Welcome Home! Located a 10-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower and 50 metres from La Mute station (line 9), in the heart of the chic and secure district of Passy (16th arrondissement), completely refurbished by an architect, this apartment will seduce you with its modernity , its clarity, and its calmness. You will be there very well for a tourist or business trip, whether you are with family, with friends or even alone!
This charming Parisian studio can accommodate up to 4 travelers, it is spacious, tastefully refurbished and it is obvious that you will be seduced by its typical Parisian decoration. You have access to the whole apartment and I remain available to help you book tours and excursions, do not hesitate to ask me!
A few meters from the metro station La mute, come and taste the village life of the 16th arrondissement just a few steps from Passy. The Eiffel Tower and the Trocadéro are a 10-minute walk from the apartment. The area is safe, quiet and family but still lively, with many shops and restaurants nearby. You will be there very well for a tourist or business trip, whether you are with family, with friends or even alone! Surrounded by shops (immediate proximity to the Rue de Passy and the Passy market on weekends) and Restaurants for all budgets and all styles, you will feel as well for a professional stay as for a romantic stay or with family.
Finally, your children will love the playgrounds of the famous Ranelagh Gardens just a few metres from the apartment.
The Bois de Boulogne, the Vuitton Foundation and the acclimation Garden are also easily accessible.
An ancient village of Lumberjacks with a tranquil charm, the 16th arrondissement has managed to keep its atmosphere of yesteryear, with its picturesque and verdant rue Berti, but it is no longer home to its population of yesteryear. Here, it is now the private hotels, fashion boutiques and other luxury shops that are unveiled over the streets, and the most famous brands are found alongside the famous shopping street of Passy.
But the district of Passy, accessible by the Metro station of the same name, is also the house of Balzac, located on Rue Raynouard. A former residence of the famous writer today classified with historical Monuments, it houses a museum dedicated to Honoré de Balzac, in which are exposed manuscripts, letters autographs and rare editions.
A little farther, at the Charles Dickens Square, it is the Wine museum, set in beautiful vaulted caves of the fifteenth century, which relates, through its rich collection of more than 2 000 objects, the history of wine and its know-how through the ages. The district of Passy can also be proud to have preserved its beautiful covered market, including the stalls of fruit and vegetables, deli, cheeses, fish and other fresh produce will delight gourmets and fine food!
Transport: Metro La mute 3 minutes on foot (line 9)
RER A to Charles de Gaulle Etoile nearby.
Satellite or cable
Fully equipped kitchen
Thank you for respecting the places and the neighbors.
A baby cot is available.