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The luxurious and elegant Pompidou Apartment sleeps up to four guests in Paris’s desirable 3rd arrondissement. This one bedroom charmer is the perfect base for both business and leisure travellers looking to explore this romantic city.
This fantastic apartment successfully blends the classical with the contemporary to create a charismatic environment that you are certain to fall in love with. The open living and dining area contrasts soft pale walls with a strikingly rich wooden floor, complete with a modern convertible sofa and a graceful dining table. An eclectic mix of artwork, attractive wooden tables and an eye catching golden mirror set complete this delightful room. There is also a flat screen TV supplied for your entertainment. The compact and cosy kitchen comes equipped with essential amenities for preparing simple meals.
The luxurious bedroom is wonderfully lit by the floor to ceiling windows and retains the charisma of the apartment with artistic decor and contemporary chairs. The room houses a comfortable double bed and large wardrobes for storage of your personal items. The deluxe bathroom is beautifully finished and contains a toilet and relaxing bathtub.
This Paris apartment is superbly situated in the beloved Marais district, one of the oldest sections of the city. Just around the corner from your accommodation is Rue de Montmorency, which houses the oldest private residence in the capital, dating back to the 15th century. The area is famed for its quaint cobbled streets, trendy boutiques and delicious eateries, a perfect place to simply wander around and experience an authentic taste of Parisian life.
As the name suggests, this dwelling is located next to the Georges Pompidou Centre, an impressive complex of ingenious architectural design, noted for its exposed skeleton of brightly coloured tubes. In fact, when the centre was initially opened in 1977, all of the functional structural elements of the building were colour coded, for example, green pipes for plumbing, yellow for electrics etc. This creative coding has however partially lapsed in recent years, with many of the tubes now simply painted white. Aside from the pioneering and provoking exhibitions on offer, also residing in the complex is a public library, a musical research centre and the largest Museum of Modern Art in Europe. The centre also affords spectacular views across the city from the top floor, an excellent position from which to view the extravagant, evening light display of the Eiffel Tower.