This attractive, well-illuminated Paris apartment, located in the tranquil and upmarket Arc de Triomphe district, offers 2 bedrooms with a queen bed in each one, a big living-room with a sofa-bed that sleeps two, a separate kitchen with all key amenities, and a full bathroom.
The neighborhood offers shops, cafés and bakeries, and the Poncelet food market and the pretty Parc Monceau are just a short walk away.
From here, the Champs-Elysees, the arty Montmartre and the grand Opéra districts are at a short distance, and you can quickly reach all other Paris attractions on public transport.
The apartment is located in a superb 1930s building.
You will be able to access the 3rd floor via the elevator, unless you should prefer the charm of the French style staircases!
The apartment harmoniously combines traditional Paris architecture, with its centennial wooden floors, with stylish decor and undoubtedly contemporary furnishings.
To the right hand side of the lobby there is an independent fully equipped kitchen.
On the left, the large living room combines a dining room area to entertain your guests and a lounge area with 2 sofas (one of which can sleep 2) where you can enjoy the superb flat screen TV or the wireless Internet connection which is readily available.
A neutral colour palette, French windows, a small balcony and the leafy outlook ensure a laid-back, relaxing comfort zone with a bright and breezy feel.
Down the corridor you will find two spacious bedrooms, each one of them with a double bed, and the bathroom (fitted with a bathtub), which is cleverly placed between both bedrooms.
Come experience authentic Paris living in this typical charming parisian apartment!
Keywords: apartment, flat
I'm French, I'm a doctor, and this apartment was our home with my husband and my son until we moved to the US one year ago for my husband's job. We are urban thirty-somethings, we love the parisian lifestyle, and we are looking forward to living there when we get back.
We chose this neigborhood because it's within walking distance of wonderful markets, shops and cafes. The nearest subway station leads you directly to the Champs-Elysees, the Concorde, the Tuileries, the Louvre, the Hotel de Ville, the Marais and the Bastille. It's a family-oriented neighborhood, quiet and secure.
We love the authenticity of the hardwood floors, the layout, and the typical 1930s facade. We get to buy amazing food in some of the best food stores in Paris around the Marché Poncelet. We can walk to a movie in the Palais des Congres, to fresh, warm bread at several boulangeries, to outdoor sitting at various cafes and restaurants, etc. And the Champs-Elysees, the most beautiful street in the world, is 2 subway stops away.