About this listing
Lots of light, no clutter. One bedroom apartment on the sixth floor (no elevator) under the roof of a building built in 1890. View of Parisian rooftops. Very lively and cosmopolitan neighborhood. Lots of gourmet shops, cool bistros and loads of amazing French restaurants (Bistro Paul Bert, Le Chardenoux, Le Vieux Chêne, L'Ébauchoir) between Bastille and Père Lachaise Cemetary, and a great bakery right across the street (La Patisserie by Cyril Lignac.) If you want the best (award-winning) morning pastries in the neighborhood I have another address for you. There is a great farmers' market—Marché d'Aligre—a few blocks away, the only Parisian farmers' market opened 6 days/week, with two organic produce food vendors. The Marché d'Aligre is comprised of a mini flea market and a covered market full of food vendors (poultry shops, butcher shops, cheesemongers, fishmongers, Italian deli... )
For those who like fashion there is a trendy area a few minutes away by foot.
Warm in the winter with on-demand radiators, and cool in the summer with the windows open and the East-West breeze blowing through the house.
Wifi/use of iMac.
Free unlimited calls to LANDLINES (not cell phones) in the USA.
Fully equipped kitchen:
Coffee-maker, toaster, kettle, De Dietrich gas stove with an electric oven, dishwasher, full-sized fridge.
Full bathroom with a washer and a dryer; towels are provided.
Full-sized bed and a sofa.
Bed linens are provided.
Close to metro lines 1, 8 & 9.
Nearest metro stations: Faidherbe-Chaligny (line 8) and Charonne (line 9), and a few more blocks away: Reuilly-Diderot (line 1)—which is direct to the Marais, the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, the Louvre museum, the Jardin des Tuileries and the Jeu de Paume museum, the Grand Palais and Petit Palais museums, and the Champs-Elysées.
Line 8 is direct to the Marais and the Opéra, and line 9 to the Grands Magasins (Paris' old department stores), the Trocadéro, the Musée d'Art Modern and Palais de Tokyo.
Bus 86: a beautiful ride that will take you to Bastille, Nôtre-Dame, the Latin quarter and Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
The Marais is also a 20/30min walk away.
Check-in time is 12pm(noon) but can be earlier. Check-out time is 11am, or later if the place isn't booked the next day. If there is a check-out and a check-in on the same day, people checking out must leave by 10am and people arriving can check in after 3pm.
Metro Line 8 & line 9
Bus 86 (will take you to St Germain-des-Prés):
Bus 69 (will take you to the Marais):
-No walking around in high heels (it's really obnoxious to the downstairs neighbors.)
-Do not use extra towels and/or bed linen (there is a washer and a dryer if you want to wash yours.)
-Guests must dispose of their trash when they leave, strip the bed and close the windows.
-Refrain from leaving buttery flakes or any greasy food on the floor, it stains the hardwood floors (our floor is starting to look a little bit like a leopard.)