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Located close to Paris Saint Lazare train station and sporting a chic designer interior, the 2-bedroom Design Apartment Laborde makes the perfect holiday home for up to 6 guests.
A creamy white interior, tiled flooring and stylish contemporary furnishings create a warm and inviting living space. Cushions, curtains and attractive artworks on the walls add an occasional splash of colour throughout the apartment. A huge sofa and lime green armchair are provided for relaxing together after long days out exploring the city. There’s a flat screen TV here also for everyone’s entertainment. The sofa also converts with ease into a double bed for two of your guests.
A modern kitchen has all the equipment you could need for preparing home cooked meals during your stay. Why not put together a fresh picnic to take out with you on your adventures around the city? The apartment has two bedrooms which have attractive built in storage furniture for all your clothes and belongings, maximising the amount of space. A private bathroom is fitted with a shower, sink and toilet.
This delightful city pad is ideal for a family or group of friends visiting the city and is the perfect alternative to hire dusty old hotel rooms.
You will find the Design Apartment Laborde located just a few minutes west of Saint Lazare, one of the city’s six large train stations, in the 8th arrondissement. Saint Augustin metro station is also just a few minutes’ walk away to the east giving you ease of access to the whole city.
Just minutes away to the north-west lies the beautiful Parc Monceau, just one of many ornamental gardens in the city. An oasis of calm within the heart of this busy city is always a rewarding find. Ever since Napoleon II opened the park in 1861 people have been coming here and enjoying its pretty lush green surroundings. A waterfall, unusual statues and a series of beautiful classical follies including a pyramid, an elegant colonnade and a mysterious grotto can all be found here. There are also several playgrounds to keep restless children occupied. The park is also Wi-Fi enabled throughout so that will please visitors who cannot live without their internet connection. Historically the park is famous for being the site of the world’s first ever silk parachute jump in 1797 when André-Jacques Garnerin leapt from a Montgolfier hot air balloon. You will be pleased to learn that he landed safely and received a round of applause from the large crowds that had assembled in the park to watch the unusual spectacle.
To the south you will find the iconic Champs Elysees, one of the world’s most famous shopping streets. Measuring 104 kilometres and stretching east from the Arc de Triomphe, this luxurious parade of boutiques, cinemas and classy eateries is immaculately manicured from end to end.