Rambuteau - Modern, spacious studio apartment for 3 on rue du Temple in the heart of the Marais, Paris 3rd - My Paris Agency

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Modern, spacious studio apartment for 3 on rue du Temple in the heart of the Marais, Paris 3rd

Paris, 3rd
Marais
1 room30 m²

Apartment Rambuteau

 
  • Modern, well-decorated, spacious 325 sq ft (30 m2) studio 
  • Ideal for 3 guests with a double bed on the mezzanine level and a fold-out couch 
  • 7th floor (w/ elevator until 6th floor) of a posh building
  • On rue du Temple street at Rambuteau in the Marais, Paris 3rd arrondissement

Presentation

This splendid, recently remodeled apartment is located across from George Pompidou, giving you a great view of the museum!  You will feel privileged living in the 3rd arrondissement, as it is one of the most sought after districts in Paris.  Your 7th floor apartment can be found on rue du Temple (with elevator to 6th floor).  

Rooms' description

Le Rambuteau apartment has 325 sq ft (30 m2) of space, and the traditional Parisian living room has exposed wooden beams on the high ceiling.  An artistically designed staircase leads to the mezzanine level where you will find a bedroom that sleeps 2 guests.  Depending on your needs, the couch in the living room can also be converted into a bed.  There is wifi internet throughout the apartment as well as a DVD player (without TV).  The colorful living room opens to a fully equipped kitchen with an American style bar where you can enjoy your meals. The bathroom has a typical tropical rain shower head and the toilet is separate for extra privacy.  

The district

Henry IV, the first major town-planner in France, helped transform what was once a marsh on the right-side bank of the Seine into the Place Royale (now Place de Vosges), into what is now considered the heart of the Marais.  The Marais is home to many creative and artistic individuals, making it a true adventure to discover.  Some of the attractions in the district include the Arts and Crafts Museum, the Carnavalet Museum, which outlines the history of Paris, the old home of Madame de Sévigné, aristocrat and writer, the Picasso Museum, the Museum of Hunting and Nature, the Museum of the Art and History of Judaism, the Cognacq-Jay Museum, and the National Archives. You can also discover one of the oldest covered markets of Paris: the Marché des Enfants Rouges (The Market of Red Children) or the famous Rosiers street.   Your apartment is well connected to the rest of the city by public transportation (metro Rambuteau, line 11, Arts and Crafts, lines 11 and 3, or Hotel de Ville line 1) making it easy for you to visit the rest of Paris in just minutes.