The one bedroom flat is located on the 4th floor overlooking the roofs of Paris and a green courtyard, ideal for 2 to 3 pers. You will enjoy the very quiet surroundings and birds singing in the middle of buzzling Paris. This architect designed flat satisfies clients who like comfort and design even in a minimum space. The bathroom can be reached seperately, from the sittingroom or bedroom. It has a bathtub with shower, built-in wash-basin, lavatory, instant heating and towel-rack heating. The cosy bedroom disposes of an alcove french bed for 2 p. Hidden behind mirrors in the corridor, there is a waredrobe for personal effects. More storage space is in the sitting-room, where the sofas are convertables. Electric radiators provide heating as well as an open fire (electric). Cable TV and WIFI . I-Pod radio dock station are included in the price. Incoming calls are free as well as local calls. The american kitchen is fully equipped and the dining area sits 4.
Advantages: Many of my guests come back. Paris is an exiting town and it is a pleasure to recover in pleasant surroundings. Especially with the market in front of the doorsteps, cooking becomes very easy, most of the delicatessen are warmed up for you, just sit down and enjoy your meal. That way, you will save a lot of money, because Paris is expensive - breakfast in hotels are up to 20 €, in luxury hotels even more.
The situation of the flat is very central yet in quiet surroundings.
Disadvantages: There is only one disadvantage: there is no elevator to go the the 4rth floor. Which means: not recommanded for people in wheelchairs or guests with heart-problems. The staircase is large and comfortable, most guests - and we too - make a little stop-over on the third floor...
Infos and ideas: Shopping : the market in the rue Poncelet, open every day
except Monday from 9 to 13h and from 15h to 19h and Sundays
only until 1.0pm (bakery shops open very early)
The departement store Monoprix is just across the road in ave des Ternes, excellent food store on the lower ground floor open every day except Sundays until 10pm. Two other supermarkets to your right coming out of the front door.
FNAC: Big Departement store (like Virgin) avenue des Ternes
Public Letterbox: Just across the road, slightly to your right next to the brasserie.
Post-Office: Avenue de Niel (3minutes’ walk)
Parking : Underneath avenue des Ternes
Taxi: Place des Ternes next to the brasserie “Lorraine”
Avenue Wagram next to Arc de Triomphe
“Pariscope” Like “Whats’ on in London” read “Pick of the week in English”
English Newspapers: in the Drugstore on top of the Champs Elysées. There you can also
buy food and beverages up to 2 o'clock in the morning, chemist is open too.
Rue Poncelet is off the Avenue des Ternes, just a few minutes walk away from the Arc de Triomphe and avenue des Champs-Elysées. Just in front of the main entrance door, you will enjoy one of Paris' finest food markets 'le marché Poncelet' and suddenly you feel a real Parisan! In fact, Paris is composed of many villages, life is very pleasant here, people will say 'hello' to you and next door neighbours are very friendly. The market is open every day and closed on Monday. But no problem for late night shoppers: there are plenty of shops and restaurants about. Underneath avenue des Ternes, there is a Car port. The next metro station is 'Ternes' or 'Charles de Gaulle - Etoile'. Plenty of busses stop nearby. On Place des Ternes, the is a kiosk which sells same day cut off theatre tickets. The world famous concert hall 'Pleyel' is just a 10 minute walk away. Impossible to name all the hundreds of restaurants in the area....
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event||Minimum Stay|
Dec 1 2013 - Jan 2 2014
|extra night: €150|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (Euro) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.