- Room Type:Entire House
- Max Guests:4
- Min Stay:7
- Pets Allowed:No
- dvd player
- alarm clock
- balcony or terrace
Invalides Golden Dome View!
SALE PRICES (PER WEEK):
Low : 1463 €, Mid: 2317€, High: 2737€
REG PRICES 2093 € — 3913 €
** Christmas — New Year's — Contact Owner
This is a charming one-bedroom, air conditioned apartment, available for rent in the center of Paris. Measuring 415-square-feet, it features views over Paris rooftops, including a view of an ancient clock tower and the golden dome of the Invalides. Close to the Eiffel Tower and Seine River; surrounded by market streets, cafÃ©s, shops and bistros of the 7th arrondissement.
Sleeps up to 4 people. 1 bedroom with high quality extra wide queen bed. There is a sofa in the living room which converts to two comfortable twin beds for extra sleeping options.
It has been completely remodeled and features a beautiful open plan living room, dining area and kitchen. French doors open onto a small balcony from the living room with views over Paris rooftops. There are two large windows in the dining area, so sun streams into our Paris rental all day long.
You will find a small entryway, with powder room immediately to you right and living room straight ahead, a warm and welcoming room. The style is contemporary and classic in our Paris apartment, with beautiful chandeliers and antiques that blend with the modern sofas and chairs. Our guests tell us they love the fact that our Paris rentals combine modern, quality furniture with interesting touches, such as the round mirror in the bedroom, or the black iron chandeliers in the living and dining room.
The living room of our apartment in Paris is flooded with light in the mornings as you can see. Two chandeliers grace the living room and dining area, giving the room a pretty French feel. We had the long sofa made for us in Italy and love the quality. You can take naps on it during the day or a trundle pulls out from underneath, pops up and voilÃÂ you have two single beds at night. The colors of our apartment are beiges and greens, with green and taupe striped silk curtains and pretty Provencal checks for the cushions. An antique white mirror hangs on the wall opposite the balcony, reflecting the sunlight and balcony view into the apartment. We were not quite finished with the apartment when we took the pictures, so doesn't include the two armchairs which face the sofa in a beige fabric.
Step out on the small balcony and enjoy the views over the Paris rooftops. The views don't stop there, because you have a unique straight-on view of the Ancient Clock Tower of the 7th arrondissement from two windows in the dining area of our Paris rental!
Beyond the living room of the apartment find the dining area, with contemporary glass and dark wood table and kitchen behind. The table expands to seat six for a dinner with family and friends.
The kitchen of our apartment is just beyond the dining table, beautifully designed for convenience in pale beech wood.
To the left of the kitchen is the pretty bathroom, tiled in beige Italian marble, with a geometric design in different colors for contrast. The bathroom of the Paris apartment features a full -sized shower with both fixed and flexible shower heads, a sink and shelves for storage.
Back to the entryway of the short term apartment; walk ahead past the first balcony and step into the Paris rental bedroom. There is an extra-wide queen-sized bed and another small balcony which you can step out on to enjoy the view of the golden dome of the Invalides Church and Paris rooftop views; you know you are in Paris the moment you step onto the balcony!
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