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Are you a group of three looking for a cosy Paris holiday apartment that will grant you both indoor comfort and great location? If so, this place is just for you.
Enter the stylish interiors and be delighted by the charm of the beautiful wooden floors, the stylish finish, and the tasteful décor. The bright daily area comes with two sofas (including one of sleeping type – for one person), a TV-DVD home entertainment set, two small coffee tables, and a decorative fireplace with a large mirror to boost the sense of space.
The all-white kitchen is located in a separate room and offers a selection of practical cooking amenities, as well as a compact dining table with a set of chairs.
Moving on to the bedroom, you’ll surely appreciate its atmospheric finish and the amount of space it will provide you with. There is a big double bed with a nightstand right next to it and an another ornamental fireplace. The huge window will surely keep the room well-lit and bright. The apartment comes also with a modern bathroom fitted with a toilet, sink, and a shower cabin.
With the lovely bank of La Seine just a few steps away you won’t have any trouble navigating through and along the vicinities. And let’s not forget about the multitude of attractions awaiting you on both sides of the river – many of them within you direct reach!
To start with, if you take a short stroll to the north-east, you’ll reach the picturesque edifice of the legendary Notre Dame. Cross the river and after a trip to the splendid Les Halles, head west – this is where you’ll come across spots like the ever-amazing Musee du Louvre, Le Palais Royal, Jardin des Tuileries, and Champs-Elysees. Continue along the riverbank and you’ll be able to see the majestic Eiffel Tower already from the distance.
If you decide to explore the direct surroundings first, you’re bound to be just as delighted. After all, you’ll be staying in the 5th arrondissement – a home to the famous Pantheon, the renowned Sorbonne, and the lovely Jardin des Plantes, stretching on a thick network of boulevards and alleys lined with amazing eateries and cafés. And if you head south, you’ll soon get to the remarkable Jardin du Luxembourg. To the west, in turn, you’ll find the historical complex of Les Invalides, full of history-and-military-themed museums. Given all these options, you better plan your travel agenda wisely!