Welcome to the Moulis! A stay in this spacious, three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment lets you live the luxe life in the City of Light. You’ll fall in love with this classically Parisian neighborhood in the 7th arrondissement, home to the charming food market street Rue Cler, the Eiffel Tower and some of the best Parisian shopping and dining. Relax in your bright, beautifully decorated living room with floor-to-ceiling windows. Comfortable, chic furniture and tasteful decorations help you feel at home in one of the world’s most stylish cities. A dining table right off the fully equipped kitchen seats six, so you can plan your next day’s adventures over dinner. After a day of sightseeing, settle into bedroom 1 with an en suite bathroom and views over the courtyard. Bedroom 2 features two beds that can be zipped together. There's also a smaller bedroom 3 with a pull-down bed. The plush living room sofa folds out into a bed with a superior quality mattress. In addition to the en suite bathroom 1, there's the full bathroom 2 with a shower, toilet and sink and a separate half bath with a toilet. This beautiful apartment is the perfect home away from home surrounded by the iconic beauty of Paris.
In the heart of central Paris, you’ll be within steps of markets, cafés, restaurants and Paris' most famous sights. Walk to fabulous open-air markets and shop beside Parisians daily for fresh fish, cheese and vegetables. The location of this apartment is a coveted one! Stroll along the Seine River to iconic sights, or you simply hop on a bus and take in the city while you ride. If you’re searching for a comfortable stay in the heart of Paris where you can wander, shop like a local and have everything at your doorstep, the Moulis apartment is perfect for you!
Things To Note
Neighborhood: 7th arrondissement
Size: 925 sq ft/85 sq m
Bedroom: Bedroom 2 can be fully closed off from the living room for privacy
Cooling: Mobile A/C units in the living room and bedroom 1 that vent through a special hole in the window
Heating: Building regulated heating
Accessibility/Security: 2 steps to the elevator
Booking Period: 1 month minimum (28 nights). Refundable security deposit required.
|Bedroom 1|| Extra-Wide Queen (1)
||Extra-wide queen bed (63in x 79in; 160cm x 200cm)|
|Bedroom 2|| Single (2)
||Two single beds (31in x 75in; 80cm x 190cm) that can be zipped together to form a dual extra-wide queen bed|
|Bedroom 3|| Single (1)
||Single pull-down bed (28in x 79in; 70cm x 200cm)|
|Living Room|| Double (1)
||High-quality sofa converts into a comfortable double bed (55in x 75in; 140cm x 190cm)|
|Bathroom 1 (en suite to Bedroom 1)||Combination bathtub/shower (fixed and flexible showerheads) and sink. Toilet in a separate room, please see floorplan.|
|Bathroom 2||Shower (fixed showerhead), toilet and sink|
- Hotel Safe
- Smoke Detector
- Fully Equipped
- Starter Supplies
- Coffee Maker
- Nespresso Style Coffee Machine
- Private Entrance
- 5th Floor North American
- TV - Limited English Programs
- Portable Fan(s)
- Non-Working Fireplace
- Travel Crib
- Iron & Board
- Washer/Dryer Combo
- Air Conditioning
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Lovely apartmentby William Bullard
As others have remarked, Moulis is both well located and a very quiet retreat from the endless tourist hustle of its Eiffel Tower neighborhood. The area is normally well-served by its city busses - our favorite way to get around - at least until construction projects and the threat of public demonstrations closed many of the nearest bus stops. It is next to the Musée Quai Branley - a favorite oasis in its own right - and a five minute walk to the pedestrian bridge Passarelle Debilly and its access to the right bank, the Palais de Tokyo, Musée de l'Art Moderne, and more bus routes. The bridge is also a cultural destination, serving one week as a viewing platform for the "Cliff Diving World Series" and the next as a runway for Fashion Week. The owner of Moulis has done an excellent job decorating the apartment, and while its interior courtyard location denies it a view, it is brilliantly illuminated by the sun reflecting off the opposite wall, so it always felt cheerful and warm. There was plenty of space for party of two or three, everything - laundry, wifi, TV/streaming services, appliances, bathrooms, etc - worked as advertised, and whenever we had a need over our 2-month say, the owner was cheerful and very quick to respond. As others have noted, the neighborhood is pretty renowned for its markets and restaurants, so it was easy for us to actually live affordably and take advantage of how Paris is organized to make day-to-day life a pleasure.
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Things to See & Do
Champ de Mars (2 mins Walking)
Expansive park surrounding the Eiffel Tower. Stroll, jog, bicycle or play in one of the playgrounds, go to the puppet theater or carousel, or just sit and enjoy Parisian life and the beautiful gardens.
Eiffel Tower (2 mins Walking)
Paris' most iconic site and one of the world's most visited attractions. Take the elevator or stairs to the top of this magnificent structure for beautiful views over Paris.
Bateaux Mouches Boat Tours (4 mins Walking)
We recommend boarding a boat tour on your first day, where you can relax and enjoy sailing down the Seine viewing many Paris monuments, museums and cathedrals
Musée du quai Branly (4 mins Walking)
Showcases indigenous art and cultures from Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas
Trocadéro (5 mins Walking)
The Palais de Chaillot sits on top of the hill and houses the Museum of Architecture, Maritime Museum and the Museum of Mankind. Stunning pictures of the Eiffel Tower can be taken from the surrounding gardens with their majestic fountains
Musée des égouts de Paris (8 mins Walking)
Fascinating tour of limestone arches and caverns down in the sewers that traverse all of Paris. The Phantom of the Opera was inspired by these underground streets.
École Militaire (10 mins Walking)
Napoleon attended military school here and the buildings still show gunfire signs from the French Revolution in 1789
Champs Elysees (15 mins Walking)
One of the world's most famous shopping boulevards. Make sure to visit the Louis Vuitton flagship store!
Grand Palais (15 mins Walking)
Venue for major national and international events and exhibitions
Les Invalides (15 mins Walking)
A masterpiece of French Classical architecture built by Louis XIV; Napoleon's tomb rests under the golden dome.
Musée de l'Armée (15 mins Walking)
One of the world's finest collections of arms, armor, and uniforms. It is renowned for its enormous collection of medieval armor.
Shopping & Eating
Pont de l'Alma Food Market (10 mins Walking)
Largest open market in Paris; open Wednesday and Saturday mornings
Rue Cler (10 mins Walking)
Among the best streets for food in Paris! Cafés and brasseries where you can enjoy dining or shopping at specialty food purveyors with wines, fresh produce, fish, cheese, pâtissières, bakeries and gourmet prepared foods -- a wonderful part of the Parisian experience.
Luxury Stores on Avenue Montaigne (12 mins Walking)
Home to many of the leading fashion houses including Louis Vuitton, Dior, Chanel, Fendi, Valentino and Ralph Lauren, as well as jewelers like Bulgari.
RER (7 mins Walking)
Pont de l'Alma (Line C)
Métro (10 mins Walking)
Alma - Marceau (Line 9)
Métro (12 mins Walking)
École Militaire (Line 8)