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16TH ARRONDISSEMENT (TROCADERO/BOIS DE BOULOGNE) Originally the village of Passy, where Benjamin Franklin lived during most of his time in Paris, this district is still reminiscent of Proust’s world. Highlights include the Bois de Boulogne; the Jardin du Trocadéro; the Maison de Balzac; the Musée Guimet (famous for its Asian collections); and the Cimetière de Passy, resting place of Manet, Talleyrand, Giraudoux, and Debussy. One of the largest arrondissements, it’s known today for its well-heeled bourgeoisie, its upscale rents, and some rather posh (and, according to its critics, rather smug) residential boulevards.

S. Eliot, and Matisse. 15TH ARRONDISSEMENT (GARE MONTPARNASSE/ INSTITUT PASTEUR) This is a mostly residential district beginning at Gare Montparnasse and stretching to the Seine. In size and population, it’s the largest quarter of Paris but draws few tourists and has few attractions, except for the Parc des Expositions, the Cimetière du Montparnasse, and the Institut Pasteur. ” 16TH ARRONDISSEMENT (TROCADERO/BOIS DE BOULOGNE) Originally the village of Passy, where Benjamin Franklin lived during most of his time in Paris, this district is still reminiscent of Proust’s world.

She hired Jean-Philippe Nuel, who kept many of the original architectural features, including exposed beams, old stones, and hardwood floors. He created a medieval look graced with wenge-wood furnishings, white walls, and bronzed sconces—old-world charm in a tasteful and refined setting. The midsize bedrooms are completely up-to-date with beautiful and comfortable furnishings, along with impressive bathrooms with tub and shower. The so-called breakfast “cave” is actually a charming room with slip-covered chairs and sea-grass matting.

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