|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
|Single sofa beds:||-|
|Double sofa beds:||1|
|Stairs in apartment:||No|
Classy and contemporary, this apartment hosts up to 4 persons, representing the best solution for an unforgettable sojourn nearby the famous Jardin des Plantes with the Museum of Natural History.
Museum view 106 is the perfect solution if you travel with your family or with a small group of friends. This elegant accommodation hosts up to 4 guests and it is ideally located in the effervescent heart of Paris, treasured in a charming building overlooking the Jardin des Plantes in the 5th arrondissement.
The living room comes brightly and modernly embellished with an orange wall, several prints and a solid wooden flooring. The interiors are well furnished with a long and cosy double sofa bed and a nice table with four seats is just perfect to enjoy your meals during those evenings in. An extra couch set nearby the generous window provides a relaxing spot.
A warm natural light brightens the classy accommodation throughout during daytime while at night some warm lamps will suffuse a discreet light, creating an even more relaxing atmosphere.
The kitchen is separated from the living room and it features a discrete and lovely dining area: distinct and essential, it offers the maximum functionality supplied with all the necessary utensils to prepare a delightful and enjoyable meal.
The master bedroom is elegantly furbished with a vast double bed and a couch; the adjoining bathroom, as classy and functional as the rest of the accommodation, has a toilet, a sink and a bath tub with a shower.
This cosy and fashionable apartment is idally situated at a true walking distance from Austerlitz metro station (lines 5 and 10).
The 5th arrondissement is excellently connected to all the other districts of Paris by public transportation, being it the heart of the city’s cultural life, along with the adjacent 6th and 1st arrondissements. If you travel by car, you will find plenty of parking areas in the neighborhood of the apartment as well, available at any time and at affordable surcharge.
The picturesque neighborhood is characterized by astonishing landmarks and monuments: the Jardin des Plantes, for instance, defining the eastern borders of the district, is the most important botanical garden of France, hosting the National Museum of Natural History’s galleries.
The Panthéon lies on the highest point of the arrondissement while the Arab World Museum is situated at the opposite side, facing the the Seine’s islands, Île de Saint-Louis and Île de la Cité, the latter housing the famous Cathedral of Notre Dame.
Along Rue Buffon and on the northern side of the Jardin des Plantes, there are numerous restaurants and cafés for a high cuisine experience. The nearby Latin Quarter in the 6th arrondissement is one of the most effervescent and colorful spots of Paris, the perfect place to spend a cheerful evening after a long busy day.