About this listing
Boulevard Saint-Germain, au coeur du Quartier Latin, à 5 min. de Notre-Dame, de l'ile saint-Louis, de la Sorbonne.
Commerces, restaurants, marché, cinémas, piscine à proximité immédiate. Tout le charme et l'attrait du Quartier Latin dans un secteur, près de la place Maubert, qui reste familial.
3 lignes de métro, 8 lignes d'autobus, liaisons faciles avec les 2 aéroports (Orly et Roissy-Charles de Gaulle) et les gares (Eurostar). Un emplacement idéal pour visiter Paris.
Appartement de 43 m2 au 2ième étage avec ascenseur dans un immeuble ancien, calme et refait à neuf.
Chambre, salon avec table basse convertible en table à dîner 8 personnes, cuisine, salle de bains avec baignoire.
Equipement complet : plaques à induction, micro-ondes, lave-linge, lave-vaissselle, télévision, lecteur CD et Blu-ray, Internet etc
Le salon est équipé d'un canapé convertible offrant une possibilité supplémentaire de couchage. Une cloison mobile peut isoler la chambre du salon.
The apartment in Paris, was in an excellent location. We were met by Jean-Louis friend and shown around the apartment, given instructions of how things worked, nearby attractions, restaurants, markets etc
We were left butter, milk, juice and a welcome bottle of wine- how delightful.
Everything we needed was provided.
An excellent base for Paris- close to public transport and all the main attractions in a wonderful environment.
We absolutely loved everything about this apartment and about our interactions with Jean-Louis. The apartment is charming, comfortable and in a great central location. Jean -Louis was very prompt and congenial in his communications with us. He had a bottle of wine and some food items waiting for us, and made us feel very welcome. Unfortunately he was called out of town before we arrived, so we were met by his delightful friend Manolo who was a very gracious host in his stead. We highly recommend this apartment.
Thanks Jean-Louis. We loved staying at your great apartment which is in such a good (email hidden) close to most attractions with many cafes, restaurants and shops within walking distance. The apartment was extremely comfortable and we had everything we needed plus extras and supplies for our use. Would love to stay again if we are in Paris.
Se vai a Paris, fique no apartamento do Jean! Super romantico, igual nas fotos e com tudo a seu dispor! Tudo planejado para nos oferecer a melhor estadia! Imagine que quando fizemos as malas para retornarmos, encontramos até "Durex". Localização ótima, 15 min a pé de Notre Dame, ônibus e taxi na porta. Metro próximo. Nos sentimos em casa.
Jean-Louis was very helpful showing us around the apartment and leaving food and wine. The apartment was perfect and just as shown in the on-line photos. And the location was perfect, close to Notre Dame and a grocery store. We loved his suggested restaurants. I would stay there the next time I am in Paris and highly recommend it.
We had a wonderful stay in Jean-Louis"s apartment and he was very helpful and friendly. He meet us at the apartment and explained where the best local cafes and grocery shops were located. The kitchen was already stocked with essentials plus eggs, juice, fruit and a bottle of wine.
The apartment was spacious, comfortable and quiet, and in a great location.
W can thoroughly recommend Jean-Louis and his apartment to future guests.
Jean Louis' apartment was even better than how it appeared in the photos. It was well equipped and easy to stay in. Jean Louis couldn't meet us but arranged for his friend to explain all the ins and outs of the apartment and the area. Jean Louis left us a bottle of wine , biscuits and other necessities. The position was perfect-on Rue Saint Germain, just a block from the Seine and 2 blocks from Notre Dame. It was lovely to stay in a group of apartments where locals arr going about their lives, and hearing children practicing piano and violin, and todlers calling for 'mamon'. We loved our stay, and would stay again. Thanks Jean Louis.
About the Host, Jean-Louis
Je suis un jeune retraité. J'ai longtemps travaillé dans le cinéma documentaire, comme enseignant à l'Université Paris 7 et comme réalisateur. Ceci m'a conduit à voyager et particulièrement en Amérique latine où j'ai famille et amis.
J'aime beaucoup cette phrase de André Breton parlant d'une de ses connaissances : "C'est un salaud, il ne rêve jamais".
Je vous accueille au coeur de ce Paris historique où toutes les rêveries sont possibles.