A Paris Airbnb with a View
Va-va-voom! If you’re looking for a knockout view in Paris, nothing beats the Eiffel Tower. It’s rare to find accommodation in the city with a beautiful view – after all, Paris is known for small apartments, elevator-less buildings and high rents – but a handful of airbnbs have it all.
Picture your vacation now… a croissant and espresso from the neighborhood boulangerie to start your day, an afternoon of museum hopping, and a relaxing post dinner glass of wine in your bedroom, looking out on the sparkling Eiffel Tower.
Here are the most magical apartments in Paris with prime views of the Eiffel Tower.
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Best Paris Airbnbs – Summary Comparison Chart
Here are some of the best options for airbnb homes in Paris that have a view of the Eiffel Tower directly from the interior.
Keep reading for more info on each option and why we recommend them.
5 Airbnbs with Incredible Views of the Eiffel Tower
If you were to book a hotel with a direct view of the Eiffel Tower, you’d need a small fortune. Why not try living like a local instead? Here are 10 excellent Paris airbnbs that offer a great view, for a fraction of the cost.
Duplex with Balcony
This incredible 2 floor apartment boasts southern exposure terraces that overlook the Eiffel Tower and Seine. Built in an Art Deco style, the spacious home has space for up to 4 guests, with 2 bathrooms, a well equipped kitchen, living room and dining room.
That Eiffel Tower view? Why, it’s so close you can almost touch it!
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Studio with a View
This bright and beautiful 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment is located in the heart of the 7th, with views of the Eiffel tower. It’s just a 5 minute walk to famous Paris tourist attractions like the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, the Seine and the Sorbonne!
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Top Floor with Eiffel View
“Ideal for a couple or single person, this apartment located on the 9th and last floor has windows overlooking a breathtaking view of Eiffel Tower. The atmosphere of the apartment is quiet, and you can enjoy the private balcony at your convenience.”
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The 7th Arrondissement
France’s capital is carved up into 20 arrondissement, or administrative districts. Think of them as neighborhoods, with each having its own characteristics, styles and proud residents.
The VII arrondissement is called La septième in French and includes some of Paris’ most famous and well known tourist attractions, including:
- Eiffel Tower: needs no explanation!
- Hôtel des Invalides: easily spotted due to its gold dome, this is Napoleon’s resting place
- Musée d’Orsay: museum in an old train station housing famous works of art
- Musée Rodin: a gorgeous home and garden belonging to the French sculptor
- Musée du Quai Branly: art & culture museum showcasing Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas
Read more: A Quick Guide to Paris: Best Sights, Desserts & Activities
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Nothing beats seeing the Eiffel Tower straight from your window!
During the day, you can picnic on the Eiffel tower lawn while at night, you can watch the Iron Lady sparkle. Once the sun goes down, the Eiffel Tower twinkles its lights for a minute or so, every hour on the hour.
Most apartments in this district were constructed in the Haussman era, and have that classic Parisian architecture look and feel.
The area is residential, with upper class families settling here, so it’s a fantastic way to live like a lucky Parisian! If it’s your first visit to Paris or you’re in town with a loved one, there’s no where more romantic or magical to stay.Read more: 17 Hotels in Paris with Epic Views of the Eiffel Tower
Airbnbs in Paris: Know Before You Book
Apartments in Paris, especially in the 7th arondissement, are old and historic.
Space is a premium
Parisian apartments are marketed on a “room” basis, as opposed to the number of “bedrooms” a place has. This is the typical lingo for renting or buying a place. So, double check the Airbnb description. It will often note the number of rooms, usually meaning a living room and a bedroom.
Best for Couples
Make sure you’re looking at the number of beds. The 7th arrondissement is a more upscale neighborhood, and often the homes on airbnb with a view of the Eiffel Tower are best suited for just 2 people.
Parisien buildings often have beautiful inner courtyards and grand staircases, but not many will have elevators or AC. If they do have an elevator, it will often be tiny – just enough to fit one or two people. Try to pack light!
Read more: What to Pack for Paris
Floors are Numbered Differently
Floors in France are numbered differently than in America. The First Floor is always the story above the ground floor, while the ground floor is called the rez de chaussée. To simplify it in your head, think of the floor number as the number of stairs you have to climb!
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