This sunny and charming apartment has much to offer, very comfortable and cozy with views overlooking the rooftops of the 7th arrondissement. The apartment is located on the 3th floor of a building with an elevator . The access is secured by a door code and a second gate with a code as well.
The building itself has a beautiful courtyard, the windows are double-glazed so the apartment is very quiet., The apartment is always full of light.
The apartment has a living room with high ceiling, and also a mezzanine where is the bathroom and the bedroom.
Through the bedroom window you have access to the terrace with a 360 degree view of Paris.
Located just behind the prestigious Orsay museum and the charm of the seine river two steps away from the apartment. With its own distinct and charming personality this is a very special apartment for a memorable stay in Paris.
It is a mansion built in 1705 for the Marquis de Nointel. This hotel particulier was built on land known as "the latch" belonging to Mansard, architect of Louis XIV. It is inhabited in 1787 by the Prince de Talleyrand, the famous minister of the first Napoleon. This hotel particulier was renovated in XIXèeme, with the construction of a building on the street. It was refurbished and transformed into its current configuration in 1980.
The elegant 7th is rich with art and culture, as well as the upper crust of society, with its dignified hotels particuliers housing ministries, embassies and luxurious private residences. Stately, subdued and refined, the 7th seduces with Napoleonic sophistication, and its iconic Eiffel Tower provides the reference point for all of Paris.Military and history buffs, the tomb of Napolean, the little man with big ideas, in the Invalides, is a must. Rue de Grenelle is dotted with shops full of quintessentially French toddler fashion, as well as the Musee Maillol, whose permanent collection contains Degas and Cezanne. The Musee de Quai Branly is home to an unparalleled collection of Asian, American, Oceanian and African artifacts, and across the river lie the Grand Palais and Petit Palais - stars of the 1900 World’s Fair - with their opulent art nouveau interiors and gemlike glass ceilings.
Located just behind the prestigious Orsay museum and the charm of the Seine river two steps away from the apartment. Visiting Rodin's museum nearby, its garden and sculptures will make this moment unforgettable. St Germain, located around the oldest church in Paris, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, was once the epitome of Left-Bank intellectual chic. Today it is more luxury than literary and full of high-end interior design stores and fashion boutiques. There are also many cinemas, bookshops and art galleries. Some of the city’s finest restaurants and brasseries are in St Germain. Wander around the cafés, flower markets and shops at the Carrefour de Buci, have a coffee at the Deux Magots, walk along the historic Cour du Commerce St-André, a fascinating cobbled passageway where you will find the oldest café in Paris, Le Procope. Be sure to visit the Luxembourg Gardens, one of the city’s most beautiful parks. And shop to your heart’s - and wallet’s - content along the Boulevard St Germain, rue de Rennes and rue du Cherche Midi.
Eglise St Germain des Prés
Eglise St Sulpice
Restaurants, cafés, bars
Included in the Apartment:
- Detailed apartment functional guide
- High Quality Linens and towels
- Full stocked kitchen for creative cooks
- Books, magazines, artist’s editions, etc.
- NON smoking policy
- Special features
- High Ceiling
- View of Monuments
- Security Code
- Washing Machine & Dryer
- Ironing Board
- Cable TV
- Speakers Bose
- High-Speed Wireless Internet
Floor: 3rd with an elevator
Surface: 35 sqm
Accommodates: 3 people,
Type: 1 bedroom apartment
Internet: Yes, BroadBand Access 20M unlimited ADSL, wire and wireless (included)
Metro: Solferino - Line 12
• Bed (s): 1 bed ( 1m40x1m90) + a sofa bed
• Bathroom: ENGLISH TUB , the ceiling of the bath is not very tall (1m50).-
• Washing machine: yes
• Color TV: yes
• Cable: yes
• Internet ready: yes
• ipod player: yes
• Sheets and Towels: yes
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Welcome to Paris, it´s time to experience la vie à la Française. Whether this means taking a leisurely stroll through the Jardin de Tuileries, exploring designer boutiques in rue Saint Honoré & art galleries in Saint Germain des Prés, or wiling away the hours in a corner café, your home away from home will be there to greet you at the end of the day !!!