|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Double sofa beds:||1|
|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Charming one bedroom apartment, comfortably housing up to 4 guests in Paris’s most fashionable neighbourhood.
Situated in the heart of the famous Saint Germain district, this stylish abode allows you to experience typical daily life of the city’s elite. Wonderfully decorated with warm wooden floors, tasteful artworks and modern furnishings, the dwelling radiates a chic yet welcoming ambience certain to make you feel at home.
Adorned with a convertible sofa, a design chair, flatscreen TV and DVD player, an elegant dining table, and even a piano, the living area provides the perfect setting for relaxing and socialising with your fellow guests. The striking kitchen supplies everything required for preparing tasty home cooked meals during your stay, granting a rewarding and often cost effective alternative to dining out. An impressive bookcase leads into the bedroom, which sports a bright pink wall and features a double bed and ample storage cupboards. The private bathroom completes this appealing holiday home with a sink, toilet and combined bathtub and shower.
This Paris accommodation could not afford a better location for both accessing the capital’s hotspots and providing an immensely desirable base to return to after the day’s activities. Occupying the chic Saint Germain des Pres, the apartment enables immediacy to a host of upscale boutiques, quality restaurants and trendy bars. The adjacent Rue Mazarine supplies a fine selection of establishments, including Café Procope, known as the city’s oldest gastronomic venue. This historic restaurant first opened its doors in 1686, subsequently becoming a favourite hangout for the likes of Voltaire, Rousseau and even Napoleon. The neighbouring Boulevard Saint Germain provides plenty more options for the evening’s entertainment, hosting several terraces that bustle with life until the early hours.
The apartment is also conveniently placed for discovering some of Paris’s most visited attractions, with both the Louvre Museum and Notre Dame Cathedral reachable on foot in less than fifteen minutes.