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Not far from the train station, Appart'City Agen is located in the city's historic heart. Close to the indoor market, the residence offers an access privileged to the cultural, economic and administrative activity of the estate.
Perfectly located at the heart of the city and close to the train station, Appart'City Amiens offers a prime location along the River Somme, near all amenities and just minutes from the historic center. OPENING END OF DECEMBER 2013.
In hyper downtown served by the tram, Appart'City Angers is located in Saint-Serge district, near the Conference Center and the Place du Ralliement. Just a few minutes from the train station, your apart'hotel provides easy access to the A11 motorway connecting Paris to Nantes.
At the entrance to the historic city, Appart’City Angoulême is set in the medieval atmosphere of place Dunois, with its ancient abbey and large park which is a classified green space. Place Dunois neighbours the International Comic.
At the heart of the urban area and just a few minutes away from the Lake, Appart’City Annecy-Seynod is on an ideal position close to the A41 motorway taking along towards Lyon and Paris. In a landscaped environment, it offers a high level of services, allying comfort with aestheticism.
Example of price per day for a stay of 1 to 3 days in a T1 apartment.
According on availability, the effective fee schedule and general rental terms and conditions of Appart'City.
The Appart'City aparthotels and Appart'Vacances residences propose rental of apartments and cottages fully furnished and equipped with à la carte services for business and leisure trips of short and long term in the center of large cities in France and Belgium. Appart'City chain, leading French urban tourist residences in the heart of French towns, includes more than 70 residential hotels and more than 9,000 comfortable furnished accommodation at the best price for business travel and tourism.