Beds: 2 | Baths: 2 | Sleeps: 5
The space If youre not the average tourist, getting away from it all in Paris is not that easy. One New York songwriter I know has met with enough commercial success she no longer needs to ask, Combien ça coût, sil vous plait? but still gets her inspiration by hanging out anonymously with lesser mortals. Her song, Undercover in Paris, begins this way: Take me away from this crowded café to a place with no name Far from the fray on the Champs Elysées, we can play a private game… You play that private game pretty well yourself. Youve stayed at the Ritz, the George V, the Lutetia, the Shangri-La. But this time, its not about Paris -- its about you. You wintered in Singapore and Puerto Vallarta, spent most of the fall and spring at your place in New York. Now Paris is calling. But you need a place with no name, where only the people you want to find you can find you... The rest is you, and Paris. This sumptuous apartment is in the Parisian equivalent of a gated community, but so much more tasteful and understated. Dont be fooled by the unassuming gate off the street. Its quiet power lies in the fact that its the only way into this secret world of houses designed with the utmost taste and class. On the other side of that gate, theres no traffic allowed. As a resident of this private enclave, youll have beautiful paths in which to stroll undisturbed by the hustle and bustle on the other side. Once sprung, however, Paris awaits, with taxis, the Métro, restaurants, bistros all within arms length.
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