The apartment opens onto a hallway with a coat rack. On the right there is the bedroom with a window provided with blinds and looking into the inner courtyard; it is furnished with a double bed (140 cm), a wall closet and a standing mirror. Exposed beams and parquet flooring make the room cosy and welcoming.
Back into the hallway you walk down a corridor whose walls are treated with a special black varnish and can be thus used as blackboard. At the end of it there is the living room showcasing a double sofa bed (140 cm), a 6-seater dining table and a TV set. The kitchen is located in a side niche and is fitted with microwave, washing machine and coffee maker.
The bathroom has tub, basin and toilet, and it is placed on the left of the sitting room.
Extra facilities:- Washer/dryer- Water kettle- Toaster
AreaThe apartment is located parallel to the old Palais Royal D’Orleans, and through the Potier passage one easily reaches the gardens of the Palace, one of the most characteristic corners of Paris, with its old antique shops, 19th century boutiques and old post-revolutionary brothels.
This part of Paris has nearly no equivalent when speaking about location and proximity of centers of interest. Right in the 1st arrondissement, close to the Opera and the Louvre, the apartment is surrounded by History.Here culture meets the business sector. The area is ideally located for work as many companies and banks are based there or within a short distance. Four of the best hotels in Paris are right nearby, the Crillon, the Ritz, the Meurice and the trendier Hotel Costes.
Already very important during the three centuries before the French Revolution in 1789, this part of Paris has always developed and evolved. In the 16th and 17th century the "Jardin des Tuileries" and the "Place Vendôme" were created. Minor changes to the streets occurred later, for instance "rue de la Paix" (originally "rue Napoléon") was built at the beginning of the 19th century.The rue Saint-Honoré was known as been a place where all ranks of nobility and rich Parisian families found their suppliers since the 16th century. Nowadays the places and people have evolved, but the trend is the same. Except for Sundays, when all shops are closed, the area is always busy and lively.
With all this History what we now have is an amazing architecture and museums. All the streets in the neighbourhood have a very specific theme, the buildings all present a harmonious architecture and design and most of them if not all are of historical importance.The "Jardin des Tuileries" itself is another piece of History, and in addition to its green area it offers a couple of museums (Le Jeu de Paume and l`Orangerie). Through this garden, and thanks to the Passerelle Solférino, it is easy to access the museum of Orsay, whereas within a short walking distance one also reaches the Louvre. For more theatrical entertainment the "La Comédie Française" and the Opéra Garnier are also very close by.
Public transportThe closest subway stop is PALAIS ROYAL - MUSEE DU LOUVRE (linee 1 and 7).
ParkingThe closest garage is the Sogeparc France at approx. 200m, in 15 rue Croix des Petits Champs, 75001 PARIS.