Marais - Turbigo

managed by Welcome 2 France

- 3 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms - Sleeps 1 to 6 guests - 1507 sq. ft. (140 sq. m.) - Terrace - A/C - Elevator

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Month : 8820 Euros (4 weeks)
Week : 2940 Euros

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This apartment is a large loft (1600 sq. ft) tastefully furnished and newly completely remodeled with air conditonning in the entire apartment. It is located on the 6th and last floor just under the roof with a rooftop terrace with a 360° view on Paris. Very quiet and bright apartment.

The apartment has a very large living/dining-room with concert piano Bösendorfer, a stereo system and a magnificent view on Centre Georges Pompidou. An independant office room is equipped with a fast Internet access. It is fully equipped with a modern kitchen and an american bar, with all appliances (refrigerator/freezer, microwave, stove, etc.), a storeroom with dishwasher and dryer.

The apartment has 3 bedrooms. The main bedroom is spacious with a queen size bed (160cm). The 2nd bedroom has two single beds and the third bedroom has a double size bed.

There is one large bathroom with WC and another one with only shower. There is also a separate WC which make a total of 2 WC in the apartment.

Walking distance to:
Montorgueil pedestrian market street: 5 mins
Les Halles/ Chatelet: 5 mins
Pompidou Center: 7 mins
Hotel de Ville: 10 mins
Notre Dame Church: 18 mins
Louvre Museum: 20 mins

All of the exclusive Paris apartments rentals by welcome2france are located only in central Paris, one of Europe's safest and most beautiful metropolitan areas.

Nearest metros : Etienne Marcel/ Arts et Metiers/ Reaumur Sebastopol


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The Marais, the marsh, was the height of fashion in the 17th century. The salons of important intellectuals thrived here in magnificent private hotels built for them by the leading architects of the day. But the court packed off to Versailles and the area fell from fashion. Luckily, the entire quartier was considered not worth bothering about for a couple of hundred years. In the mid-sixties, it was declared the first historic preservation district in Paris when it was rediscovered in its almost pre-Revolutionary state. Mansions were converted to museums, galleries and boutiques followed. Bars, restaurants and hip tea salons joined the rush. Real estate prices soared. Today, the Marais is the largest historic district in all France, but it is also up-to-the-minute fascinating.

Nearest metro : Etienne Marcel

Apartments Amenities

- Queen size bed
- 2 single beds
- 1 double bed
- Bath and Shower
- Hair dryer
- Washer and dryer
- Dishwasher
- Refrigerator
- Stereo
- Oven
- Linens & Towels
- Air Conditionning
- Micro Wave
- Cassette Player
- Iron & ironing board
- Freezer
- Dishes & Cutlery
- Toaster
- Coffee maker
- Fans
- Cable TV (CNN/BBC)
- CD Player
- Telephone
- Alarm clock
- Fast Internet Access

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