€1140 per night onwards
Apartment Types
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
2 2
Max residents: 4

Ancient fabrics, fibers, marbles, brasses. Different textures and materials coexist in harmony. A veritable kaleidoscope of opulence, your eyes will be pinballing in every direction to soak up the grandeur of this incredible space.

A subtle weave of cultures and historical periods, of East and West united in a distillation of elegance . It is the leitmotif of this pied-à-terre in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, chosen by a famous architect as a buen retiro during his stays in the Ville Lumière. It is located on the second floor of a building from 1830, between the 6th arrondissement and the extreme eastern edge of the 7th, a strategic area dotted with tree-lined avenues, galleries and cafes. Relatively modest in size (one hundred and twenty square meters), the house expresses an aesthetic that is free from rules: «I don't let myself be influenced by anything, much less by fashions. I love to freely create the ideal background to give voice to dreams , while at the same time showing the fascinating layers of the various eras ".

A unique and very personal ensemble, nourished by memories, emotions and loved objects. For the frame, the Architect preserved the original elements as much as possible. In particular, in the living room, the past is breathed in between the very high ceilings and an oak parquet , which has been dismantled, worked and repositioned. The fixtures boast enchanting touches, such as the handles carved with minute motifs, so that they look like miniature sculptures. The black and white marble in the entrance and in the guest bedroom comes from an old French estate. For the rest, each detail is the result of a contemporary restyling, while respecting the context. An example of this are profiles and moldings added from scratch in the living room: they give a classic aura, but the design speaks a current language. From its tall corniced ceilings to its parquet floors and draped French windows giving way to elegant Juliet balconies, there’s an air of sophistication the moment you walk through the door. And then there’s the decor that’s dripping in extravagance and regal splendour – gold sphere chandeliers, antique wingback chairs, ornamental fireplaces, busts and statues galore and marble detailing every which way you look.

The master bedroom feels like an intimate art gallery with its plethora of portraits, books and vintage furniture while the master bath beckons with its marble tub, ideal for a long soak with a glass of bubbly after a day of seeing the sights. Speaking of exploring, this is a particularly excellent base for aesthetes with the Musée d’Orsay a six-minute walk away and the Louvre reachable on foot in ten, while the romantic Pont des Arts is a twelve-minute stroll from your door.

Cancellation Policy

  • 28 days notice is required to cancel your booking prior to arrival.
  • This is for all lengths of stay in order to avoid charges.
  • For guest in house 14 days notice is required to shorten or extend their stay/booking.
  • Example: If a guest is checking in on the 17th September then gives notice on the 9th September, then 9 days notice has been given and a charge for 19 nights will be applied.
  • All cancellations or extension requests must be made in writing via email.
  • Group Bookings cancellation policy may vary.

Our Promise

All of our serviced apartments undergo a thorough quality check to make sure that everything is of the highest standard. This means modern facilities, secure buildings, crisp white linen,five star amenities and an on call service team that are available 24/7.community, exclusive resident events and a host of discounts from local businesses.

We operate in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and the Equality Act 2010 and, as such, we encourage all prospective guests to talk to us about any specialaccommodation requirements they may have.