1st Arrondissement Louvre Studio Rental Photos and Description
Welcome, for 2 nights to 1 month stays with your couple or with your family.
Ideally located, Palais-Royal area, between the Louvre and the Opera, in the heart of cultural Paris (museums, theatres and cinemas), fashion Paris (shops, Grands Magasins) and business Paris, a few minutes away by walk to the Garden of Palais-Royal and the Tuileries, from the banks of the Seine. You will be in good conditions to enjoy the Parisian life.
Located on the 2nd floor (without a lift), this beautiful studio of 25m² for 2- 4 people, is ideal for a tourist or a professional stay in Paris.
19th century building. Exposed beams.
Totally equipped for a pleasant stay.
Sheets, bath towels, tea towels are supplied and changed once a week.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
I live in this neighborhood in the heart of Paris since 1992, and since then I always wanted to stay, despite the constraints of my job. Every morning when I walk along the 'Comédie Française' and its fountains, the 'Palais Royal' and its garden, I see the Louvre at the end of the street, I still have the eyes of a visitor who discovers this beautiful city for the first time.
Laurent purchased this studio in 2008
Why Laurent chose 1st Arrondissement Louvre
There's a bakery Rue Molière, less than 40 meters from the apartement, and another one, 100 meters from there, Rue de Richelieu. They are both opened 6 days a week from 7am.
There's a supermaket (called 'Monoprix') with all the food you need avenue de l'Opéra, next to Pyramide Metro Station, 200 meters from the apartement. It is opened until 10pm.
You can find a lot of restaurants Place du Marché Saint-Honoré (french restaurants), Rue des Petits Champs, Rue de Richelieu (a very good wine bar and restaurant), Rue Sainte-Anne .(japanese restaurant).. all these places are in the neighborhood.
If you like beef, I know a very good butcher, 'Rue du Marché Saint Honoré'.
Several times a week, there's a typical french open market, with a lot of fresh food, 15 minutes walk from there.
I also personnaly like 'Rue Montorgueil' which looks like a village ... in the center of Paris.