Apartamento, 1 quarto, 1 banheiro (2 pessoas)
- Idiomas :
- Inglês, Francês
Casas de banho
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Política de Cancelamento
Não haverá reembolso no caso de cancelamentos feitos após o pagamento.
Change of venue
We originally booked the above property but a week before our arrival, they notified us it was under renovation. We were switched to a lovely fourth floor apartment in the Montmartre District instead. The large windows looked out over a charming bricked square filled with oak trees. It was next to a restaurant where we had the pleasure of listening to an accordion player every morning. Very Parisian! The area was safe and full of wonderful restaurants, artists. and the famous Sacre Coeur Church nearby. The linens and towels along with the apartment were fresh and clean, so it was a pleasure to come home after a busy day of sightseeing in Paris. We would highly recommend this location at 16 place Emile Goudeau 75018 Paris. But keep in mind it is a fourth floor walk-up.
Cozy within short distance to great eats
Was perfect for a 2 person get away. Short walk to a whole street full of restaurants. Walking distance to the Louvre.
Getting the keys was a bit like a geocache search - not something I'd want to do when very jet-lagged or raining.
Spacious, Quiet Apartment - Handy to Les Halles/Louvre/Centre Pompidou
I was in Paris for work and had an easy commute back and forth from the RER B stop, Parc des Expostions, to the apartment every day. The neighborhood is safe and very fashionable with the clothing stores lining the streets. The wonderful people at L’amour Vache took care of me a couple of times and I enjoyed eating there very much. Grocery stores were conveniently located. The bed was so comfortable and I felt so at home in the well thought out apartment, especially the kitchen. Never heard any street noise, which is really amazing since you are so close to everything. Hoping to stay here again if I have the good fortune to come back.
Cosy and stylish hub
We stayed here for three weeks from just after Christmas 2018. The apartment is in a great location, close to main thoroughfares like rue Reamur and right on rue Saint Denis, which runs all the way down to rue de Rivoli which is just one block from the Seine. It was so easy to walk to all locations from here that we rarely used the metro. Close to trendy shops on rue Etienne Marcel, bistros, supermarkets, and lots of lovely providores on rue Montorgueil and rue Montmartre and near our favourite wine bar, Frenchie. Although there are a few local prostitutes in the street, they keep to themselves and the area is very safe and quiet with only one way traffic. The apartment had an easy self check-in and check-out, was very secure and toasty warm. We turned the heaters down low because it held the heat so well. Good kitchen with pots, pans and plenty of basic utensils for cooking simple meals - why cook anything glam for yourself in Paris when there are so many places that can do it so much better. Lots of hot water and good water pressure in the bathroom but I would have liked brighter lighting for the mirror. Comfortable, firm bed and soft pillows with blockout blinds for a perfect sleep. It's a busy wholesale and discount retail clothing area but the apartment is very quiet. Even on New Year's Eve we heard very little noise. It was a bonus having the storage cupboard to keep our clothes and luggage in, and meant the rest of the place was free to use without having to skirt around big suitcases. Good wifi that never failed or ran slow made planning our day's activities or booking tickets easy. The place is nicely furnished with a very comfortable couch, dining table and good mood/task lighting. We loved being able to get Netflix on the Tv as well as keeping up with local Parisian and French news. As it was about -3C to -8C most days, we didn't use the outside area but that would be nice in Summer. Jean-Noel was great at communicating promptly with me and we had no problems at all.
I'd be happy to stay here again.
A large Parisian Appartment, Centrally located.
Positives: the apartment was large, the kitchen and bathroom were updated beautifully, only 5 minutes to closest Metro stop and only 7 or 8 minutes to the next closest one. Les Halles, with its bars and restaurants was only a couple of blocks away, and Notre Dame and the Ile de la Cite were about a 25 minute walk. Negatives: I would say the neighborhood was sketchy rather than upscale and my husband and I saw prostitutes daily between the closest Metro and the apartment. That said, we never had any problems in the neighborhood and I felt quite safe in our apartment.