This 3 cozy rooms with exposed beams and stone, will be your perfect haven of peace to begin to visit Paris from its center.
Located rue Saint André des Arts, in a quiet and charming courtyard, 5 minutes of Our Lady of Paris.
Do you want to experience Paris as a local?
Louvre, Orsay, Pompidou, Notre Dame, Latin Quarter, cheep bistros, fancy petit dejeuner facing the Seine like in postcards
You've got everything just around the corner.
I have an apartment of 50m square, at the ground floor, good for four people.
It has two bedrooms :
A very large about 20 -25m square with a king size bed and a picture window.
And a Smaller room, with a bed 120x200 cm.
A crib is available on demand.
The apartment has a designed bathroom .
The apartment is typical of the Latin Quarter:
exposed stone walls and an exposed wood and beamed ceiling as well.
There are in the apartment Wifi Internet / TV / Fully equipped kitchen + coffeemaker, teapot, kettle
I would be happy to answer all your questions, do not hesitate
Travelers will have access to the whole apartment
Interaction with guests
I would be delighted to be welcomed in this apartment and recommender the best place in town
Other things to note
If you have any questions before or during your stay, I am always available by mail, phone, or just Airbnb per message (I usually answer within the 5 minutes to the hour). If I'm not in Paris when you arrive, there will always be a friend to you welcome or simple instructions that allow you to check in without waiting a minute in the street! :)
Friendly apartment for a family with 1 to 3 children, friends wanting to discover Paris.
No binding rules, just respect your private life and the apartment is in effect.
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Grand voyageur, je connais les difficultés à trouver une belle demeure.
C'est pour cela que je vous accueillerai avec plaisir, dans ce que je pense être un lieu idéal de villégiature.
« Le voyage est une espèce de porte par où l'on sort de la réalité comme pour pénétrer dans une réalité inexplorée qui semble un rêve. »
de Guy de Maupassant