Full property description
I'm very proud to introduce you my Kleber and Champs-Elysees area studio in Paris.
The apartment is 25 m2, situated at the second floor without elevator. It is fresh remodeled with all new equipment and furniture. You will have everything you need inside: linens, towels, wifi Internet connexion, TV, DVD, kitchen waves, coffee maker, hot water, airconditionner, etc. The large and soft sofa bed of 140cm / 200cm is from "Maison des Convertibles", what means that you will sleep like a baby.
5m to get to Champs Elysees and Arch de Triumph. The flat is in 30 seconds from the metro station.
There are more then 10 bus lines, 2 subway lines, 1 RER.
Please don't forget to read our house rules before the booking.
Check-in is between 3pm - 9pm; after 9pm you have to come to us pick up the key in our office at 7th district or we provide the late check in service for 50 euros. It is much secure for you. I strongly recommend it.
Check out is before 11am.
We can accept check in earlier or check out later in case the flat is available, please check it with us.
We also provide the hold luggages service at the office.
When we agree the check in meeting please respect the meeting time. If you are too delayed without informing us, we may not able to wait very much. If you have to come back, the 2nd check in cost 50 euros.
We wish you an amazing journey and see you soon in Paris! :)
For glory and grandeur, this is the most famous avenue in the world. If the monuments and symmetrical landscaping don't convince you, remember that Champs-Elysées means "Elysian Fields" which indicates that someone thought this street was heaven on earth. The monuments and history connected to this avenue are worth more than the reality of the place today. While the avenue is one of the required stopping sites in Paris, the place is a mere shadow of what is used to be. Once the famed meeting point for polititians and intellectuals, the stylish cafés have given way to a generally commercial atmosphere with enormous hub-stores such as Sephora, Gap, Virgin and even McDonalds. While the French publicly decry these monuments to American crassness and capitalism, they secretly adore them. Visit one on a Saturday at noon and my point will be proven. Still, if you can squint and try to imagine the area in its heyday, it is worth strolling the massive sidewalks with their elegant facades and leafy plane trees. The older avenue was once protected by severe building codes, limiting construction to the highest aesthetic standards and creating an avenue which was frequented almost exclusively by high-end Parisian society. In recent years, with metro access and a more flexible zoning law, the Champs-Elysées has drifted toward mass tourism and isolated horrors of consumerism.
1 shower room and WC