What better way to discover Paris than staying in a large 80sqm one bedroom apartment in the heart of one of the most upscale and authentic Parisian neighbourhoods, Passy and the Trocadéro.
This Haussmann designed apartment from 1863 with authentic wooden floor and fireplaces, is facing south with a balcony. Owned by a renowned international artist, this apartment is designed tastefully and decorated with sculptures and paintings in every room. The rooms are very spacious and quiet, so can fully and unwind relax after a day of sightseeing or doing business.
Located between the Eiffel Tower, the Marmottan Museum, the Radio House and the Bois de Boulogne, this quiet neighbourhood is close to many shops, luxury boutiques, shopping mall, farmer’s market, French and international supermarket including Mark and Spencer, and many good restaurants, you will feel like a Parisian while strolling in this neighbourhood.
This luxury apartment of a renowned international artist, located on high floor in an historic Parisian building completely renovated in a contemporary style, includes a large bedroom, one double living room with a dining area and a sofa bed, a modern kitchen and designed bathroom.
The bedroom has a comfortable king size bed with plenty of storage room to better settle yourself and feel home away from home.
This luxury rennovated apartment comes complete with a modern kitchen and bathroom with all the facilities and appliances you will need during your stay in Paris.
Sleeps two guests in the large bedroom and possibly a third in the living room (single sofa bed) with still plenty of space to spare.
All of the exclusive Paris luxury apartments rentals by welcome2france are located only in central Paris, one of Europe's safest and most beautiful metropolitan areas.
Metro : La Muette, Passy
If you like luxury, the 16th district is for you. It is one of the finest, authentic Parisian and safest district in Paris. With its large residential streets, Haussmann facades and small courtyards, the 16th is where the elite live.
The 16th could be compared to the Upper East Side in New York or Chelsea and Kensington in London. You will be close to the new foundation Louis Vuitton in Bois de Boulogne, the Marmottan Museum, the Modern Art museum, the Guimet Museum, the Maison de Balzac or the Radio House.
The rue de Passy is not just all about historical charm - this upmarket area features designer boutiques, Joseph, Kenzo, Guerlain and L'Occitane rub shoulders with more familiar names such as Gap and Esprit. When tired out from shopping, the numerous delightful tea rooms, gourmet store and pastries shops provide you with a welcome break.
The Rue de l’Annonciation, a famous old Parisian pedestrian street, hosts a myriad of outdoor cafes and restaurants and the famous bakery 'Les Merveilleux' by Fred which offers meringues wrapped in chocolate whipped cream, vanilla, and coffee. From Place du Trocadero, you can admire the Eiffel Tower on one the terrace of a Parisian institution, Carette! Created in 1927, this coffee shop and bakery offers the best chocolate eclair in the city.
At the top of the rue de Passy the 'jardins du Ranelagh' with their centuries old chestnut trees are the perfect place for a stroll. The kids will enjoy the authentic Parisian puppet theater, the merry-go-round and the donkey rides. The finest collection of Monet artwork can be viewed at the 'musee Marmottan' located just by the garden. The Eiffel Tower is only a few minutes away, across the Seine river.
At the bottome of Rue de Passy, it will lead you to the Passy cemetery where many iconic French personalities are buried in spectacular mausoleums, right at the corner of Trocadero and Eiffel Tower.
Passy, so called the Village, kept a village feeling with its pedestrian street, shopping center, daily indoor farmer's market and its many shops around, only few metro stops to Champs Elysées and walking distance to Trocadero and Eiffel Tower. This location is ideal for a Paris apartment rental whether it is for short term stay or long term stay.