Designer Benoit Leleu transformed a conference room on the first level of the Eiffel Tower into a luxury flat in under 48 hours, according to HomeAway. There's also a football theme incorporated in the design, including a football table in the living area. Photo - HomeAway / Business Insider
The apartment's football theme continues throughout, with a wide-screen TV to watch matches near displays of football shirts and trophies. Screenings of the match will be held here throughout the Euro 2016 tournament. Photo - HomeAway / Business Insider
Guests can enjoy phenomenal city views over lunch or dinner, while there's a small kitchenette to make the space feel more like a home, a representative from HomeAway said. Photo - HomeAway / Business Insider
Standing closer to the window, guests will be able to see visitors as they climb up the tower. The apartment, accessible from the south elevator, is also open for tours to 500 visitors to the landmark per day. HomeAway will be using the flat as a venue for a yoga session and kid's day, among other events, too. Photo - HomeAway / Business Insider
To bring the sky-high abode down to earth, Leleu added an "urban greenhouse" dotted with plants. Photo - HomeAway / Business Insider
Guests can sleep in one of two bedrooms. Though this bedroom looks simple... Photo - HomeAway / Business Insider
... waking up to this magnificent view more than makes up for the room's basic style. Photo - HomeAway / Business Insider
Source: Facebook page of HomeAwayAt 187 feet high, the 2,000-square-foot flat has two bedrooms, an "urban greenhouse," and jaw-dropping views of Paris, according to a press release from HomeAway. The report also said the accommodation site chose four winners from all over the world after 150,000 entries were submitted. The winning guests will stay in the apartment on four nights: June 23, June 28, July 4, and July 8.