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Paris best restaurants with view

Cafe de l'homme

The capital is full of breathtaking views, the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Montmartre…
For lunch or dinner, serving traditional french meals, bitro- food, or bistronimic cuisine, we have selected for you the top best restaurants with views of the French capital.

Café de L’Homme

After being closed for five years for the refurbishment of the Musée de l’Homme in the Palais de Chaillot, the Café de l’Homme has finally reopened its doors and welcomes us again under its spectacular high ceiling and in a new setting and a new atmosphere combining wood and marble, the atmosphere of a beautiful Art Deco brasserie.
The place has one of the most beautiful terraces of Paris with a stunning view of the Eiffel Tower. The menu offers both original and traditional flavors,
In short, a beautiful, chic, & gourmet place to try.

La table du Flow

La table du Flow is a trendy table, housed on a boat on the Seine River. Tables face either the Eiffel Tower, the Grand Palais or the Alexandre II bridge. La Table du Flow is a sophisticated brasserie where you will enjoy a revisited French bistro meals.
In short, in an unusual frame, giving the feeling of floating on the water!

Le Flow

L’oiseau Blanc

Located on the 6th floor of the Peninsula Hotel, L’Oiserau blanc offers a panoramic view of the most beautiful monuments of the city.
Under the glassed roof the restaurant offers a contemporary décor. Guests discover a replica of the famous French biplane preparing to fly over the capital. For lovers of aviation, emotion is at the rendezvous. For others, it’s a new adventure everyone should experience.
Accompanied by the head sommelier, the chef offer a real experience under the sign of excellence.

Ciel de Paris

It takes only 38 seconds to rise to the Ciel de Paris on the 56th floor of the Tour Montparnasse. The highest restaurant in Europe, towering 200 meters above the city offers a stupendous view. From the panoramic room of the restaurant, guests can enjoy gourmet French cuisine the most succulent while watching this fantastic panorama. The chef offers his cult dishes with lobster, foie gras, caviar, truffles and other festivities that vary with the seasons.

Le Georges

A design and artistic restaurant in the famous modern art museum, Pompidou, offering one of the most beautiful views of Paris with its rooftop, and a beautiful terrace.
Enjoy some delicious French cuisine meals, a variety of fish and meat. Or you can just go for a drink.

Le George

Monsieur bleu

Located in the new west wing of the Palais de Tokyo, at the opposite side of the Eiffel Tower, it did not take long for the place to become the place to be. Sophisticated and trendy, Monsieur Bleu offers a tasty and fine menu that varies with the seasons. The classics of French cuisine are revisited by the chef. The place is friendly, festive and intimate.

Les Ombres

In the 7th district, this design restaurant is installed on the roof of the Musée du Quai Branly,
designed by Jean Nouvel.
Elegant and fashionable, Les Ombres is appreciated by Parisians as well as foreigners. The inventive cuisine, inspired by dishes from all over the world is signed Frederic Claudel and Nicolas Bourgeois.
Les Ombres offers a terrace that is quite simply extraordinary!

Jules Verne

Jules VerneIconic Parisian restaurant created in 1983, Le Jules Verne, 1 Michelin started restaurant, offers one of the best views of Paris. Located on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, it offers a French culinary heritage with just tip of modernity.

A wonderful trip, a unique experience.


15 Top Things to do in Paris

Moulin Rouge Cabaret Paris

1 Contact your ULTMATE PARIS GUIDE Concierge and Travel Planner
2 Play a sleepwalker in the Louvre museum

paris guide louvre3 Dress up your finest gown or tails for an elegant evening at the Opera
4 Go behind the scenes of the Eiffel Tower
5 Taste the French finest cuisine
6 Follow a guide who take you through the world of impressionist painters
7 Visit the Centre Pompidou and learn more about Modern and Contemporary Art, with a paint brush in your hand
8 Keep in mind that “Life is a Cabaret”

9 Immerse yourself to the splendor days of the Sun King in Versailles
10 Make good deals in the capital flea markets
11 Linger in a food market to appreciate the flavors of Parisian life
12 Enjoy a candlelight dinner on the heights of Montmartre after a long walk in the artists’ village
13 Follow the footprints of Doisneau or Willy Ronis, and recreate their most famous snapshots
14 Enjoy a famous Berthillon ice cream while strolling from the Ile Saint-Louis to Notre-Dame
15 Admire best views of Paris and clink glasses at the Buttes Chaumont park

Our travel advisors will be happy to organise for you, best Paris tours and sightseeing… to enjoy top things to do in Paris.

Best Paris views

Eiffel Tower

Best paris views Ultimate paris guide At the top level of the Eiffel Tower, you can enjoy one of the best views over Paris, stretching for 70 km, as far as the outskirts of the French capital, Charles de Gaulle airport and the countryside beyond its suburbs. If you appreciate to admire Paris itself, you shall go down to the second platform, you will be able to see the city’s most famous monuments details and everything will look closer. Advice of the concierge: you should discover Le Jules Verne restaurant, a Michelin Star restaurant located at the second level of the Eiffel Tower.


best views of paris sacré coeur montmartreThe skyline view of Paris from the top of the Montmartre Hill is one of the most reputed of the city. Fewer people know that it is possible to enjoy an awesome view by climbing to the dome of the Sacré-Cœur Basilica. The vista from the external gallery is breathtaking and extends on over 30 km on a clear day.

Tour Montparnasse

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This is one of our favorite places! The 56th floor of Tour Montparnasse is perfectly located to discover everything about Paris: the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Montmartre and the Luxembourg Garden appear under new perspectives. Our concierge will recommand you the “Ciel de Paris” restaurant to enjoy a French Gastronomic dinner. Indeed, from its 210 meters, the view over Paris and beyond – up to 40 km on a clear day – is exceptional.


Arc de Triomphe

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The panoramic view from the terrace of Arc de Triomphe displays the twelve avenues departing from the Place de l’Étoile. The viewing platform also offers a fine view over the whole Historical Axis, from the Louvre to the Grande Arche in the CBD of La Défense. The best time of the day to appreciate the fine view is at dusk on a sunny day when most of Paris will then be illuminated with the setting sun light.
Visitors can either use the lift or climb the 284 steps to reach the panoramic platform.

Parc de Belleville

While crowds flood into Montmartre’s notorious Place des Ternes for views of Paris, make your way to the beautiful Parc de Belleville—Paris’s highest park—where you’ll find space to breath in lush gardens and one of the city’s last remaining vineyards. In the heart of the park, the welcoming Maison de l’Air offers visitors an original vision of Paris, with exhibits on an essential element – the air. You will learn about how plants, insects, and birds use it, and how air transmits sound for instance.

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To enjoy a bespoke and private tour of the best views of Paris, contact your local parisian guide.

Paris 5 most beautiful Gardens


Our Travel Concierges would like to share with you our 5 most beautiful Parisian parks and gardens 🙂

1. Le jardin des Tuileries de Paris


The Jardin des Tuileries, is in the center of Paris between the Louvre museum and the Place de la Concorde. It is the oldest garden in Paris. It is composed of a large area of gardens and parkland. Very popular with locals and visitors, it is also an ideal place to relax after visiting museums and monuments nearby gardens. Its name comes from the area where it is located, in which formerly manufactured … tiles. Among the many statues to see in the Jardin des Tuileries, the most famous are the equestrian statues that are at the entrance of the park, near the Place de la Concorde. They were carved by Antoine Coysevox in 1719. Nevertheless, this is because copies of the original are kept in the Louvre Museum to protect. At the opposite side you can found a arche called Arc de Triomphe cu Carousel in commemoration of the Napoleonic victories in 1805. In this garden you can also visit two museums the Musée de l’Orangerie and the Jeu de Paume Museum.
Le jardin des Tuileries de Paris – 113 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

2. Le jardin des Plantes

jardins-des-plantes-ultimate-paris-guideThe Jardin des Plantes depending on the National Museum of Natural History, is located between the “Grande Mosquee” and Jussieu Campus.This beautiful garden contains several flowerbeds, which changes regularly during the flowering season. In this garden you can also find the Botanical garden also includes greenhouses. One contains a winter garden with an area of 750 m². There you can also find desert plants (cactus, avocado, coffee …) and exotic plants. The Jardin des plantes also has its own garden zoo called the “Ménagerie” open since 1793, making it one of the oldest zoos in the world.
Le jardin des Plantes – 57 Rue Cuvier, 75005 Paris – 01 40 79 56 01

3. Le parc des Buttes Chaumont

parc-buttes-chaumont-ultimate-paris-guideThe Buttes-Chaumont Park inaugurated in the middle of the 19th century, is in the north-east of Paris is considered one of the largest parks in Paris is also one of the most beautiful. Discover it during a nice walk for kids and adults and let you seduce by the amazing views of Paris. This walk will delight walkers who can combine good exercise, because of its high altitude, and landscape beauty. Its jewel ? a large lake nestle in the middle of the park. Close to the lake, you can discover a small island, the home of the Temple of the Sibyl dating from 1869. It can be accessed through the “hanging bridge” made of oak, which must not mixe with the stone bridge called the “suicide bridge”… If you have not brought your little basket for a picnic you can eat in one of three restaurants in the Parc.
Le parc des Buttes Chaumont – rue Botzaris, 75019 Paris – 01 48 03 83 10

4. The Luxembourg Gardens

Located on the left bank of Paris between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter aeas, the Luxembourg Gardens covering an area of 25 hectares is divided in part to the French and one in English. The first one is composed of many statues, mostly dating from the time of 18th century. They represent figures of Greek mythology, animals, famous people such as Beethoven, Baudelaire etc .., and around the central patio, the queens of France. The southwestern part of the garden along the street Guynemer is plotted the English garden. Activities and facilities for children are numerous: puppets, rides, slides… Adults, Parisians and tourists playing chess, tennis, bridge or remote-controlled boat. The cultural program is marked by free exhibitions of photographs on the gates of the garden and concerts in the bandstand.
The Luxembourg Gardens – 75006 Paris – 01 42 34 20 00jardin-du-luxembourg-ultimate-paris-guide

5. Les jardins Albert Kahn

The museum and the garden Albert Kahn opened 30years ago in Boulogne, at the western side of Paris with Abert Kahn’s funds and collections. He devoted his all life and fortune to promote understanding between collectivity, the cultural openness and the global peace.
It‘s a true gem of landscape, which contains no less than 10 different gardens, coexisting in perfect harmony: English garden, Vosges forest, French garden, rose garden … The Japanese Garden consists of two areas: the Japanese village, and contemporary Japanese garden.
Albert-Kahn, musée et jardins – 10-14, rue du Port – 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt – 01 55 19 28 00


Where to go out in Paris in August


Every summer you embark on a quest to find the best spots in Paris to sip a drink with your partner or your friends, with a sunny terrace/ a breathtaking view over Paris or a lush garden worthy of the countryside. Hopefully we are here to whisper this favourite places to you!

We invites you to climb up on the Montmartre hill, and recover from the climb at LE TRES PARTICULIER. Ring at the black doorway to get into this florishing haven of peace… Then all you have to do is to sip your cocktail in the garden of the Hôtel Particulier, a 19th-century bourgeois-style mansion. No need to get out of Paris to feel in the countryside and enjoy the calm atmosphere of beautiful gardens 🙂

Photo : WHERE TO GO OUT IN PARIS IN AUGUST? The air is getting colder, but it is still summer and you just want to take advantage of it! This week your concierge proposes you to take your place on the rooftop of '#Le7th', in Montmartre. This panoramic cocktail bar also offers loads of finger food and tapas, to accompagny in your reverie and see the Eiffel Tower sparkle. Contact your ULTIMATE PARIS GUIDE concierge to know the opening days and hours  // OÙ SORTIR À PARIS EN AOÛT ? L'air se rafraîchit, mais c'est toujours l'été et il est hors de question d'en perdre une miette! Cette semaine votre concierge vous propose d'aller vous installer sur le rooftop du #7th , à Montmartre. Ce bar à cocktails panoramique propose également une ribambelle de finger food et autres tapas, pour accompagner votre rêverie sur les toits de Paris et voir la Tour Eiffel scintiller. Contactez votre concierge ULTIMATE PARIS GUIDE pour connaître les jours et horaires d'ouverture 





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