Enjoy your stay in Paris in a little cozy studio in the 10th district. This apartment is a practical pied-à-terre with easy access to transport - a great option regardless of your reason for visiting Paris. Everything you need is available for a comfortable stay so you can relax in the evening, have breakfast or a small meal, watch the television news, communicate online. You'll be living like a Parisian ...
Located in a lively and popular area, you'll find yourself in the midst of unusual shops, popular bars and restaurants. With the Canal Saint-Martin at the end of the street, you can stroll and explore the city, admiring the reflections in the water. By foot, you can very easily reach the Boulevard de Magenta, lined with trees, and the Place de la Republique, a major transfer station of the subway.
The building has 4 floors and two paved courtyards. It is particularly charming with its old-style shop windows and the wooden staircase.
In short this is a home base in Paris, in the heart of local life, at the starting point for all your visits in the capital ...
subway line 5, Station J.Bonsergent (direct train stations in the east and north)
Popular and lively district, shops.
Near Canal Saint Martin and Place de la Republique.
2nd floor without elevator, overlooking courtyard.
15 m2: living / dining room, kitchen, toilet and shower.
Folding bed, dining table.
Dishes, microwave, coffee maker, kettle.
TV, DVD player.
Vacuum cleaner, iron, hair dryer.
Internet (ADSL, TV).
Linen provided (bed, toilet, dishes).
A little history:
This part of Paris was a landscape of marshes that crossed over a former arm of the Seine a long time ago. Several religious communities worked these lands. In the eighteenth century, the dramatic growth of urbanization created new neighborhoods.
Remaining popular, the 10th district in the twentieth century became more cosmopolitan and trendy. Many younger artists and designers installed themselves near the Canal Saint-Martin.
- Canal Saint-Martin and its bridges, the bascule bridge Grange aux Belles (at the end of the street), Hotel du Nord (near the bascule bridge, named after the famous French film by Marcel Carne).
- Republique Square and the statue of Marianne - Hôpital Saint-Louis (XVII century) after the channel.
- Historic Facades No. 5, 10, 12, 17 of the street, hôtel particulier (Leblanc-Barbedienne) N ° 63 - Wallace Fountain on the square Bonsergent - The narrowest house in Paris (39 rue du Chateau d'Eau, width 1.20 m).
- Shows can be seen at the Alhambra (rue Yves Toudic).