Located on the Left bank, the Eiffel Tower neighborhood boards the 7th and 15th districts of Paris. Well known as a wealthy area with 5 stars and 4 stars luxury hotels, apartments, and palaces, the neighborhood is also known for being the habitat of foreign embassies and international residents in Paris. Streets are quiet and distinguished with the many fine-dining restaurants and pedestrian streets and markets proposing a fine selection of local cheeses, meats, flowers, and fresh produce.
Quai Branly Museum
Rue Cler - Pedestrian street
Quai Branly Museum
With the prestigious area of Passy located in the 16th district, the neighborhood is full of attractions and touristic sites. While the Eiffel Tower is the neighborhood’s highlight, the area is also home to some wonderful museums, making it perfect for culture fans. The area has the Musée du Quai Branly, displaying an overview of indigenous and folk art from around the world, or The Musée Yves Saint Laurent holding retrospectives of YSL’s designs, early sketches, and finished pieces with sometimes temporary exhibitions on Haute couture.
The Eiffel Tower neighborhood also has the Musée d’Art Moderne, a museum displaying works of about every major artistic movement of the 20th and 21st centuries. Furthermore, you can visit the Aquarium de Paris, with 45 pools of fishes and colonies of corals from all over the world, it is the perfect place for indoor entertainment in Paris for all ages. Many more museums can be found in the Eiffel Tower neighborhood such as the Musée de l’Homme retracing the evolution of humankind, the Musée du Vin, introducing the fine art of viticulture or the Musée Guimet des Arts Asiatique, an exhibit of the most complete collections of Asian art in the world.
Restaurants, Bakeries & Bars
Besides the many restaurant options of Les Invalides and the market street of Rue Cler in the 7th district, the Eiffel Tower neighborhood offers a wide choice of places to eat in Paris. Le petit retro’s bistro opened in the early 1900 offers classic French dishes made of seasonal ingredients. For a finer restaurant, Café de l’Homme offers inside and outside seating. The sophisticated restaurant is a popular spot among influencers and celebrities that would like to enjoy a meal in an ''Instagramable'' decor, sat facing the Eiffel Tower.
For sweeter tastes, indulge yourself at Malitourne’s little pâtisserie with delicious baguettes, French pastries, and chocolate. Concerning bars and terraces, most are located around the Musée des arts Moderne, the lively bars and cafés of St Germain des Pres are a short ride away.
Concerning supermarkets, there is a Carrefour City, at short walking distance from the La Motte-Picquet Grenelle metro station. You can also go to Picard at Rue de Grenelle for fresh frozen food, or Marks and Spencer on Avenue Franklin Roosevelt, or Monoprix on Rue de Passy if you would like a bigger supermarket.
The closest metro stations to our luxury apartments located in the Eiffel Tower neighborhood are Franklin D. Roosevelt and La Motte Piquet Grenelle metro stations.