Montparnasse Maine

managed by owner

- 2 Bedrooms - 1 Bathroom - Sleeps 1 to 4 guests - 732 sq. ft. (68 sq. m.)

Month : 4200 Euros (4 weeks)
Week : 1400 Euros



Rates include taxes, utilities, linen and housekeeping.


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Description      

This charming two bedroom Paris apartment rental (68m²),is ideally situated in Paris on the left bank, and a 5-minute walk from the famous Tour Montparnasse in an area which is full of bistros, cafes, shops, bars and restaurants. There is also a wonderful food market on the boulevard raspail.
There is 2 bedroom + living room + separate kitchen.bathroom with bathtub + shower.3 fireplaces + PLASMA TV






Neighborhood       View Google Map

The area of Montparnasse is one noted for its artistic and literary associations.Most of the life of this area is concentrated on boulevard du Montparnasse, from the station as far as Vavin métro. Like other Left Bank quartiers, Montparnasse still trades on its association with the wild characters of the interwar artistic and literary boom. Many were habitués of the cafés Select, Coupole, Dôme, Rotonde and Closerie des Lilas, all of which are still going strong on the boulevard - though the prices have gone up since Hemingway noted that "all had good beer and the aperitifs cost reasonable prices that were clearly marked on the saucers". Even by the 1930s, Montparnasse's heyday was passing as the fashionable intelligentsia moved on to St-Germain, but the brasseries remain proudly Parisian classics and this stretch of the boulevard still stays up late. The numerous cinemas here - six on the boulevard alone - are almost all of the multi-screen variety, specializing in mass-market French and US films.

The animated part of the boulevard ends at boulevard Raspail, where Rodin's Balzac broods over the traffic, though literary curiosity might take you down as far as the rather swanky brasserie Closerie des Lilas, on the corner of the tree-lined avenue connecting the Observatory and Luxembourg Gardens in a classic grand Parisian vista. Hemingway used to come here to write, and Marshal Ney, one of Napoleon's most glamorous generals, was killed by a royalist firing squad on the pavement outside in 1815. He's still there, waving his sword, immortalized in stone.


Apartments Amenities

* 2 Double beds / Lits doubles
* Sofa / Canape
* 2 TVs / Televiseurs
* Cable TV / Chaines cablees
* WIRELESS INTERNET / INTERNET WIFI
* Hifi / Chaine hifi
* DVD CD player / Lecteur DVD CD
* Phone / Ligne telephone
* Washing machine / Lave linge
* Iron / Fer a repasser
* Air drier / Seche cheveux
* Shower / Douche
* Bath-tub / Baignoire
* Oven / Four traditionnel
* Microwave / Four micro ondes
* Hotplates / Plaques cuisson
* Refrigerator / Refrigerateur
* Coffe machine / Cafetiere
* Kettle / Bouilloire
* Toaster / Grille pain
* Towels / Serviettes
* Blanquet / Couettes
* Linen / Draps


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