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Accommodating up to three guests, this delightful one bedroom apartment occupies a prime position within the popular Saint Germain district of Paris.
Effortlessly blending the past with the present day, this apartment offers a welcome retreat in which to relax and unwind following an action packed day. Boasting authentic features, mixed with modern furnishings, the apartment creates a home from home atmosphere, ensuring that your stay within this fascinating city will be both comfortable and memorable.
Framed by a huge window, which allows plenty of natural light to gracefully fill the area, the living room consists of a comfy sofa bed, an additional sofa and two coffee tables. A flatscreen television with DVD player is also at your disposal for your viewing pleasure. Rich wooden floors lead you from the living room into the fully equipped kitchen, which is where you will find all the necessary appliances needed in order to prepare a home cooked meal. A cute dining table also provides the model setting for breakfast or lunch.
The inviting bedroom, which is furnished with a luxurious double bed, also features an ornate fireplace, which adds to the apartment’s charm. Completing this delightful accommodation is the refreshing bathroom, which is fitted with a toilet, sink and shower enclosure.
Conveniently situated within the 6th arrondissement, within the charming Saint Germain district of Paris, this apartment is within easy reach of a number of shops, cafes and bars, together with a superb selection of fine restaurants, many of which are renowned for their mouth-watering, local cuisine. A fantastic collection of must see sights and attractions can also be found just minutes away from the apartment – all of which are just waiting to be explored.
One such attraction, which is located just a short walk away from the apartment, is the simply stunning Saint Sulpice Church. Famous for appearing in the Dan Brown novel, the Da Vinci Code, this striking place of worship boasts some truly incredible examples of impressive architecture and is a sight certainly not to be missed.
Also close by and definitely worthy of a visit are the scenic Luxembourg Gardens, which spread out over an incredible 50 acres and offer the perfect setting for a relaxing picnic beneath the warm, Parisian sunshine. Within the gardens are numerous green, open spaces, breath-taking fountains and a delightful orchard, together with the majestic Luxembourg Palace which was designed in the 1600s as a Royal residence for King Louis XIII’s mother.