Contemporary studio for 4 guests in the heart of the prized rue Saint Jacques, Paris 5th
Notre-Dame1 room27 m²
- Unique and contemporary décor, 323 sq ft with beautiful wooden beams along the ceiling
- Recently remodeled, ideal for the stay of 4 guests
- On the 1st floor of an old building (without elevator) on the treasured rue Saint Jacques
- In the heart of the 5th district, just steps from the lush paths of the Luxembourg gardens
Be swept off your feet by this studio located in the spirited 5th district of Paris, ideal for the stay of up to 4 guests. The studio is situated on the 1st floor of an old building on rue Saint Jacques, considered by many to be the oldest street in Paris. An area that is home to Sorbonne University, you are perfectly nestled between the historic Panthéon and the lush Luxembourg Gardens. Take advantage of the Luxembourg studio -- a marvel of design, history, and the art of French living.
Covering an area of 323 sq ft, the Luxembourg opens to a charming living space with beautiful wooden beams across the ceiling. Equipped with a double bed and a convertible sofa bed, there is plenty of space for each guest. The living room's flat screen TV and internet access permits you to enjoy any fims or TV shows of your choice. The semi-separated kitchen is fully equipped, and the corner dining area seats 4 guests, providing a place to enjoy your meals at home. Modern and recently renovated, the bathroom is equipped with an elegant bathtub, a washbasin with mirror, and a toilet.
Long considered the oldest neighborhood in Paris, the 5th district is sure to please you with its multitude of cultural and historic sights. Along rue Saint Jacques, explore Sorbonne University, internationally recognized, as well as the Panthéon, a symbol of the greatest figures in France's colorful history. Stroll along the nearby Luxembourg Gardens or satisfy your cultural itch at the National Museum of Natural History or the Institute of the Arab World. Night owls will enjoy the festive bars and trendy bistros along boulevard Saint Michel and boulevard Saint-Germain. the Latin Quarter has several metro stations to transport you to other districts (métro Cluny La Sorbonne, line 10) although many of your excursions can be made by foot or by bike.