Adorable Parisian Studio with View of Eiffel Tower
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Enjoy a gorgeous view of the Eiffel tower from this cute Parisian studio. Stroll to the tower and the Champ de Mars in an easy 5-8 minutes, or head for the Seine and walk along the river. The apartment is in the 15th arrondissement (right on the edge of the 7th arrondissement). It's a residential neighborhood, not a touristy one. The queen-sized bed, goose feather pillows, and down comforter ensures a great night's sleep for two people. Wake up to the smell of fresh baguettes in the bakery downstairs. When you're ready to go, getting around the city is easy: there's a metro stop right across the street! The apartment is 27 square meters (a little under 300 square feet). It is on the 6th floor (7th if you count floors the American way), which means a view of the rooftops and of the Eiffel Tower. It also means quite a few stairs—unfortunately, it is not handicap-accessible. (No elevator.) Kitchen: Brand-new stove top, a compact counter-top oven, a water boiler, and all the cookware you might need are at your disposal. Choose between a Bodum french press and an Italian-style percolator for your morning coffee. Have a leisurely breakfast at the table by the window (seats 4-6) and head out for the day! Bathroom: Bathtub-shower, space for your toiletries, and everything you need to get ready for the day. Soap, shampoo and conditioner are provided. Laundry: There is a laundry machine in the kitchen for your use. Detergent and drying rack provided. There is a hand-held steamer you can use to keep your clothes wrinkle-free. Heating: There is an electric heater, which you are welcome to adjust to your liking. There is a fan if you get too warm. Private Wifi included. The bakery on the ground floor of the building makes great baguettes (their baguette tradition is my favorite!) and the famous Poilâne bakery is two blocks away. There are several cafés, restaurants, and bars within a two-block radius: lots of wonderful French food and wine. If you want to mix things up, you can easily find great Italian or Korean food, too. I'll give you a list of my favorites when you arrive, so you'll know where to go.