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The chic Museum View – 105 studio apartment, located in the Latin quarter, provides contemporary accommodation for up to two guests.
Overlooking the National Museum of Natural History and close to the picturesque River Seine, this apartment is perfectly positioned within easy reach of the city’s array of attractions. Set on the first floor of an impressive building, the apartment is bright and spacious. With wooden flooring throughout, the open plan living area is furnished with a flatscreen television and attractive breakfast bar - the ideal place to enjoy a meal together. The cleverly compact, yet fully equipped kitchen has everything you will need to prepare a home cooked meal for your guests.
Enhanced by the contrasting chocolate coloured wall is the sleeping area. Comprising of a welcoming double bed and traditional wooden bedside table, the sleeping area emits a cosy, peaceful atmosphere in which you can relax following a busy day. A modern, elegantly designed bathroom, furnished with a toilet, sink, bathtub and shower, completes this chic and contemporary abode.
Conveniently situated on the left bank of Paris’ beautiful River Seine and within the city’s vibrant Latin Quarter, this apartment is close to a variety of cafes, restaurants and shops. Located only minutes away is the Austerlitz Metro Station, which will provide a transport link to the city’s well-known sights and attractions such as the stunning Eiffel Tower and Champs-Elysées. Across the River Seine and not far from the apartment is the renowned Place de la Bastille. This square, which is used nowadays for concerts, was once the home to the prison which was famously stormed in the late 18th Century. The capture of the Bastille marks the start of the French Revolution.
Literally next door to the apartment are the picturesque Jardin des Plantes. These delightful gardens, which were originally founded in the early 1600s, span over an amazing 28 hectares. Within the gardens are thousands of species of plants, an old zoo, four museums, including the National Museum of Natural History, and a maintained botanical school. The Jardin des Plantes also boast an alpine garden and an art deco winter garden, making them the perfect place for a relaxing picnic.