"Happy about our few days in this flat, calm and comfortable, very well located"
Near the Invalides, this furnished rental for a few days in Paris, has that classical elegance which benefits from an ideal distribution for a cozy space where one will feel comfortable.
The entrance is through a corridor that leads to the living room - dining room. The corridor leads straight to the bathroom and on the left, to a bedroom full of charm.
The single room with a white boat bed is decorated in almond-green tones. Next to the single room is the separate bathroom, with its long white shelves, its large diameter "Rainshower" and its large mirror.
The main room of this furnished rental for a few days in Paris is L-shaped. It includes the living room and at the foot of the L, a kitchen and dining area. In the living room, an interesting ceiling fan with leaf-shaped blades reminds us of the colonial style, just as the coffee table. Passing from the living room to the dining-room, one admires a pretty, black chubby chest of drawers, like the dark wooden pedestal table in front of the entrance. These classic touches are recalled in the appliques and the lamp placed on the pedestal table.
The gleaming kitchen corner in black and steel, is hidden in the elbow of the L, all while contrasting with the dining room, whose chairs are dressed in white.
To go to the double room, on the right-hand side of the living room, the cornered sofa and the low library form a small corridor which allows to separate the spaces and thus forms a sort of antechamber. This quiet and welcoming room is decorated in eggshell tones equipped with a delightful curved gray dresser.
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In the upscale neighborhood of Les Invalides, this furnished rental for a few days in Paris is well surrounded by many prestigious restaurants and majestic monuments.
In the same street as the apartment, one finds first the Restaurant Auguste. Gaël Orieux officiated there after having worked, among others, in the Meurice and the George V. This Breton knows how to celebrate, in his dishes, the products of the sea that he loves so much.
Rather than "restaurant", the chef Alain Passard prefers to say "The house of cuisine" for the place that he created in his image on rue de Varenne and on which he has reigned for the last 30 years, Arpège. This house of cuisine celebrated its three Michelin stars in 2016.
Always close to this furnished rental for a few days in Paris you will find the David Toutain Restaurant. Raw wood and oak, its decoration makes you want to sit down and linger. Satisfaction is confirmed, when you taste the delicious meals the
chef prepares with his culinary instincts after giving him your “carte blanche” in other words free rein to prepare your meal.
The Brasserie Café Tribeca on rue Cler serves amazing Italian dishes (pizza, lasagna, linguine with cuttlefish ink and Italian delicatessen dishes) in a relaxed atmosphere with a neat and proper decoration.
In an elegant flowery setting, Mariette à Paris serves French cuisine with the singing accents of the South. The chef Alfredo Martin knows how to play southern variations on the different themes he learned from his master, Paul Bocuse.
A bakery in the neighborhood where all renders away quickly, Bakery Besnier Père et Fils serves fresh golden bread, delicious pastries and sandwiches for lunch.
Hervé Beaudron, the cellar sommelier who officiates in Ampelos, is a expert wine lover, who selects the best with great requirement and enthusiastically advises novices and confirmed wine connoisseur.
However we do not only taste the pleasures of the table near this furnished rental for a few days in Paris The arts of decoration are also at rendezvous with Gallery Thomas Boog, which gives pride to corals and shells. These are reworked into objects of art: faces of Arcimboldo shells, mirror borders or delicate marquetry on furniture with timeless lines.
The Museum of the Army, the Invalides, offers rich collections for battles enthusiasts. Armor and weapons dating from the Middle Ages, a collection of artillery and models and figurines, the history of the army is followed until the two World Wars.
Finally, the charming Basilica of Sainte Clotilde is dedicated to Clotilde, the second wife of Clovis. Built in a neo-Gothic style, it dates from the second half of the 19th century. César Franck, organist and composer of Belgian descent, was the official organist of the basilica from 1859 to 1890 and was able to inaugurate the superb Cavaillé-Coll organ.
|7 Min.||Invalides||8, 13|
|8 Min.||Vauban - Hôtel des Invalides||82, 92|
|9 Min.||Varenne - Raspail||68, 83, 84, 94|
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