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With the Eiffel Tower at its core, the Invalides area of Paris is guaranteed to impress. Golden towers and Baron Haussmann's urban vision meet military precision, stretching avenues, and luscious lawns. The area boasts the Musée D’Orsay, the tomb of Napoleon, the National Parliament and UNESCO, as well as luxurious, exclusive residences. In fine restaurants and at the weekend markets, families, diplomats, and politicians brush shoulders with the tourists who come to see this postcard-perfect area for themselves.
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our 3 hours here browsing through the lovely impressionists works of art. Would love to go back and spend more time here. We ate at the restaurant on the top floor and the food was enjoyable. We went on a Thursday at 5pm and the museum was not crowded at all.
Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"It’s all that’s it’s said to be"
reviewed yesterday by Murali V
Visiting Eiffel Tower is an experience - it’s not just staring at a metal structure. It’s taking in the experience and just hanging out.
We didn’t make it to the top - but the just having a Nutella crepe and staring at the Eiffel Tower was excellent enough for me :)
Visit in late spring. Gardens would be fantastic. Just grass when we went. Outdoor large sculpture were amazing.
The gates of hell are there in the garden. And to see it - really intense! There are words to describe everything that is depicted and how that sculptor Rodin coukd envision and sculpt so many different intense scenes.
This is not a touristy place. No large groups coming in and taking pictures, no real big sites (outside of the waxy Catherine or Labore body). It is a church about Religion and God. It is quiet, reflective, and a nice break from all the other attractions in Paris.
I wasn't really looking forward to this, but the other half really wanted to go. We spent all day here and could easily have spent longer, there is a lot to see and it's really interesting.
The suits of armour collection is stunning and the weaponry is beautifully displayed. The WW1 & WW2 displayed are well put together and there's...
"Very nice, small, quaint place in the Eiffel Tower area"
reviewed 2 days ago by dlickteig
We ate dinner here tonight and found the restaurant to be cute, cozy (very small) and everyone there was so friendly. I brought my 11 year old son and we had the spaghetti with basil tomato sauce and the penne with bolognaise sauce, the charcuterie plate and the mozzarella tomato salad and it was all lovely and simply delicious. For...
Gorgeous little restaurant, just down a side road. Quiet when we went on a Thursday night but made very welcome. The food was absolutely incredible, one of the best meals we've had. Still talking about the Jerusalem artichoke soup with scallops and the apple Tate fine. The staff couldn't have been more helpful and friendly. A gem of a place.
As promised, we returned on our next trip for dinner. Every seat filled by middle-aged French (from the upper middle class residential neighborhood?)
Marinated salmon served elegantly, with unusual accompaniments. Lobster pate, both top notch. Lotte (monkfish) over lentils, quenelle de brochet. Both impeccable.
Modern, clean space lacks warm touches, but food and genuinely caring service more than compensates. A...
Went for dinner after a day long meeting and was rewarded with an exquisite meal. As a starter had lobster ravioli which were good. Main was stuffed cabbage, very generous portion was served. The cabbage was very well presented and tasted superb. Dessert was lemon and rosewood creme brûlée. Will definitely return on my next Paris trip
Visited December 21 for a birthday dinner - Catherine was a charming host who welcomed into her delightful bistro & kitchen. The tomato tart to start was amazing - pastry was so light and delicious. The duck confit main was the best ever! And then there were the desserts - the apple/pear tartin was incredible as was the chocolate concoction...
My friend found this hotel and it was a gem. We stayed in late February and we both couldn't have been happier with the warmth of the owners and the location of the hotel. Yes, the rooms are small . But, very clean and the fantastic service makes up for the size of the room.
My only suggestion (not a...
Very nice small hotel. Located in a nice area. Not far away from the Tour Eiffel. Staff was very nice and service oriented. Room was large for Paris. Breakfast room is a little small but absolutely sufficient. Selection upon breakfast is a little bit limited but good for French hotels. Will come back again.
LOCATION: Great- it was so close of the Eiffel tower, Champ de Mars, Les Invalides, Musée de l'Armée, Rodin museaum
ROOMS: Good.We got the smallest room the Cosy Poets and my Mom,me and 2 suitcases barely fit but great for what we paid
SERVICE: Good- Cedric and Arnaud at the reception were very helpful
CLEANLINESS: Great- very clean
This is an incredibly nice hotel. Perfect location only a block from Musee Orsay. Hotel staff was great at helping us find great restaurants and making reservations for us. Breakfasts were incredible with lots of choices. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!
This is the second time we’ve stayed at this beautiful little property, it’s immaculately clean
And very functional. The staff is very pleasant and always wanting to assist in every way possible. We really can’t say enough good things about the entire experience.
For those travelling to Paris for the first time, this is a great area ( Rue Cler...