This charming and comfortable 48 square meters , 1 Bedroom, quiet apartment is located on avenue de Wagram in the 17th arrondissement, on the 1 st French floor of a 19th century walk up building and it sleeps 2 people.
This charming and comfortable 48 square meters , 1 Bedroom, quiet apartment is located on avenue de Wagram in the 17th arrondissement, on the 1 st French floor of a 19th century walk up building and it sleeps 2 people. This apartment is equipped with : washer, dishwasher, cable with english channels, TV, unlimited very high speed fibre optic internet access (100 Meg/sec) with wifi access inside and outside the flat, 19th century decorative fireplace. Also provided : Bed linens, Blankets, Pillows, Towels and Kitchen utensils
The 19th century building is equipped with : security code, intercom.
The 15 square meters living room has 2 windows facing courtyard . It is equipped with : single sofa bed, TV, 2 armchairs, hard wood floor.
The 19 square meters separated kitchen has 2 windows facing courtyard . It is equipped with : dining table for 6 people, fridge, Induction hob, extractor hood, oven, microwave, washer, kettle, toaster, and all kitchen utensils, built-in shelves, built-in wall closet, hard wood floor, tiled floor.
The 10 square meters bedroom has a window facing courtyard . It is equipped with : european Hypnos king size bed (1.60m), glass desk, hard wood floor.
The 4 square meters bathroom is equipped with : washbasin, lighted rain shower, toilet, tiled floor.
If you want to visit Place de l’Étoile/Arc de Triomphe district during your stay in Paris, take a look at our selection of seasonal rentals in Paris. Arc de Triomphe/Place de l’Étoile: a historic district that is symbolic of Paris Place de l’Étoile is a huge traffic circle, where visitors can admire one of the most famous historic monuments in Paris, the Arc de Triomphe. A symbol of Paris you just can’t miss! A busy tourist district Place de l’Étoile is undoubtedly the most famous square in Paris. Designed by Napoleon, the Étoile (meaning "star" in English) is now a central point of the capital. Twelve of Paris's main roads intersect here, the most famous of which are the Champs-Élysées, Avenue de Wagram, Avenue d'Iéna, Avenue Foch, and Avenue de La Grande Armée. The Étoile district is extremely touristy. Every day, tourists from all around the world can be found visiting the area. The square marks the point where the stylish residential districts of the 16th arrondissement, the business districts of Wagram and La Défense, and one of the most famous avenues in the world, the Champs-Élysées, meet. Place de l'Étoile is the destination of the annual July 14th military parade that goes down the Champs-Élysées. The Arc de Triomphe, a symbol of Paris Napoleon had the Arc de Triomphe built on Place de l’Étoile during the first half of the 19th century. The monument, which is 164 feet tall and 148 feet wide, symbolizes France’s victory in the Battle of Austerlitz in 1805. It is now one of the most famous historic monuments in Paris. Situated on a straight line between the Louvre, Place de la Concorde, and La Défense, the Arc de Triomphe offers an unobstructed view of the capital's most beautiful avenue. Every day, many tourists come to visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from World War I, where an eternal flame is kept burning. Between May and August, you can sometimes see the sun setting in the center of the arch – a romantic moment for all young couples on a getaway in the French capital. A central point in Paris Metro lines 1, 2, 6, and the RER A serve Charles-de-Gaulle-Étoile station, which has 9 entrances at various points around the traffic circle. Nearby, you can find businesses of all kinds, restaurants, fast food outlets and souvenir stores.
Lots of famous restaurants and luxury shops nearby
Marche de Ponchelet market only 50 metres away for all your daily grocery needs or a Monoprix across the road from Avenue des Ternes.
Ternes metro station at 50 metres
Bus routes stopping at Avenue des Ternes
This is a unique offering as you will be only 7 minutes walk from the Arc de Triomphe, the very heart of Paris. From outside the building, you can see the Arc de Triomphe.
You will be meet by Rent Your Paris for check in and check out.
More details will follow once you have booked.
Other things to note
Energy consumption will be taken from your deposit on check out.
This pays for water, gaz and electricity for your stay.
Meet and greet by Rent Your Paris, our letting agent and property management.
Deposit will be asked for
No hot saucepans on kitchen tops
No eating or drinking in bed
Bed Linen provided for King size bed 25 euros per week extra
No downloading on Peer to Peer sites as this is banned in France and owner will get fined
Minimum booking is one week