In the heart of Saint Germain!
1 double sofa bed
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets, Smoking
- bed sofa
- bed linen & towels
- vitroceramic cooker
- coffee maker
- satellite TV
- plasma TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
Recently renovated in the heart of Saint Germain des Près.
No need to choose between the different atmospheres of the neighborhoods on the right and left banks of the Seine. The location of the Le Prince apartment allows you to discover both ... on foot!
A few minutes walk will allow you to enjoy Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral, the Louvre Museum, and the Tuileries gardens, or even choose the festive atmosphere of the Quartier Latin (Latin Quarter) and Saint Germain.
And finally, the proximity of subway lines 4 and 10 (Odéon stop) and the RER B line (Saint Michel Station) offers guest's easy access to all Paris destinations and a direct connection to Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport and almost direct to Orly airport.
The Le Prince apartment is on the 5th floor (no elevator access) of a traditional building in the Saint Germain neighbourhood.
The main room is very bright and cosy, with a red wall and a view of Paris' rooftops, it has a comfortable double sofa bed (sleeps 2) from where you can take advantage of the LCD TV or the wireless Internet access. A typical (and romantic!) view across the rooftops of Paris awaits you!
To the rear of the apartment is a compact, equipped kitchen, and a table where you can take your meals.
Lastly, the harmonious and elegant bathroom offers a shower in which you can relax after your day in Paris!
Whatever the reason for your stay in Paris, this charming studio will not disappoint.
Bohemian neighborhood by default, to live in St. Germain is going for a trendy place most praised by Parisians.
The district has the aura of literary cafes (Café Flore, Le Procope, Les 2 Magots), very popular in the last century among intellectuals and artists such as Picasso or Sartre.
You must also visit the art galleries, and no need to mention the lively flea market at Place Saint Sulpice.
Worn out by the dynamic city rhythm? Take a relaxing break in the Luxembourg Palace gardens built for Marie de Medicis in the early 17th century.
St. Germain: a taste of very Parisian lifestyle!