Located between the Marais and the rue Oberkampf, this chic and romantic short-term rental in Paris is ideal for a weekend of relaxation for a couple getaway to discover the trendy bars of the capital and its rich nightlife, or to walk the streets of the renaissance of Paris.
The hallway of the entrance gives on the left, to the bathroom with bathtub. It is pleasantly lit by three windows which, thanks to the blinds in white linen, let a soft light filter in the large living-dining room.
In the living-dining room, there is a fully equipped kitchen and a dining area on the left-hand corner of the room. At the end of the living room on the right, we enter the bedroom.
The decoration of the apartment, recent and neat, has adopted a sleek contemporary look while retaining the details that give it a Parisian character: a beautiful wooden floor and marble fireplaces in the living room and bedroom. These contrasts give a lot of appearance to this chic and romantic short-term rental in Paris.
The overall look favors clean lines, the graphic contrast of black and white embellished with touches of bright colors, and the subtle play of curves and broken lines.
The fully equipped corner kitchen knows how to be discreet and functional. In the living room and dining room, the warm details of the blond wood (coffee table, chairs) meet the minimalist black and white tables, above the sofa and fireplace in gray veined marble. Two windows at the end of the large living room overlook a series of typically Parisian facades. The sofa bed unfolds for an extra bed.
In the bedroom, the beautiful red veined marble fireplace is surmounted by a large mirror with an old gilded wood frame. Two windows overlook the rooftops of Paris. At the foot of the double bed, a Diamond chair inspired by Harry Bertoia unfolds its metallic curves. Above the bed, three engravings in shades of blue continue the graphic theme.
In the bathroom with beautiful simple lines, the bath is equipped with two small niches with their own lighting.
The bedding & washrooms
This chic and romantic short-term rental in Paris is composed of:
1 bedroom with a double bed (160 x 200);
1 sofa bed (160 x 200) in the living room;
1 independent bathroom (with bathtub);
1 independent toilet.
Only a few minutes’ walk from this chic and romantic short-term rental in Paris are several original and demanding restaurants, researched by promising young chefs.
With several addresses in the neighborhood, one at 55, rue Oberkampf, and the others on rue Gambey, the restaurants of the chef Pierre Sang await you for a tasty menu that combines French gastronomic traditions and Korean variations. The talented young chef also offers French and Korean cooking workshops.
Not far from there, Cité Popincourt, Jean Yves Le Chef also calls upon his Asian origins to concoct a refined cuisine reminiscent of his native Saigon. Centered around a true culinary and human meeting experience, his evenings were immediately successful.
Rue de la Folie Mericourt hides the aptly named l’Acolyte de l’Insolite. The restaurant is small but its flavors are grand: it is therefore highly recommended to book.
At Petit Commines, on rue Commines, we come to discover an original concept: the waiter comes to you to describe the dishes of the menu. Made from fresh products, this revisited French cuisine is delicate and generous.
The neighborhood of this chic and romantic short-term rental in Paris is also the ideal place for a very Parisian shopping.
For lovers of notebooks, papers, pens, cards and notepads, The Paper Tigre stationery (rue des Filles du Calvaire) is a real cave of Ali-Baba.
At 22, boulevard des Filles du Calvaire, the Moulin Roty toy store offers adorable soft stuffed animals, toys and dolls with soft curves, for nice gifts that children will cherish for a long time.
The Sessun boutique, at 6, rue du Pont aux Choux, is well worth a visit. This original fashion, which plays on the male-female codes of the Parisian girl, highlights the beautiful materials and great classics reinvented.
And for gentlemen concerned about their appearance, the brand Bonne Gueule has a shop at 15, rue Commines. We come here to be advised by a passionate team, at the forefront of fashion, and we redo our wardrobe with the store's collections. At the Rendezvous of brands carefully selected for their quality and irreproachable aesthetics.
Finally, by venturing a little further from our chic and romantic short-term rental in Paris, you will join the district of the Bastille. To discover, some places still little known to tourists.
The Coulée Verte René Dumont takes the route of the old Vincennes railway line. The disused path has become a green cocoon in the middle of the city. The Maison Rouge is a foundation dedicated to the most engaged forms of current artistic research. Finally, after a long day spent exploring Paris, one can rest under a flowery pergola in the Jardin du Port de l'Arsenal.