3 bedroom Self catering holiday apartment in Paris for family weekend
Luxury Self catering holiday accommodation in Paris for 6 people
This luxurious Self catering holiday accommodation in Paris , restored and designed by Toulouse Interiors, is a real dream – 1600 square feet elegantly combining the best of Old World Paris with modern luxuries and amenities, located on the 2nd floor (US floor) on a Haussmann, 19th Century Building with elevator. Staying at Residence Saint-Germain is the beginning of a unique Paris experience you will never forget.
The 2011, no-expense-spared restoration preserved the original hardwood floors, multiple original fireplaces, antique Baccarat Chandeliers and spectacular ceiling molding. The bathrooms and kitchen epitomize the height of today’s luxuries and amenities, including air conditioning. The décor throughout the apartment includes many original 19th century French antiques and artwork, handpicked by the owners, who are world-renowned antique dealers based in Los Angeles and Paris. Imagine living in a restored 19th century French apartment appointed by art and furnishings which are original to the same period.
Area Information :
One would have trouble finding a more desirable Parisian address than that of Residence Saint-Germain. This important property is located less than one block to the Saint-Germain-des-Pres church. As well as the famous literary café’s and eateries: Café de Flore, Les Deux Magots and Brasserie Lipp. In their heyday, patrons included the likes of Ernest Hemmingway, Jean Paul Sartre and Pablo Picasso. Conveniences include a Monoprix (French supermarket) across the street and the Saint-Germain-des-Pres Metro and Bus stops around the corner. Which connect you with the rest of the Left Bank as well as greater Paris. Walking Distances from Residence Saint-Germain: Saint Germain church
– 1 minute Les Deux Magots Café.
– 1 minute Musee Maillol .
– 3 minutes The Seine River .
– 5 minutes Luxembourg Gardens.
– 5 minutes Sorbonne University .
– 8 minutes Musee d’Orsay .
– 10 minutes The Louvre – 15 minutes.