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    Eiffel Tower
    – Balneo bath

    From the marl-grey carpet and headboard of silvered wood struts, to the midnight blue of the bathroom, every detail has been chosen to suggest the fin-de-siècle elegance of Eiffel’s Iron Lady. You’ll appreciate the harmonious lines – as well as the spectacular illusion of being high above the city. Discover the Eiffel Tower rooms in a boutique hotel in Paris  !

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    SERVICE AND AMENITIES – Tour Eiffel (Bath)

    ✓ Room of 19m ²

    ✓ Bedroom with bathtub jacuzzi
    ✓ Chromotherapy – Hydromassage – Rain shower

    ✓ Marble sink

    ✓ Anti-mist mirror

    ✓ Webert tap fittings

    ✓ Bathrobes

    ✓ Slippers

    ✓ Ionic hairdryer

    ✓ Check-in from 3.00 pm

    ✓ Check-out until 12.00 pm

    TECHNOLOGY

    Lighting scenarios
    Adapt your room lighting to suit your mood at the flick of a switch

    40″ flat screen LED technology TV
    The flattest screens in the world

    Over 50 French and international channels
    including Cinema, Premium Sport, Adult viewing

    Free broadband internet access

    Direct dial telephone and fax

    COMFORT

    Minibar : juice and water offered upon arrival

    Complementary toiletry products from Maison Azzaro

    Safe : capacity for 17″ laptop with built-in facility for recharging

    Hot/cold air conditioning

    Soundproofed rooms

    About the Eiffel Tower

    Strange to think that this fabulous folly was meant to be dismantled after only twenty years. More than a century after its construction, the grand old lady is still as proud and fascinating as ever.

    Yet the Eiffel Tower was mocked and derided when it was originally built for the Universal Exhibition of 1889. Charles Garnier, the architect of the Opera, writers such as Maupassant and Zola and most of the artists of the day all joined in the outcry. They signed a petition against what they called "the tragic lamp-post", "the hollow candlestick".

    Construction began in January 1887 and inauguration took place on 31 March 1889, when the engineer Gustave Eiffel climbed the 1710 steps to the top. The Eiffel Tower brought "the world's most beautiful city" into the modern era. Standing 324 metres high, antenna included, it still dominates Paris and attacts more paying visitors than any other monument in the world.

    It gets a beauty treatment every seven years, when it's cleaned from top to toe and re-painted in "Eiffel Tower brown". In 2003, it took on added glamour, shimmering between nightfall and 2 am for the first 10 minutes of each hour.

    Discover the Eiffel Tower while staying at Secret de Paris - Hotel & Spa !