Located on the third floor of a 19th-century apartment building along Avenue Paul Doumer, this Paris luxury apartment rental lies in an elegant and beautiful high-end neighborhood wherein numerous upscale shops and museums are located. This area in Passy has a number of well-kept 19th-century apartment buildings, and walking around the neighborhood on a lovely afternoon is delightful enough. The 2-bedroom Passy - Paul Doumer’s apartment building has been recently renovated, and it is now wheelchair friendly. It also has an elevator for your hassle-free Parisian experience.
With a 100-square meter area of living space, this apartment has a living area, a dining area, a kitchen, two bathrooms and two bedrooms that can accommodate up to four people. Its living area features an L-shaped couch, a center table, a media shelf with a television, two chairs, and two armchairs wherein you can relax after a long day in the city. Situated just beside the living area is the dining area with a utensil cabinet, and a 7-seater dining set in which you can enjoy the lovely home cooked meals from the apartment’s spacious kitchen.
The kitchen contains cooking essentials, including a boiler, coffee maker, freezer, fridge, microwave, toaster, dishwasher, and oven that allow you to prepare food at your own convenience. The kitchen even has its own four-seater dining set and a television, making it a good venue for a quick morning breakfast. A combo washer and dryer, iron, ironing board, and clothes dryer are also placed in the apartment to aid you with your vacation chores. A telephone and a high-speed WiFi connection are also available to keep you entertained throughout your stay in this luxury apartment.
Passy - Paul Doumer, in addition, has a wide terrace in which you can admire the breathtaking lush green garden and the apartment building’s courtyard.
With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, this apartment is ideal for small families or groups of friends as it can accommodate up to four people. The master bedroom is furnished with a queen-size bed, two bedside tables with lamps, and an en-suite bathroom that is fully-equipped with a toilet, double sink, built-in cabinets, and a full bathtub with a detachable shower head for your convenience.
The second bedroom, on the hand, is slightly smaller than the master bedroom, and it is furnished with a double bed that can accommodate two people. It doesn’t have an en-suite bathroom, but an independent bathroom is located across the hall in which a sink, toilet, and shower area are placed for your convenience.
A historical Parisian charm, Rue de Passy is not limited to its historical establishments. This upper market area has numerous boutiques including Joseph, Kenzo, Guerlain, L’Occitane, Gap, and Esprit. Tea rooms, such as Boutique Nespresso Passy, Le Passy, The Cool, and Creperie Chez Yannick, dot the area in which you may have your afternoon tea after shopping at Rue de Passy.
Excellent restaurants, such as Le Cinq, Arpege, Shang Palace, and Restaurant Guy Savoy, also dot the area, along with bars and pubs, including The Cork and Cavan, Connolly’s Corner, O’Sullivans Rebel Bar, and the Frog & the Prince.
Within the vicinity is the Jardins du Ranelagh wherein centuries-old chestnut trees are located, making it the perfect venue for an afternoon stroll. The Jardins du Ranelagh is ideal for families as it has a Parisian puppet theater, a merry-go-round, and donkey rides that will be enjoyed by children. Just by the garden is the Musee Marmottan in which the finest collection of Monet artwork is exhibited.
One of the best features of the apartment’s location is its closeness to the iconic Eiffel Tower which you may reach in only a few minutes. It’s also close to the Seine River, making it the ideal location for a Parisian apartment rental, be it short-term or long-term stay.
Within the vicinity are the Trocadero and Passy metro stops that give you a hassle-free access to other attractions within the city during your short-term or long-term stay at the Passy - Trocadero.