Spacious, luxurious studio apartment across from Luxembourg at Saint Germain Paris 6th
€ 2,010 / month + agency fees
For 2 months stay minimum
St Germain des Prés1 room40 m²
- Luxurious and spacious 430 sq ft (40 m2) apartment, remodeled and decorated with antique furniture
- Ideal for 2 guests with a comfortable bedroom area with double bed
- 6th floor (with elevator until 5th floor) of a luxurious building on rue de Tournon
- Across from Luxembourg gardens in the Saint Germain des Pres quarter, Paris 6th
Come enjoy a romantic getaway for two in this magnificent studio located across from the renound Luxembourg gardens in the historic Saint-Germain-des-Prés quarter. The accommodation is on the 6th floor (with elevator to 5th floor) of a beautiful, upscale building in the heart of the 6th arrondissement of Paris.
Le Mabillon apartment is a spacious 430 sq ft, and was recently remodeled to offer a modern design with antique furniture. In the bright and well-lit living room you will find a decorative fireplace and a beautiful sofa across from a television. Should you be preparing for business meetings whilst in the capital, the quaint office area has a desk and the entire apartment is equipped with wifi internet. The modern kitchen is fully equipped, making home cooking a breeze. The wooden dining table can be adjusted to seat extra guests for dinner parties with family or friends. In the bedroom you will find a double bed and plenty of space for your personal belongings. The bathroom is modern with a tropical rain style shower, and also has a washing machine.
Between 1930 and the 1960's, the Saint-Germain-des-Prés quarter was a cultural and literary mecca for writers such as Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre, who spent many hours at the restaurant Deux Margots discussing various philosophical topics. Located between the Luxumbourg and Tuileries gardens you will find yourself wandering some of Paris' most beautiful streets as you discover the many nearby attractions the city has to offer including the Louvre museum, Palais Royal, Bon Marché, the Théâtre de l'Odéon and the tree lined Île de la Cité where you will find the Notre Dame Cathedral. Should you wish to visit other areas of the city you can do so with ease using public transportation (metro Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Odéon, line 4 or Mabillon, line 10).