Celine's place is lovely on the inside; old floors, very well done, furnished nicely but there were a few items. There are no closets or dressers to put your garments in, the one in the bedroom was locked, so odd...The bathroom shower, it took me awhile to figure out how to work the two different shower heads, it was rather confusing, and with two people we ran out of hot water after 15 minute showers per person. Washer/Dryer is nice, if you need to wash clothes, but if you need to hang them, I recommend the backs of the chairs. Windows open to give you fresh air and you can see the tip of the Eiffel Tower from the window but if you go during the summer, keep that in mind (no idea if the place has a/c). Didn't really use the kitchen except for water so can't really comment on appliances. But getting to the apartment; the street/ave it is on, I don't know if this was a Paris thing but it made this NY girl uneasy at first, it is tucked behind businesses and across the street from a radio station (I think) on this beat up road, and then you key pad in and walk up 3 flights of stairs, no not normal stairs, stairs that are probably out of code and if you had more than two glasses of wine, well lets just say, the landing on the floor below you will be getting a visit again. Metro stop was close, and if you like high end shopping this is the place for you. We were out in about so good central spot but if you want to be right in the thick of things, I would reconsider and pick a place near Arc de Triomphe, that place is crazy busy. Happy reading and happy traveling.
“If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might better stay at home.” – James Michener