Avenue d'Iéna

Arc de Triomphe - Champs-Élysées, Western Paris

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If you stay in Paris, there’s one thing that’s on the top of any wish list and that’s a view of the Eiffel Tower. With Avenue d’Iéna you get that and so much more. This charming two-bedroom apartment in the 16th Arrondissement is an art-lover’s dream, filled with gallery standard paintings. It welcomes up to four guests, offering the chance to stay within walking distance of the Arc de Triomphe and countless other Parisian landmarks. Top it all off with a rooftop garden and you have a stylish oasis in the middle of the City of Lights. The 16th Arrondissement is a delight for culture lovers. Packed with museums, galleries and iconic landmarks, it’s also home to those fabulous little French cafés, where you can indulge in apricot pastries and fresh coffee whenever you want. Wide boulevards are lined with classic Parisian apartment buildings with their sweet Juliet balconies and elegant white façades. You’re just a stroll from some of the greatest European sites and green spaces like the Trocadéro Gardens. Take the lift up to the seventh floor and you open the door to your very own slice of Parisian life. Filled with unique artworks, the living room is a light and airy space with access to the rooftop terrace. The study doubles up as the second bedroom. It’s filled with books, and also has a double sofa bed that’s large enough for two adults. The master bedroom has a king-size bed and is delightfully decorated in a soft pastel yellow, creating a bright yet tranquil space. The kitchen is ultra-sleek, contemporary, and filled with every appliance you’ll need to create your own culinary marvels. Two bathrooms offer a choice of a bath or walk-in shower, WCs and basins. The piece-de-resistance of Avenue d’Iéna is that stunning outdoor terrace. With truly spectacular views of the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower, it’s a private green space high above the busy streets. It’s also the ideal spot for an al fresco meal on a summer evening as the sun sinks below one of the most beautiful cityscapes in the world. What more could you ask for as you sip a cheeky Pinot Noir and nibble on cheese from the delicatessen downstairs?