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Video Tour of a 2-bedroom Vacation Rental on Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, Paris


Hello and welcome to another New York Habitat vacation rental video tour. Our tour today takes us to a lovely two bedroom apartment located in a chic neighborhood in the 8th district of Paris. Passing through a small courtyard, this apartment is located on the 6th floor (7th floor US) of an elevator building. Upon entering the apartment, you will find the living room. This furnished living room is equipped with a TV and a dining table with chairs. The windows in this room bring lots of natural light to the space and have a view of the courtyard. You will also find some Paris guides at your disposal and Wifi internet access is available throughout the apartment. Next is the kitchen, this American style kitchen has everything you will need to prepare meals at home while in Paris, including a microwave and a toaster. Of course dishware and utensils are provided. Back toward the entryway, you will find the first bathroom. This bathroom is equipped with a shower. The stairs take us up to the second floor, where you will find two bedrooms and a bathroom. The first bedroom is equipped with a double size bed. Just next to the first bedroom, is the second bedroom. This bedroom is also equipped with a double size bed and has a skylight. Lastly is the second bathroom, this bathroom is equipped with a bathtub and shower. Now that we have seen this great apartment, let’s go visit the neighborhood! On the street, rue Poncelet, you will find a great market where you can buy fruits and vegetables. Both the market and the street have a great ambiance. A few streets away, you’ll find the beautiful Russian cathedral, with its traditional orthodox Russian facades and magnificent golden dome. Dating back to 1778, The Parc Monceau is one of the chicest parks in Paris. This green oasis in the heart of Paris is the perfect place to take a stroll, read a book or even have a picnic. Of course, we must mention the famous Arc of Triumph. Designed for Napoleon and his Grand Army in 1806, from this point, 12 avenues spring out into the city of Paris. Don’t forget to visit our website at nyhabitat.com where you will find more great vacation rentals, not only near Arc of Triumph but all over Paris. Skip the boring hotel room and live like a true Parisian! Well, this ends our New York Habitat vacation rental video tour today. We thank you for watching and we hope to see you soon in the City of Light!

2 Comments

Chatsworth1979

Jun 6, 2013, 11:50 pm Reply

Thumbs UP to another beautiful vid. It would take at least 100 trips to Paris to see only 1/2 of what is the MOST important.

New York Habitat

Jul 7, 2013, 1:13 pm Reply

Thank you so much for your kind words! Not even sure 100 trips would be enough, to be honest 😉

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