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Light and Spacious Parisian Apartment with Enclosed Terrace

Saint-Germain
Bedrooms
2
Bedrooms
Bathrooms
2
Bathrooms
Guests
4
Guests

Stayy Features:

  • 24/7 Support
  • Fresh White Bed Linens
  • 24hr In-Person Check-In
  • Oversized White Towels
  • Professional Cleaning

The space

This typical Parisian apartment in all its elegance is situated on a beautiful street near the Palais Bourbon, only a 2 minute walk from des Invalides and less than 5 minutes from the metro station Varenne and Invalides. You are in the heart of Paris and very close to des Invalides, the Rodin Museum, the Grand Palais and the Eiffel Tower (only 20 minutes away by foot!)

The flat has big windows that let the light in and give a nice view of the buildings court yard, meaning that you have none of the noise from the street.

The living / dining room has a cosy area with two couches and a glass coffee table for you to relax after a long day, and a large dark wood dining table so you can enjoy a home made meal with your friends and family.

The flat has a 1 large bedroom with a king size bed and a private bathroom with a shower and bathtub and another room with a pull out couch and a TV. We provide premium quality linen and towels that are 100% cotton and 300 thread count.

The spacious kitchen is fully equipped with a washing machine, kettle, toaster and even a Nespresso coffee machine! You will also find tea, coffee and sugar at your disposal.

There are two bathrooms. The first is an en suite from the main bedroom, and the second has a small shower. There is a a hair dryer provided, for your convenience! Also provided are quality towels, shampoo, shower gel and hand soap in the bathrooms.

Access

You have access to the entire apartment, which is cleaned professionally with fresh luxury linens and is prepared for each new visitor. 

We'll arrange for a welcome person to meet you at the property to hand over the keys and let you into the home. Our standard check-in time is from 3pm.

This home sits on the first floor of the building and can be accessed by the lift from street level.

The Neighbourhood 

The home of Paris’ avant-garde intellectuals since the 1940s, the beautiful and perpetually interesting area of Saint-Germain is now home to many top end fashion shops, bars and restaurants. The area centres around the Church of St. Germain des Prés, which is over 850 years old and well worth a look around for its fine gothic interior. Head south to the iconic Luxembourg Gardens and enjoy a walk around some of the 62 acres of beautifully sculpted green space dating back to the 17th century. Nearby is the world famous art gallery the Musée d'Orsay, which is home to many iconic works by artists including Monet, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne and Van Gogh. Remember to book in advance to avoid the lengthy queues. Finally, if you are a shopaholic, then head to Le Bon Marché, one of Paris’ most famous department stores, selling high end fashion from labels such as Gucci, Chloé and Louis Vuitton. Next door is La Grande Epicerie, which is known as “Paris’ Pantry” and is a high end food market with stalls selling the very best fresh produce.


For a bite to eat, try Le Caméléon; a traditional French bistro with an exciting and well crafted menu. Meanwhile, Le Comptoir du Relais offers an upmarket brasserie menu during the week with a five-course prix fixe at the weekends. Paris may be known for its haute cuisine, but if what you really need is a hearty slap up breakfast (especially the morning after a night of enjoying plenty of French wine), then try Breakfast in America for great US style diner food. For an evening drink, try Café Laurent, but be prepared to pay a high rice for your beverage. This legendary bar and cafe has been open over 300 years and previous patrons include Voltaire, Rousseau and Jean Paul Sartre. For a more laid back atmosphere, Caveau de la Huchette is a converted cellar that pays Jazz, swing and rock music as you drink and dance. For a cheap and cheerful cocktail bar, Le Cavern Club is the place to go with cocktails from as little as 3.50 Euro's.

The home of Paris’ avant-garde intellectuals since the 1940s, the beautiful and perpetually interesting area of Saint-Germain is now home to many top end fashion shops, bars and restaurants. The area centres around the Church of St. Germain des Prés, which is over 850 years old and well worth a look around for its fine gothic interior. Head south to the iconic Luxembourg Gardens and enjoy a walk around some of the 62 acres of beautifully sculpted green space dating back to the 17th century. Nearby is the world famous art gallery the Musée d'Orsay, which is home to many iconic works by artists including Monet, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne and Van Gogh. Remember to book in advance to avoid the lengthy queues. Finally, if you are a shopaholic, then head to Le Bon Marché, one of Paris’ most famous department stores, selling high end fashion from labels such as Gucci, Chloé and Louis Vuitton. Next door is La Grande Epicerie, which is known as “Paris’ Pantry” and is a high end food market with stalls selling the very best fresh produce.

For a bite to eat, try Le Caméléon; a traditional French bistro with an exciting and well crafted menu. Meanwhile, Le Comptoir du Relais offers an upmarket brasserie menu during the week with a five-course prix fixe at the weekends. Paris may be known for its haute cuisine, but if what you really need is a hearty slap up breakfast (especially the morning after a night of enjoying plenty of French wine), then try Breakfast in America for great US style diner food. For an evening drink, try Café Laurent, but be prepared to pay a high rice for your beverage. This legendary bar and cafe has been open over 300 years and previous patrons include Voltaire, Rousseau and Jean Paul Sartre. For a more laid back atmosphere, Caveau de la Huchette is a converted cellar that pays Jazz, swing and rock music as you drink and dance. For a cheap and cheerful cocktail bar, Le Cavern Club is the place to go with cocktails from as little as €3.50.

Sleeping arrangments

  • Bedroom 1
    • King Bed
  • Bedroom 2
    • Double Sofa Bed

Check-in

Our check-in time is preferred from 3PM onwards, however, we understand that sometimes travel needs to be flexible. After booking, please enquire about an earlier check-in with our team – we will always facilitate bag drops for early arrivals.

Access

  • Take the elevator or stairs up from street level to the first floor to access the apartment.

Amenities

  • There is a desk and chair in each bedroom.

Noise

  • The apartment faces the building's quiet shared courtyard.

Cancellation Policy

For stays up to 27 nights, the cancellation policy is:

  • 100% refund – If canceled at least 30 days prior to check-in date and within 48 hours of receiving booking confirmation
  • 50% refund – if canceled 7 or more days prior to check-in date
  • 0% refund – if canceled within 7 days of check-in date

For stays over 27 nights the cancellation terms might depend on the specific agreement with the host, on the length of the requested stay, and on city local regulations.

Our team will be able to provide you with all the cancellation details for the home you request to book for.

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House Rules

  • Maximum Guests: 4
  • Parties not allowed
  • Suitable for children under 12
  • Suitable for infants under 2
  • Not suitable for pets
  • No smoking

VAT & Service Fee

All fees and charges will be collected by Hostmaker on behalf of the Homeowner and will be inclusive of VAT.

Locations

Contact

  • Home Rental Management Services Stayy with Hostmaker™

  • stayy@hostmaker.co
  • Unit A101/102, The Biscuit Factory c/o Hostmaker London, SE16 4DG