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Private room and private bathroom ParisEiffel
Private room and private bathroom ParisEiffel


Private room

2 Guests

1 bedroom

1 bed


Private room

2 Guests

1 bedroom

1 bed

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About this listing

In the very beautiful,secure and alive 7th district of Paris, 5 minutes walk from the Eiffel Tower, the river Seine, and many museums and sites, you will find a comfortable and agreeable room , double bedded, full of light and absolutely quiet and air conditioned. You will have your private bathroom, in a charming, romantic and typically French XVIIIth century furnished 3 levels home. Continental breakfast is included, and I am here to help you to discover and love Your Paris.


The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1 (Private bathroom)
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 3PM - 12AM (midnight)
Check Out: 11AM
Room type: Private room

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: £4 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: £7
Weekly Discount: 5%
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Description

The space

Your room is air conditioned in summer and heated in winter. It is clear, full of light with 2 windows, and so very quiet that you can sleep with open windows. There is a wardrobe, shelves, radio, WiFi, many books in different languages and a desk to work peacefully.The bed is a real double bed. 140x200cm . A courtesy tray, holding all sorts of herbal teas, coffee, tea, and a hot water bottle is yours.I will do my best to offer you comfort and well be.The flat with the 3 levels, is not suitable for disabled persons...sorry! Specially because of the stair case leading, steep and narrow, leading to your private floor : Dining room, drawing room, your private bath room, and the kitchen.First floor : entrance, my room and my private bath floor : your room.

Guest access

The travellers will be welcome to enjoy the drawing room with its antique furnitures and French decoration. They are welcome to rest here, listen to music, read, or chat...Guests will agree and respect French legislation on the use and practice of the Internet. The Chart is available for them.

Interaction with guests

I will be happy to lead and help my guests discovering the surroundings, Paris, and France....See " Autres remarques" to learn more about my district and Paris...

The neighbourhood

The 7th district is alive, friendly, full of shops and restaurants. It is a green quarter, quiet and secure. 3 to 5 minutes walk :The Eiffel tower, the Champs de Mars park, Ecole Militaire, Rue Cler, all kinds of shops : grocery, bakery, super market, laundry, and restaurants of all sorts and budgets.8 minutes walk : The river Seine, Musée des Arts Premiers, Napoleon's tumb, RER to Versailles Chateau.12 minutes walk: Trocadero, Invalides, Musée Rodin, Pont Alexandre III, Montaigne avenue,20 minutes walk : Grand Palais, Petit Palais, the Champs Elysées, To visit Paris by bus :Bus n° 69 stops in front of my door. Bus n° 80, 92 stop around the corner.Bus n° 87, 28, 42 stop 100m.Metro Ecole Militaire ( Ligne 8 ) at 300m.RER to Versailles 500mMetro La Motte Piquet-Grenelle at 500m.

Getting around

From Charles DeGaulle Airport to 197 rue de Grenelle, 75007 ParisBy bus :Get out of the airport and find the AIR FRANCE bus departure place. You can buy the ticket inside the bus. It costs around 12 €. Get down at Charles DeGaulle–Etoile. Then cross one avenue and take the city bus n °92 at Mac Mahon RER stop on the direction of « Gare Montparnasse ». Pay in the bus around 3€, approximate time 10mn, depending on the trafic.Get down at « Bosquet-Grenelle » stop. Then, the first street you find is rue de Grenelle, at the corner you can see a shop called « Nicolas ». Take this street and stay on the left handside pavement. Walk about 100 m, and you will find n° 197. The code to enter is ........Walk the corridor, climb the steps straightin front of you to the first floor and you find my door, just in front of you. Written on the door nob « M. de Goustine »By taxi : get out of the airport at the « Taxi » indication. Give the taxi the adress : « 197 rue de Grenelle, Paris 75007 ».You will pay between 50/55€. This should take around 30/35 mn depending on the trafic. The taxi driver must drop you in front of the building.From Orly Airport to 197 rue de Grenelle:Take Air France Bus till " Les Invalides" then take the city bus N° 69 and get down at the stop " Grenelle". 197 is across the street.From Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est to 197 rue de Grenelle :Take metro line N° 4 on direction of Porte d'Orléans, change at "Strasbourg Saint Denis". Take line N° 8 on direction of Balard. Get down at "Ecole Militaire " station. Then walk the avenue Bosquet towards the river Seine. Rue de Grenelle is the second street on the left. You can see a shop called " Nicolas at the corner. Stay on the left hand side pavement and you will find n° 197 after 70 m.To visit Paris by bus :Bus n° 69 stops in front of my door. Bus n° 80, 92 stop around the corner.Bus n° 87, 28, 42 stop 100m.Metro Ecole Militaire ( Ligne 8 ) at 300m.Metro La Motte Piquet-Grenelle at 500m.

Other things to note

Interesting web site about Paris : adresses autour de la Maison :Goods addresses close around the House :Restaurants français , French cooking :« Café du Marché » à l’angle de la rue Cler et de la rue du Champs de Mars +- 20/30 Eur. 5’« Le Royale » rue de Grenelle +- 20/30Eur. 1’« La Varangue » rue Augereau +- 25/30 Eur. 1’« Le Bistrot du Sud Ouest » Av de la Bourdonnais. Foie gras. +- 40/50 Eur. 3’ Réserver.« La Billebaude » 19 rue de l’Exposition. Cuisine de saison. Gibiers, venaison. 40/60 Eur. 3’. Réserver.Restaurants italiens :Italian cooking :« Gusto Italia » rue de Grenelle Pizza etc +-20 Eur. 1’Couscous :« rue Augereau. +- 20/30 Eur. 1’Chinois, Thaï, Vietnamien :« La Fontaine de Jade » av Bosquet +- 25/30 Eur. 5’« 3 Sapèques » rue Bosquet +- 20/25 Eur. 5’Boulangerie :« Fournil de Pierre » rue Cler.« Les Gourmandises d’Eiffel » rue de GrenelleFromagerie :Rue de Grenelle« Marie Anne Quentin » rue du Champs de Mars Super marché :Franprix av de la BourdonnaisG20 rue Saint DominiqueMarché :Rue Cler tous les jours, toute la journée.Boulevard de Grenelle : mercredi et dimanche 8h-12hVisites à pied autour de la maison :Tour Eiffel : à gauche rue de Grenelle, traverser av de La Bourdonnais, tout droit rue de Belgrade, Parc du Champs de Mars : Tour Eiffel à droite dans le parc.Parc du Champs de Mars : idem Tour EiffelEcole Militaire : dans le Champs de Mars, à gauche.Tombeau de Napoléon : avenue Bosquet, place de l’Ecole Militaire, av de Tourville. Bus n°92 arret Vauban-Hôtel des Invalides.Esplanade des Invalides et Pont Alexandre III : rue de Grenelle, tout droit. Bus n° 69Berges de la Seine : av Bosquet vers la Seine puis descendre sur le quai de droite.Trocadéro : vers la Tour Eiffel, traverser pont d’Iéna et monter par les jardins vers le Trocadéro.Avenue Montaigne : av Bosquet, traverser la Seine, place de l’Alma prendre l’avenue Montaigne à droite. Bus n° 92 arrêt Alma-Marceau et métro Alma-Marceau ligne 9.Musées très proches de la maison :Musée des Arts Premiers : av de La Bourdonnais, à droite sur le quai Branly. Métro Pont de l’Alma ligne CMusée Rodin : rue de Grenelle, traverser l’esplanade des Invalides, à droite bd des Invalides, à gauche rue de Varennes. M° Varennes ligne 13.Musées proches : Musées de la Marine, Musée de l’Homme, Musée des monuments Français : esplanade du Trocadéro. M° Trocadéro ligne 6 et ligne 9 Grand Palais : M° Champs Elysées-Clémenceau lignes 1 et 13, bus n° 80 arrêt Rond Point des Champs Elysées et bus n° 28 arrêt rand Palais.Petit Palais : M° Champs Elysées-Clémenceau, lignes 1 et 13, bus n°80.Palais de la Découverte : M° Champs-Elysées-Clémenceau lignes 1 et 13, bus n° 80Musée National des Arts Asiatiques Guimet : place d’Iéna. M° Iéna ligne 9Musée d’Orsay : M° Solférino ligne 12, bus n° 69 arrêt Bac-Saint Germain.Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris : M° Iéna ligne 9, bus n° 82 arrêt Kléber-Boissière.Musées plus lointains :Musée du Louvre : M° Louvre-Rivoli lignes 7 et 1, ou Palais-Royal-Musée du Louvre lignes 7 et 1, bus n° 69 arrêts Pont des Arts-Quai du Louvre. Centre Pompidou : M° Rambuteau ligne 11, bus n° 69 arrêt Hôtel de Ville.Musée de l’Orangerie et Musée du Jeu de Paume : M° Concorde lignes 1, 8, 12.Musée Jacquemart-André : M° Miromesnil lignes 9 et 13.Musée des Arts Décoratifs : M° Palais-Royal-Musée du Louvre lignes 7 et 1, bus n° 69 arrêts Pont des Arts-Quai du Louvre. Institut du Monde Arabe : M° Jussieu lignes 7 et 10, bus 87 arrêt Saint Germain-Cardinal Lemoine.Musée Marmottan-Monet : M° La Muette ligne 9.Monuments :Arc de Triomphe de l’Etoile et Champs Elysées : M° Etoile-Charles-De gaulle- Etoile, lignes 1,2,6, bus n° 92.Place de la Concorde, rue Royale, Madeleine, Place Vendôme: M° Concorde lignes 1, 8,12, bus n° 42 arrêt Cours-La-Reine-Chevaux de Marly.Opéra de Paris-Palais Garnier, Grands Boulevards : M° Opéra lignes 7,8, 3.Montmartre, Basilique, Place du Tertre : M° Anvers ligne 2 puis Dame, Sainte Chapelle, Conciergerie, Pont Neuf , Ile de la Cité, Ile Saint Louis, Palais de Justice : M° Cité ligne 4, Chatelet lignes 4, 11, 1, 7 14, Saint Michel lignes C et 4. Eglise Saint Germain des Prés, quartier Latin, Boulevard Saint Germain : M° Saint Germain des Prés ou Odéon, ou Mabillon lignes 4 et 10, bus n° 87 arrêt Saint Germain-Odéon.Tour Montparnasse, Boulevard Montparnasse : M° Montparnasse-Bienvenue lignes 4,6,12,13, bus n° 92 et 28.Hôtel des Ventes de Drouot : M° Richelieu-Drouot ligne 8.Marchés :Marché aux Puces de Paris Saint Ouen : M° Porte de Clignancourt ligne 4 . Samedi, dimanche, lundi.Marché aux Puces de La Porte de Vanves : M° Porte de Vanves, ligne 13. Samedi, dimanche, lundi.Marché des Artistes : Bd Richard Lenoir, M° Place de la Bastille lignes 1, 5, 8.Marché aux Fleurs : Ile de la Cité, M° Cité, ligne 4. Tous les jours 8h-19hMarché aux Oiseaux : Ile de la Cité, M° Cité, ligne 4. Dimanche 8h-19hCentres commerciauxGaleries Lafayette et Printemps : M° Chaussée d’Antin-LaFayette lignes 7, 9Beaugrenelle : M° Javel-André Citroen ligne 10, bus n° 42 arrêt Charles-Michel


House Rules
No smoking
No parties or events
May not be safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)
Check in time is 3PM - 12AM (midnight)

La discrétion, le respect des lieux et des choses, pour une cohabitation agréable à tous et à chacun.
Discretion, respect for people and things and places , will make a happy and cheerful cohabitation. No smooking and no grugs.


Cancellations

Strict

Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.


Safety features
Smoke detector
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher

Availability
2 nights minimum stay

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Sisi User Profile
May 2017
Marie's home is a wonderfully located 2 minutes walk from the Eiflle Tower, Marie is a great host, she's responsive and clear in communication, made several recommendations for us to do and places for dinner of which we have taken all! :-) For one amazing and very popular restaurant she recommends as to go, as it was a Saturday and it's usually fully booked. Marie went in when walking by in the morning and asked for an availability for us. they happened to just have one table left, we booked immediately and had the best dinning experience in Paris! Had a wonderful time with her, won't hesitate to recommend the very kind Marie and her tastefully decorated home to anyone wanting to experience Paris in a few days or a week!

Hong Yi User Profile
May 2017
Marie was a good host and her house was great and she always kind to answer your questions and like to recommend some attractions to guests. I will stay here again if the next time in Paris.

Patricia User Profile
May 2017
Staying at Marie's place was a real pleasure. She is so welcoming and the room is just perfect and so clean! Marie is a wonderful host who provides a lot of useful information while visiting Paris. She makes the most delicious breakfast with home-made jam :-) Highly recommends Marie's place.

Marisca User Profile
April 2017
This was by far one of the best places we have stayed at. Marie's place is an absolute gem close to everything and the Eiffel Tower. It is located in the beautiful and more upperclass part of Paris. The price was very good for what we got. We immediately felt at home and it was nice and comfortable at her place. From the beginning, Marie was interactive and very sweet. Our flight was delayed and we arrived later than expected, but Marie waited for us and did everything she could to put us at ease and to help us settle in first before attending to her own business. She is a lovely,kind and wise woman and she learned us things about Paris and its history. If we wanted to know something or get directions,she was always ready to assist with a smile on her face. We had very tasty breakfasts every morning and she even packed us bread to take with us for when we go out during the day. Our room was amazing and the bed and comforter was awesome. It was almost sad to go as she was really one of a kind and one of the warmest people we have met. Our stay couldn't have been more perfect!
Marie User Profile
Response from Marie:
Dear Marisca and Jean Pierre, Thank you for your comments, so sweet! I am glad to hear that you were comfortable and at ease at my home! Come back when ever you want you will be most welcome! Also I wish for the best for you, your life ans your marvellous country! Love M
April 2017

Charlotte User Profile
April 2017
It's a very nice Airbnb experience. The apartment itself is like an art gallery and very centered, and Marie has been so friendly and helpful, guiding for our trip and preparing wonderful breakfast with classical music every morning. Highly recommend it!
Marie User Profile
Response from Marie:
Thank you Charlotte and Nicholas! I wish you all the best to both of you ! It's been very nice having you in Paris where you,still, have thousand of things left to see ! Glad you enjoyed your stay.
April 2017

Stevan User Profile
April 2017
Marie was the bomb, and my wife and I loved her! The only (very minor) inconvenience of her flat was that the bathroom was two floors down from the bedroom. She made delicious breakfasts for us with homemade quince, marmalade, yogurt, granola and more! She was a gracious and helpful hostess and really helped us to tweak our plans in Paris when we were unsure of what to do. Marie had maps and great restaurant recommendations! Everything in her flat was very clean, and she even helped us do our laundry at her place. Her location was just a couple of blocks from the metro and bus stops, which saved us a lot of time.
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Response from Marie:
A bomb! I am very flattered...and surprised! I am very happy because it seams that you had a good time in Paris and this is the aim! Your stay at my home was a very nice moment for me. Come back when you want. Best wishes to you two ! Marie
April 2017

Rubén User Profile
April 2017
Marie is a great host. Always willing to help, polite, helpful and friendly. The house is beautiful, neat, clean and close to the Eiffel Tower. You can walk to several of the main attractions. Do not hesitate to choose Marie as your hostess.
Marie User Profile
Response from Marie:
Thank you Ruben and Erla. Waiting for your friend's call for the coat.
April 2017

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Je suis décoratrice et maintenant que je ne travaille plus, je fais de la sculpture et de la poterie. Je sculpte des portraits d' animaux et des nus masculins et féminins.
Je vis beaucoup à Paris, un peu sur l'ile d'Oléron dont j'aime le climat, la simplicité et les plages et un peu à la montagne en Haute Savoie au dessus du lac Léman.
Mes passions : Ma fille et sa famille, la nature, les animaux, les arts, musique, peinture, sculpture, les voyages et l'amitié. J'aime lire et (URL HIDDEN) rien faire aussi tout en regardant autour de moi.
Je pense qu'il n'y a rien d'impossible et qu'à tout problème il existe une solution! Ne jamais abandonner!
J'aime faire la cuisine, recevoir les amis, le cinéma, la danse, l'imprévu et je n'ai rien perdu de ma passion et de mon enthousiasme, malgré le temps qui passe.

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