|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
This charming apartment exudes personality and style. Located on rue de Montmorency in the trendy Marais district, the apartment is very close to the Centre Pompidou, the Museum of Arts and Crafts, and the Picasso Museum. The decor is modern and colorful and accented with original art pieces. Music lovers will notice a few winks from great artists of the music industry. Everything within the apartment is geared towards creating a warm and cozy atmosphere, with a nod to functionality and comfort.
Apartment Montmorency sleeps up to four guests in one double bedroom and a sofa bed. Like in a loft, spaces are completely open, enabling guests to spend quality time with friends and family. The living area is charming; touches of color, the mix of materials, and lighting elements all contribute to its warmth. The small kitchen is nicely equipped with a fridge, stove, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, and kettle. The comfortable bedroom affords a good night sleep and the combination of the classical wallpaper, the violet shades, and the small lamps offering filtered light transforms this room into a small, romantic cocoon. Next to it is a pleasing Full bathroom with a traditional, pedestal sink, and large shower and toilet.
In addition to offering a home away from home in this trendy and lively neighborhood, Apartment Montmoreny also offers a bit of green in its charming garden below.
"The apartment was wonderful, perfect location, seamless check-in/out process.
One suggestion would be some new sheets and pillows."
My wife and I enjoyed very much this apartment. It was well appointed, the bed very comfortable (extremely important to us). The unit is well located in a wonderfully charming neighborhood. Quiet at night, safe to walk. Close to the Metro, tourist sites, markets, restaurants, markets and shopping. The only drawback was the smallness of the unit. Nevertheless, I well recommend this unit for couples, one will not be disappointed. The management company was outstanding and helpful in every way possible. All in all, it made out first trip to Paris a positively memorable one.