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Marais, République, Les Halles
1 double sofa bed
- bed sofa
- satellite TV
- bed linen & towels
- vitroceramic cooker
- coffee maker
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
So very cosy
The Gravilliers apartment is ideally located on the border between the Marais, les Halles and Place de la République areas.
Right next to metro lines 3 and 11 (Arts and Métiers station) and just 300 metres from Beaubourg and the Georges Pompidou Centre, you will be able to visit the historical heart of Paris on foot!
You can also enjoy the Canal Saint Martin area, very popular with cool Parisians for its many restaurants and cafés.
What’s more, with the Place de la République metro station just 500 metres away (lines 3, 8, 9 and 11), all of the other unmissable Paris sights are within easy reach.
Set up for two guests, this studio apartment is on the 3rd floor (without elevator access) of a traditional Parisian building overlooking a courtyard.
The décor is subdued but cosy thanks to the exposed beams.
The entrance leads directly to the fully equipped kitchen corner, which is ideal for you to prepare your meals and where you can enjoy them at the table, styled in contemporary colours.
Continuing through the apartment you will find the living-room, equipped with a comfortable sofa bed (sleeps 2, 140 cm), a flat-screen TV and wireless Internet access.
A wardrobe is also available in which to place your belongings... just like you do at home!
Lastly, there is the bathroom with a shower, where you can relax after your Parisian adventures.
Conditions of stay
€300 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Refundable deposit for Monthly booking
€1,500 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Check-in / Checkout
Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
In the tenth century, tourists were not this lucky!
From the thirteenth century what were former marshes located on the outside of the city, in the Marais area, were transformed into damp soil crop fields (hence the name of Marais!).
Annexed to the city in 1360, it meant the start of the famous French style mansions, holiday homes for the kingdom's aristocracy, whose highpoint was the Place des Vosges.
A major restoration project of the buildings that had been the glory of the eighteenth century Marais, now allow visitors to fully enjoy the charms of one of the most visited Paris quarters.
Accessible by subway line 1, stay and discover a now trendy place where fashion designer boutiques, showrooms and art galleries harmoniously coexist with bars and restaurants.
Tale a stroll down Rue des Francs Bourgeois and find out which are the latest Parisian trends in shops that have perfectly managed to fit in in the Marais Middle Ages picture.
A village atmosphere to live and discover ... preferably on foot!
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Óscar Javier, Spain 21 December 2012