This is an impeccable two bedroom Air Conditioned apartment, facing Casimir Perier, in the Saint Germain des Pres district (7th arrondissement, near rue de Bourgogne). It is in an 1850's building built in the Directoire style on the 5th American Floor w/elevator. From this location it's an easy stroll to the Musee Rodin, Musee D'Orsay, the Invalides, the rue Cler market, the rue du Bac - Blvd. Saint Germain area, or even across the Seine to the Tuileries and the Louvre.
Completely remodeled and refurbished in the spring of 2006, this Air Conditioned apartment, both luxurious and comfortable, will sleep 4 comfortably and 5 or 6 with permission of owners. Lovely windows, overlooking the street, are double-glazed and finished with beautiful silk curtains. The living room furnishings, a mixture of antiques and compatible modern, include a double sofa-bed, arm chair, coffee table, decorative fireplace with traditional mirror, original modern art, and oriental rug. There is DSL with Wi-Fi, and a wireless printer, a flat screen Cable TV and DVD, and a Bose Stereo. The dining area is part of the living room and has an antique Directoire bibliotheque and a matching, expandable table with chairs.
The larger bedroom has a "split" King size bed that can be separated into two single beds. The second, smaller, bedroom has a standard Queen sized bed and a large walk-in closet. Both bedrooms have street views, silk curtains and luxurious sheets and towels.
The Kitchen has been updated with new appliances, including a refrigerator w/freezer, electric cook-top w/four elements, a conventional oven, microwave oven, and dishwasher. There are gourmet cooking utensils, an espresso maker, dishes and everything needed for feeding a group. It's a well-equipped kitchen, designed for people who like to cook.
The modern bathroom has a spacious walk-in shower, heated towel rack, sink, and mirrored cabinets with ample storage space. There is a separate WC down the hall with a toilet and sink. A clothes washing machine and separate dryer are located behind sliding doors. Extras include an iron/ironing board, French hair dryer, power adapters, numerous guide books and maps, a variety of movies and CDs, use of two French cell phones (renters pay for phone time), and a land line with inexpensive phone service to the U.S.