"Comfort very appreciated, the apartment did not disappoint us, all was according to the description and very close to the Eiffel Tower!"
This Short stay rental near Les Invalides is a magnificent apartment very close to the Quai d'Orsay and the Eiffel Tower. It is decorated with classicism and taste, touches of color here and there as well as leather and mahogany inspirations that enhance the overall style of the apartment.
We enter through the dining room - kitchen. Opposite, at the end of a small hall, one finds the first double bedroom along with its en-suite bathroom, and the separated toilet.
To the left of the entrance, one passes trough the living room, exposed towards the South and which benefits from an exceptional luminosity. At the end on the right of the living room the second double bedroom is found, included as well with its en-suite bathroom.
In the first bedroom, a pretty black console with wooden drawers, a leather armchair and a "banker" lamp with glass shade Tiffany stained glass all create a 1930s atmosphere. Sunflower style engravings make pretty sunspots on the walls.
In the second bedroom, the atmosphere is romantic, with mahogany furniture, a wicker rattan chair and antique style dresser with a folding mirror in the tray. The en-suite bathroom to this marvelous bedroom is beautifully decorated in tones of red marble.
The superb dining and kitchen area keeps a country house spirit with its white-brown fretwork kitchen furniture; an empire pedestal table and a large mirror complete the set.
The luxurious living room is not to be left unspoken of, since it has a chandelier with charms and a dining area with an Empire-style table in white feet and a wooden tray. A charming small white Louis XV desk cabinet with a glass-cut mirror above it occupies the space between the two windows. Four glass wall lamps in the four corners of the room recall the beautiful chandelier in the center of the space.
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This Short stay rental near Les Invalides is located in a very particular district of Paris. At the beginning of the 19th century, the Quartier du Gros Caillou housed an enormous manufactory of tobacco, whose chimneys constantly coughed up a thick smoke. The neighborhood underwent a radical transformation with the construction of the Eiffel Tower and is now one of the most chic of Paris.
The long war campaigns of Louis XIV produced their lot of wounded soldiers. In 1670, the King ordered the construction of a hospital to treat the disabled or invalid of the war: the Hôtel des Invalides. The entire complex of buildings, which is the flagship of the classical French architecture, today houses several museums and institutions.
You will have no trouble finding quality restaurants close to this Short stay rental near Les Invalides. On Rue Surcouf, the Indian restaurant Chez Raja offers fine cuisine from North India and Pakistan, in other words, from the Punjab region. You will find the aromas of Indian cuisine in their entire splendor.
By the way, Rue Surcouf bears the name of the corsair Robert Surcouf, born in Saint-Malo in 1773 and who harassed the ships of the British navy during six years. Great Britain and France were then at war, and the corsairs had a letter of mark which authorized them to attack the enemy's ships. Surcouf received the Legion of Honor for his exploits.
Near the Eiffel Tower, the bistro Chez France is faithful to the traditions of Parisian bistros. Tables lined up next to each other, paper tablecloths and above all reliable French cuisine and dishes prepared from fresh produce, all are there.
For a more rustic but no less delicious meal, we go to the creperie Le Crépuscule to savor, as you guessed, savory salted at sugar crepes. Special mention for the caramel crêpe with salted butter, for which one goes forth to savor with pleasure.
You will not have to venture very far from this Short stay rental near Les Invalides to be able to taste an authentic Parisian baguette. The bakery Nelly Julien does not displease, thanks to its quality products that bring water to the mouth.
On Rue Saint-Dominique, there are several addresses for the fashionable and the demanding. Ba&sh remains a must, for a fashion with femininity full of audacity, light, playful and colorful. There is not just one, but two Aoshida shops in this same street. They bring together brands and creators at the forefront of fashion to satisfy the sharpest tastes.
Still, on the Rue Saint-Dominique, you will find in the house linen shop Blanc des Vosges beautiful bed linen in cotton, percale and jacquard satin, as well as tablecloths in damask cotton.
|Metro||6 Min.||La Tour-Maubourg||8|
|8 Min.||Invalides||8, 13|
|Bus||3 Min.||Saint-Pierre du Gros Caillou||69|
|4 Min.||La Tour Maubourg - Saint Dominique||28|
|8 Min.||Pont des Invalides||63, 83, 93|
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