About this listing
My apartment is located in the heart the area "le Marais", heart of paris. "It is a beautiful historic Part of Paris. The address is rue des Rosiers 75004 Paris. The Subway is Saint Paul (line 1)
-5 mm walking distance from Notre Dame, Ile Saint-Louis, Place des Vosges, Bastille, Centre de Georges Pompidou,
- 10mmwalking distance Latin Quarter, Châtelet (major train station with direct connection to both Paris airports).
- 2 min from metro st paul (Line 1) serving major tourist attractions, including Louvre, Tuileries, Champs Elyssee , Arc de Triomphe, Château Vincennes, etc
There are plenty of useful shops in the neighbourhood (4 supermarkets, bakery, butcher, wine shop, cafe , restaurant )
The apartment is 35m² and consists of two rooms (my bedroom and the living room) with a separate bathroom. The sofa unfolds to become a bed ; that is where you will be sleeping.
The kitchen is fully equipped with a new oven, microwave, fridge. Coffee and thea are free.
There is free wifi internet access.
All the household linen is supplied: bath towels, sheets. I do not charge any cleaning fees.
I speak english, so I can help you out with any linguistic difficulties. I'm always happy to advise you on places to go and things to do in Paris. I may be able to show you around in the evenings or at weekends.
I'm out at work during the day, so I'm not available then.
If you are nice, i can cook french food for you also :))
My apartment is on the four floor without a lift, so it is not accessible for wheelchair users or people with walking difficulties.
I am a smoker.
the first day when you will arrive if you arrive after 23 h00 I will charge all arrival at the appartment 10 euros. after midnight not possible
Washing machine is possible : 5 euros
If you want to leave after 11h00 ( check out time) i can keept your luggage for 5 euros.
Kitchen if you clean after cooking :))
Interaction with Guests
Having a drink or diner, visit paris with them etc...
For the last two decades the Marais is one of the hippest parts of the city, packed with modish hotels, vintage boutiques, restaurants and bars. But it's also prime territory for art lovers, with a vast concentration of art galleries (both small and important) and museums, more often than not set in aristocratic 18th-century mansions spared by Haussmann. Two of the most sumptuous hôtels particuliers, Hôtel Guénégaud and Hôtel Carnavalet, and fascinating Musée Carnavalet, which retraces Paris's history and aslo the new museum Picasso.
ligne 1 métro/subway st paul
PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION I WILL SEND YOU ABOUT THE ADRESS
AT HOME i expect cleanliness and respect :))
I expect you to treat the apartment as you would your own house :)
NO noise after 23:00 :)) and big light ( use the small one) after 23:00 .
NO friend at home