Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Not suitable for children
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed

A superb contemporary renovation has gone into this Parisian boutique studio with elevator access which overlooks the Canal Saint-Martin and River Seine and offers spectacular views on the Eiffel Tower and all Paris : it is definitely an apartment with a view.

The small (15-sqm /162sqft) entirely refurbished, non-smoking, no-pets centrally heated / fully air-conditioned immaculate studio is perfect for an individual or a young couple; its layout has been organized to maximize the living space.

It is located on the 6th floor (elevator) of a 19th century building, is available alone or with a bigger apartment for 6 on the same floor with the same beautiful view.

The studio can sleep 2 in a kingsize bed with high-resilience foam mattress.

It has a superb walk-in Italian shower, sink and toilet (hair-drier available), a kitchenette equipped with fridge, 2 hotplates, an expresso coffee machine, an electric kettle, a toaster, and a microwave oven.

Free same day wash & dry service of your personal linen. Pressing at a fee.

There is also a laundromat two streets away.

The ceiling-to-floor double-glazed window floods it with sunlight.

The studio is furnished with contemporary furniture and painted in pastel shades of pink, and off-white. It is fitted with a chiffonier, shelves, a table / desk, two chairs, plasma TV screen with satellite channels, free Wifi connection, iron, ironing table, guidebooks, maps and tourist literature. There is ample room to put your clothes on hangers.

White linens and towels, tissues, kitchen roll, toilet paper and toiletries are provided ; your bed will be made.

An enclosed parking space below the building at the same address is attached to the studio at 15 euros per night.

Size Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 en suite
Check in time: 13:00
Check out time: 10:00
Nearest beach Non applicable
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Roissy Charles de Gaulle 25 km, Nearest railway: Austerlitz and Lyon RW stations 500 m
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, Staffed property, Sea view
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Telephone, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Furniture Double Beds (1), Cots available (1), Dining seats for 2
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Shared garden
Access Secure parking, Lift access, Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details outdoors

We can definitely vouch for the Marais and Bastille areas with their tons of cafés and restaurants.Boulevard de la Bastille faces the "Port de l'Arsenal", the nautical entrance to the Canal St-Martin and all the waterways that connect it to Paris and the Seine. The Bassin de l'Arsenal (boat basin) /Port de Plaisance is a *marina*. It is in the heart of the city, really charming in a Parisian way, and near good public transportation links like Gare de Lyon (to go to the South of France, Italy and Switzerland), Gare d'Austerlitz (to go to Versailles) and Bastille.Come discover the Marais-Bastille area between Ile Saint-Louis and Place de la Bastille:It's a wonderful place to walk or jog, have a café, picnic -- there's even a park for young children there. Another wonderful green space nearby is the "Coulée Verte" above the Viaduc des Arts that was featured in a recent film starring Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke. So we are not lacking in green space nearby. Finally the zoo is to be found across the River in the Jardin des Plantes.Visit the Bastille Opera House and the “Rue de Lappe” with its many ethnic restaurants and pubs. Enjoy a cruise on Canal Saint-Martin leaving from Place de la Bastille or the Batobus leaving from Jardin des Plantes across the river. For those who come to Paris on business, they will be between two train stations Gare de Lyon and Gare d'Austerlitz, close to RER A which crosses the whole of Paris up to the area of La Defense (in 20 mn); they will not be far from the two major airports (direct buses to and from Gare de Lyon); the metro station that services the apartment, Quai de la Râpée, is directly connected to Roissy Airport via Gare du Nord.The apartment building is situated half a block from the Seine. The Quai de la Rapée Metro is just a few steps away, and there's a Vélib station right next to it. The Metro (Line 5) exactly one stop away from Line 1 (which takes you through the Marais, the Louvre, the Rue de Rivoli, the Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, etc.) and one stop away from Line 10 (which takes you to the 5th arrondissement, Odéon and St. Germain des Prés ... all the way to Boulogne). Plus Line 5 itself has its merits, one being that it takes you directly to the Gare du Nord (and Gare de l'Est), as well as to the Place d'Italie, which is a great centre for Chinese and Thai food.A plus is that this building has a real garden out back, which is fairly rare in Paris.

The Ile-de-France region

You can stroll along the Port de Plaisance de Paris or the Open Air Sculpture museum, get in no time into the Jardin des Plantes and the Latin Quarter. Our neighbour, the latest modern art museum and private foundation in Paris, la Maison Rouge, was inaugurated on the 5th of June 2004 at number 10 of the Boulevard de la Bastille. Within walking distance (10 minutes) are Ile saint-Louis, Ile de la Cit (with Notre-Dame), the Place des Vosges with French novelist Victor Hugo's house in which he wrote his novels, especially Les Misrables, and Muse Picasso. Within walking distance (15 minutes) there is also March d'Aligre, the typical and cheapest daily open-air food market of the capital.

Paris Ile-de-France : A cultural gold mine !
The Louvre Museum, Versailles Chteau, Orsay Museum, Saint-Denis Basilica and the Fontainebleau Chteau are all just a small part of what makes Paris Ile-de-France the most beautiful museum in the world. Between cultural visits and entertainment possibilities, there are ample opportunities to take advantage of your stay and discover the very best in festive entertainment and leisure activity : shows, Parisian reviews, operas, not to mention shopping, sports and more.

Paris Ile-de-France throws open the doors to its rich heritage: castles, museums, monuments, unusual sites, artists' homes, gardens and natural parks. Everything that Paris Ile-de-France has to offer abounds in spectacle and enchantment: evenings on terraces beneath sweet summer skies, reviews bathed in glitter and glitz, operas and the hottest discos around.

Paris is a major world capital and a crossroads for the latest trends. Shopping in the capital is not a question of luxury but of temptation, which will taunt you at every street corner you see ! Paris Ile-de-France is the only address you need when looking for fun or to unwind. There are ample opportunities to challenge your capabilities and even amaze yourself !

Central Paris

Paris is a majestic city, a city of culture, romance, gastronomy, design and fashion. It is also a city on the move, a city of daring...
With the opening of new museums, world-class sporting events, festive and popular urban happenings like “Nuit Blanche” and “Paris Plage”, Paris is a capital that never sleeps.

Whether you are a newcomer or already familiar with the Paris scene, there is a vast choice awaiting you: over 1,800 classified monuments, 170 museums, 145 theatres and 380 cinemas. Some of the cultural sites of the capital are absolute “musts” and among the most visited monuments in the world. Several of them have Unesco world heritage status.

Paris, however, is not just a historical city. Its riverbanks and neighbourhoods, some of which retain a village atmosphere, are an invitation to stroll and sightsee. By day or by night, from Belleville to the Marais, from the Butte aux Cailles to Montmartre, soak up the special ambience of these "quartiers" to grasp the true “spirit” of the city and let yourself be carried away by its energy and vitality.

Paris, the eternal, original, modern, creative City of Lights, is yours for the taking.

Whether you are already “in love” with our city or here for the first time, please make yourself at home.
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