The Louvre Parisian 2 bedroom apartment is located in an 17th century hotel de particulier is steps from the Louvre, Opera Garnier, Tuileries and the Place Vendome. There are 2 bedrooms one with a queen bed and the second with 2 twin beds. This stylishly decorated apartment has a blend of classical antiques and modern pieces. The apartment has a living room and one full bathroom with a shower/tub and sink and separate toilet (WC). The apartment is quiet and lots of old Parisian charm.
The center of contemporary Paris and the site of such landmarks as the Louvre and of the Tuileries and Palais-Royal, the 1st Arrondissement is full of attractions for travelers of all inclinations, including some of the finest parks, museums, shops, and bars in the city. The 1st occupies the Right Bank of the River Seine and extends onto the western section of the Île de la Cité in the midst of the river.
Metro: Tuileries, Pyramide, Opera Ligne 1,8
A truly elegant Paris experience, this stylishly decorated apartment has a blend of classical antiques and modern pieces. Located in the heart of the Marais in the historical and now fashionable center, this spacious (100m2) very upscale 2 bedroom apartment is perfectly suited for a couple or family with elegant taste. It is located on the rue du Temple, known for its trendy night spots and yet only steps away from the main number 1 metro line and major cultural sites: the Louvre, the Hotel de Ville and the Seine. It is an elegantly decorated apartment up one flight of stairs, overlooking a quaint merchant street with shops, bakeries and restaurants. One bedroom is facing the courtyard and the other onto the street. One bedroom has a queen size bed and the other has 2 twins beds. The kitchen has all modern appliances including a washing machine/dryer, dishwasher, microwave. The bathroom has been entirely redone with new marble tile, and a jacuzzi bathtub and shower.
In the heart of Paris, the Marais is famous for its unique heritage. Far from being just a “museum district”, it mixes wholesale clothing, trendy cafes and chic boutiques. The old Jewish neighborhood still proudly bears its past, but in recent decades the gay community has also made its mark. The Marais is lovely, multifaceted, animated and lively. Throughout the centuries Le Marais gradually came to offer one of the richest architectural ensemblages in Paris. Today, a bounty of designer shops, fascinating museums, a lively gay district, and the old Jewish neighborhood vibrate with French architectural history as a backdrop. Although access to notable hôtels particuliers is often limited by digitcodes, it is still possible to explore this architectural banquet and to train one’s eyes to discern the various styles. Rue du Temple has many shops and boutiques to choose.
Nearby metros: Rambuteau (11), Hotel de Ville (1, 11)