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An essential self-catering studio for 2 persons situated in the proximity of the Museum of Natural History, 6th arrondissement of Paris
A self-catering studio offering the rare opportunity of sojourning in one of the most charming districts of Paris, supplied with just everything you may possibly desire to make your stay in the City of Love memorable and exciting.
This classy and comfortable studio is situated only 50 meters from the Jardin des Plantes, in the central 6th arrondissement, the area stretching from the left bank of the Seine and embracing the famed Latin Quarter, only 50 meters from the Jardin des Plantes, the National Museum of Natural History of Paris.
The accommodative space is modernly and fashionably furnished with a comfortable double bed, a flat-screen, two cosy couches and a small tea table. Some lamps and decorations discretely and elegantly embellish the interiors, creating a much warmer atmosphere.
If you wish to prepare a breakfast or a nice meal for yourself and your guests, you will find a functional kitchenette aright at hand: free tea, coffee and sugar are always supplied and you will find them in the spacious wall cabinets that are perfect to store your provisions.
The bathroom is also well furnished, featuring a sink, a toilet and a shower box.
Fashionable, elegant, welcoming and most of all practical, the studio offers a wonderful view of the Museum of Natural History from the large window which also allows plenty of light in the room.
The 6th arrondissements of Paris stretches along the left bank of the Seine and embraces part of the Latin Quarter. This is the district of students and artists who live in the beautiful buildings of this charming and captivating neighborhood.
The National Museum of Natural History and the Jardin des Plantes are situated only 50 meters away from the apartment. The wide botanical gardens, dating back to early 1700 and still preserving their old fashion, typical French charm, are definitely worth an accurate visit.
But this area has plenty of bars and restaurants as well, from Café de Flore to Tour d’Argent, immerse yourself into Paris’s enjoyable and pleasent atmosphere.
You will find all the greatest monuments of Paris at a walking distance and all the links to the other areas of the city, from Austerlitz to Saint-Germain des Prés metro stations.
Book a boat cruise along the Seine river and visit Notre Dame Cathedral or reach the Tour Eiffel is also a good option and an experience you don’t want to miss.
In the neighborhood of Austerlitz metro station, lies a spacious parking area, perfect and inexpensive choice if you visit Paris by car.