Spacious studio apartment for 3 guests on rue Vielle du Temple in the Marais, Paris 4th
Marais2 rooms40 m²
Apartment Saint Paul
- Spacious studio apartment extending 430 sq ft, with an exceptional sunlit balcony
- Comfortably accommodates 3 guests, equipped with a double bedroom and convertible sofa bed
- Situated on the 5th floor of a modern building (without elevator) on rue Vieille du Temple
- In the heart of the spirited Marais, just two steps from metro stations St Paul and Hotel de Ville
Experience the quirky, elegant, and festive spirit of the Marais as you stay in this splendid apartment situated on the rue Vielle du Temple, in one of Paris' most lively neighborhoods. Situated on the 5th floor of a beautiful building (without elevator access), climb the stairs and enter paradise in this spacious studio apartment, ideal for the comfortable stay of 3 guests.
Covering an area of 430 sq ft, the Saint Paul exposes a lovely and modern living room, illuminated by the sun thanks to 3 floor length windows. Adjacent to the living room you will find a fully equipped, American style kitchen and elegant dining table, perfect for dining at home. Suitable for 3 guests, the apartment has a double bedroom decorated in the spirit of a ship's cabin and a convertible sofa bed, all refinely furnished to make your Parisian journey pleasant. Recently renovated, the apartment has retained its authenticity with antique parquet floors and a warm balcony, perfect for eating breakfast under the warm Parisian sun. A beautiful bathroom with a shower that mimicks the downpour of tropical rain completes your luxury experience.
Rich in history, fashion, art, and gourmet cuisine, the Marais is a true reflection of Parisian culture, having formerly been the residence of Parisian nobility. All of your exploring can be done by foot. You are completely enveloped in attractions such as the Picasso Museum, the Place des Vosges, the Cirque d'Hiver, the National Archivers, Centre Pompidou, the Jewish quarter, the Hôtel de Ville, rue de Rivoli, Quais de Seine, Notre Dame and the Carnavalet museum. Well served by several modes of public transport (métro Saint Paul or Hôtel de Ville, lines 1 and 11) visit other monuments in Paris districts, near and far, with ease.