The appartment itself is on second floor and about 30m2, just been fully redesigned, two main rooms (living and bed), 1 small bathroom, 1 small kitchen:
Bathroom: Shower, toilet, sink, washing machine, all shiny and new.
Bedroom: 1 orthopedic large double bed, full wardrobe, built-in desk and cheminy (we only kept it for aestitic reasons)
Living Room: 2 orthopedic singl beds as couches, 1 foldaway/adjustable height dining table, TV, and speakers to connect any MP3 player, the TV or your computer, fan, poker set.
Kitchen: Convection oven, microwave oven, kettle, fridge with freezer, cooking books,
Rental of the appartment also includes:
Internet, Landphone (free local calls in France), crockery and all necesary kitchen utensil, towels, bed clothes and sweet duvet, usage of the washing machine, cleaning of bedclothes and towels before and after your stay, any advice about Paris, meeting amazingly nice neighbors and enjoying the most central location.Interaction with Guests
We receıve you but once you are ın, ıts your place.
We wıll check on you from tıme to tıme to make everythıng ıs okay and you have all you need.
You can also call us anytıme, whatever hour, to ask for anythıng.The Neighborhood
The Bastille district is also very famous for its village-like ambiance. 2 blocks away you will find all the bars and restaurant. This is probably the best district for tourists as it connects to any major monument very fast. You even have one of Paris finest and cheapest Morrocan restaurant as a neighbor, Le Souk. Say you come from Farah or Wady, they'll receive you very well! So, if you are looking for the most typical Parisian life, you won't regret staying at Mazoua (that is how we call this appartment in my family =) )
It is a very lively, trendy, and safe district of Paris. Many people say it is one of the best areas to stay at, to visit Paris and surroundings. Here's what Lonely Planet says about it:
"the Bastille area is best known for being a hotbed of history, but the area is also an up-and-coming foodie paradise. Visit gourmet delicatessens, patisseries, wine bars and, of course, the must-see Marché d’Aligre"
It is at a walking distance of le Marais, and a lot (many lines and frequent passage) of night buses, which are much cheaper than taxis.Getting Around
Close (5 to 10 mıns walk) to the metro stations of Ledru-Rollin (line 8), Breguet-Sabin (line 5), Voltaire (line 9), and Bastille (lines, 1/5/8). Also 5 mins walk from any night bus lines to easily bring you back after tasting Paris' nightlife on the Champs-Elysées or the Opera area.
Also on a 5 mins walk radius, you will find: 5 supermarkets (2 late night), 2 street markets, parks, 4 street-bike (Velıb) stations.