About this listing
shops, cafes, and picturesque streets, each offering something for everyone, whether it is window shopping, dining, or art. Just 3 minutes from the Filles de Calvair or Republique metro, 2 mins walk to Rue de Bretagne ,sightseeing all of Paris is easy.
The heart of the Marais is yours to discover with many galleries, shops, cafes, and picturesque streets, each offering something for everyone, whether it is window shopping, dining, or art. Just 3 minutes from the Filles de Calvair or Republique metro, 2 mins walk to Rue de Bretagne ,sightseeing all of Paris is easy. You will be at home in your neighborhood with all types of food stores and numerous restaurants within walking distance. It's a 12 minute walk to the Pompidou Museum and an easy stroll to Place des Vosges.
This studio sleeps up to 2 adults and is new sofa bed , . It is conveniently located on the 5st European floor with an elevator and has 2 windows, great view of the Marrais.
This is a comfortable apartment for up to 2 adults, from which to explore Paris. It's in excellent condition and will ensure you a great
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Other Things to Note
Late arrival fee aft(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) €
Any delays without notice fees 10 € for each 30 mins
THIS IS A NON-SMOKING APARTMENT.
Be A Good Neighbor! Please remember that you are staying in private apartment in a residential building in very close proximity to full time residents for which this is their home. Your neighbors are not on vacation and may not be keeping your hours as they have a work schedule to maintain.
Out of respect for your neighbors, please follow these rules:
• Please do not slam the doors.
• When the windows are open, keep your voices down and do not play the TV or stereo at a high volume.
• Please talk quietly in the hallway and other common areas.
• Be careful that your suitcase does not bang into the walls when using the stairs.
• When going in or out, make sure you always close the doors of the building.
• Refrain from using the washer, dryer, vacuum cleaner, or dishwasher between 9 pm and 9 am.
In general, the French are quite particular about noise and privacy, especially in their homes. Please make every effort to respect your neighbor's privacy and tranquility. We thank you and your Parisian neighbors will thank you!