The hotel Beaugrenelle Tour Eiffel welcomes you comfortably

Hotel Beaugrenelle Tour Eiffel - Hotel

BREAKFAST

The breakfast buffet is served in rooms on the basement or in your room.

The buffet includes hot drinks (coffee, tea, milk, chocolate), orange juice, pastries, honey, jam, butter, fruit salad, cereals, yogurts, boiled eggs, cold cuts and cheeses.

SERVICES

  • free Wifi access
  • private bar
  • air conditioning
  • safe
  • two elevators
  • drinks dispenser

Lounges and private bar

The lounges are spacious and welcoming, paved with marble and decorated with soft colors, warm and harmonious.
The hotel Beaugrenelle Eiffel Tower also has a bar reserved exclusively for hotel guests. The bar is open until midnight and servesalcoholic beverages.

Hotel Beaugrenelle Tour Eiffel - Hotel

The 15th arrondissement

The 15th arrondissement was created in 1860 during the annexation by the city of Paris in two different municipalities: Vaugirard and Grenelle especially, new city, having only thirty years of existence, mainly industrial city of 20,000 inhabitants, most newcomers to the Paris region.

The fifteenth arrondissement is rich in history, monuments and museums. Discover the Quai Branly Museum, the Eiffel Tower, the Musée du Vin, the Montparnasse Tower and many others

The hotel is near the Champs Elysees and Montparnasse railway station.

La rue Viala

The street is located between rue Saint Charles, Boulevard de Grenelle and Rue de Lourmel. Its name comes from Joseph Agricola Viala.Born in 1780 in Avignon, enthusiastic ideas of the Revolution, he was part of the small National Guard in his hometown.

In 1793, the royalist rebels are heading to Marseille and Avignon facing the National Guard on the Durance.He died in wanting to cut the cables that held the bridge of boats on the right bank of the Durance. His body, pierced with bayonets, was thrown into the Durance.

The events of 9 Thermidor (fall of Robespierre) - July 27, 1794, marking the end of the Reign of Terror - prevented the urn of this child being transferred to the Pantheon, as agreed by the Convention.