My housing is light and in a secure building on high floor.
4 room apartment of 110m² with 2 Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms .
1 living room and dining room of 40m² with large windows of
equipped with :
- 1 large design table for 8/10 people
- 1 sofa ,
- 1 coffee table,
- 500 cable channels ,
- 1 stereo ,
- 2 chair disign .
1st Chamber of 17m² overlooking the street :
- Double- glazed window ,
- 2 single beds plus another possible 2
- 2 night tables,
2nd bedroom of 19m² Overlooking the street :
- Window double glazing,
- 1 double bed ,
- 2 night tables,
- Parquet .
1 bathroom of 8 m², contiguous to the bedroom 2 , equipped with:
- 1 sink ,
- 1 bathtub with shower head ,
- Tiles .
1 showeroom 3 m², independent , equipped with:
- 1 sink ,
- 1 shower,
The kitchen of 15m² is equipped with:
- 1 bar WITH 3 chairs,
- 1 Refrigerator,
- 1 freezer,
- 1 dishwasher,
- 1 extractor hood,
- 1 four
- 1 microwave,
- 1 washing machine ,
- 1 coffee maker
- 1 kettle,
- 1 toaster, etc.Guest Access
Chic furniture contemporary.
Equipements : 2 doubles BR ,1 large bathroom , 1 shower room, a fully equipped kitchen, a large living room, TV, wifi access, storage. a cot for baby is supply.
This apartment is equipped with unlimited high speed Internet access .
It is also equipped with sheets, blankets, pillows, towels and kitchen utensils.Interaction with Guests
On arrival, a free concierge service will listen to your requests. It will tell you the best addresses, and will help you make your reservations, throughout your stay. A notice will be given throughout the run of the house and 2 sets of keys.The Neighborhood
Along with the Marais, Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Montmartre, the Latin quarter is surely one of the most popular destinations from all over the French capital! It's in this historic quarter of the 5th and 6th arrondissements, on the left bank of the Seine, that you can find one of the most famous universities in France, the Sorbonne.
You can visit its 17th-century chapel, where the Cardinal Richelieu's tomb lies. This incredible proliferation of art and culture, with university establishments, grandes écoles, old bookshops and art galleries, is what gives the place such a special atmosphere. Here, residents, students and tourists rub shoulders all year round in a bustling environment! After a relaxing break or spot of shopping in one of the many cafes, restaurants and shops on the Boulevard Saint-Michel, you can set off to explore the beautiful sites in the Latin quarter, and there's no shortage of them!
At every stop along the way, you can discover aspects of Paris' history, from Antiquity to the contemporary era, via the Middle Ages. Why not start with the Saint-Séverin district, which is certainly one of the most picturesque and tourist-friendly areas in this part of the left bank! The medieval character and typical charm of Rues Galande, de la Huchette, de la Harpe and de la Parcheminerie will take you back in time. You'll also find many shops and restaurants, as well as Paris' narrowest street, Rue du Chat-qui-Pêche. In this area you'll also see the beautiful Church of St Severinus, with its double ambulatory and superb old stained glass windows.
A little further along are the Church of St Julian the Poor (Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre) and its charming square, with amazing views of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, a marvellous haven of peace. As you wander around the Latin quarter, you'll also find some of Paris' major heritage sites, like the famous Panthéon dedicated to the memory of the nation's great people, the Gallo-Roman thermal baths and the sumptuous Cluny Medieval Museum, the Roman arenas of Lutetia, the monumental fountain on the famous Place Saint-Michel and the Garden of Plants (Jardin des Plantes), a very agreeable park. At night, the Latin quarter gets even livelier with its arthouse cinemas, theatres, concert venues, famous Paradis Latin cabaret and legendary jazz club, Le Caveau de la Huchette. Before you leave, don't forget to drop by the picturesque Rue Mouffetard, where you can stroll along the many shops and restaurants or sip a drink on one of the cafe terraces on the very pleasant Place de la Contrescarpe...Getting Around
Transport at the foot of the apartment
- Metro: lines 10 and 4 (station st Michel)
- RER lines B and C
- Many bus close
- A bike station outside the door.
- A car parking 50 meters
If you arrive from Roissy Charles de Gaulle or Orly airport , it will take 45 minutes to 1 hour to get to the apartment, the price is 55/35 euro.
If you arrive by train stations , it is easier to take a taxi for about 20 eurosOther Things to Note
Latin Quarter / St Michel: the stronghold of students and Parisian artists.
Stay in this area is to meet the Parisian youth, exchange ideas, philosophize in the Palais du Luxembourg, admire the magnificent monuments high places of knowledge and, for some, the symbols of the French artistic creation.
Authentic Paris student district on the left bank of the Seine, the Latin Quarter has the historic heart Sorbonne University.
The streets vibrate with animations and it is in this Paris intellectual you meet the soul of Paris.
While many churches are present in the neighbourhood, one can hold your attention: the Saint Sulpice Church where was filmed "DA VINCI".
Cultural or gourmet stops to suit your needs!
Whether by subway, bus or bicycle, offers easy transport.
You will be a maximum of 5 minutes walk of beautiful folds monuments, Notre Dame, the Louvre, the Sorbonne ....