A comfortable one bedroom apartment measuring 50Sq Metres ( 540 square feet) in a great area of Paris close to the Bon Marche and the Hermes store St Germain des Pres.
The property is located one minute from the metro Sevres Babylone, and the building also hosts the Hermes fashion boutique.
It is composed of a living room with a new double sofa-bed, dining area, kitchen with all cooking and eating amenities.
The bedroom has a queen size bed and the bathroom is en suite – the TV is located in the bedroom.
The bathroom has a bath with shower and sink.
The toilet is next to the entrance hall of the apartment.
The apartment is on the first floor with an elevator. The apartment is level with the first floor courtyard so other people who live in the building walk past the apartment as they cross the courtyard which you can see from the windows.
The telephone has free calls to most European and North American landlines.
The flat screen TV has cable TV + DVD player (European DVD’s) and is located in the bedroom.
7 Night minimum booking applies at Easter, Christmas and New Year.
Close to rue du Bac and the Bon Marche which has an amazing selection of food and great clothes too, the apartment is idea for boutique shopping in St Germain, and visiting all the places of interest and experiencing Paris' left bank.
Metro Sevres Babylone is across the road and the many buses take you to every area in Paris.
You are about 10mns walk to Boulevard Saint Germain, and a few minutes from the boutiques of St Germain and a few minutes to the Bon Marche department store with the finest gourmet food hall in Paris, and just step or take the elevator downstairs to browse the latest Hermes scarves.
There are 9 buses steps from the building taking you directly to all the sites. From the apartment you can walk to the Musee D'Orsay or the Louvres or hop on a bus for a few stops. Buses in the vicinity: 87-94-63-39-70-84-68
You are close to The Chapel of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal a chapel on rue du Bac, revered by Catholics as the site of three apparitions of the Virgin Mary in 1830.