Altitude 58

With breathtaking views of Paris from 95 meters above sea level, Le 58 restaurant on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower offers visitors the most breathtaking tables in Paris with a feast for the eyes as they dine. Originally built for the Universal Exhibition of 1889, the wooden pavilion decking the platform on the first floor has been re-envisioned many times since. After a complete renovation in 2008, Le 58 reopened to the public offering incredible views across the city, refined dishes and an intimate atmosphere.


Up the sweeping wood and steel staircase, or the private elevator, the restaurant is striking with the iron-work of the tower serving to remind the visitor of their elevated location. During the day, the atmosphere is a picnic the Paris sky, while in the evening, it is the perfect place for a one to one romantic dinner with the City of Light.

Location Paris, France
Date Completed 2009
Interior Designer Agence Jouin Manku
Client Alain Ducasse Sogeres
Type Hospitality
Status Built

L'Observatoire Intl Team
Principal Hervé Descottes
Project Leader Etienne Gillabert