Charming 2 bed, 2 bath apartment in Paris (16ème). Hausmannian building in private square, with limited parking. Apartment is on second floor, with lift, guardian... Walking distance from Eiffel Tower.
Situated in a private square minutes from the banks of the River Seine is this charming and spacious Hausmannian apartment in the 16th arrondissement - only walking distance of the Eiffel Tower.
This 80 square meter apartment sleeps 5 comfortably and contains a gracious and well-appointed living room, formal dining room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, a foyer and a laundry room.
The apartment comes equipped with a queen sized bed in the master bedroom, two single beds in the guest room, and a pullout sofa in the living room. The master bathroom features a rain-forest shower head and extra-large soaking tub. The kitchen is recently renovated and comes equipped with an induction stove, microwave, toaster and all appliances. The apartment also includes includes: Washer/Dryer, Dishwasher, WiFi internet access, ceiling fans in the bedrooms, Cable TV, a Blu-ray/DVD Player, a DVD collection, a stereo, and a small library of English and French books.
The building has an elevator and a guardian/concierge (her apartment is located on the ground floor).
Please treat the apartment as if it were your home. We ask that all guests maintain the same standard of cleanliness in the apartment as that in which it was presented to them.
Due to an unfortunate circumstance involving a previous tenant, we require all guests to pay for a cleaning lady (€40) once a week in order to make sure the apartment remains clean and tidy.
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