|Space||592 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
All the furniture is new. The apartment has 1 bedroom with a 160 x 200 bed and 1 bedroom with a 140 x 200 bed. The lounge has 1 new sofa bed with a real comfortable 140x190 mattress. 1 LCD Television, Internet Wifi access and unlimited international calls. The kitchen is new and entirely equipped with dish washer, washing machine, refrigerator, oven, microwave oven, toaster and Nespresso coffee maker.
Payment by PAYPAL possible
Live like a Parisian in the most charming area of Paris. The apartment is located in a very safe district. Walk 100m up and you are at the Sacré Coeur. Walk 100m down and you have all the shops and fancy restaurants. It is 100 m away from the Montmartre vineyards in a quiet street . We are at the beginning of the stairs leading to the Sacré Coeur.
The two apartments are located in a quiet and typical Montmartre dead end. They are situated at the 3rd and 4th and floor of a small and typical Montmartre building. The building is very quiet (few cars in the dead end) and very sunny. At spring time you only hear the birds.
Overall good. Washing machine instructions on site would have been helpful. Bathroom not convenient as you have to pass through a bedroom to access. Some floor boards need some repair.
We very much enjoyed this apartment although you must be prepared to walk a lot of stairs both in the apartment and in the neighborhood. We found the area nice because it was lively but not overly touristy right where we were. It is an easy walk to the Sacre Cours, metro station, and cafes. You can get anywhere on the metro in a relatively short time. We were fortunate enough to have been visiting when the weather was very accommodating so that added to our pleasant stay. The apartment was more than sufficiently large and functional to handle me and two older teenagers. There is only one bathroom but we managed because we were out most of the time. Tristan left detailed instructions and was very responsive to any inquiries we had. We'd stay here again.
Staying June 1st to 5th, 2016. We are a family of 5, with three kids (youths). Definitively a good choice to look for a flat. Rather than hotel, in Paris, more flexibility, more space, more convenient. Monmartre has been a good place to stay. Nice place to have easy walks around also in the evening when you are tired after a long visiting day. Mostly because our flat was nearby the Sacre Coeur and the charmy neighborhoods. Regretfully, I cannot say the overall area was clean. Quite dirty streets and excrement on every corner. It’s a pity. However, let’s talk about the flat. Good choice, plenty of space for the family, all the commodities you may need for a short staying. In general I found it reasonably clean. Clean kitchen. Clean bathroom. Clean lines. Making a correlation age / usage / services I score it worth. When arrived, I followed the instructions given by the owner. Everything matching and precise. Nice organization. The flat we had was the one at the 4th floor. Surely tiring to get up as there is no elevator but, I would say, it’s part of the fun from a certain prospective. Surely better to be the last one rather than having someone else above you maybe with lack of care when walking inside. We tried to pay respect by not using shoes inside and paying attention not to make hit. No complains about neighborhoods or noises. I didn’t meet Tristan but he was prompt in replying and providing me with info whenever needed via e-mail or sms. If I’m allowed to make a comment, the only part I did not find very clean was the sofa-bad when we set if for sleeping. I deem the cleaning service you pay found some shortcuts to be faster!. However, nothing major. We arrived from CDG airport via TopParisTransfer. 70€ well spent considering the cost with other options Vs logistic and time to get there. The nearby station of Lamark is fundamental. With the line 12 via switches you can get everywhere in a short time. We bought the ParisVisit card. Winning choice indeed. Return of investment is really short. All around there are many places where to eat, to buy food, pastries, baguettes or, to eat outside. So, in the end, apart from the week we chose was not the best one (bad weather and the Seine flooding!) I score the experience positive and I would recommend the flat we used to others.
We had a great 3 day visit to Paris. We are a family of 5 and had enough room to be comfortable in this apartment. Like most Paris apartments, it is modest in size, but enough for our needs. We were out and about sightseeing most of our time and the apartment is in a nice location from which to explore. The Metro is nearby and the Montmartre neighborhood is a cool place to stay.
Tristan s appartment is great, the best is to be 5 min from the Sacré coeur
We had a wonderful 3 days in Paris. The apartment was ideal for our short stay. We survived the hot day of our arrival and wandered around Sacre Coeur area. We spent a day around the Tulleries, Musee D'Orsay, Notre Dame and Sainte Chapelle.
We discovered the delightful local restaurant "Les Ambassades" - what a find; we went there for two evening meals - Good food, good service, lovely Madame.
We are looking forward to returning in the not too distant future.
There is no place more romantic than Montmartre. Look at the map and notice that the apartment is ideally located to discover Montmartre while walking: Sacré Coeur, vineyards, the "place du Tertre", The "Abesses" area, the Lepic street and the coffee of Amélie.
I've been living in Paris for 40 years. I'm currently living in the 9th arrondissement with our 3 daughters (Opéra) but it's still a very particular feeling every time I walk and have fun when trying to lose myself in Montmartre. Montmartre is a village in the city. Out of time. As if time had stopped. You need to live there to understand that such unusual atmosphere. Wonder in the streets as if you were in San Francisco, step up the stairs, discover the houses, the vineyards, the narrow streets and the corner shop owners.
It is also perfect to visit Paris by walking. 100m way, you will find the Lamarck Caulaincourt station, line 12. You are 10 min away from Concorde and 15 min from St Germain des Près.