Stay in our lovely little studio, ideal for one or two , rue Coustou, two steps from rue Lepic and rue des Abbesses, (Amelie’s café in rue Lepic is 40 meters from the door.. )
The quarter is lively and very charming, touristy as well as authentic, bohemian and bourgeois, from small quiet streets with hidden typical Parisian cafés and restaurants to famous places like Amelie’s café “Les Deux Moulins”, Moulin Rouge, Sacre Coeur (the white church) with panoramic view, Place de Tertre ( the artists place), the Dali museum, Pigalle’s night-life… You’ll find traditional artisan shops next to fashion boutiques, young creators, art galleries..
Every weekend a big area (including rue Coustou ), becomes pedestrian, rue Lepic is transformed into a lovely market with fresh quality products, outdoor cafés, street musicians.
The apartment, 16 sq.m.( about 190sq.feet), includes a luminous room with a sofa-bed (2persons), table, chairs, shelves, dressing, large cupboards, kitchenette fully equipped with cooking plates, fridge, small oven, coffee maker, toaster, dishes and anything you need to cook, basic products (e.g. olive-oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, sugar) .
A bathroom with shower, , toilets, washbasin, shelves .
We provide clean linen and towels.
Phone ( free with a card) , INTERNET ADSL , television, DVD, hi-fi, vacuum-cleaner, iron, hairdryer.
The main room is very bright with 2 windows .
The studio is situated on 3rd floor, no elevator, in a secure Parisian building, with digicode and concierge. The apartment’s door has a high security lock.
Metro Blanche (line 2) is located 1min from the studio, and in 5minutes walk you reach line 12 (Abbesses and Pigalle) and 13 (Place de Clichy). Several bus-lines, including night-lines, are just as close. Easy access to go everywhere, in 15 minutes you can be at the Champs-Elysées, the Eiffel Tower or at Notre Dame. 10 min or less to Beaubourg, Les Halles (the centre), Galleries Lafayette, the Opera, Place Vendôme..
All commodities like post-office, money-change, bank, supermarket (8am – 23pm), bakery, grocery-shops, swimming-hall, cinema, pharmacy 24h etc are situated a couple of minutes walk from the apartment.
Don’t hesitate to contact us by mail for any question, availability, for further information or more photos. At place we’ll be happy to welcome you, and tip you about nice places to see, to eat, things to do, that is not necessarily mentioned in main-stream guides
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Extra people:||$11 / night after the first guest|
|Minimum Stay:||2 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$498 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$1495 /month|
|Check In:||2:00 PM|
|Check Out:||11:00 AM|
We really loved Pascals place. Great location ( 2 minutes away from the metro, the moulin rouge and any type of shop you can imagine). There is a bit of a hike up to the room (3 levels) but it was worth it. The room is so nicely decorated and has everything you need.
Pascal was really helpful and warm. Very quick to reply to any question. My only complaint was that the room sometimes smelt like smoke (probably coming from a neighboring room). We found that when you kept that bathroom door closed it wasn't so bad. It wasn't a huge problem for us, we still really loved the room.
Would definitely stay there again!
We just got back from a fantastic stay in Paris, and part of it was due to our great apartment in Montmarte. Definitely giving this five stars, and I think you will too as long as you know what you're getting.
The apartment: it's small but perfect for the price. We found the pull-out couch more comfortable than our own bed. It easily closed up to create more space, and we saved money with a pasta night or two cooking on the small stove. The bathroom is also small but more than adequate for what you need (though I wouldn't recommend the shower stall for anyone in the overweight or above categories). There's a TV, and the wireless worked perfectly.
But what you're really getting, more than just a bed, is the feeling of living in an actual apartment, rather than escaping to the safety of a hotel each night. As you climb the stairs, you'll hear other apartments around you, see people go off to work each day, and it'll feel like you're a resident just the same. In fact, someone mentioned an odor in the stairwell as a slight negative. That, my friend, is the smell of just about any youthful apartment building in Europe that I've been to, and man did it bring me back to the time I lived in Italy for six months. Only one note: I believe the person below the apartment is a smoker (big surprise, we're in France), and you'll occasionally get that smell in the room depending, I suppose, on whether he's smoking or not. I >HATE< the smell of cigarette smoke and I'm giving this five stars, so that shows you how much of an annoyance it was to me.
Location: Montmarte is a great place to go home to. Easily reachable by two subway lines, there's a laundromat directly across the street. Had I known that, I would have packed half as much stuff. There are two groceries a mere two blocks away, as well as some good take out places for those eat-in non-French-cuisine nights: sushi, rotisserie chicken, and a great pizza place. Also less than two blocks away is a Starbucks for those mornings when you just can't eat another croissant.
2 days more... and still perfect!
Always nice to stay there (third stay here), very well located, no complaint !
We had a wonderful time at Pascal's studio. The apartment is close to a nice bakery, a fruit/vegetable stand and a supermarket in addition to cafes, wine store, restaurants... everything you might need. It was also near a metro station, making it easy to get to other areas of Paris. We enjoyed coming home at the end of a day spent exploring the city and cooking dinner in Pascal's apartment. It was cozy and very tidy.
This flat was exactly as advertised: it's clean, very small, nicely outfitted, and in a busy part of town. Although we eneded up wishing we stayed in a quieter place, this is no one's fault but our own. The location is great as it is so close to the metro, there are many eateries and bars to choose from near the flat, laundry is right across the street, and the area is full of history and beauty. Pascal was a great host and available when we needed him. Great stay!
This is my second stay here, and always nice !
The apartment was small but very nice, and very conveniently located around the corner from the Moulin Rouge and Blanche metro station. The apartment was perfect for 2 people, and contained everything we needed and more: kitchen, cooking and eating supplies, kettle, fridge, television with cable, telephone with international calling, clean washroom with shower, and a pull-out couch that was very comfortable. I would definitely recommend this apartment to anyone considering it. It was really great to be able to come back each night to our own lovely space. Thank you!!
The studio is in a nice an lively neighborhood. Shops, metro, restaurants are all close by. You can go anywhere in Paris quite quickly.
Be prepared, though, that the studio is quite small (as everything in Paris). At times the street is a bit noisy as there is a weird bar downstairs. The house itself is a bit smelly (not the studio but it is an old building so it's hard to keep the smell from getting into your room). For a short period that probably is not such a big deal but if you stay for longer and you are a non-smoker you might find it a bit annoying. Cleanliness was OK.
Other than that, the studio has everything you need for cooking, a good bed and its pretty light (2 windows). There is a laundromat right in front of the building. Pascal was always helpful.
The kitchen had all the tools we needed to cook our meals and the location was PERFECT. The apartment is a ten second walk to the metro station, just around the corner from the café from the film Amelie, very near the Sacré Coeur, and there are grocery stores in the neighborhood too. For the Americans who need their Starbucks, there is one right around the corner! Overall, our stay was perfect!
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