- 25 m²
- Opera / Vendôme / Louvre
- Metro station
A FEW WORDS
Modern studio recently renovated while keeping authentic aspect with its old stones of time. Present in a quiet street in the district of the great boulevards, you will be able to take advantage of all the animations of this very famous district: Galeries Lafayette, the big rex; the Opéra Garnier, the Grévin museum, the afterworks ...
The main room is equipped with a sofa bed convertible into a bed for 2 people, a TV area with a flat screen TV, a dining area with a table and chairs.The kitchen, open to the living room is fully and perfectly equipped. Many storage spaces are cleverly installed under the stairs.
The floor consists of an authentic wooden floor covering the entire apartment.
A modern staircase leads to the bedroom, in vanilla tones, has a bed for 2 people of 160cm X 200.
The bathroom has an Italian shower cubicle, sink with a large vanity and storage cabinet, a towel dryer and WC.
- Security code with Interphone
- Parking - on-street
- Washing machine
- Bed linen provided
- Linen and towels provided
- High speed internet access
- National and international phone calls
- Personalised welcome on arrival day
- Welcome products: soap, shampoo, coffee, tea
Optional services "A la carte"
- Chauffeur at airport or train station
- Tour of Paris
- Baby equipment
- Chef at home
- Breakfast basket on arrival
- Flowers, champagne
- Tickets for museum, shows, transportation
"The Grands Boulevards district is bounded on one side by the Place de l'Opéra, on the other by the Place de la République, and is a hotspot for Parisian nights and entertainment with its bars and grand breweries. , the many theaters (Opéra Comique, Folies Bergère, the Grand Rex ...) that line it and its clubs where one sways until the end of the night.This is also the den of the "afterworks" where the Employees of the neighborhood come to relax after work.With its stroll, the walker discovers beautiful buildings typically Haussmann and rush to the Grévin museum ... meet his favorite stars "(ref: parisinfo.com)