The Eiffel Lodge

Magazine N°1

Few monuments in the world possess as much evocative power as the Eiffel Tower.

A symbol not just of Paris but of an entire country, it embodies French culture and the capital city’s art of living.

A view of the Eiffel Tower is quite naturally one of the criteria of Paris’s most beautiful apartments in the eyes of customers from all corners of the world.

The Eiffel Lodge offers a unique opportunity to bask at the feet of the dear Old Lady, and what makes the property even more exceptional is that it has been beautifully and impeccably renovated in accordance with the traditional style.

This romantic and contemporary pied-à-terre has a surface area of more than 145m2 and includes a very elegant living room area with a practical hearth, a dining room and a library that could be turned into a second, totally independent bedroom that gives on to a courtyard.

The master bedroom, which is beside a dressing room and a bathroom with both a shower and a bathtub, also offers an endlessly wonderful view of the monument.

Intérieur Eiffel Lodge Paris

The Eiffel Lodge is on an upper floor and has elevator access. It begins casting its spell in the reception area, where a gallery of mirrors charms you into embracing a view that becomes even more breath-taking once night falls. Lastly, the separate, equipped kitchen opens out on to the courtyard, as does the bathroom and a snug space that is currently used as an office.

To see this one-of-kind property is to fall in love with it and that feeling remains even after the door closes behind you.

Visit another amazing place?
Thiou at the Invalides


A few minutes walk from the Eiffel Lodge, it is the same feeling that presides at the table of the best Thai restaurant in the capital Thiou.

Because it is the marriage of a breathtaking view of the Dome des Invalides with the expertise of the Chef who gives this touch “so frenchy” and refined passionate work and Thiou, Thai star baths in the 90s .

After months of searching for a unique, meaningful and easily accessible place, it is Boulevard de la Tour Maubourg, a stone’s throw from Place Vauban and the elegant Avenue de Breteuil, which the Chef lays his suitcases.

She then appealed to Laura Gonzalez, currently considered one of the major names in the decoration of high places of Parisian life with among others, those of Bus Palladium and Alcazar.

In the heart of a room with clear wood panels, one is seduced by a delicate decoration and whose notes of textile colors set the tone for the serene atmosphere that emerges. Special care is given to the outdoor terrace and its layout, a successful transition between Asian inspirations of the kitchen and the art of the French urban garden.


Around his “Weeping Tiger, Le Tigre qui pleure” – the real one, the only one -, while the client sails between oriental flavors and traditional French cuisine (Shrimp fritters and Squid are exceptional) it is at the heart of the attentions of a discreet and elegant service worthy of the most demanding hotel tradition.




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