Lovely Flat in the 16th Arrondissement
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Whole apartment of 35m², ground floor
max. 4 guests
Living room Double couch bed
Bedroom Double bed 140×200cm
Comfortable and very well located, this apartment is the perfect place for a stay in Paris! Ideally located apartment,in the 16th arrondissement is home to foreign embassies and renowned museums and is fully equipped for your comfort. This bright and spacious apartment is perfect for friends, or couples willing to have an authentic Parisian experience.
The apartment is located in the heart of the 16th arrondissement. The apartment is integral and located in our house. This magnificent listed house is a former artist's studio, built by the sculptor Paul Albert Bartholome in 1900, converted into a dwelling in 2014. Overlooking the courtyard, it is very quiet, ideal for resting after a nice day of sightseeing. Modern and tastefully decorated, you will enjoy a beautiful living room and a fully equipped kitchen (fridge, hob, oven, kettle). The living room is spacious and bright; you will discover a typical Parisian wood floor. The room, bright and warm, has a double bed. The sofa bed can comfortably accommodate 2 people. The bathroom is equipped with a shower and a washing machine. The toilets are separated. All sheets, towels and tea towels are included
The entire accommodation is accessible to travelers.
I live close by and am happy to help whenever I'm around, but when I'm not, there is a 24/7 on the phone concierge service that can provide you assistance any time of the day.
Formerly a lumberjacks' village full of tranquil charm, The 16ème arrondissement kept its old-fashioned atmosphere with its picturesque and leafy Rue Berton, its previous residents have now made way for mansions, fashion boutiques and other luxury stores that line its streets, while the most famous labels line Passy's famous shopping street. Yet the Passy district, accessible via the Metro station of the same name, also includes Balzac's house on Rue Raynouard. As the former home of the famous writer, who lived there from 1840 to 1847, it is now a listed Historic Monument and houses a museum dedicated to Honoré de Balzac, with displays of manuscripts, handwritten letters and rare editions. A little further along on Square Charles Dickens stands the Wine Museum, based in magnificent vaulted cellars built in the 15th century. With its rich collection of over 2,000 objects, it tells the story of wine and winemaking through the ages. The Passy district also boasts a beautifully preserved covered market, where the stalls selling fruit and vegetables, delicatessen products, cheese, fish and other fresh produce will delight food-lovers and sophisticated gourmets!
Note: There are stairs to access the flat. Please note we do charge a 20€ late check-in fee after 10PM. If you require additional cleans/ linens during your stay for a fee, please contact us. There is a zero-tolerance policy for smoking in the property. If our team discovers any evidence that this rule has been breached (e.g., smoke smell, ashes, butts, etc.) we fully reserve the right to charge a €300 smoking fee, at minimum.
Cleaning equipment storage
Hot water system
Laptop Friendly Workspace
Long Term Rentals Available
Full Equipped Kitchen
LocationYou can see the precise location after booking.
- Self check-in
- Check-in: 15:00
- Check-out: 10:00
- We thoroughly clean and disinfect each property before and after every stay.
- Suitable for children
- Suitable for infants
- No pets allowed
- No parties allowed
- No smoking policy
- Security deposit of 500.00 € may be requested in advance
Free cancellation policy up to 5 days before check-in date.
It was a pleasure to stay here. The place has big, beautiful windows and two skylights, plus a nice kitchen. Wish I could have stayed longer!
This property is managed by a private host
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