This 82 ft. long, 15 wide, houseboat is moored on the Seine in a very picturesque location between Sedar Sengor footbridge and the Concorde Bridge.
Below the sun deck, 500 sq. ft., where you can enjoy warm summer evenings, the main living area has wood floors , and white painted walls..
The air conditioned main room, 340 sqft, is comfortably furnished with two sofas, armchairs, coffee table, bookshelves, TV, high speed internet WiFi desk, telephone and sound system.
There is plenty of closet space.
The kitchen is well equipped with a ceramic cooktop, and oven, sink, microwave, dishwasher, 2 refrigerators, one freezer, a washing machine and a dryer.
The adjacent extendable dining table can seat up to 10 people. The "Risico" is well equipped with dishes, sheets, and towels.
3 bedrooms, master bedroom with bathroom ensuite. The toilet is shared and separate.Guest Access
Guests have full access to the houseboat. You will need to climb over the quay onto the boat and down some stairs to get to the cabin.Interaction with Guests
We offer a concierge service for any of your travel or transportation requests. Someone is always a phone call away.The Neighborhood
The houseboat is located close to the place de la Concorde and not far from the Champs Elysées. You can also cross over the nearby footbridge to reach the left bank, where many shops are actually closer than than on the right bank. You really are perfectly located for a stay in Paris, with museums, parks, restaurants and so many tourist attractions a short walk away.Getting Around
We offer free parking for one car in front of the with the rental of the houseboat. Metro stations are about a 10 minute walk away. Numerous Vélib bike rental points are also with a few minute walk.Other Things to Note
The ceiling height is fairly low so we like to let you know that guests over 6'2" or 1m85 might not be comfortable in the main cabin.
And it might sound obvious but this is a boat and hence it does move with the river. The motion of the tour boats that pass frequently as well as commercial boats calms down at night. The gentle rocking of the boat is soothing for many of our guests.