- Room Type:Entire Apartment
- Max Guests:9
- Min Stay:3
- Pets Allowed:No
- private terrace
- without lift
- double glazing
- electric heating
- ironing equipment
- washing machine/dryer
- dvd/cd collection
- book collection
Situated in Paris, this 2 bedroom apartment accommodates up to 4 guests and starts at just EUR 345 per night.
The accommodation is 85 sqm. It is located on the 4th floor. The building has an elevator.
This apartment is child-friendly. It also has internet (wifi) access. It features 1 double bed and 1 sofa bed / futon and has 2 bathrooms. Bed linens and towels are included.
Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a dish washer, a fridge, a freezer, a grill, a microwave, an oven, a toaster, a kettle / water-boiler, and a washing machine. Guests can also enjoy a telephone and a TV.
This is a no-smoking property. Pets are not permitted.
Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
Located on rue Claude Bernard in the heart of Latin Quarter, this lovely one-bedroom apartment is located on the second floor of a beguiling low-rise building with an inviting brocante shop (furnishings, interesting knock-knacks, sometime bargains) called l'Evidence downstairs. You enter the apartment and a short hallway leads to a cozy salon, which is homey with that touch of Parisian elegance.The salon opens by a pass-through to a small, fully equipped kitchen -- a perfect place to prepare your mouth-watering finds from the Monge market. The bedroom is inviting and sunny, with a large queen bed and one of those wrought-iron-railed balconies that have always made you want to linger.The bath, newly renovated along with the rest of this charming space, offers a nice, deep French bathtub, and spick-and-span fixtures for your comfort.It's the perfect place from which to enjoy this perfect area of Paris. Amor, amour, amore – in any language, you'll love it.Attractions in the 5th district include Latin Quarter, Jardin des Plantes, Musée de Cluny, Pantheon, Arènes de Lutèce, Rue Mouffetard and much more. - KITCHEN• Equipped Kitchen• Stove• Oven• Microwave• Toaster• Refrigerator• Coffee Machine• Nespresso•LIVING AREA• Television• CD Player• DVD Player• Radio BATHROOM• Shower• Bathtub• Hairdryer LAUNDRY & LINEN• Linen/Towels INTERNET & COMPUTERS• Wifi Like Greenwich Village in New York, or the French Quarter in New Orleans, the 5th Arrondissement, otherwise known as the Latin Quarter in Paris, is a place where seduction happens. You may think once smitten, twice shy, but you'll keep coming back for more. Part of its magic: it's one of the oldest districts of the city, dating literally back to ancient times. The district lies geographically in the south-center of Paris, just below the Seine River, where you'll find traces of the district's imperial (and Latin-speaking) past surviving in such sites as the Arènes de Lutèce, a Roman amphitheatre, and the Thermes de Cluny, a Roman spa. Unlike with most other places, love at first sight, usually impossible, happens here with ease and simplicity. The secret? All the right ingredients are mysteriously aligned. The life that characterizes these charming streets now runs the gamut from the ancient to the avant-garde. A week in this lovely pied-à-terre will make you wonder why you didn't stay in this neighborhood, in this apartment, years ago when you first visited Paris. There's a wealth of experiences to take in at short walking distance. In fact, you may never need to descend into the Métro during your entire stay. You can feast on gastronomic delights in the food shops, bistros, and restaurants of nearby Contrescarp Plaza; or take in the fabulous open-air markets which have replaced most of the car traffic in rue Monge during the weekdays. For the culture-hungry soul, there's the Arab World Institute. To see one of the finest monuments of neoclassical architecture, look no further than the Panthéon, occupying its own square atop the Montagne St. Geneviève. A stroll in some gorgeous gardens? You're a few minutes from the beautiful Jardin du Luxembourg, or the Jardin des Plantes, the huge central botanical garden of France. Parisians and visitors are truly love-struck with this neighborhood. Polish director Krzysztof Kie?lowski made the trilogy Three Colors (Blue, White, Red), homages to the virtues symbolized by the French flag. Bleu, made in 1992, takes place mainly on nearby rue Mouffetard, a Neolithic road whose name dates back to the Roman Empire. Like the best seduction, you won't notice you're smitten until it's too late. Like the sharpest of arrows, you won't feel it penetrate. But try removing it, and you'll feel something missing. That's the 5th Arrondissement for you. Handle with care. Security Deposit: 360 Euro to be paid at prior least 48 hrs prior to check in. Refundable upon check out HOW DO WE GET TO THE APARTMENT FROM THE AIRPORT? We are happy to offer you a private car service for your arrival. Your driver will wait for your party outside the Customs doors/at the end of the relevant train platform, bearing a sign reading your name. He will then call us upon your departure from the airport/train station so that your greeter can time the meet up at the apartment.
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