Magnificent designer studio on rue Sainte Anne across from the Louvre, Paris 1st
Palais Royal, Opéra1 room16 m²
Apartment Le Sainte Anne
- Superb modern studio apartment, recently remodeled, 172 sq ft (16 m2)
- Ideal for 1 or 2 guests with a double bed
- 4th floor with elevator in a posh building on rue Sainte Anne
- Across from Palais Royal and the Louvre museum, Paris 1st arrondissement
Immerse yourself in the historic French capital with a stay in this fabulous modern studio that was recently remodeled for extra comfort. Located on the 4th floor (w eleator) of a bourgeois building on rue Sainte Anne, the apartment is ideal for one to two guests. As an added bonus you will find yourself across from the Palais Royal in the 1st arrondissement of Paris.
The 172 sq ft (16 m2) Le Sainte Anne studio has been fully optimised to allow for comfort and convenience during your monthly stays. The main room converts quickly and easily from a relaxing living room with a fold-out couch and television to a cozy bedroom area with a comfortable 5' 3" bed. The kitchenette is decorated in soothing green tones. It is fully equipped for at-home cooking and you can enjoy your meals in the dining area. In the bathroom you will find a tiled bath/shower combination and lovely sink.
The 1st arrondissement of Paris is truly the center of the French capital. This area is the place where the French monarchy was born, and it was also a hub for some of the leaders of the philisophical movement referred to as "des Lumières" including Helvétius, Rousseau, Molière, Diderot, Beaumarchais and Musset. Here you have the advantage of being surrounded by some of the oldest Parisian cultural spots, yet also many of the modern additions to the city. Within a short walking distance you will find favorite historic attractions including Sainte-Chapelle, Saint-Eustache, the Louvre, Tuileries and Palais-Royal. Should you wish to visit other districts of the Paris you can easily do so by taking one of the metros near your apartment (Pyramides, lines 7 and 14, Palais Royal Musée du Louvre, lines 1 and 7 or Bourse, line 3).