|start date||end date||sleeps||month||information|
|information:3 months max.|
Welcome to the 7th Arrondissement of Paris, in the a prestigious part of the city that overlooks the iconic Invalides building. In this two bedroom apartment located at the cross of Avenue de la Motte-Picquet & Boulevard de la Tour-Mabourg, in a Hausmannian building equipped with an elevator.
This fully furnished two bedroom apartment is modern and comfortable. The living room offers a sofa, a television and a dining table. Hardwood flooring throughout the apartment complements the crown molding and wall details for added charm. The separate kitchen has an L shape layout and is equipped with a fridge, oven, and microwave. The window allows for natural light to shine in the windows overlooking the hallway let the natural light shine everywhere. The bedroom 1 features a double sized bed, a television, a large window and even a small decorative fireplace. The bedroom 2 has two single sized beds and a television. The first bathroom features a bathtub and a sink. The second bathroom has a glass shower and a sink. The third and last bathroom has a toilet.
Immerse yourself in the history and architecture of the Invalides region of Paris. Feel free to get lost in the side streets filled with cafes, tea rooms, and bakeries. With multiple attractions in the area you will have something to do any day of the week. The beautiful Champ de Mars leading to the Eiffel Tower is simply marvelous and definitely worth spending an afternoon (or all day) basking in the views. Esplanade des Invalides (750m/0.5mi) is another green space with a view down the Seine River. For the history buff, there is the Army Museum and Rodin Museum with sculpture gardens nearby.
With a great location comes great transportation. École Militaire is the closest station for the Metro line 8. Use this means to explore the rest of this romantic city!
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.