Situated between the Grands Boulevards and the rue Montmartre, this vacation rental Paris, seduced by its stylish findings and its bohemian atmosphere, recalling at the same time a family dwelling and a lair of a great traveller.
In the entrance, the old portraits with faded sepia tones bring a personal touch.
The tone is given with white immaculated walls and cognac wood flooring.
To the left of the entrance are found; a bathroom and two bedrooms, away from the living spaces of this vacation rental Paris, thus guaranteeing a calm throughout the day. Original ideas found here and there give a tenderly ironic note, such as a cameo-like portrait and wild geese found in one room, or views and landscapes of the Ancient Regime found in the following room.
Towards the right of the entrance you will find the main living area, which consists of a living room, a kitchen and an adjoining shower room. The patina of the wood, contrasts with the clear kilim rugs, whereas Céline Wright's cloud lamps spread an abundant dreamy light.
A beatiful balcony runs alongside the apartment, connecting the two bedrooms to the living area.
THE BEDDING AND BATHROOMS
This vacation rental Paris disposes of:
1 main bedroom with a double bed (160 x 200);
1 bedroom composed of two adjustable beds (2 x 80 x 200 or 160 x 200);
1 full sized sofa bed (140 x 200) located in the living room;
1 independent bathroom;
1 independent shower room;
2 toilets (one in each of the shower rooms).
In one of those popular etymologies of which Paris has the secret, the rue des Jeûneurs where you will find this vacation rental Paris gets its name from the deformation of “rue des Jeux-Neufs” or “ street of New Games”. Indeed, in the XVIIth century the game of boules, then very popular in France was played all along this street.
In this renovated Sentier district, the food shops have now replaced the old textile boutiques. This is the case with the Australian chef Vincent Rae who settled in the former premises of a textile workshop to create a gourmet menu and pub at Rae's.
In the evening, take your time to discover Bambou on rue des Jeûneurs, a few steps away from the apartment. An elaborate scenography stages staggered colonial objects and bamboo mats to make the most of this former factory of nearly 500m2, which has become one of the most popular Thai restaurants in the capital.
For breakfast, visit the "intelligent juice bar" just as it calls itself: We Are Juice. Indeed nothing like a fruit juice finely elaborated by a nutritionist to meet the energy needs for your day of sightseeing.
At the intersection of rue Montmartre and Rue Réaumur you will find the "l’éclair de génie" pastry shop, signed by the famous Christophe Adam. The traditional "little duchess" is rediscovered in this bakery in different tastes and textures previously uninvented.