This 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom pied-a-terre, located in the golden triangle of Paris, overlooks on a high floor the stunning district of Champs-Elysees which has often been hailed as the 'World's Most Beautiful Street'. Located just across the Four Season Hotel, this spacious apartment represents the right mix of French elegance and modern comfort. For a whole new kind of Parisian-living experience, choose this lovely abode for your accommodation in Paris. The apartment facing the prestigious palaces of the Avenue, is located in an exclusive and highly-secured building with elevator access. The apartment is wide, with around 80 sq. m. of floor space that consists of a living room, a long balcony with a nice view of Parisian buildings, 1-bedroom, a small kitchen and a bathroom (also separate W/C therefore two toilets). The tall, ceiling-to-floor glass windows that adorn the apartment from wall to wall welcomes bright, natural light that emanates throughout the whole apartment.
The living room of this apartment features a comfortable sofa-bed (folds out into a queen size bed), several wooden chairs with intricate etchings, a coffee table, flat-screen cable TV, phone service and fast wifi. Not too far away from the living room is a kitchen where you can prepare all your basic meals. There is also a 2-in-1 washing machine and dryer available for your use in the apartment.
The bedroom in this apartment is fairly large and can accommodate up to 4 people. The queen-sized bed in this room may be split to form two single beds whenever you wish. It has an AC unit for your comfort. (if you leave bedroom door open, you will be able to get cool air in the apartment from the AC unit located in bedroom).
The bathroom comes with a bathtub/shower and toilet. There is also a separate wash room located across the hallway which consists of a sink and toilet.
If you seek French elegance, chic furnishings, and a temporary refuge from the busy Parisian streets, this property is the perfect option.
Nearest metro: Charles de Gaulle-Etoile, George V