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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Accommodating up to 4 guests, the stylish one bedroom Museum View – 106 apartment provides an ideal base in the Latin quarter of Paris.
Conveniently located alongside the stunning Jardin des Plantes, this apartment oozes style and sophistication. Huge windows allow natural light to flood into the spacious, open plan living area. Furnished with a large, comfy sofa bed, contemporary armchair, coffee table and flatscreen television, the living area is the perfect place for you and your guests to relax in comfort. Wooden flooring leads to the modern kitchen which is fully equipped with everything you will need to prepare a meal. An attractive dining table is also available to enable you and your guests to enjoy your meals together.
The cosy and welcoming bedroom complete with an inviting double bed and occasional chair, is enhanced by the light from the large window, creating a tranquil atmosphere in which you can rest after an action packed day of sightseeing. The refreshing, elegantly designed bathroom, comprising of a toilet, a sink and a bathtub, effortlessly completes this stylish abode.
Ideally situated within the Latin quarter of the city, renowned for its student life and educational establishments, this apartment is located only minutes away from a variety of cafes, bars, restaurants and shops. The apartment occupies a prime position on the left bank of the magnificent River Seine. The Seine, which spans over 776 km, runs through the city and has a staggering 37 bridges within Paris alone. Taking one of the popular river cruises along the Seine is the perfect way to view the famous sights and attractions that the city has to offer. Alternatively, the Austerlitz Metro Station is only minutes away, providing a transport link throughout the city.
The apartment enjoys views of the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle or MNHN (National Museum of Natural History) which is located literally next door. Inside this historic museum, which dates back to the late 1700s, you will find an array of educational displays including animal skeletons, large birds and dinosaur bones. The museum is set within the picturesque Jardin des Plantes, one of the main botanical gardens in France.