About this listing
Cosy 60 square meters with high ceiling in an Art Deco building. 5th floor with elevator. Lots of natural light. Very quiet neighborhood. Walking distance from the Eiffel Tower. We're always available for tips about cafés, exhibitions…
Welcome to our spacious 60 square meter (660 square feet) one bedroom apartment on the 5th floor (with elevator) of a beautiful 1930s residential art deco building within walking distance of the Eiffel Tower. The building is equipped with an electronic entry code as well as a concierge. The apartment overlooks rue Alasseur, a calm residential street.
° The area surrounding your Paris address is predominantly residential in character with a healthy mix of neighborhood commerce and conveniences. Only one block away you'll find a varied assortment of restaurants, cozy bistros, tea-rooms and brasseries. Each Wednesday and Sunday morning is a lively open-air farmer's market.
° The living room has a high ceiling (4.50 meters), a large picture window and nice 1930s furniture. There is a new pair of comfortable armchairs and a couch to relax.
° The bedroom is furnished with a queen-size bed, night tables and reading lights. It opens onto the spacious living room.
° The bathroom contains a full bathtub with a combination shower, a WC and a sink. Towels are provided. Bed linen and bathroom towels will be changed once a week.
° The kitchen contains a washing machine, a refrigerator, a microwave oven and two electrical stove burners, ricecooker, dishes, plates, silverware, glasses, cups, etc…, a kettle, a coffee machine, an expresso machine iron and board.
Internet wireless connection
Bed linen and towels
Pots and pans
° The apartment is well served by both metro and bus. The closest metro stop is "La Motte-Picquet Grenelle" which is on three metro lines. From "La Motte-Picquet Grenelle" you travel DIRECTLY (no transfer) to:
Heart of the Left Bank, Saint-Germain-des -PrèThe Latin QuarteArc of TriumpSorbonnHôpital des InvalidePlace de la ConcordParis OperMontparnassTrocadéro
From CDG Le bus direct is the best way to reach the apartment directly :
From Orly, you use Orlybus until Denfert Rochereau then you take the metro line until Motte piquet grenelle.
The Air France buses connecting to Charles de Gaulle airports leave every 45 minutes from the "Invalides" metro stop, which is three metro stops direct from "La Motte-Picquet Grenelle".
° There is a Vélib station nearby on rue Dupleix and an Autolib station nearby on avenue de Suffren.
° The offices of UNESCO are within short walking distance as is the new Musée du Quai Branly, Trocadéro, Musée d'art moderne, Musée Rodin etc.
° The apartment is a no-smoking environment and no pets are permitted.
° The overall atmosphere of the apartment is one of warmth and tranquility: hardwood floors, many books, period furniture and generous amounts of afternoon sunlight offer you an authentic Parisian experience.
The entire apartment is at guest's disposal.
Interaction with guests
I welcome personally my guests for the checking-in in order to give the information they need, or eventually special tips.
This neighborhood is particularly well connected with metro and bus. My guests are particularly happy to be in a quite street, with all local shops and restaurants around .. and beside the Eiffel Tower.
Regarding transportation, during the booking, I always give the information, which suits the best the needs of our guests.
Other things to note
I am enjoying a lot to host my guests. I started in 2012 thinking that I will proceed like when I have friends coming home. And it worked perfectly !
Guests should be aware that the building is a quiet one ; so is the neighborhood.
From Jul 30 - Aug 30, 2017 the minimum stay is 29 nights.
I have been living in this beautiful art deco building for over 20 years and have always enjoyed it. It is well-kept. The concierge is on duty from 7 am to 12 am and from 3 pm to 7 pm. The apartment is very quiet. It is perfect for a couple. There is a large desk if you have to work on your computer or do some writing.
The neighborhood is very nice : both safe and quiet, with a large choice of restaurants and cafés. Walking to the Champ de Mars and jogging or just hanging around there on a bench is always a treat at any time of the year. There is a wonderful farmer's market nearby on Wednesdays and Sundays. You're 5 metro stops from Saint-Germain-des-Prés, 4 from Montparnasse and 4 from Etoile. You can cross the river and walk to the Trocadero, or stroll along the river to the Musée d'art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, or to the new Quai Branly Museum. I'll be happy to provide information about local shops, restaurants and places of interest.