Welcome to this short term flat rental Paris, comfortably nestled up high in a building of Haussmannian character.
The visit begins on the right of the entrance with an all equipped kitchen pleasantly illuminated by two windows, one that looks over the street, and the other one that looks over the inner courtyard.
On the left of the entrance, you will find the living space, bathed with light thanks to its windows that open to an elongated balcony, and that offers a remarkable view of the rooftops of Paris.
The decoration is minimalist and conceptual, at the image of the creations of Marc Duran and artists from the free figuration. The décor plays with the happiness of the vintage elements of time to add a modern and warm touch, all while highlighting the original moldings and volumes.
The two intimate bedrooms, situated one after the other, are accessible from the living area and both go open onto the balcony.
Finally, the bathroom in a refined design, with clear tones, is accessible from the main bedroom and from the entrance corridor.
THE BEDDING AND BATHROOMS
This short term flat rental Paris disposes of:
2 bedrooms with double beds (160 x 200);
1 double sofa bed (140 x 200) located in the living room;
1 independent bathroom with toilet included.
This short term flat rental Paris in found in the very heart of the theatre district. From the Michodière to the Athénée, while not forgetting the Bouffes Parisiens, those who are passionate by the theatre will be fulfilled. The venerable Comédie francaise is only a couple of minutes away.
The streets of the arrondissement are filled with history that holds the memory of a sumptuous seventeenth century, before the final relocation of the Cour de France to Versailles. The Moliere Fountain; situated on the Mirelle square and built during the 19th century in honor of the playwright, in front of the house where he gave his last breath, Reminds us of the unprecedented influence and dynamism of French theater at that time.
Not far from the apartment you will find the Louvois square who got its name from the famous Marquis de Louvois. This delightful square serves as a setting for the Louvois fountain, imagined by the architect Louis Visconti. It is a haven of peace and greenery in the hustle and bustle of the capital, where you will enjoy a lecture pause and maybe, why not, to rediscover the biting protrusions of Jean Baptiste Poquelin…
To continue in the footsteps of the Marquis de Louvois, visit the restaurant Le Bijou de Famille, on the ground floor of the former mansion of the Marquis. You will discover a cuisine inspired by the French culinary heritage. It is home-made at affordable prices, in a cozy and atypical setting.
Rue Sainte-Anne is renowned for its Japanese restaurants, which offer Japanese expats the authentic flavors of their national cuisine. More surprising is the Tomo pastry shop: your sweet desires will be pleasantly surprised and satisfied by unusual flavors, with haute-couture desserts, fusion of cultures of taste from France and Japan.
To finish this culinary escapade, an obligatory passage to the Legrand Cellars considered rightly as one of the best delicatessens of the capital since 1880.