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This exquisite 3-bedroom, 4-bathroom luxury vacation rental in Élysée is a fine retreat in the French capital that graciously accommodates up to 10 guests.
The holiday home on the fifth floor of a stunning building boasts interiors that are at once chic and charming. The open-plan living room is as sunny and airy as it is spacious and adorable, and it features a fairly high ceiling, polished herringbone wooden flooring, clean walls, and tasteful furnishings. The sitting area offers comfy chairs by the fascinating ornamental fireplace, while the dining area provides a swank long table for eight. The kitchen is both dapper and delightful, what with handsome cabinets and sleek countertops. It contains state-of-the-art appliances that make the whipping up of mini-feasts easy as pie.
You will love that the apartment is marked by romantic Juliet balconies overlooking the fabulous neighborhood. You will love, too, that the property is within kissing distance of Champs-Élysées, one of the world’s most glam and glitzy avenues. You will love more that it is just a few blocks off the River Seine, which splashes with opportunities for fun and adventure.
Closest Paris Métro station: Alma - Marceau, less than a ten-minute southwestward walk along Avenue George V, from the corner of Rue du Boccador and Rue de la Tremoille.
Long terms rental welcome
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Iron and Ironing board
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, Alma - Marceau, and several more Paris Métro stations serving the area.
Rome is more than the man-made monuments you see on postcards. In various areas in and around the city, there are huge gardens ready to give you a good amount of botanical bliss during your trip to the Italian capital. [...]