There are places where you immediately feel like a princess. That’s exactly what happened, about ten days ago when I arrived at the Hôtel Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel to stay one night at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
I was eager to discover the room and the view and I must say that I was not disappointed. The standard of the room was perfect. Neither too small nor too big with the decoration as I like, contemporary and unadorned, with the spacious bathroom and a beautiful walk-in shower. The icing on the cake? Opening the door window of my Deluxe room and access the balcony to have “The View” on the Eiffel Tower. By following my stories on Instagram, you could discover the view with me from day and night. We are really in the front row to admire our beautiful Iron Lady. It is magic!
I would recommend this option for a romantic night or even a honeymoon.
For Saturday afternoon, the Pullman had booked my entry for Paris Photo that took place this weekend in Paris, at the Grand Palais. And even under the sizzle, the perfect location of my new residence was a great excuse to walk to the Grand Palais. Exit the hotel, I crossed the Champs de Mars, saying hello to the Eiffel Tower before heading to the Museum of Quai Branly, to then pass in front of the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity with its pretty golden dome, cross the Seine, walk along the quays and arrive quietly at the Grand Palais before dark.
Me, who regularly go to Paris Photo, I can say that I loved this 2017 edition. And if like me you like photography, Paris Photo was the visit not to miss. Iconic photographers such as Guy Bourdin and Joel Meyerowitz, as well as talented young photographers like Miyako Yoshinaga, were on display. Between simplicity, requirement (technique) and creativity, I took eyeful !
The exhibition ended, I walked the Avenue Montaigne, and after having dinner there, I walked along the banks of the Seine with the view right in front of the Eiffel Tower glittering. Crossing the Debilly footbridge with the reflection of flickering on the water, has something wonderful. This is the best way to get back to the Pullman Eiffel Tower Hotel after dark. I took full eyes, all along the way 🙂 Back in the room, a last cuckoo at the Eiffel Tower from my balcony before I slip under the sheets and enjoy having the cable to watch the American and British TV shows. Happiness!
The next morning, the breakfast is waiting me. And there, surprise! In addition to the normal continental breakfast, we are entitled to Dammann Frères teas, Alain Millat’s fruit juices (a must, we agree ^^) and a chef ready to prepare succulents. omelets or French toast.
What a pretty way to finish this stay at theHôtel Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel 🙂
**Article realise in collaboration with Pullman**