3 levels of outstanding design and comforts, built around the remains of a 13th century abbey
Rates starting at $2,979/night
|Bedroom #1||1 King|
|Bedroom #2||1 King|
Paris has a way of making almost everything enchanting and beautiful. Even without the spell that Paris casts, we’ll wager that you’ll find this luxury vacation home utterly charming and gorgeous all at once.
Although this home is filled with luxe modern furniture and high-end finishes, the character of Paris’ ancient roots is still present in the form of the only remaining wall from the 13th century Abbaye de Saint-Germain-Des-Prés. Character like that is hard to find, especially when it is paired with stunning natural light, industrial-chic elements and plush furnishings. The spacious living room has several sitting areas; one includes a cozy sectional couch and modern loveseat, while another boasts a leather banquette window seat and arm chair. Both of the living areas benefit from the lovely natural sunlight which floods into the apartment. Adjacent to this incredible space is the dining room and kitchen. The dining room features a long wood table for you and your guests to gather over as you enjoy Parisian delicacies and glasses of wine. The kitchen is a chef’s dream and the wood cabinetry adds warmth to the modern stainless steel appliances and tile flooring.
Overlooking the marvelous open floor plan living space is the magnificent loft with book-filled shelves and an ornate desk and chair. Also on this level is a guest suite that you’ve never seen the likes of. Featuring a king size bed and beautiful en-suite bath with soaking tub and shower, this unique bedroom also has an entire glass wall that looks over the living and dining areas. This exceptional design feature will have you and your guests talking for years!
A level below the main floor you’ll find even more space for you and your guests to stretch out and relax. Perhaps you would like to read from the many books found in the expansive bookshelves while enjoying a glass of wine or espresso, depending on your interests. The exposed beams overhead give a rustic vibe while the contemporary furniture, including 2 different seating areas with collections of couches and plush chairs, present a more modern aesthetic ideal. Also on this lower level you’ll find a second kitchen and dining area in case members of your party keep different hours. A second bedroom has a king size bed and desk area built in to the stone walls. The en-suite bath will appeal to those seeking even more relaxation than this quiet lower level offers. With a large soaking tub you’ll feel the peace seep in as you soak away your stress. If you prefer a luxuriously-long shower, there is a third bathroom with a spacious walk -in shower, while a powder bath offers even more convenience for your group.
The three fabulous levels of beautiful light, thoughtfully chosen furnishings and historically significant architectural details create a home that you’ll enjoy coming back to at the end of the day. Not only beautiful, this luxurious vacation rental is comfortable and welcoming whether you seek a few days away with friends or time to reconnect with loved ones. Live the posh life in this luxury vacation rental from Time & Place!
“In each destination you have a person on the ground so if somebody needs help, that person is available.”
Whether you are traveling with family or friends, your personal Time & Place Concierge can create unforgettable experiences ranging from the everyday to the extraordinary. They can assist with:
• Personal chef
• Cooking classes
• Boat tours on the Seine
• Shopping excursions
• Museum passes and private tours
• Restaurant reservations
Spring is that off-the-shoulder number by Olyana Sergeenko, red roses in rack and rows; it’s the snow-drop daisies of Chanel’s newest line. It’s like Marimekko after months of prison drabs. In the gardens of Versailles, it’s carpet of anemone tucked between newly greening-up boxwood; it’s the sun-warmed play of a thousand fountains in a hundred little bouquets lined with fresh clusters of violets.
Home to Le Cordon Bleu School of Cooking, Paris has no shortage of amazing restaurants, markets and cafés in this iconic foodie city.
Forget the elevator – take the 704 stairs up the Eiffel Tower, and work off that chocolate croissant.
If you have children, organize a scavenger hunt throughout all of Paris for gargoyles as you tour the rest of the city’s attractions.