The Penthouse, five rooms split between two floors, is accessible from street level by elevator. For security, the entrance is protected by code, and has an intercom to the interior.
The first of two levels features the gleaming kitchen with high- end appliances and all the cookware and utensils the finest cook could ever desire. An elegant dining room is adjacent to the kitchen and has a spectacular curved-base art deco table for eight.
The living room is divided into two sitting areas, one with a desk and sofa, the other with four large club chairs and bright yellow couch, a tasteful pop of color in this sophisticated space. The first air-conditioned bedroom has a double bed and private luxury. The second bedroom has two single beds that can be joined to form a king. It also has a large closet and a charming balcony. The third bedroom has a single bed, with tucked away trundle, for an additional guest. The additional bathroom on this floor is stunning with blue glass counter tops and large square tiles – it’s a design marvel. With so much to marvel over in this exquisite apartment, it’s almost impossible to say that its most impressive feature is its outdoor space. But the entire roof is dedicated to just that. Accessed through an automated, octagonal portal, the roof deck is decadent pleasure manifest. With modern long chairs, and its own glorious dining space, all of Paris can be seen from this perch in the sky.
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