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This homelike Paris holiday apartment for four has got everything you need to enjoy your time in the City of Lights – comfort, functionality, and great location.
The bright interiors of this place boast a personal touch, don’t they? The décor seems to take full advantage of both modernity and tradition, while making the apartment fully functional and attractive at the same time. Bienvenu!
The spacious daily area will surely catch your attention with the plenty of accessories like books or pieces of artwork placed here and there. Aesthetics seem to be a strong advantage of this place, that’s for sure. But let’s remember about its functional side – the large dining table complete with a set of chairs, the TV-DVD home entertainment set accompanied by a classy coffee table, two armchairs, and a single sofa-bed are all there to make your indoor experience pleasant and convenient.
The kitchen comes in a contemporary finish and is ready to provide you with a rich selection of useful cooking utensils, so that you’re able to deal with your food ‘in person’, or to heat up some typical Parisian takeaway you can buy in the neighborhood.
There’s also a separate bedroom furnished with a big double bed, a pair of nightstands, and a capacious wardrobe. The romantic décor is a guarantee of a good-night sleep. The apartment comes also with a stylish bathroom fitted with a bathtub-shower combo, a toilet, and a sink to seal the deal.
With accommodation in such privileged location you’ll have no trouble discovering the various riches of the City of Lights. The 6th arrondissement – as this is the district you’ll be staying in – is best known for its exciting cross-section of the luxurious, the shabby, the natural, and the urban intermingling smoothly throughout the area. Just a few steps to the south there awaits the majestic Palais du Luxembourg with the adjoining green space known as the Luxembourg Garden, while only 200 meters to the east separate you from the legendary Notre Dame on Ile de la Cite. And if you cross the Seine and continue along its bank to the west, you’ll be able to ‘tick off’ spots like Musee du Louvre, Jardin des Tuileries, and Champs-Elysees!
Should you go for some more ‘direct’ explorations, the nearby Latin Quartier is bound to keep you happy and busy with some culinary delights and romantic walks along tiny cobbled alleys, but if you head straight west, you’ll most surely come across the complex of Les Invalides full of military museums. The main highlight, however, is found just a little more to the west; we’re talking about the magnificent Eiffel Tower, of course. Be prepared for some long queuing, but the view from the top really makes up for the time you’ll spend in line.