At Citadines Place d'Italie Paris, 3-star property, discover two different worlds. Chinatown sits on one end, charming travellers with its exotic sights and smells. On the other is the Butte-aux-Cailles, which exudes a more traditional French vibe.
If the dynamic surrounds are not enough reason to stay here, your residence overlooks a tree-lined street and is just minutes away from Latin Quarter, nestled on the left bank of the Seine. Its lively atmosphere from the pairing of campuses and bistros is certainly one to savour.
Wake up and smell the roses at the Jardin des Plantes, the main botanical garden in France. The iconic garden was established in 1635 and today spans an impressive 24 hectares. An alpine garden, iris garden and rose garden offer romantic scenery and picturesque moments.
Delve deep into the history of the world at the Natural History Museum. The exhibits cover everything from botany to entomology, mineralogy to palaeontology and zoology. Continue your day of learning at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, which houses an awe-inspiring 14 million books.
Finally, do not miss the 300-year-old Manufacture des Gobelins. The royal factory still produces tapestries and offers guided tours for travellers to explore more.
After a long day, return to Aparthotel 18 Place D'Italie. Draw a bath and reminisce about the lifelong memories you have just created.
As a guest at Aparthotel 18 Place D'Italie you are eligible for special discounts at the Italie 2 shopping centre, on top brands such as: Accessorize, Agatha, Celio, Kaporal 5, Orange Photo Service, Orcanta, Paris Nails Bar, Tie Nails Bar, Tie Rack, Un jour Ailleurs, Yves Rocher, and Zumo.
You also have exclusive privileges at Hippopotamus where you can dine at discounted prices reserved for Aparthotel 18 Place D'Italie’ guests.
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