The apartment is romantic and ideal for tourists or business travelers to Paris. It is newly remodeled, tastefully decorated, and light and pleasant for all seasons. Our location is ideal. The famous Rue Cler market street is 2 blocks away, with great restaurants and cafes and every food imaginable. You can eat out or use our fully equipped modern kitchen. The apartment is furnished for comfort and style, with original art and antiques, plus comfortable modern beds. The two separate rooms of the apartment sleep 2 people comfortably and privately. The shower is separate from the WC room. There are hardwood floors, a washer and dryer, wireless internet, cable TV, stereo/CD/DVD player, free calls to the US and Canada (but not to cell phones!) and many guidebooks for your stay in France.
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Our Location in the Historic 7th Arrondissement: Situated in the 7th arrondisement, one of the most beautiful and centrally located areas of Paris. It is only a short walk from Hotel des Invalides, the famous park Champs de Mars, the Tour Eiffel, and the pedestrian only market street, Rue Cler. One block away, Rue de Grenelle takes you next door to the 6th arrondisement and, across the Seine, to the Grand and Petite Palais. The metro is only two blocks away and the buses stop at the corner of Rue du Champ de Mars and Rue Bousquet.
Eiffel Tower and Champs de Mars: The Champs de Mars park was built in the 18th century soon after the construction of nearby l’Ecole militaire (military school). This is also the site of the 1867, 1878, 1889, 1900 and 1937 Universal Expositions. At the end of this park is where you will find the 'temporary' Eiffel tower erected for the 1889 Expo, Paris’ most recognizable landmark.
Hôtel des Invalides: The Hôtel des Invalides was built by Louis XIV as a home for disabled war veterans (hence the name 'Invalides'). The Invalides complex consists of public gardens, two churches (one of which houses Napoleon's tomb), the Musée de l'Armée, and several smaller museums. The Church of St-Louis-des-Invalides is also known as the Soldiers' Church. Captured enemy banners hang from galleries above the nave and Napoleon's Tomb is grandly located under the Dome.
She's an artist and jewelry designer/producer. He's a lawyer and writer.
We love Paris, and this is the best location in Central Paris. It is our goal to move here in the next 10-15 years.