Looking for a hotel near the Eiffel Tower?
Timhotel has two hotels near the Iron Lady: Timhotel Invalides Eiffel in the heart of the 7th arrondissement of Paris and Timhotel Tour Eiffel located in the 15th arrondissement. These are areas rich in culture and entertainment.
Timhotel Invalides Eiffel : between the Eiffel Tower and the Invalides.
Discover our 4-star hotel just a stone's throw from the quays of the Seine in a quiet and safe area.
This charming hotel has 30 comfortable rooms, typically Parisian, furnished in the Louis XVI style, as well as a bar with a patio to relax on sunny days.
The Hôtel des Invalides: created to house the crippled soldiers of the Thirty Years' War. The Invalides, with its dome covered with 12.6 kg of fine gold, is the military pantheon of France. Although it still houses a military hospital, it is now known as the home of the Musée de l'Armée. Created in 1905, it is the result of the merger of the Artillery Museum and the Historical Museum of the Army. On sunny days, the Grande Esplanade des Invalides is very popular with Parisians and tourists looking for large green spaces to picnic, play cards or chat until nightfall.
Timhotel Tour Eiffel, in the heart of a very Parisian district
Our hotel in the 15th arrondissement of Paris is located 500 metres from the Eiffel Tower and close to the Quays of the Seine. Ideally located in a quiet street close to shops and restaurants, the hotel has 39 rooms, some with a view of the tower. A pleasant summer patio welcomes you on sunny days, ideal for breakfast.
The hotel offers a complete range of services and restaurants at any time in a safe and lively area. The hotel is located 5 minutes from the Dupleix metro station, which is just a few minutes away from places such as the Arc de Triomphe or the Montparnasse district with its famous Tower.
The Eiffel Tower: THE symbol of Paris. Famous iron tower of 324 meters high erected by Gustave Eiffel for the universal exhibition of 1889. A must-see place to visit. Climb to the top and enjoy a breathtaking view of the entire capital. And for food lovers, go to the 2nd floor, where the starred restaurant Le Jules Verne awaits you.
The Eiffel Tower / Invalides district, the meeting place for culture lovers:
Cultural visits for all:
- The Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac: along the banks of the Seine, this museum presents works (photographs, documents, textiles or musical instruments) from Africa, Oceania and the Americas.
- The Musée d'Orsay, classified as a historical monument, has the largest collections of Impressionist works in the world, as well as collections presenting 19th century Western art.
- The Rodin Museum, this magnificent place receives more than 700,000 visitors per year. It features sculptures, drawings, old photographs and art objects.
- Galerie Nationale Grand Palais: a gigantic stone and glass building hosting temporary exhibitions and one-off events. Located between the Champs-Elysées and the Place de la Concorde, it receives more than 2 million visitors per year.
- The House of Japanese Culture: the MCJP presents Japanese culture, both traditional and contemporary, to a wide audience: exhibitions, live shows, cinema, conferences, library.
- The Palais de Tokyo: building inaugurated in 1937 and dedicated to modern contemporary art. There are exhibitions, events and workshops. A lively place for today's artists, 10 minutes walk from the Trocadero gardens.
- Musée Art Moderne Paris (or MAM): located in the east wing of the Palais de Tokyo, this museum devoted to contemporary creation has over 13,000 works. Its collections cover the major artistic movements from the 20th century to the present day.
Green spaces for walking or resting:
- The Champs-de-Mars: a stroll through more than 24 hectares of green space facing the Eiffel Tower. One of the largest green spaces in the capital, ideal for a break or a picnic with friends facing the Eiffel Tower. When evening comes, the Tower lights up and sparkles for the pleasure of all. The alleys of the Champs de Mars are also the meeting place of many Parisian joggers.
- The Trocadero and its esplanade: its opposite side of the Eiffel Tower makes it one of the most sought-after places for tourists to immortalise the Iron Lady in photos. The Trocadero gardens are home to the Paris Aquarium and provide access to the Iéna Bridge to reach the left bank.
- The Quays of the Seine: designed for pedestrians, they allow you to cross the whole of Paris, passing in front of the most beautiful monuments of the capital. All along your walk, moored barges welcome you for a drink, a meal and even dancing in the evening.
- Fly boats: the way to discover Paris by the Seine. During the crossing, admire the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame de Paris, the Conciergerie, the Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay, ...
- The Bir-Hakeim Bridge: located between the 15th and 16th arrondissements, this 237-metre long arched bridge offers a magnificent view of the Eiffel Tower. The Ile aux Cygnes (Swan Island) leads to the Grenelle-Cadets de Saumur bridge, where the replica of the Statue of Liberty stands at almost 12 metres high.
What to do around the Invalides / Eiffel district?
- The Madeleine district: with its 19th century parish church, designed by Napoleon I for the glory of his great army in the early 1800s.
- The Palais Garnier (or Opéra Garnier): a major element of Parisian heritage, located in the 9th arrondissement. This national theatre can be visited throughout the year and offers numerous ballets, concerts and recitals.
- La Concorde: the largest square in Paris, at the foot of the Avenue des Champs-Elysées. You can't miss its Obelisk, a monument erected as a sign of peace between Egypt and France. Take the opportunity to climb aboard the Ferris Wheel, which offers a breathtaking view of the capital.
- The Jardin des Tuileries: more than 25 hectares to walk around in the centre of Paris. Every year it hosts the Christmas market and the Tuileries fair (July-August). At its western end you will find the Jeu de Paume and the Musée de l'Orangerie.
Feel like shopping?
- Avenue des Champs-Elysées: 2 km long, this famous avenue is the place to be for shopaholics. Luxury and Haute Couture boutiques rub shoulders with more affordable ready-to-wear stores. The avenue links the Arc de Triomphe to the Place de la Concorde. Every year the 14th of July parade treads its cobblestones.
- Avenue Montaigne: the Mecca of Parisian fashion. This street in the 8th arrondissement connects the Place de l'Alma to the Champs-Élysées roundabout.
- Beaugrenelle: with more than 45,000 m² for 110 retailers, this shopping centre is a symbol of the 15th arrondissement.
On a business trip?
- Our 4**** hotel in Paris is strategically located around the National Assembly, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Interior.
- Our hotel near the Eiffel Tower is located 8 minutes' walk from Espace CAP 15: a 1200 m² event space.
- Our 2 hotels in the Invalides - Eiffel district offer a wide range of services to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
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