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1 bedroom Admiral, Paris

Location: Admiral - Paris
Rent: 99 EUR/day
Rooms: 2
Added 02/04/2014
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This lovely Paris accommodation in St Germain is set on the sixth floor (with elevator) of a modern building located in Emile Dubois Street. The rental sleeps up to four people and enjoys a beautiful terrace with breathtaking views over Paris. This pleasant apartment in Paris St Germain has a welcoming bedroom with a comfortable double bed and TV. There is a stylish and complete bathroom with rain shower. The charming living area of this Paris accommodation is tastefully decorated and comes with a large and comfy sofa bed, TV and a dining table with chairs. The perfectly equipped kitchen of this apartment in Paris St Germain boasts all the modern amenities you may need to cook at home including a practical breakfast bar with stools. This property also benefits from Wi Fi, washing machine, heating, iron and ironing board. This Paris accommodation in St Germain is exceptionnaly located in the hearth of St Germain des Près, between the places St Germain des Près and Odéon, which is also the touristic hearth of Paris thanks to its historic atmosphere, the beauty of old buildings, the chic of bars and restaurants as well as the quality of fashion and decoration stores. The crossroads Buci Seine is famous for its outdoor market, butchers shop, delicatessen, fruits and vegetable, baker's and confectioner's, florists...etc. With a lot of bars and small « bistrots », this typical atmosphere of St Germain des Près, this is the perfect place of your summer evenings and week ends (3 minutes walking). The St Germain market (5 min walking), located on the other side of the St Germain boulevard, by taking the Lobineau street on the right after the La Seine street, the St Germain market is half a commercial gallery with fashion stores and half a indoor food market. There is a lot of variety of fresh food stands (butcher's store, delicatessen, fruits and vegetables...) . The café restaurants like Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots have made the reputation of the « Rive Gauche » and are still making the tradition (10 min walking). There are also a lot of small restaurants in the neighbourhood (Nesle street, Buci street, St André des Arts, Grégoire de Tour, Mazarine, St Germain Bd, etc).SIGHTS to 5 10 min walking : Luxembourg gardens : Wonderful public garden going up the La Seine street then the Tournon street, right away until the gardens. Walking down the St Germain Bd to the Seine, you cross the St Michel bridge until Notre Dame church. Notre Dame cathedral : Located on St Louis island, at 10 min walking only by the banks of the Seine, on the right end of the Dauphine street. Go across the Seine by St Michel bridge. St michel place. Panthéon place : To go up the Dauphine street and street of the «Ancienne comédie » until the St Germain bd and carry on the street until the Panthéon.St Germain place : Wonderful roman church in front of « Deux Magots » café.The Seine river and its garden under the Pont neuf, le oldest bridge of Paris with Henri IV statue, at the end of Dauphine street. In the middle of the bridge, take the stairs on the left to the small garden located under the bridge. Very nice mood for painters.By crossing the bridge and going straight away after the Rivoli street, you find The Halles and the Beaubourg museum on the right (15/20 min walking).Louvre Museum : The biggest and the most impressive parisian museum. The inside is gigantic and has about a hundred of rooms. An outdoor visite is a very pleasant walk that can be continued by the Tuileries garden, along the Rivoli street.To cross the Seine by the « Pont des arts » and have a drink to Café Marly which offers a nice view on the big Cour Carrée of Louvre courtyard and the Pyramid. Nearest metro station: Odéon Saint Michel

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