A charming rustic flat for 4 people at the heart of Paris
Renovated at the end of 1980s, Montorgueil street’s neighborhood is an extension of Les Halles. Its streets, newly made of cobblestones, are now roads closed to traffic. Montorgueil is a market place where bakers, cheese mongers, and market gardeners are lined up: all the colors and aromas make the travelers feel like they are in little villages in the countryside of France. There are lots of restaurants and bars in the streets nearby.
Building and orientation
The apartment is located on the 1st floor of a 17th century old dressed stone building with no elevator. It overlooks a peaceful courtyard.
Layout of the apartment
Perfectly designed with care, this flat offers a great quality of accommodation during the stay. In the living room, there are a 140 cm sofa bed, a coffee table, a flat screen TV, a dining table and drawers. An open-plan kitchen with bar-stools and floor-tiles opens onto the living room. The kitchen is equipped with an oven, gas hobs and a fridge. Separated by a glazed door, the bedroom is furnished with a 160 cm double bed, a Louis XVI chest of drawers style, a office desk where a laptop is at your disposal. It is adjoined with the bathroom where there are the bath tub and WC.
The Latin Quarter’s bookstores, publishers, and cafés are frequented by students of the neighboring universities. The sidewalks of Saint Germain bear the mark of bohemian and literary artists between old stone buildings and jazz clubs. Between Saint Germain and Saint Michel is the district of Odéon, where local students and foreign tourists alike gather to get a drink, dine, and go to the movies.
This apartment with a colorful decoration and warm colors features all the necessary comfort. The equipment at your disposal is modern and perfectly matches the convivial and cozy atmosphere of the apartment.