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The Pompidou is a stylish and elegant one-bedroom apartment for up to four persons, situated in the exciting neighborhood of the 3rd arrondissement of Paris.
The generously-spaced and well-lit interiors are finished in toned-down wood-color scheme and covered with charming wooden flooring. The daily-dining area is furnished with a large double sleeping sofa, a set of matching furniture, including a coffee table, a cupboard and a dining table complete with a set of chairs. There is also a flatscreen TV for those moments of home entertainment, lots of storage space in the recessed wall unit and an additional bonus in the form of a great view through the large windows.
The apartment enjoys a separate kitchen, well-equipped and fully modern, waiting for you to make use of it when you feel like cooking the way you like. The bright bedroom is located also separately, featuring an atmospheric and intimate décor and a whole set of functional living solutions, like the king-size double bed, a capacious built-in wardrobe and several handy items like a night table or a lamp. The place is complete with a fresh and relaxing bathroom fitted with a toilet, sink, shower and a bathtub.
The overall soothing and casual mood of the Pompidou makes it a great place to stay for mid-sized groups, families or business travelers looking for an option which is not too hard on the wallet and still makes it possible to make the most of a visit to Paris.
As the name suggests, the apartment is located close to the amazing Centre Georges Pompidou. It is an expression of forward-thinking and unusual approach in architecture, even by today’s standards. Open to anyone keen on various types of modern art, this is one of the fantastic landmarks of the 3rd arrondissement of Paris.
Another worthy attraction is definitely the area of Les Halles, offering some exciting shopping experience due to all the shops being located underground after a thorough reconstruction. A true shopper’s adventure, so to speak. On the zero level, in turn, you may enjoy the moment in of the many friendly local cafés and restaurants. And if you move a bit to the west you’ll also get a chance to visit the fabulous Louvre with the Mona Lisa inside, just to name one of the very many reasons to go there.
Proceed to the south and voila! – you’re on the Ile de la Cite. It is not only a fantastic vantage point where you can admire both banks of the Seine, but also a home to the world-renowned Notre Dame Cathedral with its breathtaking structure and unique features. Yet, if you go even deeper down to the south, you’ll get to the gorgeous Latin Quarter full of vibrant crowds of friendly people and offering an atmosphere of laid-back glamour, as well as even more of worthy spots, like the Jardin du Luxembourg, to name only one.