About this listing
Unique 40 sq.mt one bedroom apartment for rent in Paris, located on the fifth floor of a historical building (with elevator) just by the place Vendôme, in the heart of the city.
Well designed and newly refurbished in Spring 2006 with a classic style, the apartment offers a welcoming and cosy environment, ideal for feeling right at home, with the added bonus of being in an area regarded as one of the most prestigious in Paris.
The entrance to the apartment opens up on a large living room with two large windows with southern exposure which fill the room with light and overlook the silent courtyard. The sitting area offers a large convertible sofa bed (140x180), a matching ottoman and a glass coffee table, whilst the dining area offers a table for 4/6 people with matching cupboards, in front of the open plan kitchen, fully equipped with all necessities including a microwave oven.
The bedroom, with the same parquet flooring, colour scheme and southern exposure as the living area, offers a large double bed (160x190), a closet with sliding doors and a comfortable en-suite bathroom with a shower with hydro massage, a basin, a bidet and a toilet.
The apartment is located in a very silent and peaceful street, allowing for very relaxing and pleasant stays.
Guests have access to the entire apartment, and have full use of the kitchen. Sheets and towels are provided for free.
Interaction with Guests
Upon arrival we will be waiting for you at the apartment to hand over the keys and show you the facilities. During your stay, we will be at your disposal for everything you need.
This part of Paris has nearly no equivalent when speaking about location and proximity of centers of interest. Right in the 1st arrondissement, in between the "place de la Concorde" the Opera and the Louvre, the apartment is surrounded by History.
Here culture meets the business sector. The area is ideally located for work as many companies and banks are based there or within a short distance. Four of the best hotels in Paris are right nearby, the Crillon, the Ritz, the Meurice and the trendier Hotel Costes.
Already very important during the three centuries before the French Revolution in 1789, this part of Paris has always developed and evolved. In the 16th and 17th century the "Jardin des Tuileries" and the "Place Vendôme" were created. Minor changes to the streets occurred later, for instance "rue de la Paix" (originally "rue Napoléon") was built at the beginning of the 19th century. The rue Saint-Honoré was known as been a place where all ranks of nobility and rich Parisian families found their suppliers since the 16th century. Nowadays the places and people have evolved, but the trend is the same. Except for Sundays, when all shops are closed, the area is always busy and lively.
With all this History what we now have is an amazing architecture and museums. All the streets in the neighbourhood have a very specific theme, the buildings all present a harmonious architecture and design and most of them if not all are of historical importance.
The "Jardin des Tuileries" itself is another piece of History, and in addition to its green area it offers a couple of museums (Le Jeu de Paume and l`Orangerie). Through this garden, and thanks to the Passerelle Solférino, it is easy to access the museum of Orsay, whereas within a short walking distance one also reaches the Louvre. For more theatrical entertainment the "La Comédie Française" and the Opéra Garnier are also very close by.
The nearest metro stations are Tuilerie (line 1) and Concorde (lines 1 and 12)
Other Things to Note
- Coffee machine
- Microwave oven
- Ironing set
- Electric kettle
- DVD player
- Pets not allowed
- No smoking