an authentically local and well managed boutique hotel, is well worth a stay, especially for those exploring the Left Bank's many outstanding attractions. During our early December visit the Management and staff were extraordinarily courtesy and helpful as we navigated the finer points of this world-class city. Our 2nd floor room was a step up from the...
above expectations and very well organised
good breakfast and excellent dinner
thank you for the nice dessert surprise for my wife's birthday
walking distance to most of the top spots in Paris
We had four nights here in February and can't speak too highly of the hotel and staff. It's in a very quiet but convenient location and our room on the 3rd floor was spacious and extremely clean. The continental breakfast was plentiful with a wide choice of cereals, cold meats, toast and spreads, pastries and scrambled eggs. It is a...
We stayed for a couple of nights at Le Walt and were really impressed. Fantastic location if you want to walk to The Eiffel Tower, and a great base for other sites. Well priced for the location, and a typically authentic french hotel. Service was very good, and staff were always there to help with tips on restaurants/trips etc... Great...