7th Arrondissement Eiffel Tower Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Apartment, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4)
This apartment is located in a prime neighborhood in the Seventh Arrondissement, just down the block and across the Esplanade des Invalides from Napoleon’s Tomb. You will find the tomb under the magnificent golden Dome des Invalides flanked by museums and monuments of the military history of France.
Here, you are also a short walk to the Champ de Mars and the Eiffel Tower and just across the Seine from the Trocadéro, Grand Palais and Petit Palais. The neighborhood prides itself on its delightful cafés, prestigious restaurants, museums and galleries and world famous market and shopping streets.
The apartment is simple, luxurious elegance, with great attention to detail and comfort.The bedroom has one large bed - 160x195, the living room/dining room has a fold-out couch that can sleep two. The kitchen is fully equipped with a four burner gas stovetop, oven/microwave, full refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher, clothes washer, all of the small appliances, utensils, dishes, glasses and flatware. The bathroom has a large walk-in shower - no tub; the toilet is in a separate room, in the French style.
We supply all of the towels and sheets. There is a thorough cleaning before you arrive and upon your departure. There is high speed internet and WIFI, television and telephone including local and long-distance calls to most countries.
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- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Frankly, I never thought I'd end up living in Paris but - you see, I met a man. On a ski trip - Alps - chalet - fireplace - well, it's been ten years. I can't give you the complete insider's guide to Paris yet, (I believe that takes three generations) but I can give you an ex-New Yorker's guide to this fabulous City of Lights. Our first studio was my husbands - that's where we lived once we decided to share a continent. We were there until our son was about negative-one-month old, and we didn't want to have to convert the bidet into a bassinet. Once we moved, I started renting out that apartment and everything fell into place. As an architect, I love fixing up the apartments, and as an ex-pat, I love meeting the people who come to enjoy their vacations in Paris.