1st Arrondissement Louvre Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Apartment, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2-3)
Newly renovated! Live like a Parisian in the center of Paris in the much sought-after 'Carré des Antiquaires' neighborhood, the high-end antique area. This ideal location is within 5 minutes walking distance from the Musée d'Orsay, the Louvre and St. Germain des Près. The apartment is on the 2nd floor (no elevator) of a 16th century building and former convent. The interior courtyard is cobble-stoned and you have an upholstery workshop on the ground floor. There is a digicode for security to enter the building from the street.
The apartment itself is a bright and sunny one-bedroom (30 m sq) apartment with high ceilings and unique art. It has been decorated by an interior designer. The bedroom has a Queen size bed (160 x 200 cm). There is a separate toilet and off the bedroom you have a bathroom with a sink and shower. The living room contains a comfortable fold out couch, a dining area with an antique table and chair set and a modern kitchen. Electric heating.
The location is very central and central Paris is easily accessible on foot. The closest metro station is rue du Bac (line 12) or St. Germain des Près (line 4) or you can walk across the river and through the Louvre to catch the line 7 at Palais Royal. The RER C station Musée d'Orsay (which takes you to Versailles) is conveniently located right down the street.
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
I am American and my husband is Parisian so we were looking to buy a place in a neighborhood we love. This apartment is ideally suited to being a vacation rental since it is located within one of the most charming neighborhoods of Paris.
The location is exceptional and the building has lots of charm. We were looking to buy an investment property and this fit out description of the type of place we'd like to stay if we rented an apartment on vacation.
Walk out your door and buy a fresh baguette right down the block and then stroll over to the Louvre and the Tuileries gardens or walk to the famous literary cafes for your morning coffee.