Museum view Apartment 106

Quartier Latin (5th Arr.), Paris, 1-bedroom




Size40 m2

Guestsmax 4

Reviews8.0 (1)

Apartment specifications


Bedrooms: 1
Single beds: -
Double beds (1 duvet): 1
Single sofa beds: -
Double sofa beds: 1


Floor: 1
Elevator: Yes
Stairs in apartment: No
Smoking allowed: No
Pets friendly: No
Bed linen/Towels provided: Yes
Parking public


Internet wifi
TV flatscreen


Iron Yes
Bathtub Yes
Hairdryer Yes


Microwave Yes
Hob Yes
Fridge Yes
Freezer Yes
Toaster Yes
Kettle Yes
Coffee Yes

Museum view Apartment 106

Museum view Apartment 106 is a stylish 1-bedroom apartment that invites up to four guests to enjoy a truly authentic Parisian adventure, in the city's legendary Latin Quarter opposite the French National Museum of Natural History.

This wonderful apartment overlooks the fascinating Muséum national d'histoire naturelle and its accompanying botanical gardens, the Jardin des Plantes. Stylishly furnished with chic tones, splashes of vibrant colour and modern fixtures, the lodging presents a warm and appealing environment. The living area employs handsome wooden floors and attractive wall hangings to accentuate the space, and comes fully equipped with a flatscreen TV, sociable dining table and a comfortable sofa that effortlessly converts into a sleeping spot for two. Compact yet efficiently arranged, the adjoining kitchen is available for preparing simple home cooked meals throughout your stay, providing a cosy alternative to dining out and enhancing that unique home away from home experience.

The divine bedroom oozes a true sense of tranquillity and includes a luxurious double bed, and the smart bathroom concludes the interior with a sink, bathtub and shower.

Additional information:

  • Free WiFi
  • Anti-allergic bed linen and towels provided 
  • No pets allowed, so suitable for guests with allergies
  • A baby cot is available for an extra charge of Euro 50.


Inhabiting an area positioned on the left bank of the iconic Seine River, this Paris apartment combines close proximity to ample attractions with a quintessential Parisian neighbourhood, the perfect recipe for a fulfilling city adventure. The first popular destination for both locals and tourists is literally opposite your doorstep, the Jardin des Plantes, a beautiful setting regarded as one of the capital’s most important botanical gardens. Accompanied by a series of buildings that comprise the Natural History Museum, this is an idyllic environment for a leisurely stroll or summer picnic, and is particularly recommended for visitors arriving with children due to its inclusion of a delightful labyrinth and a historical zoo.

The 5th arrondissement is also well known for its prestigious educational institutes, including the Sorbonne, and is referred to as the Latin Quarter in honour of the international language of learning that was widely spoken in the vicinity of the university, predominantly during the Middle Ages. Whilst regrettably unavailable for public exploration, the Sorbonne’s exterior displays a striking architectural style worthy of appreciation, which can be enjoyed from the comfort of a sunny terrace at the university’s main entrance.

Terms & Conditions

Cancellation Policy Terms and conditions
Damage deposit € 400
Check-in after 15:00
Check-out before 11:00

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Reviews of this property

8.0 Excellent

Rate: 8.0

a reasonably pleasant quite flat.

Jurrian - Date: 27-08-2018