This cozy 50 square meters apartment is located on rue Etienne Marcel in the 2nd arrondissement, on the 6th floor with elevator of a 19th century building and it sleeps 2 persons. This apartment is equipped with : TV, unlimited high speed internet access with the wifi. Also provided : Bed linens, Blankets, Pillows, Towels and Kitchen utensils.
The 19th century building is equipped with : security code.Guest Access
Entrance, one bedroom with large bed, one full equippedd kitchen, one salon with sofa, shower and toilets. Interaction with Guests
We will be there for your arrival.The Neighborhood
Montorgueil, a pedestrian district
To make the most of the excitement of Paris, far from cars and close to the great monuments, the Montorgueil district is an excellent choice. A very lively Parisian district less well-known than the surrounding areas. However, it is one of the busiest in the capital. The busy cultural and commercial activity of the surrounding areas are such that the streets are one after another being integrated into the networks of one nearby district or another. Nevertheless, it is here that everyone comes to go for a walk and do their shopping. Largely pedestrianized in the 1990s, the charm of the local streets combines with that of the many shopping alleys. The district is surrounded by the Eglise Saint-Eustache and Les Halles, Rue du Louvre, Rue Réaumur, and Boulevard Sébastopol. The buildings are concentrated in narrow streets, perfect for sitting down at a table on the many terraces. Walks to Bonne-Nouvelle While strolling from one store to the next, make sure you don't miss the entrance to the symbolic Passage du Grand-Cerf on Rue Saint-Denis, a shopping arcade with a high glass roof and which is listed as a historic monument. A remnant of the first half of the 19th century that has survived Haussmann-style metamorphosis and lamented by Aragon in Le Paysan de Paris, it is an enriching part of the social life and atmosphere of the neighborhood. On Rue Etienne Marcel, curiosity takes you to the Tour de Jean Sans Peur, one of the last relics of the Middle Ages in Paris. The tower is built on the ramparts of Philip II Augustus and was part of the Hôtel des Ducs de Bourgogne. Rue Saint-Denis is a symbol of Paris. It was known as the red-light district for many years but is now being transformed, and traditional stores are emerging. In terms of shopping, Montorgueil has everything you need: small convenience stores, bakeries, general food stores, and, of course, a wide selection of restaurants. If the fast pace of life of the streets of Montorgueil appeals to you for your next stay in Paris, why not take a look at our list of apartments in the area?Getting Around
Montorgueil is a very lively area and has a particularly good metro service: line 4 runs to Chatelêt-Les Halles, Etienne Marcel, and Réaumur Sébastopol, where it intersects with line 3, which also leads to the Sentier station. At Châtelet station, you can take the RER A, B, and D