Which is the best Marriott Bonvoy hotel in Paris for views? We have already reviewed the best Marriott Bonvoy hotel in Paris overall. We have also explored the hotel with the best club lounges in Paris and the best luxury hotels with pools in Paris, now we look specifically at the best views, ideally of the Eiffel Tower.
The Marriott Bonvoy portfolio includes The Luxury Collection, St. Regis, Westin, W Hotels, EDITION, Sheraton, and the Four Points by Sheraton as well as Marriotts, JW Marriotts, Courtyard by Marriott, and more. Executive lounge access is a perk afforded to top-level Platinum Elite members.
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1. Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe Hotel
The modern, five-star Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe Hotel is an excellent Marriott Bonvoy hotel located within walking distance of most tourist places, but away from the busy street.
Stay here, and you will find yourself steps from the Champs Elysees, close to the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Tuileries Gardens, Montmartre, and other landmarks. There are some good restaurants and Monoprix just moments away, and the staff here are excellent.
Modern yet comfortable rooms and suites offer views of the city and landmarks, and deluxe amenities. There’s also a restaurant and a 24-hour fitness center. The advantages of the modern nature of this hotel include big elevators, good climate control, and well-designed bathrooms, but the building is fairly ugly from the outside, certainly not historic!
Sky View Terrace room has views of the Eiffel Tower with a beautiful big balcony. While this is not a “prime” view as you can only see the upper part of the tower above the buildings in front, it is still worth paying the extra for. The view is also great in the other directions, up to Montmartre and across the city.
Elite treatment at this Marriott Bonvoy hotel is also decent. Guests are also given the option of both 1000 points or a €10 EUR food and beverage credit plus free breakfast or 750 points per day. Breakfast is not the best in Paris but has a good hot buffet and a decent bakery selection. Titanium members also get a coupon for two drinks (wine or beer) for being this level of member.
2. Dokhan’s, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel
Dokhan’s, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel is one of the best Marriott boutique hotels in Paris if you want a real taste of the City of Light.
This beautiful but tiny hotel is utterly charming with wonderful staff. With just 45 rooms, the hotel is located in what used to be a mansion sandwiched on a road between the Arc de Triomphe and the Trocadero. Crucially, it is a short stroll from many significant sights, and the nearest Metro station is easy to get to and from. There are also plenty of local restaurants nearby to grab a bite to eat.
Small but almost perfect rooms and suites emulate chic Parisian apartments, with home-like amenities including complimentary Wi-Fi, pillowtop beds, complimentary smartphone usage, and premium Carita toiletries.
Have a seat in a velvet armchair and sip a drink at Bar Le Dokhan’s, Paris’ first cocktail bar. This Marriott branded hotel does not have a club lounge but offers delightful Parisian charm and history. The restaurant serves a tremendous Parisian continental breakfast in the mornings and then transforms into a champagne bar in the evenings.
Pick a suite on the upper floors and wake up to a wonderful Eiffel Tower view. Stay here, and you will know that you are in Paris. There’s no mistaking the feel of this hotel, and that’s what makes it so unique.
3. Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris
Yes, I know, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris is not part of Marriott Bonvoy, but I feel this hotel is worth mentioning as their Eiffel Tower Suite is out of this world.
Wherever you are in the world, Four Seasons hotels are consistently one of the best hotels in that city or resort. There isn’t a Four Seasons loyalty program, so you will never be able to book a free stay by racking up and redeeming points, or by collecting points on your credit card and spending them at a Four Seasons hotel. It can’t be done. But you can get discounts at Four Seasons hotels and benefit from special rewards at Four Seasons hotels for no extra cost by booking your next stay via our luxury travel concierge.
One of the best suites in all of Paris with a view is the Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris “Eiffel Tower Suite”. While it doesn’t offer the closest view of the Eiffel Tower, it is undoubtedly a great view that can be enjoyed from its charming wrought-iron terrace.
French interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon comments, “Flooded with natural light, the suites are the perfect place to relax. Ancient and contemporary works of art create a timeless design scheme that harmoniously blends with the Hotel’s elegant décor.”
Spread over 140 square meters (1,500 square feet), each suite has a connecting room, making both the perfect choice for families.
Upon entering the Eiffel Tower Suite, you will be captivated by the exceptional views of the Eiffel Tower, the dome of Les Invalides, and the stunning city skyline beyond. A charming wrought-iron terrace offers exceptional views of Paris’s most iconic monuments. The suite’s sun-flooded bow window is the perfect spot to unwind and soak up the city’s famous sights.
Bright and spacious, the suite’s contemporary décor creates a feeling of gentle elegance and luxury. Meticulously selected materials, textured carpets, and fabrics in soft cream and ivory-colored tones create a serene and harmonious atmosphere.
The suite is finished with Italian Carrara marble and magnificent original works of art, including a brass engraving by Valérie Boy, adorn the walls of the bathroom alongside antique mirrors and historical engravings of the Hotel. A magnificent suite with a magnificent view n’est pas!
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