Hello and welcome to another video tour of a vacation rental in Paris by New York Habitat ( ). Today, we will be showing you a nice studio apartment located on rue de Sevres, in Saint-Germain-des-Pres, Paris.
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To learn more about this vacation rental (ref. PA-1399), feel free to take a look at its description on our website ( ).
This vacation rental is located on the 7th floor (8th floor in the US) of an 18th century building with an elevator.
Upon entering the apartment, you will find yourself in the kitchen and dining area. The American-style kitchen is equipped with a small fridge, two electric burners, a sink, a microwave, a coffee maker, a toaster, and a small dining table with chairs.
The living area features a decorative marble fireplace an entire wall made up of windows, offering a spectacular view of the Parisian skyline and the golden dome of Les Invalides, as well as a partial view of the Eiffel Tower. The bed is found on the left corner of the living room and faces the windows.
The small bathroom features a bathtub, a sink, a mirror, and a small window. There is a separate toilet, as well as a closet in towards the entrance of the studio apartment.
As we mentioned it above, this vacation rental is located in the chic neighborhood of Saint-Germain-des-Pres, in the heart of Paris.
On rue Vaneau, you will find the amazing impasse des Artisans. Behind its large door, you will discover a sort of secret garden.
At 24 rue de Sevres, you will find Le Bon Marche. Opened in 1838, Le Bon Marche was the first ever department store to open in France. You will find many name brands there, as well as La Grande Epicerie of Paris, where you can buy fine delicatessens.
Right across the street from Le Bon Marche, you will find the Chapelle Epiphanie du Seminaire des Missions Etrangeres, whose interior is a must see.
Eventually, you can not miss the Eglise Saint-Germain-des-Pres, which was built in 558. It is surrounded by many well-known cafes, bars and restaurants, and you can even get a glimpse of the Tour Montparnasse from there, which is one of the largest skyscrapers in Paris.
Remember that New York Habitat offers hundreds of great apartments for rent all over Paris ( ), including vacation rentals ( ) and furnished apartments ( ).
Do not forget to check out our blog, where you can find plenty of information about the City of Light, such as in this article about the Museum Night in Paris ( ).
Thank you for joining us today. We hope to see you soon living like a local in Paris!