TOUR MONTPARNASSE Hotel Le Bailli de Suffren

Hotel in Paris

TOUR MONTPARNASSE

This 210 m high skyscraper has been a notable feature of the Parisian landscape since 1973. Visitors enjoy a speedy ride up to the 56th floor in 38 seconds via one of the fastest lifts in Europe!  From here, the large glass windows afford panoramic views. Try out fun quizzes on interactive media terminals and take a break at the 360 Cafe. Few steps higher, is the outdoor terrace observation deck on the roof of the building. This offer a stunning spectacle with a 360° view of Paris and its monuments. In clear weather you can see up to a distance of 40 kilometers.

In sunny days, fans like to mark this moment with a drink in the Bubble Sky Bar, one of the highest bars in Paris, or maybe book a table at the restaurant Ciel de Paris!

Opening hours:  From april 1st to sept 30th: 9:30 am – 11:30 pm  / From  oct 1st to march 31st: sun-thu : 9:30 am – 10:30 pm
Full rate: 15 €
Metro: Line 6/12/4/13: Montparnasse-Bienvenue

TOUR MONTPARNASSE

Address: 33 Avenue du Maine - 75015 - Paris - France Website: www.tourmontparnasse56.com
GPS coordinates: 48.8583698, 2.2944833
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