About the property
- Apartment35 sqft
- Separate WC's0
- Minimum Stay5 nights
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 2
Near 2 train stations (3 minutes walk from tramway 'T2 Belvedere' and 10 minutes walk from 'Suresnes Mont-Valerien'), my flat is a nice apartment 2 rooms (35m²) in 1930 residence. It comprises 1 living room with a very nice view of Paris (Eiffel Tower, Montmartre, La Defense...), 1 bedroom, a small fitted kitchen and a small bathroom with WC. My flat is on the 4st and last floor of the building (no lift). South facing position, sunny and bright. Perfect condition, cosy furnishings. The residence is quiet. Close to bakery, 2 steps from a famous restaurant 'Les Jardins de Camille', 10 minutes from La Defense by transport (RER A, Metro Line 1, T2, buses), 10 minutes from the Fort of Mont-Valerien (historical site, American cemetery), 20 minutes walk from the downtown of Suresnes.
- Response time:
- within a few days
- English, Russian
- Calendar last updated:
- Aug 7, 2014
Why AUNEAU chose Puteaux
Because of its charms and its amazing view of Paris.
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Check-in: 12:30 PM
Check-out: 4:00 PM
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
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Historical site of the Fort of Mont-Valerien / American cemetery :
The Fort of Mont Valérien was built starting in 1841 in Suresnes, near Paris, overlooking the Bois de Boulogne wood. It was here, during the occupation – from 1940 to 1944 – that the Germans executed about a thousand hostages and prisoners. After then end of the war, on the 18th of June of 1945, General De Gaulle decided to consecrate this place himself during a ceremony dedicated to those who were massacred there. The Provisional Government of the French Republic ruled that a war memorial was to be erected, dedicated to the War of 1939-1945. Mont Valérien stood out as one of the most appropriate places for the Nation to pay homage to its Sons. Upon the initiative of Henri Frenay a great ceremony took place on November 11th of 1945. The bodies of fifteen combatants symbolizing the campaign of 1939-1940 – the Free French Movement, the Resistance Movement and the Deportation – were placed under the Arc de Triomphe during a solemn military parade, and then taken to a temporary crypt at Mont Valérien.
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Pets are not admitted. This apartment is non-smoking,