Quiet apartment near Jardin du Luxembourg
- 6 travelers
- Minimum rental period: 4 days
- 3 bedrooms
- Surface: 85 m2 (914.9 ⏍)
- 2 bathrooms
- 6th floor, Elevator
This apartment and our agency
- Ref: V06976
- Paris town hall reg. num.: 7510602090369
- Managed by the agency since 2014
Ideally located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, close to Montparnasse, the magnificent Luxembourg Garden and the famous Bon Marché store, this spacious and luxurious 3-bedroom apartment (recently entirely renovated by an architect) is situated on the 4th floor with elevator of an elegant 19th century building. Very comfortable and of an absolute calmness (it overlooks two internal courtyards), this 80 sqm (860 sq ft) apartment features an entrance hall, a large and bright living with contemporary furniture, a completely equipped modern open kitchen, three double bedrooms (2 with double beds and one with twin beds), one bathroom with toilet macerator and one shower-room with WC. Ideal apartment for 4 to 6 people.
The apartment is equipped with an unlimited high speed Wi-Fi connection, a telephone offering unlimited calls to other fixed phones, including international, and to cell phones in France and USA and a flat-screen TV (with access to 100 French and international channels). A safe and a guest book detailing the technical specifications of the apartment’s equipments are available in the apartment.
Ideal to travel across Paris and its numerous places of interest. Ideal also for shopping: the immediate area has numerous luxury boutiques (Bon Marché store) and shops. Also: good restaurants, very famous cafés (Deux Magots, Flore), 7/7 food stores, cinemas, banks, pharmacies, health center (Arthur Vernes), etc. Transport are convenient thanks to taxis, buses and subway, all very close. The closest metro stations are Sèvres-Babylone (lines 10 and 12) Rennes (line 12) and Saint-Sulpice (line 4). A double bike (“VELIB”) and car (“AUTOLIB”) rental point is also close by.
- Fridge Freezer
- Washing machine
- Washer dryer
Public transport nearby
Did you know?
At 28 rue d'Assas, the rotation of the Earth was proven in 1851 by Léon Foucault. He then installed his pendulum, on a larger scale, on the ceiling of the Pantheon. A new version created in 1995 can be observed there.