|Space||699 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 - 6 nights|
Very nice typical Paris roof view apartment in Saint Germain des Près, the heart of Paris. 2 bedrooms, 1 living room, 1 kitchen and 1 bath room. Located on the 4th floor of a 18th century building (no lift). My flat give you the chance to visit by walk distance to the Seine river, the Louvre museum, Orsay museum, Saint Germain church area and the Quartier Latin, Notre Dame etc. Bicycles available in the same block which will allow you to go to Eiffel tower, Champs Elysée within 15 minutes max. All luxury shops and famous restaurants and coffee shops around like Deux Magot, La Durée etc. The apartment is fully furnished. High speed internet, washing machine, dishwasher, filter & nespresso coffee machines, safe box, portable AC. High standarts level. Easy acces from airports and trains stations via public transportations, taxi or road. Private parking availble near by. It is really the perfect place to stay and become a parisien. You will love St Germain des Près area.
The apartment is located in Saint Germain des Près in the heart of Paris.
Surroundings by taxi stations, metros, RER and bus stations all around and will allow you to explore all areas of Paris.
In the neighbourhood, you have supermarkets, markets, luxury shops, restaurants including some well-known as Lipp where politicians, writers and celebrities of the moment meet or legendary coffee shops as Les Deux Magots, La Société (Coste restaurant) Le Café de Flore and the famous confectioner pastry tea room Ladurée.
At the end of the street, within a stone's throw, you could visit museums as Le Louvre, Orsay, Delacroix, you will find many, theatres (Comédie Française, Odéon, Vieux Colombier).
In Saint Germain des Prés, you are in the area of antique shops and art galleries. You are also in the district literary where large bookshops like La Hune or L’Ecume des Pages have pinion on street.
You are two steps from la Seine which is at the bottom of rue Bonaparte where you could stroll along the quays and bargain hunting among the booksellers or take a walk on the Pont des Arts, now obligatory for all lovers.
Saint-Germain, a central district steeped in history. Whether at midday or midnight, the streets of the Saint Germain district are always filled with life. You will love this district where good cheer prevails. Many artists have walked the streets of this neighborhood, many singers have sung its praises, and every street here has a million stories to tell. Rue des Canettes, popular with student youth for many centuries, is well known for its little bars and cafés where people drink up before moving on to the latest cellar bars playing jazz music. And although Saint Germain may have lost some of its village feel, many streets and passageways remain, such as Cour du Commerce Saint André, which has been around since 1735 and is home to Le Procope, the oldest café in France. A very strong cultural heritage History is with you every step of the way: as you walk down rue de l’École de Médecine, you might be interested to know that you are walking on a former Gallo-Roman track and have a look to La Sorbonne university. You can also see a large plaque erected in honor of Sarah Bernhardt in the place where a gate to the Couvent des Cordeliers stood, an establishment of which only the dining hall remains. Of the immense Abbaye Saint Germain des Prés, founded by the Merovingian king, Childebert I, only the church and its charming little square remain. This is extremely interesting as it dates back to the 11th and 12th centuries. The paintings in the nave and all around the chancel are the work of Hippolyte Flandrin, a student of Ingres. You can admire the neoclassical Odéon theater, built in the 18th century for the Théâtre Français, and which witnessed the student revolt of May 1968. The Palais du Luxembourg, your haven of greenery, isn't too far away. Transportation and amenities to make your trip easier Plenty of buses criss-cross the district and there are several metro stations near the apart so that your visit won't be tiring. Whether you decide to sit down for a full meal or just a snack, you will find businesses open to satisfy your hunger.
Métro Line 4, 10 or Bus 63, 95,39,86,84,83: Saint Germain des Prés station. Direct Bus from Gare du Nord (Eurostar).
Born in Paris. I'm a real Parisien. Love tourism and travels. I know very well Paris and I will love to assist you for anything you need. I will do all my best to make your Paris stay memorable.
Leslie purchased this apartment in 1790
Family property build by the famous painter François Gérard in the end of the 18th century. In the family for the last 240 years ago. Still in the family till today! I used to leave there for 10 years after my Mum, Grandmother. Saint-Germain, a central district steeped in history. Whether at midday or midnight, the streets of the Saint Germain district are always filled with life. You will love this district where good cheer prevails. Finding an apartment for short-term rental is the perfect way to get the most out of the area. An area that has inspired many artists Many artists have walked the streets of this neighborhood, many singers have sung its praises, and every street here has a million stories to tell. Rue des Canettes, popular with student youth for many centuries, is well known for its little bars and cafés where people drink up before moving on to the latest cellar bars playing jazz music. And although Saint Germain may have lost some of its village feel, many streets and passageways remain, such as Cour du Commerce Saint André, which has been around since 1735 and is home to Le Procope, the oldest café in France. A very strong cultural heritage History is with you every step of the way: as you walk down Rue de l’École de Médecine, you might be interested to know that you are walking on a former Gallo-Roman track. You can also see a large plaque erected in honor of Sarah Bernhardt in the place where a gate to the Couvent des Cordeliers stood, an establishment of which only the dining hall remains. Of the immense Abbaye Saint Germain des Prés, founded by the Merovingian king, Childebert I, only the church and its charming little square remain. This is extremely interesting as it dates back to the 11th and 12th centuries.
You are in the old town, quartier Latin. Everything you need is around at a walking distance. Coffee shops, famous restaurants, museums, main Paris monuments, shops, library etc. Bus and metro 2 mn from the flat. Direct access to the Paris touristiques places by walk or bike. View on Saint Germain des Près Church, which is the oldest Paris Monument. Famous and luxury shops all around and accessible by walk. Paris is a city where you walk. Take good shoes with you and you will become a Parisian person. Walking distance to the Louvre Museum (5 mn), Orsay Museum (10 mn) Notre Dame (15 mn) and same for la Sorbonne university and Eiffel tower (by bike). I wish to leave there all my life. Really the best Paris area. The property is situated one block off of Boulevard Saint Germain and 100 yards behind restaurants Deux Magots and Cafe de Flore. Stroll down rue Bonaparte towards the Seine, past galleries and the School of Fine Arts where Monet, Matisse, Degas, Delacroix, Renoir and others learned their trade. Enjoy brunch at Ladurée located just across the street. Enjoy the cafes along rue du Buci and the shops along Saint Germain boulevard
Wonderful apartment, ideally located to discover the centre of Paris.
Perfectly clean and well-equipped.
Communication was perfect.
The 90-something steps to get there were well worth it!
In short: highly recommended.
Beautiful apartment in an amazing location. Plenty of space, lots of amenities and quaint feel. Very clean and comfortable. The stair climb can be a bit strenuous but didn't detract from all the other positive aspects. We appreciated the ease of check in/out and having Leslie touch base with us throughout our stay. Definitely a repeat is in order!!
My sister turned 50 so we went to Paris to celebrate. She chose this apartment for its primo location, a bedroom for each of us, and for its
delightful Parisian charm. The apartment is very quiet, we never heard any of our neighbors, the windows close out street sounds well, and for significantly less euros you get a full kitchen and spacious living room. I stayed on the pull out bed and slept very well - the thick down comforter and pillow were oh so comfortable and cozy. I was not expecting this!
We girls were too busy to be home very much, up early and returning late at night, yet all the while we felt safe. We walked everywhere. You can't beat this location! We also knew if we had a question or problem that Gwenael and Leslie would respond immediately. They went out of their way to welcome us, even though we were delayed from the airport a while. Another bonus is that next door is a hotel and the front desk person, Noir, kindly ordered us a taxi for the morning that we headed back home. So at 0600 on a Sunday morning, there was the taxi waiting for us as promised. If you want to be in the heart of Paris with all the best things at your fingertips, STAY HERE. We fell in love with the Latin Quarter just a couple blocks east. Gwenael and Leslie, thank you so much!
We had a wonderful stay in this comfortable, bright, spacious apartment. It is spotlessly clean and well-maintained. We had planned to be a party of three, and there would have been ample space for three of us. We ended up as just two, and the place felt palatial in comparison to other apartments we've rented in Paris.
There is lots of sun all day through the large windows. It faces the street, but is very quiet, even during busy times. We felt quite peaceful there.
The price of all this comfort is the 97-step ascent. We are relatively healthy and active middle-aged people, and we adjusted to the steps just fine (hint: take breaks), but it would be contraindicated for someone with mobility limitations or health issues that limit physical activity. If you can manage the climb, though, you are vastly rewarded by this lovely space.
The owner was a pleasure to work with, and the apartment was just as described to us. We love the neighborhood in which it is located, and we consider ourselves lucky to have found this gem right where we wanted to be.
Gwaenael was a wonderful host. He met us at the beginning and the end of our trip and helped us load and unload the car. He offered us tips for getting around the city, and was available for questions.
The spiral staircase (97 steps) was daunting at first, but once we conquered it, we felt like kings!
The apartment was very clean, bright and comfortable. The washing machine worked well and there was a rack to dry clothes.
Coincidentally, our good friends rented this VERY SAME apartment a few days before us, and loved it too! (But they missed their window to review it, so please consider this a review for two).
We all agreed that the location was ideal, and the double-paned windows blocked out all of the residual street noise.
The only downside was that the air conditioning unit was a little tough to use. It was not built for that particular type of window, and didn't work well for us. Our friends managed a bit better.
We all highly recommend this apartment, and would stay again if given the opportunity.
What a pleasant surprise when Gwenael opened the door and welcomed us in to his apartment. It's exactly as the photos but bigger and brighter! It was one of the most spacious apartment we have stayed in Paris. Gwenael provides everything to make your stay very comfortable. From butter and jam to coffee - Nespresso to filter coffee to shampoo toilet paper as well. The kitchen is very well equiped with a full size oven and a dishwasher! Our bed was so comfortable too. Gwenael was always quick to response to all queries. The location is amazing and so many cafes and restaurants around. Josephine bakery, Lauderee, Monoprix etc etc. We didn't want to leave! But we will be back! Thanks so much Gwenael.
in the heart of Paris. At a walking distance from the Seine river, Louvre museum, Champs Elysées, Orsay muséum, Notre Dame etc. 50 meters from the Saint Germain des Près square, and Church the oldest Paris monument. St Germain des Près is the heart of Paris and the Latin Quartier. Very central. Shopping and luxury shops and stores all around.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jun 1 2017 - Oct 31 2017
3 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $44 per night, per additional guest|
End of year
Dec 22 2017 - Jan 2 2018
6 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $49 per night, per additional guest|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $44 per night, per additional guest|
|Refundable damage deposit||$765.9|
Check in 3 PM - Check out 10 AM. Late check out or early arrival can be provided upon availability. Tourism assistance, recommandation and advice are complimentary.