Located at the famous Rue des Rosiers & Rue Vieille du Temple, this beautiful 40m2 apartment (2x the average size of a studio in Paris) has a mezzanine and can sleep comfortably 4 people. It is located on the 4th floor (3rd French floor). The stairs are very wide and easy to use (no elevator). You will be amazed by the volumes of this apartment, its high ceilings, its brightness, thanks also to its large window. The lobby has an open kitchen and a lavish living room, spacious and comfortable.
On the living area you will find a beautiful genuine leather sofa bed with a queen size (160x200cm) high-end memory foam mattress. You will find also a beautiful table with 4 chairs and a large 55-inch (140cm) UHD 4K TV (latest generation) with international channels. There are also two electric heaters in the main room including an LED electric fireplace.
Guests can enjoy this table as desk under the window overlooking the courtyard.
This spacious room has a large closet with built-in shelves and hanging space, which will be more than welcome in case of a long stay!
The kitchen is open on the living room, but it is well separated from it. It is modern and well equipped. It includes a fridge with freezer, dishwasher, washer, induction countertop, nespresso machine, nutribullet to make smoothies, toasters to grill some delicious French baguette and plates/utensils.
The mezzanine is a comfortable sleeping space (not high enough to walk) and has two single beds with high-end mattresses (80x200cm each). You can place the two single beds side-by-side to create a queen size bed 160x200cm if needed.
The luxurious bathroom with marble walls is very comfortable. It has a large walk-in shower, one washbasin, a towel heater and additional storage space.
This apartment is absolutely gorgeous; it will delight aesthetes and other lovers of the Beautiful! Decorated with much taste and attention to detail, it blends harmoniously ancient and contemporary pieces. The minimalist style of this place is punctuated with touches of color, making it warmer and more welcoming.
Ideal for a family, comfortable, spacious and perfectly located in the heart of the Marais, this beautiful pied-à-terre has everything you can wish for!Interaction with Guests
You will be greeted at the check-in by a professional concierge service.The Neighborhood
Le Marais is the closest you will get to the feel of medieval Paris and has more pre-revolutionary buildings and streets left intact than any other area in Paris. It is near the beautiful Place des Vosges and Place de la Bastille. It's very similar in feel to the West Village in Manhattan, with a different architecture of course, but the small crooked medieval lanes are alive with bars, restaurants, hotels, high and low fashion boutiques, trendy shops, hip designers, old fashioned bread shops, jewelry, wine shops, fashionable art galleries and museums all crammed into one small area.
Situated on the Right Bank of the River Seine, it is bordered to the west by the 1st arrondissement; to the north by the 3rd, to the east by the 11th and 12th, and to the south by the Seine and the 5th.
The 4th arrondissement contains the Renaissance-era Paris City Hall. It also contains the Renaissance square of Place des Vosges, the overtly modern Pompidou Centre and the lively southern part of the medieval district of Le Marais, which today is known for being the gay district of Paris (while the more quiet northern part of Le Marais is contained inside the 3rd arrondissement). The eastern parts of the Île de la Cité (including Notre-Dame de Paris) as well as the Île Saint-Louis are also included within the 4th arrondissement.
Quartier Saint-Paul. From the Hôtel de Ville to Place des Vosges. Musée Carnavalet. Quartier des Archives and Quartier du Temple. The Marais is served from north to south by the République, Temple, Arts et Métiers, Filles du Calvaire, Rambuteau, Saint-Sébastien-Froissart, Chemin Vert, Hôtel de Ville, Saint-Paul, Pont Marie, Bastille and Sully-Morland Metro stations.
Not to be missed: the church of Saint-Gervais-Saint-Protais on Place Saint-Gervais, La Maison Européenne de la Photographie at 5-7 rue de Fourcy, the church of Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis at 99 rue Saint-Antoine, the Shoah Memorial at 17 rue Geoffroy-l'Asnier, Hôtel de Sens at 1 rue Figuier, and also: Hôtel de Sully, Place des Vosges, Rue Vieille-du-Temple, Rue des Rosiers, Place du Marché-Sainte-Catherine, etc.
The historical richness of Paris is exemplified in this quartier, endowed by kings and aristocrats from the 16th to the 17th century with a royal square, splendid mansions, whole street devoted to the celebration of architecture.
The Marais is made up of several historic quartiers, in part of the 3rd and 4th arrondissements of Paris, on the right bank of the Seine, in the city centre. The Marais is a self-contained village within the city, with its regulars, its local shops and all the magic of its warm and friendly ambience, far from the stereotypical image of a big city.
In the area around the Hôtel de Ville, there are plenty of devoted fans of its trendy cafés, replaced further along by the family atmosphere of Place des Vosges.
It is home to many cultural and sporting events in the city. There are places of worship, all sorts of interesting shops, restaurants and local bistros.
From the early 17th century, following the construction of Place des Vosges, Le Marais became the home of the Parisian nobility and many mansions were built there, many of which are still to be seen today.
In 1969, André Malraux (Minister of Culture from (phone number hidden) under the presidency of Général de Gaulle) launched a conservation and preservation programme that is still underway today. The Marais is now preserved and attractive to wealthy people because of its beautiful buildings. There are many museums there too.
A variety of communities have established themselves over the years, Jewish people at the end of the 19th century, the Chinese after the First World War and later on, the gay. A melting-pot that makes this area so interesting and so sought after by investors, because it such a great place to live.
L’île de la Cité, the heart of the city beats, to the busy rhythm of Parisians and tourists marvelling at Notre-Dame and Sainte-Chapelle, all in an architectural environment rearranged by Rambuteau and Haussmann. However, this is where the founders of the city, members of the Gallic tribe, the Parisii, established themselves, then came the bishops and their cathedral, followed by the Capetian kings with their governments, not to mention the oldest hospital in the city and the Parisians themselves.
Just a stone's throw away from there is l’île Saint-Louis which fortunately was spared the radical city planning of the 19th century and has kept its rather aristocratic cachet acquired in the 17th century.
Not to be missed: Notre Dame, Sainte-Chapelle and the Conciergerie, the view from Square du Vert-Galant, the flower market, the façade of the Hôtel de Chenizot at 52 rue Saint-Louis-en-l'île and the interior decor of the Hôtel de Lauzun at 17 quai d'Anjou.Getting Around
8 min walk to Notre Dame Cathedral and City Hall
8 min walk to Centre Pompidou (Beaubourg)
15 min walk to Quartier Latin
20min walk to Le Louvre Museum
30 min walk to Musee D'Orsay
Near St Paul tube station on Line 1, RER B and many buses lines