Large 2BR Paris Vacation Rental at Congress Center

City: Paris Beds: 2 | Baths: 2 | Sleeps: 5

  • Living and dining areas

        Living and dining areas

  • Living room from another angle

        Living room from another angle

  • Large living room of the apartment

        Large living room of the apartment

  • Living room seen from dining table

        Living room seen from dining table

  • Lobby entrance with living room

        Lobby entrance with living room

  • Fully equipped kitchen

        Fully equipped kitchen

  • Large kitchen with breakfast table

        Large kitchen with breakfast table

  • One can find all the necessary amenities to cook

        One can find all the necessary amenities to cook

  • Main bedroom

        Main bedroom

  • Second bedroom with working desk

        Second bedroom with working desk

  • Hers bathroom with bathtub

        Hers bathroom with bathtub

  • His bathroom with double sink

        His bathroom with double sink

  • Extra large walk-in shower

        Extra large walk-in shower

  • Layout of the apartment

        Layout of the apartment

  • Alley leading to building

        Alley leading to building

  • Rose bush next to the building

        Rose bush next to the building

  • Arc de Triomphe

        Arc de Triomphe

  • Louvre and Louis XIV

        Louvre and Louis XIV

  • Fountain on Concorde square

        Fountain on Concorde square

  • Sunset over the Eiffel Tower

        Sunset over the Eiffel Tower

Property Details

  • Category: Apartment
  • Baths: 2
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Floor: 3
  • Unit Size: 145 sq meters

The space      If you're not the average tourist, getting away from it all in Paris is not that easy. One New York songwriter I know has met with enough commercial success she no longer needs to ask, "Combien ça coût, s'il vous plait?" but still gets her inspiration by hanging out anonymously with lesser mortals. Her song, "Undercover in Paris," begins this way:      Take me away from this crowded café to a place with no name Far from the fray on the Champs Elysées, we can play a private game…    You play that private game pretty well yourself. You've stayed at the Ritz, the George V, the Lutetia, the Shangri-La. But this time, it's not about Paris -- it's about you. You wintered in Singapore and Puerto Vallarta, spent most of the fall and spring at your place in New York. Now Paris is calling. But you need a place with no name, where only the people you want to find you can find you... The rest is you, and Paris.    This sumptuous apartment is in the Parisian equivalent of a gated community, but so much more tasteful and understated. Don't be fooled by the unassuming gate off the street. Its quiet power lies in the fact that it's the only way into this secret world of houses designed with the utmost taste and class. On the other side of that gate, there's no traffic allowed. As a resident of this private enclave, you'll have beautiful paths in which to stroll undisturbed by the hustle and bustle on the other side. Once sprung, however, Paris awaits, with taxis, the Métro, restaurants, bistros all within arm's length.       The Apartment    You've already left the noise behind as you strolled through the hedge-lined private park leading to your residence. On entering the apartment you are greeted by gleaming parquet floors, floor- to-ceiling windows letting out onto gracious balconies, pale ochre-hued walls and lovely, subdued furniture and rugs.    The enormous salon features a wall of windows looking past wrought iron railings onto quiet green. The entry foyer doubles as a library, brimming with books. You could say there's space to breathe, to relax… a slice of Parisian heaven on earth. Maybe you can have some of those chats you've been meaning to have with your business partner, who's been here in Paris since college. Let him come to you for once.    What you won't let him use (or maybe even see) is your room-size walk-in shower with water massage jets all around. That's all yours. You might let him in to see the huge eat-in French country kitchen... might even let him cut up some saucisson for your apéros.    There are two elegant, balconied bedrooms, and two full baths. The private space is luxuriously appointed with understated grandeur – 800-thread count sheets, matching curtains and wallpaper, just the right low lighting.    This is the place for the most discerning traveler... that would be you.          Guest access      The guest will have access with the whole apartment.          Interaction with guests      We need some additional information from you. Could you please respond with the following details:    - ARRIVAL DATE:    - FLIGHT / TRAIN ARRIVAL TIME:    - FLIGHT / TRAIN NUMBER:    - AIRPORT / STATION OF ARRIVAL:     If you are using our complimentary private car service from any Parisian airport or train station for your arrival, your English speaking driver will wait for your party outside the Customs doors, or at the end of the relevant train platform, bearing a sign indicating your name.     He will then call us upon your departure from the airport/train station so that your greeter can time the meet up at the apartment to your arrival.    Your greeter will then meet you at the apartment directly, show you the apartment, collect final payment, and give you   the keys.    If you are arriving by car, please be sure to call your greeter on +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) from a foreign phone, or (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) from a French phone ONE HOUR BEFORE reaching the apartment.    Alternatively you can call our office at +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).          The neighborhood      The 17th arrondissement of Paris lies slightly off the beaten path, directly north of the Arc de Triomphe. However, if you want to see real Paris at some of its finest and wealthiest, this is where to go. There are no major sights to see, museums to go to, just amazing Haussmannian architecture, real French people, and that atmosphere of the quintessential Paris you've always imagined.   Beyond this the south-western and north-eastern ends of the arrondissement have quite different characters, with the south-western mainly known as a midrange to high-end shopping district named for two major avenues which are lined with shops: Wagram-Ternes, feeling much like an extension of the Champs Élysées.   The north-eastern end, known as Batignolles is quite different with a grungy bohemian feeling and lots of bars and bistros which are popular with BoBos (short for bohemian-bourgeois, a social group as fascinating for the observer than the "hipster" population) from the 17th and elsewhere.          Getting around      The nearest Metro station  is Metro "Porte Maillot" line 1.          Other things to note      Please note that this apartment is available to rent for stays of 3 nights minimum. The 3 nights minimum stay duration is specific to this apartment and overrides our usual minimum stay.

Availability


Rates

StartEndDailyWeekly
01/04/201730/09/2017€352.00N/A
01/10/201720/12/2017€320.00N/A
21/12/201703/01/2018€352.00N/A
04/01/201831/03/2018€320.00N/A
01/04/201830/09/2018€352.00N/A
01/10/201820/12/2018€320.00N/A
21/12/201802/01/2019€352.00N/A

Amenities

  • Activities
  • Cinema
  • Museums
  • Nightlife
  • Shopping
  • Sightseeing
  • Theater
  • Theme Park
  • Zoo
  • Bedrooms
  • Sleep Sofa
  • Towels
  • Communications
  • Cable Internet
  • Telephone
  • WiFi
  • Community Facilities
  • Elevator
  • Entertainment
  • CD Player
  • TV
  • Included Services
  • Airport transfer
  • Buzzer
  • Carbon Monoxide Detector
  • Dryer
  • DVD Player
  • Essentials
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating
  • Iron/Board
  • Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Safety Card
  • Inside Amenities
  • Fireplace
  • Smoke detector
  • Kitchen Equipment
  • Coffee maker
  • Dishwasher
  • Grill
  • Kettle
  • Kitchen Utensils
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Toaster
  • Other Amenities
  • Clothes dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • Outside Amenities
  • Balcony
  • On-Street Parking
  • Restrictions
  • No Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking
  • Suitability
  • Child Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Long Term
  • Senior Friendly
  • Singles Friendly
  • View And Location
  • City View
  • Downtown
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Property
Living and dining areas Large 2BR Paris Vacation Rental at Congress Center
Category:Apartment
City: Paris
Baths:
Sleeps: 5
Large 2BR Paris Vacation Rental at Congress Center Apartment -
Sofia D.
A Perfect Stay in a Very French apartment
Posted on: 03/01/2017
When we arrived at avenue des Ternes, we were met by a host who showed us the apt. He was very knowledgeable and answered all our questions. After he left we realized we had a few more questions about the appliances and Bernard came right over and helped us. Actually the owner of the apartment had left a book with household instructions for us, but we didn't find that until later. We were pleased to find that Holiday France Rentals had left us some staples in the refrigerator. Not a lot, but enough to please hungry and tired travelors. This was more than we expected. They also left us some postcards pre-stamped, and this was greatly appreciated. We really felt we received superior service from the company. The apt itself is beautiful. It was just what we thought a parisien apartment should look like. We loved the tapestries and the rugs. The kitchen had everything we needed to cook meals. Bathrooms were roomy and the shower was more like a shower room than a shower stall. Very large. There were several T.V. sets, but we never turned one on. Instead, we used the stereo and listened to Cd's of classical music available for us to enjoy. Really, this made it even more French! The location for this apartment is ideal. It's close to the Metro and has several cafes within walking distance. A shopping mall is also within walking distance. I should also mention that the apartment is gated and has excellent security. In summary I would say what we liked the best was the ambiance of this apartment, the music (even our teen daughter enjoyed it), and that all we needed was in walking distance(especially the Metro). What I wished we could have had was a balcony but the beautiful french doors were pretty nice as well.

Carie L.
Fantastic
Posted on: 27/12/2016
Our experience with HFR as a family of 5 was brilliant. From the get go Aidan was very helpful in communicating with us and answering any questions we had even before we arrived. On the day we arrived both Bernard and Aidan met us at the apt and helped us get our bearings etc. The apt was gorgeous with expensive furniture and the owner's personal belongings there. The apt was very private and in a secure location. The location was great for getting around Paris. Only a 2 minute walk to the Metro Porte Maillot from where you can get anywhere in Paris very easy. Also the arc de Triomphe was less than a 10 minute walk. Its an expensive area to eat out in but with all of Paris to explore you can find less expensive places. We loved this apt and would highly recommend it.

Lisa R.
Great & Spacious Apartment
Posted on: 25/12/2016

I took my family to Paris and stayed at this apartment, and it was great. It is a very spacious apartment that was more than adequate for our family of 5 people. There aren't very many reviews, which caused me some angst in renting this apartment, so I wanted to fill some things in for those coming after me. The pictures that have been posted on the website for the apartment show it as it truly is. Very nice, but not the height or elegance or anything. It was very comfortable. Since the pictures tell the story of the interior, I want to add a few things that may not be apparent from what you otherwise see on the website. You may wonder about the building itself and the surrounding area, as it is. There is no Google Street View since it is a private neighborhood. I have added pictures the entryway and the front of the building. It was great to exit the streets of Paris through a private gate and enter a secluded neighborhood. The building itself was very nice as well. This apartment is on the 3rd floor and there is a tiny elevator. I timed my walks to the Metro and RER station (Porte Maillot) and it took about 7 minutes door to door. Importantly, the Metro stop is on Line 1, which takes you through the heart of Paris without changing trains. There are lots of restaurants in the area. To the north, there are neighborhood shops and markets as well, so you feel like a local. Overall, the location was a huge plus. Finally, I wanted to note that these guys are easy to work with and make it very easy on you to get settled into the apartment. We initially chose another apartment, and they allowed us to change to this one without penalty. They also pick you up from the airport for free and take you to the apartment, where the owner (Bernard) will be waiting for you. He makes sure you are settled in and is a very nice guy. This seems like a small thing, but it is important when you are worn out from the trip and gets the trip off on the right foot. Overall, my expectation were exceeded and I hope to rent here again.