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The pretty Museum View – 102 self-catering studio apartment provides a perfectly stylish and comfortable retreat for two guests visiting the romantic city of Paris.
This outstanding studio apartment provides all the home comforts you could need during your short stay in the city. Elegantly decorated in creamy white and burnt sienna tones, sleek wooden flooring and fitted with chic continental furniture, the apartment exudes a warm and welcoming ambience. The living area consists of a comfy double bed at one side of the room and two armchairs under the beautiful tall French windows opposite. A wall mounted flat screen TV is also provided for when the city has exhausted you.
A small breakfast bar and stools enables you to enjoy home cooked meals which you can prepare in the kitchen area located just next door through the archway. It’s ideal for that special undisturbed romantic meal together. The apartment also features a private bathroom fitted with a combined bath/shower, sink and toilet.
Perfectly located in the heart of the city just south of Ile de la Cite, it makes an excellent alternative to hiring a traditional hotel room for your holiday.
The Museum View - 102 apartment is located in the city’s 6th arrondissement along the left bank of the Seine. It rubs up against the famous Latin Quarter, home of the Sorbonne, to the west whilst Notre Dame Cathedral stands on an island in the river just a short walk to the north. Gare d’Austerlitz metro station is just a 2 minute walk away giving you ease of travel around the whole city.
Just across the road lies the beautiful Jardin des Plantes where you can stroll through the 28 hectares of botanical gardens which amazingly date back to the early 17th century. There’s also a small zoo here to explore and heated greenhouses displaying all kinds of unusual tropical plants. The National Museum of Natural History is also located here and is directly opposite the apartment.
The area is packed with lots of laid back bars and restaurants. Why not take a cruise along the Seine and see the city from a different angle? Gare de Lyon, one of the city’s six train stations is located to the immediate east across the Seine and accessed via the bridge Pont d’Austerlitz.