Located along rue des Sablons is this Paris luxury open plan apartment that has a Neo-Classic French design. It is situated on the third French floor of a very secure modern building in the 16th arrondissement, which is the district that is home to the Marmottan Museum, Louis Vuitton in Bois de Boulogne, the Modern Art Museum, the Guimet Museum, the Maison de Balzac, and the Radio House. The apartment itself has an area of 50 square meters that contains all the amenities you would need for a luxury vacation in this beautiful city.
Its living area is furnished with a double sofa bed that can comfortably sleep two people, a red buttoned chair, a center table, and a study desk for business and student travelers. On the side of the living area is a dining set for four in which you can enjoy the lovely home cooked meals from the apartment’s well-equipped kitchen.
The kitchen contains cooking essentials, including a boiler, a coffee machine, a freezer, a fridge, a microwave, a dishwasher, a toaster, and an oven, that allow you to prepare food at your own convenience. It even has a table by the kitchen window which would enable you to eat a quick breakfast before heading out. A washing machine, iron, and ironing board are also placed in the apartment to aid you in your vacation chores.
The Trocadero - Sablons bedroom is placed directly across the living area, and it is contained within a room that has a partition. It is furnished with a large bookshelf that has a pullout wall bed to provide you with a clutter-free space during your stay. The bathroom is placed within the bedroom section, and it has a separate bath area and toilet area for your convenience. The bath area is furnished with double sinks, a bathroom cabinet, a hairdryer, and a bathtub with a detachable shower head. The water closet, on the other hand, contains the toilet.
Located in one of the finest and safest Parisian districts, this luxury Paris apartment is ideal for those who would like to live in luxury in Paris. The 16th arrondissement can be compared to New York’s Upper East Side, and London’s Chelsea and Kensington. Its large residential streets are lined with Haussmann buildings and small courtyards in which the elite live, and exploring the area is delightful enough as you bask yourself in the glamorous atmosphere of the place.
Nearby are some Parisian attractions: Bois de Boulogne’s Louis Vuitton, the Marmottan Museum, the Modern Art Museum, the Guimet Museum, the Maison de Balzac, and the Radio House, making it easier for you to go around places of interest in Paris.
The famous old Parisian pedestrian called Rue de l’Annonciation has a string of outdoor cafes, restaurants, and bakeries, one of which is Les Merveilleux by Fred that offers meringues wrapped in chocolate whipped cream, vanilla, and coffee. Carette!, in which you may enjoy the Eiffel Tower from its terrace, offers the best chocolate eclairs in Paris, so make sure that you check it out as it is located nearby. Excellent restaurants, such as Le Hide, Jules Verne, La Gazette, and Restaurant Bon, are located nearby, along with bars and pubs, including Brady's Irish Pub, Pub Kléber, Le Dokhan's Bar, and Lush Bar. Cheap eats, some of which include Sgabetti, Happiz, Pomme De Pain, and Le Hide, can be easily accessed so you need not worry about your meals and entertainment during your stay.
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.
Within the vicinity are the La Muette 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 Trocadero - Sablons.