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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Accommodating up to 2 guests, the stylish Museum View – 102 studio apartment is ideally located close to the Latin Quarter of Paris.
Conveniently situated near to the majestic River Seine, this apartment offers a contemporary retreat for you and your guests. Beautiful French doors allow light to flow through the open plan design, creating a bright and airy atmosphere. The living area, with attractive wooden flooring, comprises of two cosy chairs, a coffee table and flatscreen television. The modern, fully fitted kitchen can be found just off the main living area, equipped with everything you will need to create a home cooked meal. A breakfast bar/table is available for you to enjoy your meal together in comfort.
The sleeping area, highlighted by the contrasting, vibrant orange wall, is the perfect place to relax and unwind following a busy day visiting the many sights of the city. Furnished with a welcoming double bed and bedside tables, it is ideal for a good night’s sleep. Completing this stylish abode and consisting of a sink, toilet and bathtub, is the chic, elegantly designed bathroom.
Occupying a perfect position on the left bank of the magnificent River Seine and within the city’s Latin Quarter, this apartment is close to an array of restaurants and shops. The Austerlitz Metro Station, located only minutes away, provides a transport link to the sights and attractions of the city such as the famous Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe. The renowned Place de la Bastille is also nearby. The Bastille, originally built in the 1300s as part of Paris’ defences, was converted into a prison in the 17th century. The prison was famously stormed in the late 1700s, leaving no remains. Today, the square in which the prison once stood plays host to a variety of concerts and entertainment.
The picturesque Jardin des Plantes is literally next door to the apartment. The Jardin des Plantes, which was founded in the early 1600s, is one of the main botanical gardens in France and spans over 28 hectares. With thousands of species of plants, a zoo, four museums and a botanical school, there is definitely something for everyone within these beautiful gardens. Within the Jardin des Plantes is the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle or MNHN (National Museum of Natural History), home to the Gallery of Paleontology where visitors can learn about dinosaurs, insects and birds.