Superb 3 room apartment for 3 guests with 2 double bedrooms near Montmartre Paris 18th
Montmartre3 rooms76 m²
Apartment Le Damrémont
- Large 3 room apartment, 820 sq ft (76m2)
- Ideal for 6 with 2 double bedrooms and a fold-out couch
- Located on the 1st floor of a lovely building on rue Marcadet
- Steps from Butte Montmarte, Paris 18th arrondissement
If your vacation plans include a complete immersion in French culture, the 18th arrondissement is the spot for you! It is one of the most visited quarters of the French capital. Whether you are visiting Paris with family or with friends, this beautiful 3 room apartment is sure to surpass your expectations. The 1st floor apartment (no elevator) is located in a beautiful building on rue Marcadet, putting you in the middle of all the great attractions.
The 820 sq ft (76 m2) Le Damrémont apartment opens to a well-decorated living room. Following a day of visiting the city or attending meetings you can relax on the comfortable couch or explore the web for the next adventure using the wifi internet access. There is also flat screen TV. The dining area has a table with extra seating, and the kitchen is fully equipped for cooking meals at home. There are two bedrooms: one with a double bed and the second with two single beds. The fold out couch in the living room adds an extra sleeping surface, making the accommodation ideal for up to 6 people. In the bathroom there is a large shower as well as a double sink and toilet.
The 18th arrondissement was founded January 1, 1860 as a result of the unification of the Montmartre Commune and the La Chapelle Communes in Paris. The area houses some of the most representative attractions of Paris: Butte Montmartre with its basilica and panoramic view of the capital, Tertre square with its beautiful paintings, the Montmartre museum and the Dali museum. You can also find some of best night life in the city here. With option including the Moulin Rouge, Abbesses Theatre, L’Etoile du Nord and the Atelier theater you are sure to find one that suits your tastes. Easy access to public transportation (line 13 at Guy Moquet or line 12 at Lamarck-Caulaincourt and bus stops 80, 95, 31, 60...) means you can easily enjoy other areas of Paris.