|Lit double (2)||Lit simple (0)||Fer et planche à repasser||Four|
|Ordinateur||Parking||Réfrigérateur||Salle de fitness|
|Télévision||WiFi||Draps et serviettes||Coffre-fort|
|Baignoire||Ascenseur||Air conditionné||Accès handicapés|
I stayed in Paris for 10 weeks. The first month was in another apartment in the 6th near the Odeon. And when I compare this apartment and its location (for about the same price) to the other one there is no comparison. This is the nicest apartment I have ever rented and I loved the location. I really felt like I was living with Parisians (and not tourist). The apartment is just two block from Bon Marche which is great for foodies. The apartment is huge, with lots of light and spectacular views of the Tour Eiffel and Les Invalides. I stayed in what I called the West Wing in the master bedroom and when I had friend/family visit they stayed in the East Wing. I can't recommend this apartment enough...it truly was Parfait!!!
HomeAway 5/5 stars
Buried in a quiet residential street that ends in a partial cul de sac, complete with a small parc is an elegant stone building that houses the wonderful apartment we called home while in Paris this summer.
We are an active bunch and love to walk and sight see, even though my grand daughters are only three and five. But at the end of the day, when everyone is tired, we relished meeting for a fabulous home cooked meal around a dining room table that looked like it came from a castle far, far away.
Of course it's not difficult to be moved when you can see the the Eiffel tower becoming a beacon in the night from your very own dining room.
After the kids were asleep my husband and I sat every evening watching dusk overcome the city of lights and marvelling at the beauty of it all: from our bedroom window we could clearly see the illuminated dome of Les Invalides, the military complex built by Louis XIV for his aged and sick soldiers, which houses the mortal remains of none other than Napoleon Bonaparte.
There are busier parts of Paris that one can stay in, but one of the things we liked the most was the quiet residential character of the streets surrounding the apartment. Within a five minute walk is Bon Marché's La Grand Épicerie, a foodie hang out if there ever was one, where we would grab last minute things for dinner that night.
The apartment is spacious and elegant because of it's situation but the appointments are rather casual which is what we prefer: sofas with cozy fabrics, a wood floor showing natural veining throughout and solid wood beams with a cathedral effect.
This apartment is best for two couples or a family with teenagers as the second bedroom is far from the master bedroom and we had a night or two of walking back and forth as our little ones got used to a new place.
But the luxury of having a lot of space (especially in crowded Paris) made up for that small loss of sleep, and of course we looked forward to sending Napoleon a good knight kiss, every night!
HomeAway 5/5 stars
The views from this apartment are so stunning literally every single visitor who came by during our stay took photos and posted them on Facebook.
It wasn't "home away from home" because it was so much more stunning and spacious than my own home -- vast rooms, glorious vistas, window boxes full of life and beautiful decor. The neighborhood is calm and quiet and I really appreciated that as a refuge from the busy city. The location is convenient and the Grand Epicèrie at Le Bon Marché meant that we had access to the finest food on earth minutes walk away. It was heaven. I would stay there any and every time I could.
HomeAway 5/5 stars
We rented this at the last minute when our hotel reservations fell through, and it was a stroke of good luck! This apartment was large and luxurious, with over sixteen windows, many of which open onto a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower and dome of Louix XIV cathedral. A real taste of authentic Paris, yet steps from major attractions and small bistros, a cute breakfast place that makes its own bread, a large gourmet grocery story with prepared food in several types of cuisine, a charming ice cream place, a small, neighborhood park, a chocolatier, a haberdashery, a hosiery, and more boutique stores. Very fashionable neighborhood. Our only complaint was that the kitchen was not well equipped and the oven and dryer were so different from American style appliances. We could have used more detailed instruction in English. The building is old and quirky but that was part of the charm.
We spent a wonderfoul stay in this gorgeous apartment with an increible view over the tour Eiffel and the invalides and the typical roofs of Paris .The place is enormous, the facilities fantastic . Everything we need was there , clean and perfect...
The decoration has a plendid parisan taste . Internet sometimes wasn' t totally working well.We recommend it to everyone who wishes living as a parisian way. The location couldn' t be better.
HomeAway 4/5 stars