Marais at Arts et Metiers for Up to 4 Guests

From $156 / night

Description from the manager

  • Apartment
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Apt. / Condo

Marais at Arts et Metiers for Up to 4 Guests



Located on the 3rd floor (French) of a 19th Century building constructed in 1830, this apartment measures 40sqm (or 430sqft) and offers quiet, charm, comfort and lots of natural light. A complete renovation was achieved in July 2010 with the assistance of a local young talented architect and interior designer, Romain Dard. The common areas of the building have also undergone a renovation with an eye to preserving original design and beauty. Ideally southwest oriented, the apartment enjoys full natural light all day long. The main room measures 25sqm (270sqft) and consists of a living area, dining area and ...Read more

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Marais at Arts et Metiers for Up to 4 Guests
Paris, Ile-de-France (Paris Region), France

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The 3rd arrondissement has become in the past several years one of the preferred areas of Paris for residents of the Capital as well as visitors in the "know". As the 4th arrondissement has become increasingly saturated with chic and expensive boutiques and restaurants from the Place des Vosges to the very exclusive Ile de la Cite, the 3rd has come into it's own. Bordered by great boulevards on its northern eastern and western boundaries, the atmosphere of the old Marais still dominates here with its array of narrow cobbled streets. Restaurants and cafes, markets and boutques in this district are more reflective of a true Parisian life style than are other more frequented areas. That's not to say that the 3rd is lacking in major sites of interest, some of which include the Archives Nationales, the Carnavalet Museum, the Conservatoire des Arts et Metiers and the Picasso Museum. Food shopping streets also abound such as the rue de Bretagne with it's well known open market of Les Enfants Rouges and the rue Rambouteau, while the famed rue Montorgueil is not far away. Art galleries have also established themselves here in force and on particular nights of the week one can take in the contemporary art scene sampling one gallery's exhibition after another while enjoying wine and champagne during the frequent vernissages or "openings" which take place within the 3rd arrondissement.



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