Located on the fourth floor in a classic French building with elevator access, this spacious two bedroom apartment can accommodate up to four guests for a short or extended stay.
Enter into the apartment and you’ll find the brightly lit L-shaped living and dining room which has full height sliding glass windows overlooking the streets of this upmarket residential area. First is the dining table which can comfortably seat 4 guests, and beyond that is the living area with ample sofas and armchairs for relaxing in front of the television. We are pleased to provide international cable television channels for your enjoyment, as well as high-speed WIFI.
In the kitchen opposite the dining area, you will find that it has all the amenities that you would find in your home. Full height cabinets store all cutlery, glasses and plates, while the fridge can accommodate all your groceries that you require for your stay. Provided for your use as well is a kettle, coffee maker, toaster, oven, microwave oven, and dishwasher. You will also find the washer/dryer in the kitchen.
The bedrooms share a bathroom. One of the bedrooms overlooks the courtyard while the other overlooks the street. The bedroom that overlooks the courtyard is furnished with queen sized bed (160 * 200cm), while the other bedroom that overlooks the street has a double bed (140 * 190 cm). Both have a wardrobe and a small bedside table.
The shared bathroom has a large standing shower, a single basin, and a heated towel rail. There is also a hair dryer provided, along with towels. The WC is separate from the bathroom for the convenience of all 4 guests.
Nearest metro: Trocadero
Live like a local in one of the prime residential areas in Paris – where you will find several classic Hausmannian buildings still intact.
families with children will especially enjoy the proximity of the apartment to the Ranelagh gardens, Trocadero gardens, Boulogne woods, and the zoological gardens.
Sports fanatics also enjoy the proximity to many large sporting arenas such as the Auteuil and Longchamp racetracks, the Roland Garros stadium, and the Park des Princes.
The neighbourhood is also famous for the busy shopping street Passy, notably Franck & sons. The Belle Feuilles shopping mall is also a great choice for shopping.
One could not forget the icons of Paris in this neighbourhood, the Palais Tokyo, from which you can see the Eiffel Tower. Other lesser known museums in this arrondissement also include the City of Architecture and Heritage, the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris, the National Museum of Asian Arts - Guimet, the Galliera Museum, the Museum of Man, the National Museum of the Marine, the home of Balzac, the Baccarat Museum, and the Marmottan Monet Museum – a veritable cultural hub in its own right.