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Please note: Rates advertised on the listing can vary based on the season and are subject to change without prior notice based on the length of stay and number of people. Please contact with your Rental Specialist today about your travel dates.
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This neat and nice 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom luxury vacation rental in Élysée is a delightful retreat in the French capital. It joyfully accommodates up to 4 guests.
The holiday home boasts interiors that are at once breezy and bright, thanks to generous windows that bring in all the desired fresh air and sunshine. The sitting room features clean walls and polished parquet flooring, and it offers a comfy sofa set by the TV. Interesting art adorns the walls. The dining room provides an industrial glass-top table surrounded by sleek ghost chairs. It is served by the adjoining kitchen that contains the essentials for whipping up mini-banquets and intimate dinners, and which has a dinette with barstools.
You will love that the apartment overlooks a nifty courtyard for an added dimension of enjoyment and exhilaration. You will love, too, that the property is just a few blocks off glam and glitzy Avenue Champs-Élysées, one of the world’s most famous and fabulous districts. You will love more that it is within reach of boulangeries, crêperies, cafés, galleries, museums, performing arts venues, and other Parisian attractions.
Closest Paris Métro station: Saint-Philippine du Roule, a five-minute stroll to the southeast, from the corner of Rue Paul Baudry and Rue d’Artois.
Children above 12 welcome
Elevator in building
Linens and towels
Combo Washer & Dryer
Children under 12 welcome
The property belongs in Élysée, the 8th arrondissement of the City of Lights. The neighborhood, which is nestled on the right bank of the River Seine, prides itself on being a business district and the home of several of mighty France’s landmarks. Places of interest here include Champs-Élysées and the Élysée Palace, le Grand Palais, La Madeleine church, the historic Crillon hotel, and the monumental fountains at the Place de la Concorde. A part of l’Arc de Triomphe sits here. Getting to and from other parts of the city is quick and hassle-free, with the George V, Monceau, Saint-Augustin, Saint-Philippe du Roule, and several more Paris Métro stations serving the area.
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