Location à Paris de l'appartement "Rue Stanislas" pour 2 personnes
But a dream
When visitors picture Paris, it’s usually the romantic Left Bank. And it’s here, steps from where artists and intellectuals once gathered, that you’ll find Rue Stanislas. Sketches by Fellini enliven the walls, while the decor’s sophistication brings the glamour of the outside in. Should you wish to pass the hours debating life’s deep questions, the table on the patio is well-placed.
All the moves
He’s travelled the world, but your young host always returns to Paris, believing it’s the most cultured city of them all. His energy knows no bounds, and he keeps his mind sharp with regular games of chess.
The sitting room has a large leather sofa, and above here is where Fellini’s sketches hang. The shelves hold a selection of books both antique and modern, and there’s a cute kitchen, neat in brushed chrome. Step through the glass doors and you’ll find the patio, with foliage winding around the trellis and a table and chairs ready for al fresco dinners. The bedroom is utterly French, with curlicued wood and a queen-sized bed, while the bathroom is inviting in black mosaic tiles.