The sweet euphoria of strolling across the Place du Trocadéro with a nonchalant air, like a true Parisian. Wandering through the streets of the capital of elegance and savoring a sense of freedom all the more precious in that it is becoming increasingly rare. Returning to Number 10, entirely incognito. Pushing open the majestic black lacquered wooden door to find yourself at home. The delightful feeling that Paris belongs to you.
Outside, a splendid cut stone building in the noblest Haussmann style. From wrought iron balustrades to sculpted cornices, all the aesthetic codes of French classicism are there. Inside, the magnificent contrast of an extraordinarily luminous atmosphere. Huge volumes typical of the 19th century dare to adopt an understated designer ambiance created by Rémi Tessier.
The absolute intimacy of a private apartment with all the services of a luxury hotel: the perfect combination to ensure that each stay is simply perfect. Along with the concierge, the housekeeper and the entire team constantly on hand, the personal butler organizes everything, thinks of every detail and never forgets anything – always ready to achieve the incredible, 24/7.
The beating heart of the capital, the Place du Trocadéro throbs to an elegant and refined urban beat. On the corner of Avenue Georges Mandel and Avenue d’Eylau, the outline of the nearby Eiffel Tower keeps watch over the gardens of the Champ de Mars and the Palais de Chaillot. An ideal location at a time when the 16th arrondissement is increasingly an ever-greater number of designers and trendy spots.
On the third floor of the magnificent Haussmann-style cut-stone building, the only four-bedroom apartment perfectly reflects the French lifestyle of a certain period. Firstly, there is the impressive size of the typically late 19th century reception rooms. But the feature that draws all eyes is the sumptuous rotunda dining room created in the 60 square meters of the slate-topped dome topping the corner of the building. Designed to host formal dinners, it is perfect for meals with friends and family lunches. With its designer decoration and its fabulous chandelier reproducing the soft glow of candlelight, it offers a view of the Eiffel Tower and overlooks the Place du Trocadéro.
Partial view of the Eiffel Tower
Dedicated butler 24 hours per day
Master bedroom with an ensuite marble bathroom featuring a balneotherapy tub and Italian-style shower.
Double bedroom with bathroom.
Large dressing rooms.
Double bedroom with bathroom and partial view of the Eiffel Tower.
Bedroom with two single beds and bathroom.
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