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Combining fresh, contemporary design with a desirable location, the Museum View 401 ensures an enriching encounter for up to two guests in Paris’s intellectual heart.
Enviably positioned mere metres from the natural treasures of the Seine River and the Jardin des Plantes, this tastefully decorated studio successfully unites centrality with authenticity and peacefulness, perfect for a couple seeking a more relaxed approach to discovering the capital. Warm tones and modern fixtures accentuate the space, creating an endearing setting for a satisfying home away from home experience.
The stylish living and sleeping area provides a cosy sanctuary to retreat to after the day’s activities, and consists of a sumptuous double bed, comfy armchairs, a coffee table and a mounted flat screen TV, available for the evening’s entertainment. The adjoining kitchen is resourcefully arranged to accommodate essential amenities for indulging in simple and delectable home cooking during your stay, with a chic dining table at your disposal for enjoying such culinary treats. Smart and appealing, the bathroom completes the dwelling with a sink, toilet, bathtub and shower.
As the name suggests, this Paris holiday accommodation overlooks the Natural History Museum, an immensely historical venue that dates back to the 17th century and displays a wonderful collection of natural artefacts. This fascinating establishment resides in the delightful botanical gardens known as Jardin des Plantes, which encompasses 70 acres of lush vegetation and also includes a puzzling labyrinth and a petite zoo.
Alternatively referred to as the Quartier Latin, the city’s 5th arrondissement is regarded as the academic core of Paris, partly due to its prestigious complex of universities, which includes the legendary Sorbonne. Regarded as one of the oldest and most influential educational institutes in the world, this stunning edifice is lamentably albeit understandably unavailable for public viewing, although the charming plaza that accompanies the main entrance makes a picture perfect stop for a rejuvenating snack or refreshment.