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An exquisite solution aiming at ensuring a perfect stay, the studio hosts up to 2 guests and it is located in 5th arrondissement of Paris, nearby the Jardin des Plants
Well arranged and housed in a vast building right in the neighborhood hosting the National Museum of Natural History in the Jardin des Plantes, this self-catering studio is a perfect accommodation blending style and functionality in a warm, homely space.
A wide and peaceful bedroom, with wooden floor and warmly painted walls, features a cosy double bed, bedside tables and several discrete lamps. A large window not only allows plentiful light inside the dwelling, but gives also a superb sight of the Museum.
A small and elegant table with two modern chairs define the dining area that gives access to the kitchen. The latter is cleverly distinct and comes furnished with a wooden top surface, a hob, a sink and a microwave. The wall cabinets are sufficiently spacious in order to conserve everything you may need to make a delicious meal for you and your guests.
The stylish bathroom is furnished with a sink, a shower-box and a toilet.
The 5th arrondissement is the area that lies along the left bank of the Seine river. The district stretches south-west of the historic center, embracing the Latin Quarter and the Sorbonne areas.
The highest point of the hill on which the district lies is home to the Pantheon temple, modeled on the example of the same construction in Rome - a must to visit if you decide to sojourn in this lively area of Paris.
From Saint-Germain des Prés down to the banks of the 1st arrondissement with the Tour Eiffel and the Cathedral of Notre Dame, the 5th arrondissement hosts many interesting museums and monuments.
The Arab World Institute, for instance, and the Musée Curie are two of the fascinating museum surrounding the borders of the Jardin des Plantes, the latter housing four Gallleries of the National Museum of Natural History.
This effervescent and picturesque area is very well connected to the rest of the city by public transportation. Austerlitz station (metro line 5 and 10) hosts also a wide parking space, just perfect if you visit Paris by car.