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Hotel in Eiffel Tower area

We will be in Paris for a night before flying home and would like to stay near the Eiffel Tower. We have been to Paris before and will also be spending four night on the front end of this trip. We are looking for a hotel, double, 1 bed, for around 150E. We do not need breakfast as we will be leaving early for CGD. Thank you for any recommendations.

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Try hotel kensington nr eiffel tower. No ac there but an elevator ir is basic but price is right.

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Hi Renee, try the Hotel Londres Eiffel or the Hotel Empereur. Both are located in the 7th within walking distance to the ET. We've stayed at these hotels several times. Friendly front desk, nice rooms. Enjoy your trip!

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I stayed at the Hotel Eiffel Segur last August and really enjoyed it. The room size was okay, typical for Paris but with a good layout and newly renovated as was the bathroom. The hotel had a/c and an elevator. We came straight from CDG with a metro station very close. Lots of restaurants, etc nearby and a quick walk to the Eiffel Tower. For August, the rate was less than 100 euro.

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Hôtel Duquesne Eiffel is about a five minute walk from the Tower. Rates are in your budget if you get the advance saver package.

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We have stayed at the Hotel Grand Leveque on Rue Cler. The location was great, especially if you want to be by the Eiffel Tower. If you are interested in the Eiffel Tower, I highly recommend the book "Eiffel's Tower" by Jill Jonnes. It is a great book and you will appreciate your visit to the Eiffel Tower a lot more if you read it before you go.

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I booked the Best Western Hotel Eiffel Cambronne for April. It seems to have lots of good reviews. About 100 euro a night. We stayed in the area last time at an airbnb, and it was 10-15 min walk to the Tower, and right off a metro stop (Cambronne). The BW is a few minutes further down the street, but still prob only 15 min.

Lots of restaurants in the area, relatively quiet.

It's a bit cheaper if you pay ahead instead of paying at the hotel, but I'm hoping we can stay at the airbnb again. She's not sure what her situation is going to be in April, so the BW is my back up as I can cancel up to a few days before.