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Providing comfortable, clean and central accommodation this delightful studio apartment is ideal for a couple visiting the world’s most romantic city.
An attractive colour scheme and beautiful wooden floors make this lovely light living space a delight in which to stay. Cleverly designed, you will find everything you need provided here for your holiday.
There’s a comfortable double bed as well as a flat screen TV whilst a useful kitchenette allows you to prepare simple meals during your stay. Enjoy your mealtimes together at the charming dining table and chairs also included.
The apartment also incorporates its own private bathroom fitted with a bath, toilet and hand basin.
Please Note: The decoration and lay out of this studio can slightly differ from the pictures. Actual pictures from this apartment will be uploaded as soon as possible. A baby cot is available for an extra charge of Euro 40 per night.
What a fantastic location! Situated within easy reach of Notre Dame and the Louvre, the apartment nests within the popular 5th arrondissement. The neighbourhood is famously known as the Latin Quarter, so named after the language heard muttered by passing students and professors of the nearby Sorbonne in bygone days. Today the area is filled with lots of delicious bistros and some very laid back cafes.
The apartment building overlooks the National Museum of Natural History, so you won’t have far to go to look for a little culture and stimulation. The museum sits within fantastic 28 acre parkland known as the Jardin des Plantes which dates back to 1626. Choose from the zoo or the various scientific and biological themed museums here within the complex for your afternoon’s entertainment. On a colder day a visit to the giant glass tropical green houses will be very much welcome.
Getting around the city could not really be much easier since the metro station is Gare d’Austerlitz is just a minute’s walk away to the east.
Make your way towards the nearby River Seine and follow it northwards to discover the city’s two famous naturally formed islands. One of them, Ile de la Cite, is home to the iconic building Notre Dame Cathedral.