Elegant and comfortable apartment in the typically French neighborhood of Passy and La Muette, a few steps from the Eiffel Tower, Place du Trocadero, the Monet Museum, the shopping avenue Passy, the Ranelagh gardens and the Bois de Boulogne. Well equipped, it can accommodate up to 4 people in a quiet, pleasant and comfortable apartment ... The apartment was completely renovated in November 2017.
The apartment is typically French with wooden floor :
- 1 living room with a sofa bed (real bed with a mattress)
- 1 bedroom with 1 double bed for 2 persons.
- 1 bathroom with shower and WC
- 1 large bedroom with 1 double bed for 2 persons
- 1 bathroom with shower and toilet
- a fully equipped kitchen
A Nespresso coffee machine
Plates, glasses, cutlery, pots and other cooking utensils.
- A large living room with a comfortable sofa convertible into a bed for 2 people, - Storage, hangers,
- Iron and ironing board
- A hair dryer
- And a cot and a high chair can be provided upon request
My apartment is equipped with sheets, quilts, pillows, towels and kitchen utensils, placed at your disposal.
This apartment is equipped with an unlimited high-speed wi-fi internet access and 1 HD TV.
Upon arrival, a free concierge service will listen to your requests. He will show you the best addresses and help you make your reservations for the duration of your stay.
A notice of the house will be given to you as well as 1 set of keys.
Beautiful buildings with Haussmann architecture, historical monuments, beautiful gardens and quiet streets.
At the heart of the historic "village" of Passy, in the 16th district of Paris, I invite you in the elegance and refinement of this famous district of the capital.
You will discover in a few minutes the Trocadero, The Eiffel Tower, and the Champs Elysees. Nearby, cultural enthusiasts can enjoy exhibitions at the Cité de l'Architecture, the Musée de la Marine, the Paris-Cinéaqua aquarium, the Palais de Tokyo, the Musée Galliera and the Musée Baccarat.
and the Guimet Museum of Asian Arts
You can also stroll on the banks of the Seine.
Rue de l'Annonciation, you will find small shops of proximity of high quality, luxury shops, the Passy Plazza.
To go to fill up fruits and vegetables, take the street of the Annunciation, once arrived at the end, go on your left, you will come face to face with the covered market of Passy. Very popular with gourmands for its variety of good fresh and varied products.
Return to the Rue de l'Annonciation and stop at the Sevilla shop. Maurice, the owner of the place, is one of the last designers of haute couture fabrics. You will find rare materials such as silk gabardine, flannel or wool knitwear. And who says haute couture says big names. While rummaging around, you will fall on both Hermès fabrics and Yves Saint-Laurent silks.
Walk along the Rue de l'Annonciation towards the Seine, at the end, you will come across Rue Raynouard. Slightly on the right is the House of Balzac. No sooner have you crossed the door than you are in the middle of a garden, rather small but a certain charm. Chairs invite you to take a break before entering the house. Inside, paintings acquired by the writer and other collectibles. We finally enter his personal office, then we start to imagine sitting long hours, pen in hand.
Stroll along Raynouard Street. Once at the end of it, you will land on Jean de la Fontaine Street and its tremendous architectural diversity.
At its peak between the 19th and 20th centuries, the Art Nouveau period offered us splendid achievements. Just below, the Hotel Mezzara, directed by the emblematic architect of this movement Hector Guimard.
The Castel Béranger, also made by Hector Guimard. Judged too exuberant during its inauguration, it is today regularly cited as "the most beautiful building in Paris".
Find Raynouard street. Walk a hundred meters then engulf yourself in the rue Berton. With its floor entirely composed of pavers and its wall covered with stones, this passage is a true jewel, as preserved from time. It is very simple, you will have the impression to make a jump in the 19th century by crossing this street in the appearance of small village.
Located rue des ... Waters, the Wine Museum exhibits more than 2000 objects and offers a dive into viticulture as well old as modern. The visit is organized around wax characters, a fun way to learn the development of our Bordeaux, our Burgundy and our Languedoc.
Direction Avenue Henri Martin and then join the rue Courbet, with a perspective well deserved aperitif. And incidentally a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower.
Ideally located to visit Paris, not far from the Eiffel Tower, close to the metro stations Passy and Muette and the RER C to easily access the Orsay Museum or Notre Dame.
Metro: Passy Line 6 (green color)
RER stations C Boulainvilliers and President Kennedy.
Bus 32 - 52 - 72: Passy
Autolib and velib station at 100m
Taxi station at 100m
- If you arrive from Roissy Charles de Gaulle or Orly airport, it will take 45 minutes to 1 hour to arrive at the apartment, the price is about 55 euros.
- If you arrive by train station, it is easier to take a taxi for about 20 euros
Sheets and towels are provided. Cleaning is done by professional staff on arrival and departure.
If you have a late check-in after 22:00, you will be asked a small extra fee of 10 euros to give to the person who will give the keys to the apartment.
If you want a cot, a baby high chair at your disposal in the apartment, thank you for reminding me at least 48 hours before your arrival.
Before leaving the apartment, be sure not to leave the keys in the lock as this will block the opening of the door from the outside. If a locksmith is needed to open the door, you will be charged 100 €.