Positioned3.5 km from Eiffel Tower in Paris, Edgar Suites Expo Paris Porte de Versailles features accommodation with air exertion and free WiFi.
The units come with parquet bottoms and feature a completely equipped kitchen with a microwave oven, a dining area, a flat- screen television with satellite channels, and a private restroom with shower and a hairdryer. A fridge, a stovetop and toaster oven are also available, as well as a kettle and a coffee machine.
Parc des tycoons is3.9 km from the aparthotel, while Rodin Museum is4.1 km from the property. The nearest field is Paris- Orly Airport, 16 km from Edgar Suites Expo Paris Porte de Versailles.
Couples particularly like the position — they rated it8.8 for a two- person trip.
Edgar Suites Expo Paris Porte de Versailles has been drinking Booking.com guests since 29 Mar 2018.
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