The Eiffel Tower; architectural symbol of Paris
Published on 14 April 2015 in Visit Paris
France's most famous monument, the Eiffel Tower, is without a doubt the most emblematic building in a city bursting with history. After the recent inauguration of the newly renovated 1st floor, the Iron Lady will surely continue to be the world’s most popular paid visitor attraction. The new pavilions and transparent glass floor will surely play a major role in entertaining the millions of visitors the tower draws each year.
A touch of modernity for the renowned Parisian building
Late last year the new first floor of the Eiffel Tower was revealed in all its splendour, with state of the art pavilions blending in perfectly with the original design and a new glass floor allowing visitors to see all the way down to the ground, some 57 metres below. With nearly 7 million visitors each year and over 250 million visits since its inauguration in 1889, the Eiffel Tower symbolises Paris in all her glory, and continues to appeal to people from all over the world. The champagne bar perched atop the Tower adds a distinctly chic touch to the prestige of the monument. Here you will have an opportunity to bring out the romantic in you, as well as satisfy your appetite for stunning views of Paris, with a special moment at the top of this great building. This will surely be the highlight of your stay in the City of Light.
A Parisian stay with plenty to discover
In order to benefit from a privileged and ideal starting point for visiting Paris, why not stay at Les Plumes Hotel? This special place in the heart of the capital is ideally situated for visiting the Eiffel Tower and the city’s fabulous cultural and architectural heritage. There are also great shopping opportunities nearby, with a wide range of upscale boutiques and funky ready to wear shops. All this Parisian chic is honoured by the high quality service at Les Plumes Hotel.
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