What we offer

Visiting the Eiffel Tower

SETE welcomes 6 million tourists hailing from all over the world to the Eiffel Tower every year. SETE and its employees organise and provide visits to the Eiffel Tower every day of the year from 9am to 12.45am in summer, and 9.30am to 11.45pm in winter.

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The “Gustave Eiffel" reception room takes advantage of its exceptional location at the heart of the monument that symbolises France around the world, at an altitude of 57 metres, with an unbeatable view over Paris and its most notable sites.

Magnified by its transparent facade (which can be hidden by curtains), a floor to ceiling height of 6.80m, the most modern equipment, its adaptable stage and its contemporary decor, the Gustave Eiffel room is one of the most attractive exhibition areas in Paris.

It can host all types of professional event: seminars, conferences, cocktail parties, dinners, press conferences, product presentations and showcases, to name just a few.

For any question about booking the Gustave Eiffel hall, you can contact our dedicated team by phone at the following number : +

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Try our restaurants for your business dinners.

Jules Verne

The "Jules Verne" on the 2nd floor

An outstanding culinary experience where high French gastronomy meets a designer interior.

Visit the Jules Verne website

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Madame Brasserie on the 1st floor 

The 1st floor brasserie-style restaurant "Madame Brasserie" offers a brand new and innovative settting and dishes created by Chef Thierry Marx .


Filming and image shots at the eiffel Tower

Although the Tower was an attraction from the very beginning, in the 1920s it became an avant-garde symbol of modernity. Little by little, its image came to be associated with Paris, even to the point of becoming a worldwide symbol, a never-ending source of inspiration for a great number of artists and image craftsmen.

From 1897, Louis Lumière and Georges Méliès directed it in "Panorama pendant l’ascension de la Tour Eiffel" and "Images de L’Exposition 1900". Several generations of film directors and advertising executives throughout the entire world followed in their footsteps.

The Eiffel Tower, whose history is closely linked to photography and cinema, lends its decor and unique atmosphere to your image shots and your filming of series, documentary and publicity films

Learn more about using the tower image