5th Arrondissement Latin Quarter Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Studio, sleeps 2 to 3, 1 bathroom, separate kitchenette
Les Studios St Severin are nested in a 12th century building, next to each other on the second floor, each with 2 tall windows looking out on a pedestrian street . Each studio is furnished with double-bed, cafe-style table and chairs, a TV with dozens of locals, European and international channels, a chandelier, a kitchenette equipped with 2 cooking plates, a fridge, a microwave, coffee-maker and a functional bathroom with a shower.
There is a pouf, folded mattress which unfold into a twin bed for third person.
High Bandwidth WiFi Internet to your lap top and free local, regional and international calls to USA, Australia, Canada Europe and China to land lines (no call to cell phone please!) and TV with English and French speaking channels.
TELCO Package: 1) High Bandwidth WiFi Internet to your lap top
2) FREE local, regional and international calling to many countries such as USA, Australia, Canada Europe and China (calls to land lines only no cell phone please)
3) TV with English and French speaking channels.
Hair dryer included: Hair dryer in bathroom, with soap, shampoo and conditioner on your arrival.
Pedestrian Street: The street is 'pedestrian only' lined by restaurants, gifts shops, bakeries and not far from Place Maubert with its famous food, flowers and cheese market. You will be transported in your own private Paris!
- children welcome
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
First let me say that my wife and I are avid travellers, Europe, South and Central America on all sorts of budgets. I believe we have fair expectations and generally "roll with the punches". I feel this is an accurate assessment of Studio St. Severin. Here is what you should know. 1. Claude and Vioiaine(the owners) are wonderful honest people with tons of advice, and do not oversell their property. It is budget, it is old, and wonderfully it is in the heart of it all. 2. We had a hard time finding the apartment at first and realized the street numbers are a little confusing but eventually we found the front door just as pictured. Sadly the street is only 2 blocks long so I don't really know what our problem was in finding it. 3. Hundreds of restaurants within 5 blocks. 4. Directly off of the Metro and train line from the airport, it could not be easier to get there. 5. The studio we were in was overlooking a busy alley with restaurants right below. The studio is noisy into the evening as Parisians eat late. No big deal since you are eating late too. If you like it really quiet, I am sure there is a Holiday Inn for you somewhere right outside of the city limits. 6. The alley is an alley, therefore you are many times looking into the apartment across the way at another tourist in his underwear, no big deal since most times you are in your underwear at that moment too. There are curtains, but I don't like to miss anything. 7. When you arrive you find your door to the front of your building is also the back door to the kitchen of a restaurant, no worries, you soon will be lucky enough to know a real french chef! Bon Jour! 8. You really are only a block from the river and Notre Dame, it is a FABULOUS location. Bonus: when all the other tourists have to make a cross city trip to get back to their room, you get to just get up from the table at the restaurant and go upstairs. Strolling around the Notre Dame cathedral and the river at night is beautiful, and you are quickly back to bed. 9. Shopping for anything can be done within a few blocks, money exchanges as well. 10. The apartment is basic, but has the necessaries, comfy bed, new coffee maker, good locks, phone, etc. KEEP IN MIND when you first arrive your eyes are tired and harsh and you will not be overly impressed with what you see. Trust me, take a nap, shower, all of sudden you will feel like you are at home in your little Paris apartment, lucky you... I wish I was there right now